2024 Chester Vase Betting Odds at Chester racecourse

Wednesday, 08 May 2024

Grosvenor Square and Hidden Law are trading at similar betting odds when it comes to the Boodles Chester Vase Stakes, with Aidan O’Brien saddling the former along with Agenda in the same race. However, Hidden Law has been in the first two placings in his two appearances to date, with William Buick on board this runner.

Cadogan Place is the other horse trading at single figure betting odds and Andrew Balding trains a runner who won on his previous appearance. However, many punters will keep coming back to Grosvenor Square and the horse has an impressive official rating of 109 which could mean he’s too strong for the rest of the field.

2024 Boodles Chester Vase Stakes Tips

Grosvenor Square has claimed two wins from his three appearances to date, with the horse claiming the spoils at Galway back in September. Sent off as the 6/4 favourite, the runner won on his debut before performing at the Curragh where the horse was able to finish third out of a field of six.

Better was to come at Leopardstown in October when the horse was able to to secure a victory against five other runners. There was a success by four and a half lengths in the Eyrefield Stakes which was a Group 3 encounter on heavy ground. The fact that the 10/11 favourite was able to make all suggests that there’s more to come here.

Hidden Law also has a decent chance of landing a success and the Charlie Appleby-trained runner has the potential to deliver the goods for Godolphin. With William Buick on board the runner, there could be more to come from a horse who claimed a victory at Newbury in April when winning by five and a half lengths.

Agenda has the potential to also run a big race and the three-year-old was last seen performing well at Dundalk in the all-weather encounter over one mile, two and a half furlongs. The horse was able to achieve a victory by nearly five lengths after finishing in the places at the Curragh in a field of seventeen runners.

2023 Chester Vase Tips

John & Thady Gosden will be confident of a big run from Arrest when it comes to the 2023 Boodles Chester Vase Stakes, with the Juddmonte horse last seen running in France. There was a solid performance at Saint-Cloud when achieving a runner-up spot behind Dubai Mile in the Criterium de Saint-Cloud, with this being over one mile and two furlongs on heavy ground.

Running to that sort of mark again at the Roodee might be enough to see Arrest land a victory and Frankie Dettori will be on board a runner who was able to win comfortably at Ffos Las last September over one mile before running really strongly in France to indicate his Grade One credentials although there could be a couple of flies in the ointment.

Adelaide River is trained by Aidan O’Brien and we could see a big run from the three-year-old who looks set to go off as second favourite. The runner was third in the Criterium de Saint-Cloud and has about six lengths to find on the favourite based on that performance, with this coming after a second-placed finish in the Beresford Stakes at The Curragh.

Hadrianus was seen more recently in action when the Charlie Johnston-trained runner was able to achieve a second-placed finish at Epsom Racecourse. There was no disgrace in finishing second to Epictetus in the Weatherbys Digital Solutions Blue Riband Trial over one mile and two furlongs on soft ground and this has a lively outside chance.