Watford youth player Reece Miller suspended after allegedly being involved in Royal Ascot 10-man brawl

26 Jun

Watford have suspended one of their players amid allegations he was involved in a 10-man brawl at Royal Ascot.

The Hornets made the decision to suspended academy player Reece Miller upon seeing video footage of the fight, the club confirmed in a statement to The Sun.

Miller is described on Watford’s website as a ‘strong and powerful centre-forward’

“We are treating this matter with the utmost seriousness” a Watford spokesperson said. “The club will not tolerate any behaviour which tarnishes its image and a full disciplinary investigation is now in process.

“As soon as the footage was brought to the club’s attention, an immediate decision was taken to suspend the player.

“He will now face an inquiry with all disciplinary options available to the club. There will be no further comment until the investigation is completed.”

Miller, a third-year academy striker, was allegedly part of the fight which broke out at the race meet last Friday as the Queen watched her horses nearby.

A video of the brawl was widely shared online, and Miller is understood to be wearing a pinstripe suit and a flat cap in the footage.

Miller is believed to be the above figure, wearing a pinstripe suit

He was also caught on camera posing with The Sun’s coverage of the brawl, with one of the youngster’s friends admitting his disgust at such actions.

“I thought the fact they were posing about it after was pretty disgusting,” said Miller’s friend.

“There were women in the video and Ascot is a family event and I saw one was KO’d.

“I thought it was disgusting and embarrassing.

“I just thought, ‘imagine if that was my Mum or sister’ and they were all trying to show who was the bigger man. It was a bit embarrassing really. It’s not the first time there’s been violence like this at Ascot.”

Royal Ascot 2019 betting tips: Seven outsiders to back at showpiece event including 40/1 long shot

18 Jun

The 2019 edition of Royal Ascot is set to begin as fans across the country ready their betting slips.

Each year, thousands put their faith in the runners and riders taking to the prestigious Berkshire racecourse for the famous event.

Royal Ascot 2019 betting tips: Five outsiders to back at showpiece event

While some will be looking to the favourites and how best to make some cash this week, others will head to the other end of the betting odds as they strive to secure a big win.

We’ve studied the form, trawled through the papers and listened to some of the best tipsters around to try and find some good value each-way bets for the five-day event.

Here are seven long shots we have come up with…


2.30: One Master – 25/1

4.20: Fox Champion – 25-1

5.20: First Nation – 14/1


2.30 Flippa The Strippa – 16/1

5.00 Chilean – 40/1


4.20 Thomas Hobson – 25/1


3.40 Rumble Inthejungle – 25/1

*Odds supplied by BetVictor and correct as of Tuesday morning

talkSPORT 2 will be your home for all the horse racing drama from Royal Ascot, with live commentary of EVERY race this week

Royal Ascot 2019 Day Four LIVE: Commentary of every race on talkSPORT and live updates from horse racing showpiece

18 Jun

It’s Friday at Royal Ascot 2019 and talkSPORT 2 will be your home for all the horse racing drama from the prestigious event.

The runners and riders will take to the famous track in Berkshire for five days of excitement in the traditional June meeting.

talkSPORT will be your home for all the drama from Royal Ascot 2019

Thousands of fans will descend on the stunning grandstand to enjoy the action and we’ll be keeping across it all.

talkSPORT 2 will have live commentary from Royal Ascot on every day of the festival.

Our coverage will begin at 2pm on each day and will take in ALL the races plus the breaking stories and reaction as it happens.

Lee McKenzie and Rupert Bell will be on hand with their expert view alongside our commentaries and to tune in just click here for the live stream or the radio player below.


2:30 – The Albany Stakes (Group 3)

3:05 – The King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2)

3:40 – The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1)

4:20 – The Coronation Stakes (Group 1)

5:00 – The Sandringham Stakes (Listed) (Handicap)

5:35 – The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap)

Royal Ascot 2019 betting tips: Who to back on Day One – Super Computer predicts winner of every race

18 Jun

Royal Ascot 2019 starts today as the runners and riders set to compete around the famous Berkshire racecourse.

