2023 Beverley Bullet Betting Odds at Beverley racecourse

Saturday, 02 September 2023

We are likely to see eleven horses lining up for the Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes and nearly every horse has a chance of hitting the frame in this contest. Equilateral and Silky Wilkie set the benchmark and the former was successful for trainer Charles Hills last time out, with the eight-year-old having bags of experience.

Silky Wilkie is a younger contender who hasn’t bagged a win for several races although Clifford Lee is on board a four-year-old who has boasts the highest rating out of any runner in this encounter. Apollo One has had a string of runner-up performances and perhaps we will see the five-year-old eventually return to the winners’ enclosure.

2023 Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes Tips

Much depends on whether you are looking to back a horse to win the Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes or alternatively want to grab some each-way value. When it comes to the former, Equilateral and Silky Wilkie head the market and we saw the eight-year-old win a competitive handicap race at York Racecourse last time out.

This was a good way of bouncing back after a last-placed finish in the Qatar Stakes at Goodwood Racecourse, with the runner having been outclassed in that competitive encounter and the same applied to Silky Wilkie was ninth out of the eleven runners on that occasion, with the four-year-old having previously finished second in the John Smith’s City Walls Stakes.

Apollo One has secured three successive runner-up performances and the latest of these came in the Coral Stewards’ Cup over six furlongs on heavy ground, with the horse finishing second in the Wokingham Stakes at Royal Ascot and there could certainly be some merit in backing the five-year-old based on recent achievements.

Kerdos could be a progressive three-year-old who dazzled as a 33/1 shot when finishing fifth in the King George Qatar Stakes on 4 August and a repeat performance could be enough to see the horse go close. That came after the runner fell short in the John Smith’s City Wall Stakes after a runner-up performance in the Palace of Holyroodhouse Stakes.