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Of all the virtues needed by a racehorse trainer, patience is arguably the most desirable. Time and time again Sir Michael Stoute has shown he has it in spades, with the latest demonstration at Royal Ascot yesterday as Telescope produced a solo tour de force to take the Hardwicke Stakes by seven lengths.

Rizeena, ridden by Ryan Moore (second left), comes up the rail to win the Coronation Stakes at Ascot yesterday

Slade Power can secure Lynam dominance in week’s sprint honours

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Royal Ascot 2014: Euro Charline can turn tables in fillies’ test

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Lord and Lady Webber with The Fugue, winner of the Prince Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot

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Royal Ascot 2014: Aidan O’Brien can shine Light again on Gold Cup

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