Next Saturday sees the running of two Group 3 events at Ascot, as the build up to the TABtouch Masters continues.

The Group 3 Prince Of Wales Stakes (1000m) is expected to bring together a similar field to the Crawford Stakes a fortnight ago. A key addition is Roma Cup winner Money Matters, with Shaun O’Donnell to ride. The field size is expected to grow for the Colonel Reeves on November 13 with the likes of Wilchino, Iseered Iseered and Red Can Man all a chance to head that way.

Indian Pacific – Rider TBC

Flirtini – J Azzopardi

Rock Magic – C Johnston-Porter

Money Matters – S O’Donnell

Carocapo – J Brown

Stageman – W Pike

Mervyn – Rider TBC

Elite Street – B Rawiller

River Beau TBC –J Whiting

River Beau may head to a 72+ 1000m event on the same day, which could also feature Miss Conteki and Plutocracy. Neville Parnham will wait until early in the week to confirm jockey bookings for his representatives in both features.

WATCH – Last year’s Prince Of Wales Stakes

The Group 3 Asian Beau Stakes (1400m) is likely to be a fascinating clash between three of Western Australia’s progressive gallopers in Western Empire, Notorious One and Kissonallforcheeks. The likes of Kay Cee, Watch Me Dance, Valour Road, Dance Music, Massimo and Regal Power will likely wait for the Lee Steere Stakes on November 6.

Naughty By Nature TBC – Rider TBC

Bam’s On Fire – Rider TBC

Platoon – Rider TBC

Notorious One – B Parnham

The Fugazi – Rider TBC

Western Empire – W Pike

Kissonallforcheeks – C Johnston-Porter

Last Of The Line TBC – R Hill

Last Of The Line and Naughty By Nature are both expected to be in the nominations come Tuesday at 3pm. Jason Miller is weighing up the option of waiting for the Lee Steere, while Last Of The Line could still head straight to the Railway Stakes.

WATCH – Last year’s Asian Beau Stakes

Tim Walker

Image – Western Racepix