Commonwealth Cup Betting

Royal Ascot is full of Group 1 races, attracting top talent across the UK Horse Racing circuit. However, there are some races which also fall into the British Champions Series, and one such race to do that is the Commonwealth Cup. Providing punters with the chance to bet on some of the best horses aged three, this Group 1 race is still relatively new to the Royal Ascot meeting, it has offered up some interesting winners. So if you're looking for all the top betting odds and key information about the race, take a look at the facts and stats below as you browse the betting odds.

Commonwealth Cup Betting Odds

As with all of the top contests at Royal Ascot, we have a complete range of betting odds which will be available on-site before the race. We'll have the available Commonwealth Cup markets within our markets, including betting on the winner, each-way options and forecasts. That said, if you prefer to place your bets before post time, we also offer a full range of ante-post betting markets, so you can get ahead of the game by placing your bets and getting better odds.

Commonwealth Cup Betting Tips

If you're looking for more stats and information before placing your bets on the Commonwealth Cup, here at Bet UK, we'll have all of the key information for the Group 1 race, including which horses we think will finish ahead of the rest and those who can potentially cause an upset.

About The Commonwealth Cup

Added to the Royal Ascot racecard in 2015, the Commonwealth Cup was introduced to the meeting as part of the sprint horse racing programme. Open to three-year-olds only, this race is contested over six furlongs, the same as the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. As part of the races' short history, it was the only Group 1 in Great Britain exclusively for three-year-old horses, which allowed geldings to compete, and this only changed in 2019, when geldings were excluded, and it's now open to only colts and fillies. Given the race has only eight runnings in its history, only one jockey has managed to land multiple victories in this race, and that is Frankie Dettori with Campanelle and Advertise. Other notable jockeys to win this race are Jim Crowley and Ryan Moore. When it comes to trainers who've managed to land a win in this Group 1 contest, Aidan O'Brien, Wesley A. Ward, and Richard Fahey are those who are noted for winning at this meeting.

Commonwealth Stakes Winners

  • 2023 - Shaquille
  • 2022 - Perfect Power
  • 2021 - Campanelle
  • 2020 - Golden Horde
  • 2019 - Advertise
  • 2018 - Eqtidaar
  • 2017 - Caravaggio

Commonwealth Stakes Betting Trends

Before placing any bets on this, punters must be aware of the key betting trends that will influence the betting odds for this race and how horses will appear in the betting markets. Selecting a winner at Royal Ascot can be tricky, so we've listed the key bits of information below:

  • Seven of the last nine winners have at least one previous run on the same course
  • All of the last nine winners had at least three previous runs over the same distance, whether that's at Ascot racecourse or another track.
  • Eight of the last nine winners of this race have also shown strong form, having won another Group 1 race.

Commonwealth Stakes FAQs

What is the distance of the Commonwealth Cup?

The race is contested over a distance of six furlongs at Ascot racecourse.

When does the Commonwealth Cup take place?

The race takes place on the 21st June 2024.

Which horses can run in the Commonwealth Cup?

The race is open to three-year-old colts and fillies since the change of rules which excluded geldings.

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