2024 Queens Prize Handicap Betting Odds at Kempton Park racecourse

Saturday, 06 April 2024

There are fourteen runners set to go to post for this Kempton Park encounter, with Novel Legend running for trainer James Fanshawe. The five-year-old makes his seasonal debut although some might want to oppose a runner who is carrying 10-0. Sweet Fantasy is trading at a similar price and the James Owen-trained charge could fare well.

Tenerife Sunshine is a four-year-old carrying less weight and the runner could be a backable each-way price, with Aqwaam running for Ian Williams and the horse was very recently successful. Spirit Mixer is next in the betting market and we’re looking at a wide open encounter when it comes to this field.

2024 Queen’s Prize Handicap Tips

Novel Legend is the highest-rated horse when it comes to the Queen’s Prize Handicap and the five-year-old returns to the track for a seasonal debut, with the horse carrying 10-0 and some will feel as though he’s a good bet to land a victory. Last time out, we saw the runner finish eighth out of eleven runners at Longchamp.

Previously to this, there was a midfield finish in a big field at The Curragh, with that coming after a victory against seven other rivals at Goodwood Racecourse. The strong form preceded this considering there was a second-placed finish in a Newbury encounter last July and the horse certainly sets the benchmark for the other runners.

Sweet Fantasy goes for James Owen and the five-year-old is carrying less weight than his co-favourite, with the runner having won his previous two outings. There was a success at Catterick in early March when landing a victory by seventeen lengths, with this coming after a victory at Plumpton when fending off nine other rivals.

Tenerife Sunshine has been hitting the frame on a regular basis, with the four-year-old running for trainer Charlie Johnston and the horse could be favourably weighted for this clash. There is also a shout for Aqwaam and the six-year-old was able to win on his previous appearance and there could be each-way claims in this encounter.