Shamexpress may not be the only Australian heading to Royal Ascot.

Shamexpress may not be the only Australian heading to Royal Ascot, reports Racing Network News. While the Danny O'Brien trained Newmarket Handicap winner is booked to leave for England on June 5, it now seems that Sea Siren will also be a Royal Ascot runner. Sea Siren, now owned by Coolmore, has been targeted at the Golden Jubilee, the race that Black Caviar won last year. While John O'Shea will prepare Sea Siren for the Golden Jubilee, Aidan O'Brien will take charge of the training after Royal Ascot. And, there is a chance that Doomben 10,000 winner Epaulette could also be headed to the UK, possibly for Royal Ascot. Much will depend on what weight Epaulette is given tomorrow when the handicaps are released for the $1 million Stradbroke HandicapTrainer Peter Snowden said he would be against running Epaulette if the three-year-old was given a "ridiculous" weight and said that the Royal Ascot five-day carnival may be a consideration. Snowden described 56 or 57 kg would fall into the "ridiculous" category. 

Trainer Cody Morgan will face Tamworth Court tomorrow along with another man over last month’s Tamworth Cup. Morgan and a 47-year-old man were charged on May 12 with administering a horse with a performance substance before it won the Tamworth Cup. The Morgan-trained Prussian Magic won the $65,000 Tamworth Cup on April 28. Morgan and the other man were arrested as they were floating Prussian Magic to the Gunnedah Cup on May 12. They are the first to be charged with conduct corrupting the betting outcome of an event and using corrupt information to bet on the race.