2023 Rous Stakes Betting Odds at Ascot racecourse

Saturday, 07 October 2023

There’s a five furlong dash to kick things off at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday, with Emaraaty Ana having been installed as the early market leader, with the horse producing some fine performances this season. It could be a tussle between this runner and Korker who has claimed two consecutive runner-up spots and a recent win.

Rage Of Bamby and Rumstar are other lively runners in the race which could make appeal from an each-way point-of-view. These two promising three-year-olds could also be competing with Kinta and Perdika, with Designer and Nymphadora also among the contenders who have the sort of form to run well.

2023 Rous Stakes Tips

Emaraaty Ana has been running in esteemed company this season, with the horse having finished third in the Garrowby Stakes at York on 10 September. The 2/1 favourite performed well over six furlongs at the Knavesmire, with the horse finishing second to favourite Lezoo in a previous outing in the Hopeful Stakes at Newmarket.

Korker is a younger runner who produced some smart form when winning a Condition Stakes race at Beverley Racecourse. It was a smart enough performance over five furlongs, with this being an improvement on the previous outing at York where the horse was well down the order over five and a half furlongs in a group handicap.

Rage Of Bamby runs for trainer Eve Johnson Houghton, with the horse having performed well in consecutive races at the Knavesmire. At York on 23 August, the runner was able to really punch above their weight at 40/1, with the charge missing out by a short distance. There was then a fifth-placed finish in the Garrowby Stakes.

Rumstar has failed to win in five outings although Kinta was successful last time out. In a Premier Fillies’ Handicap, the horse was able to beat favourite Frankness by half a length over a distance of six furlongs. Perdika is an interesting type who managed to finish second behind Highfield Princess in a recent Longchamp encounter.