Ribblesdale Stakes betting odds
- Restrictions: Group 2 race, open to three year old fillies.
- Race Lengths: 1 Mile, 3 Furlongs and 211 yards (2,406 metres)
- Leading Trainer: 4 Trainers (5 Wins)
- Leading Jockey: Frankie Dettori (8 Wins 1995 - 2020)
- Leading Current Trainer: Jon Gosden (5 Wins)
- Prize Fund: £200,000
Top Trends from Ribblesdale Stakes (Last 20 Races)
Saeed bin Suroor has a fantastic record in this race, with 6 runners, he has three winners and an additional placement. If he has a runner in this race, it could be one to look out for.
Other than Suroor, only John Gosden and Aidan O'Brien have had more than one winner out of the trainers expected to put a horse forward for the event.
As for jockeys, Shane Foley has a 100% win rate in this race after winning his first event last year on Magical Lagoon.
Frankie Dettori and Ryan Moore are the only jockeys expected to ride who have won this race more than once. Horses that have come into this race as the favourite have finished in the top three 15/21 times (2010 two horses tied as favourite, one won, the other finished 4th)
All of the last twenty winners had odds lower than 12/1 last time out and lower than 25/1 for this race.
Ribblesdale Stakes Tips
From what we can see in the trends for this race, our top tip would be don't be too outlandish with your bets, this is a race that commonly suits the favourites and the field of horses that can beat them isn't the biggest. If you're backing the favourite, look for an each way bet, which will build-up your pot with smaller payouts rather than one hopeful punt.
However, with that in mind, if you're looking to back a horse based on where they've come from, so you're interested in the battle between the English and the Irish at Royal Ascot, Irish horses have a much better success rate in this race. 20% of Irish Horses that have run in this race in the last twenty renditions have won the race, meanwhile 40% have finished in the top three. In comparison, 7.4% of British horses win this race and 18.2% finish in the top three. However, with this in mind, it's likely that a lot of the horses that you see at higher odds are those of British trainers travelling to a well-known, more local race.
What is the Ribblesdale Stakes ?
The Ribblesdale Stakes is a race on the third day of Royal Ascot that was established way back in 1919, the grade two affair is open to three year old fillies and runs at a length of 1 mile, 3 furlongs and 211 yards. This tends to be a keen running ground for Epsom Oaks runners, with seven winners running in that race in recent years. In recent years, we've seen horses run this race with incredible speed. Riposte beat the record in this race in 2013 with a time of 2:29.41 before Magic Wand went on to beat that record again 5-years later with a time of 2:28.52. If you're looking for Irish runners, keep an eye out for what the most successful jockey and trainers have at the Irish Oaks and that could be an excellent horse to analyse when looking for the latest odds at Ascot racecourse.
Recent Ribblesdale Stakes winners
*John Gosden shares ownership of the horse with Thady Gosden
Who is the favourite in the betting for the Ribblesdale Stakes 2023?
The cards for the Ribblesdale Stakes haven't been confirmed just yet, so you won't find betting odds for the race. Looking at the Ribblesdale Stakes betting trends, one potential ante post bet that catches our eye is Aidan O'Brien's Red Riding Hood, who could be an excellent runner in this race if chosen to represent the Irish trainer.