2024 Albany Stakes Betting Odds at Ascot racecourse

Friday, 21 June 2024

As with all two-year-old races, there isn’t an enormous amount of form available for this encounter for fillies, with the Albany Stakes having been in operation since 2002. We saw Meditate land a victory last year, with Jabaara the leading contender to win this time around according to the latest prices although the betting market is an open one.

Soprano is also highly regarded and she could end up going off favourite, with several other horses trading at single figure odds. Porta Fortuna, Matrika and Carla’s Way are other each-way contenders where a potential profit can be secured by backing a runner who ends up landing a place in the frame.

Shoot It True
Shoot It True
13.00
Shoot It True
Shoot It True
Best Odds13.00
All Odds12/1
Kodibeat
Kodibeat
34.00
Kodibeat
Kodibeat
Best Odds34.00
All Odds33/1
Deal Maker
Deal Maker
34.00
Deal Maker
Deal Maker
Best Odds34.00
All Odds33/1
Golden Paradise
Golden Paradise
34.00
Golden Paradise
Golden Paradise
Best Odds34.00
All Odds33/1
Convo
Convo
34.00
Convo
Convo
Best Odds34.00
All Odds33/1
Flicka's Girl
Flicka's Girl
41.00
Flicka's Girl
Flicka's Girl
Best Odds41.00
All Odds40/1

2023 Albany Stakes Tips

The 2023 Albany Stakes is a six furlong encounter for two-year-old fillies, with Jabaara running for trainer Roger Varian and it’s one of the handler’s best chances of success at the Royal Ascot meeting. She’s only got one piece of form so far, although the 2/1 favourite was able to score in a Fillies’ Novices Stakes over six furlongs at Newmarket racecourse.

Soprano is also set to run a decent race and this filly also has a victory under her belt. When lining up at Newmarket on 5 May, the mare was sent off as the 6/4 favourite before obliging by nearly two lengths. The George Boughey-trained runner was promising enough in that first race although there are other horses with serious claims.

Donnacha O’Brien also has a lively contender in the form of Porta Fortuna, with the two-year-old scoring at The Curragh in mid-April and this was over five furlongs on heavy ground in Ireland. Following on from this, there was an 8/1 success over six furlongs at Naas and perhaps this runner will continue on an upward trajectory.

Matrika runs for Aidan O’Brien and could be the star turn in this race, with the two-year-old having won on good ground over six furlongs. That was in an Irish Fillies Maiden, with Carla’s Way also an interesting runner. A victory over six and a half furlongs at Doncaster Racecourse saw the 5/2 favourite win by over two lengths.