Here we tell the tales of how those 10 horses became the biggest odds to win at Royal Ascot - well since they began recording betting in the 1970s and 80s.Royal Ascot Winners with Longest OddsHORSEODDSJOCKEYYEARFox Chapel100/1Gary Hind1990Flashmans Papers100/1Steve Drowne2008Amfortas66/1Brett Doyle1996Cosmic Sun66/1Paul Hanagan2009Night Of Wind50/1Bruce Raymond1983Jacamar50/1Bruce Raymond1988Pontenuovo50/1Gary Bardwell1990Assatis50/1Ray Cochrane1990Lucayan Prince50/1Richard Hughes1996Nijoom Dubai50/1Jamie Spencer2007

Nijoom Dubai - 2007 Albany Stakes - Royal Ascot's two-year-old races are notoriously tricky to predict, with big fields and little form to go on.

Lucayan Prince - 1996 Jersey Stakes - Trained by David Loder, Lucayan Prince seemed to be failing to build on a solid juvenile campaign, blinkers even applied to the three-year-old after disappointment in his first Group race.

He was chased home by fellow 50/1 chance Ile De Nisky, the 4/5 favourite Old Vic only third.

Pontenuovo - 1990 Royal Hunt Cup - Though a cavalry charge full to the brim at 32 runners, Pontenuovo remains the biggest-priced winner of the infamous Royal Hunt Cup.

A maiden until winning a claimer two starts earlier, the David Elsworth-trained winner got in off 7st 7lb and made all the running for jockey Gary Bardwell.

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