Originally from Colts Neck in New Jersey, Rachel spent six years working in betting PR at Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby, before moving to the UK in 2011. She now works for Racing TV as an international racing analyst.
Wesley Ward has said that this is one of his strongest ever teams that he has brought to Royal Ascot and Anna’s Fast is one of the talking horses back in the states.
The manner of his last run screamed that the extra distance of this race will definitely be advantageous, as well as the long, uphill straight, and it is interesting to note that Joseph O’Brien has jocked up Royal Ascot veteran Jamie Spencer.
Trainer Andre Fabre rarely brings a horse to Royal Ascot that does not have a massive chance. In fact, he has only run one horse in this race in the past 10 years and that was Byword who won the Prince of Wales’s in 2010.
A return to the all-weather here against fillies only, with three-times winning jockey David Egan back aboard, Eden Rose has a great shout to outstay her rivals in a race where there is a lot of pace on paper.