2024 Chartwell Fillies Stakes Betting Odds at Lingfield Park racecourse

Saturday, 11 May 2024

The runners and riders are confirmed for the Chartwell Fillies Stakes, with nine runners set to go to post for this race. There are going to be price boosts available for this Lingfield all-weather encounter, with the horses looking to make a fast start over seven furlongs. Five-year-old Sacred ticks plenty of the right boxes and it will be interesting how the horse returns from a long absence.

Sandrine has also had a lengthy absence, with White Moonlight running for trainer Saeed bin Suroor and the six-year-old has been runner-up on two occasions this season although his last outing wasn’t too impressive. The same applies to Queen Aminatu and the four-year-old will need to step up in esteemed company in order to land a victory.

2023 Chartwell Fillies Stakes Tips

Sacred is an interesting runner who catches the eye on the Lingfield racecard, with the five-year-old having finished second last time out in a competitive race at Newmarket. A second-placed finish behind Pogo was fairly strong on good ground after being sent off as the 13/8 favourite, with a question mark over this filly after hanging right in this most recent encounter.

In the Dubai Duty Free Stakes, Sacred was able to claim a victory and this was a really striking performance considering the horse won by six and a half lengths, with Tom Marquand on board a runner who was midfield in previous encounters at York and Goodwood, with Sandrine also standing out in the betting.

Andrew Balding saw the four-year-old run under par at Longchamp last autumn when the charge finished second last although we should bear in mind that this was a competitive Qatar Prix de la Foret which included favourite and winner Kinross, with the horse not taking particularly well to the very soft ground that came up that day.

White Moonlight was last seen running at Riyadh, with the Saeed bin Suroor-trained charge running seventh out of ten runners in the Neom Turf Cup, with that taking place over one mile, two and a half furlongs. Queen Aminatu was well down the order at the Curragh last time out although that was preceded by a win at Newcastle on the all-weather.