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There was a first Royal Ascot triumph for an offspring of the legendary racehorse Frankel as Atty Persse won the King George V Stakes .
Atty Persse (7-1), named after a former British champion trainer, was ridden superbly by young jockey Kieran Shoemark for trainer Roger Charlton.
It was a fifth win of the week for Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin team who enjoyed a 1-2 in this race, with First Nation finishing second.
Frankel triumphed in all 14 of his races during a stellar career, including two victories at Royal Ascot.
He won his final contest at the Berkshire course in October 2012 before being retired for a breeding career.Copyright: PA
1 Atty Persse 7-1
2 First Nation 8-1
3 Bear Valley 20-1
4 Drochaid 14-1
Also: 4-1 Fav Master Singer
Plenty look to have chances in the final race on Ladies Day - the King George V Stakes (17:35 BST).
Atty Persse, trained by Roger Charlton, and the John Gosden pair of Master Singer and Tartini are among leading hopes, while Majoris - a son of Frankel - runs for Hugo Palmer.
Mark Johnston has three contenders - Sofia's Rock, Mister Manduro and Bear Valley,
You can check out the racecard and results on the BBC Sport website.
We'll let you decide.
In our eyes, they are all worthy of a prize - even the ones which actually look like prizes.Copyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
Jockey Jamie Spencer secured his second win of Royal Ascot 2017 as he won the Britannia Stakes on 25-1 chance Bless Him.
Bless Him, trained by David Simcock, beat runner-up Ronald R whose trainer Michael Bell had earlier won the Gold Cup with Big Orange.
1 Bless Him 25-1
2 Ronald R 16-1
3 Tricorn 14-1
4 Indian Dandy 25-1
Also: 11-2 Fav Son Of The Stars
The Queen, who has enjoyed 23 Royal Ascot winners as a racehorse owner, has her first runner of the week on Ladies Day.
Maths Prize, trained by Roger Charlton, represents Her Majesty in the Britannia Stakes (17:00 BST).
A 14-1 chance, the Queen may have better chances later in the meeting, with Dartmouth bidding to win the Hardwicke Stakes for the second year running on Saturday.
Big Orange pipped last year's victor Order of St George in an epic finish to win the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot.
The 5-1 winner, ridden by James Doyle for trainer Michael Bell, held on for a memorable triumph after a gripping battle in the final furlong.
Order Of St George, under Ryan Moore, kept on closing but the 5-6 favourite just failed to give trainer Aidan O'Brien an eighth win in the race.
The 33-1 chance Harbour Law was back in third.
1 Big Orange 5-1
2 Order Of St George 5-6 Fav
3 Harbour Law 33-1
Also: 50-1 She Is No Lady 4th
BBC horse racing correspondent at Ascot
Now that the Aidan O'Brien Royal Ascot 2017 bandwagon is rolling, there will be a groundswell of support around Order Of St George, to be ridden by Ryan Moore, in the Gold Cup (16:20 BST).
Like so many horses trained by O'Brien for the Coolmore operation, this is a son of super stallion Galileo and really impressed this day 12 months ago.
However, he also came to Ascot last autumn and finished fourth. All three horses in front of him that day are due here this afternoon as is the redoubtable stayer Big Orange, plus Torcedor who defeated Big Orange at home in Ireland in April.
While some of us are hard at work, others are enjoying a lazy afternoon on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot..Copyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images
The Gold Cup at 16:20 is the big race on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot and you can get a bird's eye view of the course by clicking on the link below.
Coronet swooped late under Olivier Peslier to win the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot for trainer John Gosden.
The Sky Is Blazing had blazed a trail, opening a big lead early in the race, but his rivals pounced in the closing stages.
Hertford Dancer, who finished third, mounted a challenge before favourite Mori looked set to be the first offspring of legendary racehorse Frankel to win at the meeting
But he came second after being overhauled by the grey Coronet (9-1).Copyright: Getty Images
1 Coronet 9-1
2 Mori 2-1 Fav
3 Hertford Dancer 16-1
Also: 40-1 Rich Legacy 4th
Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien won the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot with Even Song last year and bids to follow up with Alluringly this time (15:40 BST).
Mori, a son of the legendary racehorse Frankel, represents Sir Michael Stoute who needs one more winner to become the meeting's all-time leading trainer.Copyright: Getty Images
The winner of the 17:00 Britannia Handicap will get the glory, the prize money and a handshake from Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong.
He is one of the celebrities giving prizes on the podium today.
Also awarding the winners today are Olympian Greg Rutherford; comedian Miranda; and of course Her Majesty the Queen, who will be congratulating the winner of the Gold Cup.