'Feel sorry for commentator!' – Royal Ascot viewers left in hysterics with VERY X-rated named horses in Albany Stakes | The Sun

ROYAL ASCOT punters are eagerly anticipating a fourth day's action from the famous course, but racing commentators might not be.

Temperatures set to reach a sizzling 31C today, although it may be the pronunciation of some of the horses that has commentators sweating.

Especially in Friday's opener, the Albany Stakes, scheduled for 2.30pm.

The six-furlong affair is not short of hilariously X-rated named entries.

None of them more so than Frankie Dettori's mount, the two-year old filly Fully Wet.

After an unfortunate day yesterday Dettori, writing exclusively for The Sun, said Fully Wet will suit the faster ground at the course.

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Fellow two-year-old filly Lady Bullet is another entry that has raised some eyebrows.

Shes Hot and Beautiful Eyes are also set to contest Friday's opener, with the names of the runners a much discussed topic on social media.

One wrote on Twitter: "That Albany line up has a lot of dubious names."

Another joked: "Lady Bullet and Fully Wet both running in the 14:30 at Ascot today… Wish I was the commentator!!"

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Then later on in the day the likes of Ladies Church and Romantic Time are sure to leave punters with a smile on their faces.

The soaring temperatures expected at the iconic racecourse today mean the strict dress code has been relaxed.

Racegoers are permitted to removes all hats, ties and jackets, but only AFTER the Royal Procession at 2pm.

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