LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Ascot witnessed its biggest-priced winner as 150-1 shot Nando Parrado won the Coventry Stakes on Saturday.
Trained by Clive Cox, Nando Parrado was steered home by jockey Adam Kirby.
“The price was a shock. He is a proper horse and we loved him from the start,” Cox said.
The previous record was set in 1990 when 100-1 outsider Fox Chapel won the Britannia Stakes. Flashmans Papers was also a 100-1 shot when winning at the iconic meeting in 2008.
Frankie Dettori landed a 150-1 treble to finish Royal Ascot, this year run without spectators, as the leading rider.
Reporting by Martyn Herman; Editing by Toby Davis