2023 Lancashire Oaks Betting Odds at Haydock Park racecourse

Saturday, 08 July 2023

Mimikyu was second at York Racecourse last time out although the four-year-old has been installed as warm favourite to win the Lancashire Oaks, with the horse coming back from a long break to line up in the William Hill Bronte Cup Fillies’ Stakes. However, Sea Silk Road is a more backable each-way price and the William Haggas-trained runner was successful last time out.

Aristia comes next in the betting, with Richard Hannon training a five-year-old who was well down the placings in the previous visit. At a slightly similar price, Rosscarbery will return to the track very soon after a previous encounter, with Time Lock also capable of hitting the frame as the horse has done on a number of occasions already.

2023 Lancashire Oaks Tips

There are some interesting runners lining up in the bet365 Lancashire Oaks on Saturday, with Mimikyu trading as the market leader despite winning just one of the previous four encounters. Last time out, the four-year-old finished second in the William Hill Bronte Cup Fillies' Stakes over one mile and six furlongs, with River Of Stars landing the win.

The John & Thady Gosden-trained charge was previously disappointing when finishing twelfth in the British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes, with the horse having won the Coral Park Hill Fillies’ Stakes over one mile and six furlongs, with jockey Robert Havlin on board a runner who might not have the trust of every punter.

Sea Silk Road goes for trainer William Haggas and this is another four-year-old in with a chance and the runner was able to record a victory in a previous encounter. This win came in the Lester Piggott Stakes where the horse was able to beat four opponents although the horse previously finished second last in the Middleton Fillies’ Stakes at York.

Aristia finished last in that particular race and the horse will be looking to recover the sort of form that saw the runner land a victory in the Darley Prix Jean Romanet, with the Richard Hannon-trained charge having previously run a blinder when being sent off at odds of 40/1 in the Nassau Stakes, with that coming over one mile and two furlongs.