Dainty Tess (yellow and light blue colours) won the 2017 Prince of Wales Stakes at Ascot Racecourse
Dainty Tess is the defending TABtouch-Prince of Wales Stakes champion and, from reviewing Punting Form's data, the Daniel Morton-trained mare looks well suited by Saturday's latest edition of the Group Three sprint over 1,000 metres.
Never lower than her third in 10 starts over 1,000m at Ascot Racecourse, super swooper Dainty Tess maps to advantage in the TABtouch-Prince of Wales Stakes with several on-speed gallopers among the acceptances. Only Caipirinha boasts a higher Punting Form rating over 1,000m than Dainty Tess but, unfortunately for connections of the Simon Miller-trained mare, she has not run well for quite some time, including when seventh behind Dainty Tess in the RS Crawford Stakes over the same course and distance two weeks ago.
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