2023 Summer Mile Stakes Betting Odds at Ascot racecourse

Saturday, 15 July 2023

There could be as many as fifteen runners turning out in the 2023 Summer Mile Stakes, with Chindit and Master Of The Seas trading at the shortest prices to win this race. However, there could be lots of competition, with Aldaary having run brightly when finishing fourth and this horse is the highest-rated in the field.

Jimi Hendrix has won two of his past three encounters, with the four-year-old lining up for Ralph Beckett and there’s also the prospect of Angel Bleu lining up for the same trainer and it will be interesting to see how the pair perform. Mighty Ulysses comes into the race after a long absence and the John Gosden-trained runner could go well.

2023 Summer Mile Stakes Tips

Chindit was able to land a victory at Ascot in early May, with the horse beating four other runners in the Paradise Stakes when being sent off as the 5/2 joint-favourite. There was then a smart performance in the Lockinge Stakes where the horse was sent off at odds of 22/1 although there was a chance of victory before finishing runner-up behind Modern Games.

Master Of The Seas is another five-year-old with bold claims for victory, with the Godolphin charge carrying more weight than the other favourite in the race. Charlie Appleby will hope this is one of several weekend winners and the horse comes into the clash after three outings in Meydan which could stand the runner in good stead.

Aldaary turned out at Newmarket in the last outing and it was a hot race on the July course at the beginning of this month. Over seven furlongs, the 5/2 favourite could only finish fourth although perhaps the horse needed an outing after a long lay-off. Let’s not forget that there was an impressive showing in the Pertemps Network Spring Trophy Stakes at Haydock.

Jimi Hendrix certainly merits plenty of respect after a strong performance at Royal Ascot, with the 22/1 shot landing a victory in the Royal Hunt Cup. This came after a slightly disappointing eighth place in the Howden Handicap, with the Ralph Beckett-trained runner struggling to justify the 4/1 odds on that occasion.