2023 Celebration Mile Betting Odds at Goodwood racecourse

Saturday, 26 August 2023

It’s going to be a competitive battle at Goodwood Racecourse when it comes to the 2023 William Hill Celebration Mile. The majority of the field have a lively chance of recording a victory, with Aldaary carrying more weight than many of the other runners, although there is plenty to recommend the William Haggas-trained charge.

Charyn runs for trainer Roger Varian and the three-year-old has yet to record a victory this season, with Epictetus managing to score last time out and this is another horse that could go off favourite. Then we have Nostrum who has been showing some smart form for trainer Sir Michael Stoute and the front four in the betting are much shorter than the other runners.

2023 Celebration Mile Tips

Jockey Cieren Fallon is on board Aldaary who is bidding to score for the first time this season and there is plenty to recommend the five-year-old. There was no disgrace in finishing fourth last time out, especially considering that the horse ran in an ultra-competitive Sussex Stakes in an encounter which included hot favourite Paddington.

Charyn has ran six times this season without a victory and the three-year-old runs for trainer Roger Varian boasting the joint-highest rating in the field. David Egan is on board a horse who finished narrowly ahead of Aldaary in that Sussex Stakes, with the runner having performed in esteemed company for the majority of the season.

Epictetus runs for John & Thady Gosden and was previously successful at Goodwood at the beginning of August, with the horse winning the Bonhams Thoroughbred Stakes over one mile when beating odds-on favourite Nostrum into second place. The runner was previously well down the order in the much hotter Hampton Court Stakes.

Nostrum will hope to frank the form of that recent Goodwood tussle, with the horse previously demonstrating his worth when obliging in the Sir Henry Cecil Stakes on 13 July. A return to form could be on the cards and this is the fourth horse in the field to be trading at shorter odds than the rest of the field, with Angel Bleu potentially best of the rest.

The Goodwood Celebration Mile betting odds are always popular with customers who enjoy betting on flat horse racing. This race has been in operation since 1967, with William Hill one of the latest sponsors and it can be worth comparing this bookmaker with other bookies to see where the biggest prices lie.

You can compare the horse racing odds and there is sometimes the chance to get Goodwood free bets. It’s also worth looking out for price boosts on the day of the race along with extra places if you are looking to wager each-way on a race where you can sometimes get a big field lining up.

Simon & Ed Crisford have been responsible for a couple of the recent winners, with Jadoomi landing a victory in 2022. The four-year-old was ridden home by jockey William Buick and that was the first rider’s success in the race. Two years previously, Century Dream was the six-year-old winner for the same trainers.

There have only been two horses to have achieved a Goodwood Celebration Mile double, with Chic having obliged in 2004 and 2005, while Lightning Spear more recently claimed a win in the Goodwood Celebration Mile in 2016 and 2017.

Oisin Murphy was on board this horse when achieving a double and the jockey was then able to score on Beat The Bank in 2018. When it comes to Goodwood betting trends, there have been a mixture of different ages when it has come to the winner, with Premio Loco a notable eight-year-old winner in 2012.

Check out the latest Goodwood racecards at Racing-Odds.com where you can find information on the Celebration Mile. As the name suggests, the distance is exactly one mile and there is a substantial purse available.