Ascot is always a highlight of the racing calendar, bringing prestige and glamour at the traditional June meeting.

Royal Ascot 2019 betting tips: Who to back on Day One and rest of the festival

The showpiece event dates back to 1911 and sees the royal family take attendance along with thousands of race fans each and every year.

So with day one upon us, who should you stick a tenner on and who could make you some money?

talkSPORT has got its famous Super Computer out to give you the top tips for Tuesday’s races at Royal Ascot 2019.


2.30: BARNEY ROY – 6/1

3.05: GUILDSMAN – 6/1

3.40: BATTAASH – 2/1

4.20: PHOENIX OF SPAIN – 9/4

5.00: BATTS ROCK – 12/1 

5.35: ELARQAM – 5/1

*Odds supplied by Coral and may have changed since Tuesday morning

Royal Ascot 2019 results: Schedule, start times and winners for every race at the showpiece event

17 Jun

Royal Ascot is here again as the historic racecourse in Berkshire prepares for a week of high class racing.

The meeting is one of the most prestigious horse racing events of the year with the royal family set to be in attendance.

Royal Ascot 2019 results: Day by day schedule and winners of horse racing showpiece

There will be five days of high quality drama to be had starting with Tuesday’s Queen Anne Stakes and finishing on Saturday with The Queen Alexandra Stakes.

Here is every race run at Royal Ascot this week and all the winners.

Tuesday, June 18

  • 2:30 – The Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1) – Lord Glitters 14/1
  • 3:05 – The Coventry Stakes (Group 2) – Arizona 15/8 Fav
  • 3:40 – The King’s Stand Stakes (Group 1) – Blue Point 5/2
  • 4:20 – The St James’s Palace Stakes (Group 1) – Circus Maximus 10/1
  • 5:00 – The Ascot Stakes (Handicap) – The Grand Visir 12/1
  • 5:35 – The Wolferton Rated Stakes (Listed) – Addeybb 5/1

Wednesday, June 19

  • 2:30 – The Queen Mary Stakes (Group 2) – Raffle Prize 18/1
  • 3:05 – The Queen’s Vase (Group 2) – Dashing Willoughby 6/1
  • 3:40 – The Duke of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2) – Crystal Ocean 3/1
  • 4:20 – The Prince of Wales’s Stakes (Group 1) – Move Swiftly 9/1
  • 5:00 – The Royal Hunt Cup (Heritage Handicap) – Afaak 20/1
  • 5:35 – The Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed) – Southern Hills 7/1
Who will be the big winners at Royal Ascot?

Thursday, June 20

  • 2:30 – The Norfolk Stakes (Group 2) – A’ali 5/1
  • 3:05 – The Hampton Court Stakes (Group 3) – Sangarius 13/2
  • 3:40 – The Ribblesdale Stakes (Group 2) – Star Catcher 4/1
  • 4:20 – The Gold Cup (Group 1) – Stradivarius Evens Fav
  • 5:00 – The Britannia Stakes (Heritage Handicap) – Biometric 28/1
  • 5:35 – The King George V Stakes (Handicap) – South Pacific 22/1

Friday, June 21

  • 2:30 – The Albany Stakes (Group 3)
  • 3:05 – The King Edward VII Stakes (Group 2)
  • 3:40 – The Commonwealth Cup (Group 1)
  • 4:20 – The Coronation Stakes (Group 1)
  • 5:00 – The Sandringham Stakes (Listed) (Handicap)
  • 5:35 – The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap)

Saturday, June 22

  • 2:30 – The Chesham Stakes (Listed)
  • 3:05 – The Jersey Stakes (Group 3)
  • 3:40 – The Hardwicke Stakes (Group 2)
  • 4:20 – The Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Group 1)
  • 5:00 – The Wokingham Stakes (Heritage Handicap)
  • 5:35 – The Queen Alexandra Stakes (Conditions)