Commonwealth Cup Tips & Predictions

DateFriday June 22, 2019
TrackRoyal Ascot
Distance1200m (6 furlongs)
ClassGroup 1
Race TypeSet weights

{Two of the three races have been won by favourites.}

The Commonwealth Cup has been in existence since 2015 but is quickly becoming one of the popular Group 1 races during the Royal Ascot festival.

Commonwealth Cup day betting card 2019

Day 4 of the carnival features two Group 1 races and two Group 2's.

The other Group 1 is the Coronation Stakes, which is a three-year-old race for the fillies.

Race No.
Race Name
1Albany Stakes
2King Edward VII Stakes
3Commonwealth Cup
4Coronation Stakes
5Sandringham Stakes
6Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

Commonwealth Cup betting selections & tips

We have 2019 Commonwealth Cup Tips available for the Day Four feature at Royal Ascot.

Commonwealth Cup history

The Commonwealth Cup was only introduced in 2015 so there isn't the same history attributed to it as the other Royal Ascot Group 1 races.

It's the only Group 1 race in Britain for three-year-olds that allows geldings and it's one of the main features on Day 4 of the Ascot festival.

The Commonwealth Cup was introduced due to programme changes to the sprinting calendar in Europe.

The Buckingham Palace Stakes made way for the Commonwealth Cup, which has proven to be a good move. Three quality runners have taken it out to date and it will continue to grow in popularity.

Muhaarar won in 2015 before Quiet Reflection and Caravaggio followed suit in 2016 and 2017.

Commonwealth Cup betting guide

Caravaggio was a popular winner in 2017 when winning at odds of 5/6.

The Aidan O'Brien-trained three-year-old held off some fast-finishing types to record one of its most famous successes.

Harry Angel and Blue Point also featured in the field and they finished in the placings behind Caravaggio.

Quiet Reflection returned odds of 7/4 when winning in 2016.

Quiet Reflection won in similar fashion to Caravaggio in holding off 14/1 shot Kachy and 8/1 chance Washington DC.

The inaugural running saw the biggest field line up and the Charles Hillis-trained Muhaarar scored the biggest win to date.

Muhaarar stormed clear down the straight to score by just under four lengths over Limato and Anthem Alexander.

Commonwealth Cup winners

Race Winner
2016Quiet Reflection