2024 Conqueror Fillies Stakes Betting Odds at Goodwood racecourse

Saturday, 04 May 2024

The Conqueror Fillies Stakes will feature some of the leading fillies in the land, with several horses trading at single figure racing betting odds for this race. Simon & Ed Crisford trains a runner who was second in a previous encounter, with the four-year-old followed by Orchid Bloom and Breege in the betting market for this race.

Novus was seventh last time out and the Gary Moore-trained runner could attract each-way money, with Zenjabeela and Fakhama trading next in the betting market. The going is set to be soft at Goodwood and it will be interesting to see where the money goes when it comes to this big field of runners.

2024 Conqueror Fillies Stakes Tips

There are a string of four-year-olds who are heading the betting market for the Conqueror Fillies Stakes, with Choisya hoping to go one better than last time out when the horse finished second. The horse was second out of ten runners on the all-weather at Kempton Racecourse, with a previous win coming at the same track.

Orchid Bloom has hit the frame in all of her previous six encounters and the latest of which came at Saint-Cloud where the horse was second out of eleven runners. Sent off as the 5/2 favourite in the Darley Prix Coronation, the runner performed well on heavy ground and was only narrowly beaten by a short neck in that encounter.

Breege goes for John & Sean Quinn and the four-year-old finished second in his last encounter out of ten runners. In the October Stakes at Ascot, the 5/2 joint-favourite was beaten by Cell Sa Beela by a head. It might be worrying to potential backers that the horse hasn’t tasted a victory in several outings.

Novus runs for trainer Gary Moore and the four-year-old was last seen finishing seventh out of nine runners in the bet365 Earl Of Sefton Stakes on 17 April when struggling to make an impact over one mile and one furlong. However, that was a high quality Group 3 encounter and there has previously been a Group 3 win in a previous outing at Newmarket.