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Royal Ascot Albany Stakes Betting

On Day 4 of Royal Ascot, the Albany Stakes race will take place, a short Group 3 which covers six furlongs. As the event approaches, you can find the latest Albany Stakes odds for each of the runners participating. However, these betting markets will likely be updated as runners are dropped from the race or new favourites emerge.

Albany Stakes Tips & Odds

Before you place your bets, it's worth researching to understand the recent history of the race. Doing so will help you to find the best odds on the market as they become available.

This data can also offer signals towards the likely favourites based on the performance of responsible trainers, jockeys and horses. Considering the runners' form at other events could also indicate how they might perform at the Albany Stakes.

Albany Stakes Past Winners

The more recent winners of the Albany Stakes are below, including information on the horse and the associated trainer for the previous eleven runs.

2022 - Meditate trained by Aidan O’Brien

2021 - Sandrine trained by Andrew Balding

2020 - Dandalla trained by K R Burke

2019 - Daahyeh trained by Roger Varian

2018 - Main Edition trained by Mark Johnston

2017 - Different League trained by Matthieu Palussiere

2016 - Brave Anna trained by Aidan O’Brien

2015 - Illuminate trained by Richard Hannon

2014 - Cursory Glance trained by Roger Varian

2013 - Kiyoshi trained by Charles Hills

2012 - Newfangled trained by John Gosden

Race Trends

Looking at the previous eleven winners of the Albany Stakes, Aidan O’Brien and Roger Varian are among the most successful trainers, with both having two winners. However, if you go further than the previous eleven meetings, Mick Channon is the most decorated, with three wins. These three trainers will be among the list of names to look out for when browsing the list of runners.

Great Britain dominates the rankings among all these winners, with Ireland in second place.

Albany Stakes Information

The Albany Stakes is one of the more modern additions to Royal Ascot, having been created in 2002. During this first run, Duty Paid became the first winner of this Group 3 event.

Despite the fact that Adain O’Brien is one of the more successful trainers on the list, his winner, Brave Anna, was an underdog in the 2016 race that saw them claim the trophy.

Regarding the most successful jockey, Jamie Spencer has positioned himself at the top of that list in the short history of the Albany Stakes, with four wins.

Albany Stakes FAQs

What is the Albany Stakes race?

The Albany Stakes race is one of the Royal Ascot races on Day 4, and it is a short Group 3 race that covers a distance of six furlongs. This flat race is open to young two-year-old fillies.

How do I select a winning horse for the Albany Stakes?

Although there is no guaranteed strategy or tips for selecting a winning horse, many general tips from horse racing can be applied to the Albany Stakes to make a more informed pick.

Some of these can include research on previous winners of the Albany Stakes to get an idea of the likely favourites. More generic tips consider the running conditions on the day of the race, with rain creating more challenging conditions for the runners to compete in.

Who is the most successful trainer at the Albany Stakes?

Mick Channon has become the leading trainer, with three runners winning. This includes Silca's Gift, Nijoom Dubai and Samitar.

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