2023 Heritage Handicap Betting Odds at Ascot racecourse

Saturday, 15 July 2023

King’s Lynn hasn’t been showing the best form this season, although the king’s horse has got a strong each-way chance of hitting the frame in the Ascot Heritage Handicap. Rohaan is another horse without a victory this season, with Silky Wilkie perhaps holding all the keys to this race and the four-year-old has been packing in the runs this season.

Equilateral runs for Charles Hills and could be among the leading contenders, with Vintage Clarets having been landing wins in recent outings. There could also be more to come from Bond Chairman, with trainer Bryan Smart hoping that his horse return to the winners’ enclosure. It’s going to be interesting to see where the money goes.

2023 Ascot Heritage Handicap Tips

We are going to get a big field of horses lining up in the Ascot Heritage Handicap, with King’s Lynn returning to Ascot after a fairly solid performance at the same track last time out. In the Wokingham Stakes, the horse registered a ninth-placed finish at odds of 20/1, with the horse perhaps finding six furlongs too far and a furlong less could be along the right lines.

Rohaan found the going too strong at Royal Ascot when turning out in the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes, although this was a Group One encounter. The horse has previously run well at Ascot when finishing fourth in the British Champions Sprint Stakes and perhaps a return to form could see the runner back in contention.

Silky Wilkie has been running a lot recently and the K R Burke-trained charge could be capable of going one better than his second-placed finish at Epsom in early June, with the horse only missing out by a short head when losing to 25/1 shot Navello. There was a fifth-placed finish in the Howden Palace House Stakes on soft ground and perhaps a big run is on the cards.

Equilateral produced a fairly positive performance when landing a fifth-placed finish in the King’s Stand Stakes and the horse outran his odds considering the SP was 33/1. Indeed, he was only four lengths behind eventual winner Bradsell over five furlongs. Vintage Clarets has been racking up wins at Chester and Newcastle, with a hat-trick potentially on the cards.