Royal Ascot Day Four Betting Tips

Royal Ascot Day Four

All eyes are on Royal Ascot as the penultimate day of the iconic racing festival gets underway in Berkshire. After three days of racing, we’ve seen some interesting prospects land wins and some top jockeys miss out on Group 1 contests. However, on day four, the racing is all focused on the King Edward VII and the Commonwealth Cup.

Before placing your bets on the Group 1 contests, we have a complete range of Royal Ascot betting tips, which will include the horses that can potentially make an impact or those who can defy the odds and land a longshot win.

Royal Ascot Day Four Betting Tips

As it stands, there are currently no Royal Ascot tips available for day 4 of the 2024 festival. The event is due to take place during June 2024, so our players will be able to find our tips towards the start of June. In the meantime, check out some of the online betting options available at BetUK.

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About Royal Ascot Day 4

Headlined by the Commonwealth Cup which is the feature race, Royal Ascot Day 4 consists of seven races of different categories, including Group 1 and Group 2 wins. Many of the races on the Day 4 have specific entry criteria, including those which are open only to fillies and those which are open to horses of a specific age.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Races

  • Albany Stakes
  • King Edward VII Stakes
  • Duke of Edinburgh Stakes
  • Commonwealth Stakes
  • Coronation Stakes
  • Sandringham Stakes
  • Palace of Holyrood House Stakes

Royal Ascot Day 4 Trends

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 1: Albany Stakes

The first race of Royal Ascot Day 4 is the Albany Stakes. A race open only to two-year-old fillies; previous winners of this race include Meditate and Dandalla. Classed as a group 3, s it gives the youngsters a chance to shine. The jockey with the most wins in the Albany Stakes is Jamie Spencer, with four wins. However, if you prefer to follow betting trends, a key one could be that ten of the last twelve winners were drawn in stall 12 or higher.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 2: King Edward VII Stakes

The second race of Royal Ascot Day 4 is the King Edward VII Stakes. A group 2 horse race, the race is open to three-year-old colts and geldings; it was first contested in 1834 and was originally known as the Ascot Derby. Recently won by horses such as Pyledriver, Alenquer and Japan, King Edward is a high-quality race for horses to participate in. When it comes to winners of this race, horses with previous course form don’t tend to perform well, and given that this is a destination for many derby horses, it will be full of high-calibre horses.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 3: Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

The third race of the day at Royal Ascot is the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes, and this race is one of the longest on the card at Ascot, with a distance of one mile and three furlongs. Renamed to its current title in 1999, the race has been won by horses such as Quickthorn and Dash of Spice. Looking at the trends in this race, eight out of the last 12 winners of this race also won their last race, so this is a stat to pay attention to when making your selections.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 4: Commonwealth Cup

The feature race on Day 4 of Royal Ascot is The Commonwealth Cup. Part of the British Champion Series, this six-furlong race is open to colts and fillies aged three-year-old. Introduced to the festival in 2015, the race has a strong history with winners such as Caravaggio, Eqitdaar, and Perfect Power. Even though it’s only undertaken a few renewals, seven of the last eight winners also won a Group 1 race.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 5: Coronation Stakes

The Coronation Stakes is the second Group 1 race to take place on Day 4 of Royal Ascot and is a race open to three-year-old fillies only. Covering seven furlongs of Ascot racecourse, it was established in 1840 and has a long history of providing top-class winners, including horses such as Alcohol Free, Winter and Alpha Centauri. In terms of trends for this race, the best place punters should be looking for potential winners is the 1000 Guineas and Irish 1000 Guineas.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 6: Sandringham Stakes

The penultimate race on Day Four of Royal Ascot is the Sandringham Stakes, and this is a handicap race which is open to three-year-old fillies. A popular race, horses such as Create Belief and Onassis have managed to pick up wins in this race. It’s also a key race that has been won by a female jockey, including Hayley Turner, who has two victories in the race in recent years.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Race 7: Palace Of Holyroodhouse Stakes

The final race on Day 4 of Royal Ascot is the Palace Of Holyroodhouse Stakes. Run over five furlongs, this fast and furious race has only been on the card for three years but has proved a popular addition. Another race in which Hayley Turner has shown her success, and it’s also a race where favourites have prevailed.

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