#sports activities Debutant Joanna Mason tipped to land prime jockey gong in Ascot’s Shergar Cup
Debutant Joanna Mason is tipped to land prime jockey gong in Ascot’s Shergar Cup… with 32-year-old a part of Ladies squad who’ve gained three of the final six editions of workforce occasion
- A debutant has been tipped to land the Silver Saddle gong within the Shergar Cup
- Joanna Mason, 32, is making her first foray into the workforce occasion held at Ascot
- She is a part of the Ladies workforce which has gained three of the final six editions
Joanna Mason is the 7-2 favorite with Coral to land the Silver Saddle for the main jockey within the Shergar Cup at Ascot on her first shot on the competitors.
Mason, 32, is a part of the Ladies workforce which has gained three of the final six editions of the jockey workforce occasion alongside Hayley Turner, Nicola Currie and Emma-Jayne Wilson, who’s participating for the seventh time.
Mason’s mounts embody Amanzoe (1.00), the shortest-priced favorite on the cardboard, Berkshire Breeze (4.30) and Admiral D (5.05).
Shergar Cup debutant Joanna Mason has been tipped to land the highest jockey gong at Ascot
Frankie Dettori, who hasn’t ridden on the Shergar Cup for six years, returns to captain a European workforce which additionally contains Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe-winning rider Rene Piechulek, nine-time Spanish champion jockey Jose-Luis Martinez and Italian Antonio Fresu.
The Rest of the World workforce is captained by Frenchman Christophe Lemaire, prime jockey in Japan for the final 5 years, Takeshi Yokoyama, from Japan, Australian Kerrin McEvoy, and New Zealander Jason Collett.
Jockeys are awarded factors relying on their ending place with 15, 10, 7, 5 and three to the primary 5 house.
Mason (pictured in purple) is forming a part of the Ladies squad for the Shergar Cup workforce occasion
Richard Fahey-trained Perfect Power will bid to bounce again from a below-par run within the July Cup at Newmarket when he spearheads a powerful British problem for the Group One Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville on Sunday.
Christophe Soumillon’s mount, the Commonwealth Cup winner at Royal Ascot, did not land a blow when seventh at Newmarket.
The raiding celebration additionally contains Charlie Appleby-trained Naval Crown, winner of the Platinum Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.