Horse racing: Trainer Graham Motion said Miss Temple City, winner of the Hilltop Stakes on May 15 at Pimlico Race Course, is on schedule to ship to England for the June 19 Coronation Cup at Royal Ascot. "I've always wanted another opportunity to go back over there," said Motion, who saddled Kentucky Derby and Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom to an 11th-place finish at Royal Ascot in 2013 in the Queen Anne Stakes. "I love the fact she can go over there and run against 3-year-olds and not open company, which is hard to do. I like that she can run against 3-year-olds, go a mile, which we know she can do, and she's a filly who has never run on Lasix and that's a big fact, too." Miss Temple City, who won the Hilltop by 23/4 lengths, finished third in the Sweetest Chant at Gulfstream in January and second in the Appalachian at Keeneland in April. Motion said he's also looking forward to running at Royal Ascot because he won't have to run against Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf and Appalachian winner Lady Eli, who "looks awfully good, and if [Miss Temple City] stays here she has to run with her." Motion said he'll likely work Miss Temple City at Fair Hill once before leaving. ... Henry S. Clark Stakes winner Talk Show Man will likely have his first work this weekend since finishing 11th in the Grade 2 Longines Dixie Stakes on Preakness Day. The Maryland-bred son of Great Notion, who won the Maryland Million Turf Stakes last year, prompted the pace in the Dixie before fading down the stretch. Smith said he's looking at an allowance race on the turf Friday June 5 at Pimlico.