Coronation Stakes Betting

There are many races which take place over the course of Royal Ascot. However, only a select amount have managed to attain Group 1 status, and one which falls into that category is the Coronation Stakes. One of the Royal Ascot races, which is open specifically to fillies, the Coronation stakes gives those horses the chance to show their worth on the Ascot track. As the race is one of the most anticipated at Royal Ascot, we’ll have all of the betting information in advance of the race right here at Bet UK, so you’ll always be in the best position to place your bets.

Coronation Stakes Odds

As the Coronation Stakes approaches, here at Bet UK, we’ll have the horse racing betting odds on offer for the race, so punters will always be able to see who is the current market leader and whether your chosen horse will drift in the odds just before the race takes place. We’ll also offer a wide range of betting options, including the win market, each-way and forecasts, so many of the betting options will be covered. However, if you prefer to place your bets before the action at Royal Ascot gets underway, then we have a full ante-post market for all of the feature races, so you’ll be able to browse the latest Coronation Stakes odds and place bets in the build-up to the main event.

Coronation Stakes Betting Tips

As Royal Ascot approaches, we’ll have betting tips for all of the feature races in our Royal Ascot Day Three betting tips, including our top selections for the Coronation Stakes, so whether you’re looking to potentially select a biggest priced winner or you’re a horse racing novice, then we’ve got all the information you need in one place.

About The Coronation Stakes

The Coronation Stakes is one of the feature races to take place at Royal Ascot, and the history of the race itself only adds to the prestige of the race. Contested on the penultimate day of Ascot, it’s a race which is only open to three-year-old fillies, which means only horses who fit the calibre can compete over the seven-furlong distance.

The race was first run in 1840 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria, which happened two years earlier and since its inception has moved from Group 2 to Group 1 status, which means it now sits within the horse racing elite.

Often a destination for three-year-old horses who have competed in the 1000 guineas, there are many who have gone to complete the Coronation and Guineas double across the UK and Ireland during their careers, including Winter and Alpha Centauri.

Exploring the history of the race, there are many trainers and jockeys who have gone on to win the race on multiple occasions, including Morny Cannon and Nat Flatman with five wins. However, in recent years, there have been many trainers and jockeys who’ve landed the race, a trainer who has managed to do so on two occasions is Mrs John Harrington (Jessica Harrington). Other leading jockeys to win the race include Frankie Dettori, Ryan Moore and F H Graffard.

Coronation Stakes Past Winners

If you're looking for the winners of the Coronation Stakes, we've listed them below, and many of them have gone on to win other Royal Ascot races.

  • 2023 - Tahiyra
  • 2022 - Inspiral
  • 2021 - Alcohol Free
  • 2020 - Alpine Star
  • 2019 - Watch Me
  • 2018 - Alpha Centauri
  • 2017 - Winter

Coronation Stakes Betting Trends

When it comes to the Coronation Stakes, some of the key betting trends come from races which happen earlier in the season, including the Group 1 1000 Guineas and the Irish equivalent. It’s also a strong race for GB-trained runners as they have managed to back 11 out of the last 20 races. However, there are other trends below that you can consider when browsing the betting odds.

  • In recent renewals, 68% of winners have stood within the first seven horses in the market
  • Many runners have also won at least a Group 3 race, with others actually winning a Group 1
  • 81% of runners in the last 20 races have also made at least four career starts

Coronation Stakes FAQS

What time is the Coronation Stakes?

The race is run at 5pm on the fourth day of Royal Ascot.

What distance is the Coronation Stakes?

The race is run over a distance of seven furlongs, so almost a mile.

What is the prize money for the Coronation Stakes?

The prize money on offer for this race is £500,000, which is split between the winner and other horses who compete.

Which course has produced the most Coronation Stakes winners?

Given that many 1000 Guineas horses compete in this race, the horse racing track which has produced the most winners is Newmarket.

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