2023 Kensington Palace Stakes Betting Odds at Ascot racecourse

Wednesday, 21 June 2023

Tamarama was successful on her last outing and looks set to go off favourite for this fillies’ race, with the four-year-old one of several lively runners who could land a victory in this Royal Ascot race on Day Two of the meeting. Crystal Caprice could also go well and Sir Michael Stoute will hope that his charge has a clear run over this one mile trip.

White Moonlight runs in the Godolphin colours and there could be more to come from a horse who was successful on her last outing, with Yerwanthere no stranger to success as per a couple of wins last season. There is a big field set to line up and it could be worth looking out for odds boosts when it comes to this prestigious race.

2023 Kensington Palace Fillies’ Handicap Tips

Tamarama is set for a big run when it comes to the Kensington Palace Fillies’ Handicap, with the four-year-old being ridden by Frankie Dettori who will hope to record yet another Royal Ascot win. She looks to have a favourable handicap of 8-11 and there was plenty to like about a recent win on the all-weather at Kempton Park where a win in a one-mile handicap was recorded.

Crystal Caprice has been running in more esteemed company and might appreciate a drop back in class after finishing fourth out of seven runners in a listed race at Ayr towards the end of May, with the Sir Michael Stoute-trained charge being respected by the Royal Ascot betting sites when it comes to an encounter where the betting looks to be wide open.

White Moonlight was in the winners’ enclosure last time out when triumphing at Musselburgh against six other adversaries, with the horse obliging at racing odds of 4/1 over seven furlongs. Beating odds-on favourite Heredia was not on the cards and the Saeed bin Suroor-trained runner might now have adjusted to conditions in the UK after some runs in Dubai.

Yerwanthere can also be respected based on achievements so far and might have needed a run on her seasonal debut, with the horse finishing seventh in a field out of eleven last time out. Cosmic Vega proved too good for the field on that occasion, with the horse previously triumphing at Leopardstown and Dundalk.