Railway Stakes Betting Odds Comparison - Ascot AU

21/11/2020 06:00:00

The 2020 Railway Stakes is scheduled to be run on Saturday 21 November and we’re looking forward to the latest instalment of a race which has been in operation since 1887, with horses aged three or older descending on Ascot racecourse in Perth and hoping to land a share of the enormous prize money pot that is available.

21/11 06:00Best Odds
Bet365
Western EmpireWestern Empire
Bet3653/1
3/1
KissonallforcheeksKissonallforcheeks
Bet3658/1
8/1
Too Close The SunToo Close The Sun
Bet36512/1
12/1
Dom To ShootDom To Shoot
Bet36512/1
12/1
AramayoAramayo
Bet36512/1
12/1
Kaptain KaosKaptain Kaos
Bet36514/1
14/1
Dance MusicDance Music
Bet36514/1
14/1
Regal PowerRegal Power
Bet36514/1
14/1
Red Can ManRed Can Man
Bet36516/1
16/1
Notorious OneNotorious One
Bet36516/1
16/1
CascadianCascadian
Bet36516/1
16/1
Thought Of ThatThought Of That
Bet36520/1
20/1
AtishuAtishu
Bet36520/1
20/1
Tellem We're CominTellem We're Comin
Bet36520/1
20/1
The Velvet KingThe Velvet King
Bet36520/1
20/1
CriaderasCriaderas
Bet36520/1
20/1
NudgeNudge
Bet36520/1
20/1
MassimoMassimo
Bet36520/1
20/1
KementariKementari
Bet36520/1
20/1
Uni TimeUni Time
Bet36525/1
25/1
Naughty By NatureNaughty By Nature
Bet36525/1
25/1
Valour RoadValour Road
Bet36525/1
25/1
PlatoonPlatoon
Bet36525/1
25/1
Real CharismaReal Charisma
Bet36525/1
25/1
SteinemSteinem
Bet36533/1
33/1
ReloadedReloaded
Bet36533/1
33/1
Shared AmbitionShared Ambition
Bet36533/1
33/1
Best Of DaysBest Of Days
Bet36533/1
33/1
The SpruikerThe Spruiker
Bet36533/1
33/1
CrosshavenCrosshaven
Bet36540/1
40/1
Kay CeeKay Cee
Bet36540/1
40/1
Comfort MeComfort Me
Bet36540/1
40/1
Age Of ChivalryAge Of Chivalry
Bet36550/1
50/1
The FugaziThe Fugazi
Bet36550/1
50/1
Hot ZedHot Zed
Bet36550/1
50/1
Lord VladivostokLord Vladivostok
Bet36550/1
50/1
Media AwardMedia Award
Bet36550/1
50/1
Bam's On FireBam's On Fire
Bet36550/1
50/1
Dig DeepDig Deep
Bet36550/1
50/1
Son Of BacchusSon Of Bacchus
Bet36550/1
50/1
Dr DrillDr Drill
Bet36550/1
50/1
OutrageousOutrageous
Bet36550/1
50/1
Last Of The LineLast Of The Line
Bet36566/1
66/1
So Si BonSo Si Bon
Bet36566/1
66/1
NeufboscNeufbosc
Bet36566/1
66/1
Karijini AuroraKarijini Aurora
Bet36566/1
66/1
Mr DelegatorMr Delegator
Bet36566/1
66/1
Outback JackOutback Jack
Bet36566/1
66/1
OdeonOdeon
Bet36566/1
66/1
CountofmontecristoCountofmontecristo
Bet36566/1
66/1
Speed DreamSpeed Dream
Bet36580/1
80/1
Watch Me DanceWatch Me Dance
Bet36580/1
80/1
Western TempleWestern Temple
Bet365100/1
100/1
Brave AngelBrave Angel
Bet365100/1
100/1
That's Funny AzThat's Funny Az
Bet365100/1
100/1
CreatorCreator
Bet365125/1
125/1
Kerman RockKerman Rock
Bet365125/1
125/1
Media BaronMedia Baron
Bet365125/1
125/1
Cockney CrewCockney Crew
Bet365150/1
150/1
MarocchinoMarocchino
Bet365200/1
200/1
On Red AlertOn Red Alert
Bet365300/1
300/1
SpookwoodSpookwood
Bet365400/1
400/1

2020 Railway Stakes Betting

The Railway Stakes forms part of WesternAustralian Turf Club's Summer Carnival and, despite no spectators in attendance this year, we’re still anticipating an exciting race to see which horse wins one of the Australia’s richest thoroughbred horse races.

Can Inspirational Girl Oblige as Favourite?

Grant & Alana Williams train Inspiration Girl who has led to the top of the betting after a fine performance in the Hosemasters - Asian Beau Stakes on 30 October, with the horse claiming victory in a Group 3 encounter and suggesting there is more to come.

Jockey Chris Parnham is likely to be on board once again, with the bookies keeping the horse onside and it looks likely that the horse will get the trip after an impressive show of speed over seven furlongs on good ground.

However, it’s possible that the best backed horse in the race will be Kay Cee and the four-year-old has recently returned to Ascot and claimed an impressive victory after winning the Group 2 Waroa - Lee Steere Stakes.

The horse was previously underwhelming when finishing down the field at the same racecourse, although this return to form suggests that we have to consider Neville Parnham’s horse as a serious contender.

Can Red Can Man Get Revenge on Betting Favourites?

Red Can Man has been playing second fiddle to Inspirational Girl and Kay Cee in recent races, although his performances have been strong enough to suggest that he could be the each-way bet in the race when lining up for the Railway Stakes.

While there’s a slight concern that the Stephen Wolfe-trained four-year-old is yet to win during his professional career, there is plenty to like about the way he finished less than a length behind Kay Cee last time out and he has to have serious claims in Perth for this big race.

The History of the Railway Stakes

As mentioned, the Railway Stakes is steeped in history and the first running took place in 1887, with Nimrod the first ever winner of this prestigious Australian race, while more recent winners have included Regal Power, Galaxy Star and Great Shot.

The Railway Stakes is often paired up with the Kingston Town Classic to make an excellent double and this has been achieved by four different horses including Better Loosen Up (1989), Old Comrade (2001), Modem (2004) and Sniper's Bullet (2009).

This race forms part of the big Spring Carnival and it achieved Grade 1 status in 1979, while it has been run over the distance of one mile since 1984.