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Duke Of Cambridge Stakes Betting
The themes of the races at Royal Ascot are plain to see for many horse racing fans. All of the races have a link to the Royal family, and one of those which stands out is the Duke of Cambridge Stakes. A race which is only open to fillies and mares aged four and over, this Group 2 race is contested on the second day of the Festival and proceeds the Group 1 Prince of Wales Stakes. For all of the races at Royal Ascot, including the Duke of Cambridge Stakes, we’ll have all of the top betting odds and available markets so you can make the best betting options.
Duke of Cambridge Stakes Odds
As the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot gets underway, we’ll have all of the top betting markets for the second day of racing. For this race, we’ll have the most up-to-date betting markets, including who is the favourite to win the race and who could potentially finish in the each-way positions.
If you’re looking to place your bets before the race, we’ll also have the complete ante post betting odds for the Duke of Cambridge Stakes, so if you’ve got a selection you’d like to back in the weeks building up to Royal Ascot, you can place those bets. However, if punters prefer to wait until the day of the race, they can also place win, each way and forecast bets with the latest odds.
Duke of Cambridge Stakes Tips
The races come thick and fast at Royal Ascot, and for all of the feature races of the festival, including the Duke of Cambridge stakes, we’ll have all of the betting information for punters to follow. Our betting tips will include all the top chances for the race and who could potentially pass the post first.
About The Duke of Cambridge Stakes
One of the most recent additions to the Royal Ascot festival, the Duke of Cambridge Stakes takes place on Day 2 of Ascot and has been contested since 2004. Giving older fillies and mares a chance to race at the Royal meeting, this one-mile contest has been a key race for returning older horses to run once again at Ascot.
Originally called the Windsor Forest Stakes, it's now one of several races available for older fillies to compete in, allowing them to extend their racing career. Renamed to its current title in 2013, the race is open specifically to fillies and mares aged four-year-old and over and if competitors have previously won a Group 1 and Group 2 race, they will be given a weight penalty.
Given the race has a shorter history than others, many jockeys have tried their hand to land a win, but if you prefer to follow that stat, it's William Buick who leads the stats with three wins. The most recent of those wins for William Buick came in 2022 with Saffron Beach for Jane Chapple Hyam.
When it comes to leading trainers, two trainers have managed to land four wins between them, John Gosden and Sir Michael Stoute, which shows the domination of British trainers.
Duke of Cambridge Stakes Winners
In a race named after Prince William, there have been many fillies and mares who have added their name to the list of winners, and we’ve listed the most recent below:
- 2022 - Saffron Beach
- 2021 - Indie Angel
- 2020 - Nazeef
- 2019 - Move Swiftly
- 2018 - Aljazzi
Duke of Cambridge Betting Trends
When it comes to the betting trends which can influence race, there are many that punters can take a details look at before placing any bets on this race at Ascot Racecourse, and we've listed some of the trends you could follow below:
- If you prefer to follow the ages of horses, 11 out of the last 12 winners were aged four.
- Horses who have been in the top three in the betting have passed the winning post seven out of the last 12 runnings.
- Runners who perform well have run in either England or Ireland last time out, which limits the races they can take part in, the Lockinge Stakes or the Dahlia Stakes
Duke of Cambridge Stakes FAQS
What time is the Duke of Cambridge Stakes?
The race is run on Royal Ascot Day 2 and is contested at 3:40pm.
What ages of horses can compete in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes?
The Group 2 race is open to horses who are aged four years and over. However, if they have won a Group 1 or 2 race, they will be given a 5lb or 3lb penalty.
Who is the leading trainer in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes?
The leading trainer in this race is Sir Michael Stoute, with four winners.