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SCOPING OUT ASCOT

Ascot's midsummer highlight, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, is shaping up be to a top class renewal. Ante-post favourite is Royal Ascot victor Telescope, whose profile has shades of Harbinger, an 11-length winner of the race in 2010.

With Oaks winner Taghrooda, Breeders' Cup winner Magician, Eclipse winner Mukhadram and King Edward VII winner Eagle Top all being aimed at the race it looks worthy of the fabled roll of honour.

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Ferguson mulls Galway raid

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