2023 Golden Rose Stakes Betting Odds at Lingfield Park racecourse

Saturday, 18 November 2023

There’s a three-year-old at the head of the betting market when it comes to the Golden Rose Stakes, with Mischief Magic having landed a victory last time out. However, the horse previously delivered consecutive eighth-placed finishes and perhaps could be vulnerable to some of the other contenders in the race. This includes Pink Crystal.

The horse has run well for trainer William Haggas this season and could benefit from a more favourable weight allowance, while Aberama Gold has already turned out a couple of decent performances this season. Kinta and Tacarib Bay could also go well at similar horse racing betting odds and there are plenty of lively each-way prospects.

2023 Golden Rose Stakes Tips

Mischief Magic was the winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint last year when landing a victory at Keeneland, with Charlie Appleby’s charge now heading the market when it comes to the Golden Rose Stakes. The horse fared reasonably well when finishing eighth in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot considering the starting price of 33/1.

More recently, there was a Conditions Stakes victory at Kempton on the all-weather track when obliging as the 4/5 favourite, with Pink Crystal a potentially popular each-way selection. The four-year-old was able to win at Ayr in September when securing a victory in a Fillies’ Stakes race over five and a half furlongs.

The third-placed finish in the John Guest Racing Bengough Stakes means that she has to be respected ahead of this race, with Aberama Gold a highly-experienced runner. In a handicap race at Doncaster, the David O’Meara-trained horse was able to score and that was followed by fourth place on the all-weather at Newcastle.

The winner on that occasion was Tacarib Bay and we’re surprised that the horse is available at such a backable each-way price to win this encounter. The four-year-old ran really well back in the summer when finishing sixth out of twenty-five runners in the Moet & Chandon International Stakes at Ascot.

2022 Golden Rose Stakes Tips

Harry’s Bar will make a rare foray over from Ireland to line up in the 2022 Golden Rose Stakes, with the past four races taking place on the all-weather surface at Dundalk Racecourse. There was a fourth-placed finish in the Al Basti Equiworld, Dubai Pat Smullen Mercury Stakes which was a Group 3 encounter over five furlongs.

Previously to this, the horse finished third in another five furlong heat, having previously obliged as favourite at Dundalk over six furlongs. Logo Hunter was way off the pace in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot, although the Seamie Heffernan-trained runner finished second ahead of Harry’s Bar at Dundalk and also ran well on his latest outing.

Summerghand looks like the class act in the feel and we recommend comparing the horse racing odds for this eight-year-old who is trained by David O’Meara. The John Guest Racing Bengough Stakes was a Group 3 encounter on 1 October 2022 which saw the 20/1 shot given a brilliant ride to finish second and outrun his odds.

A repeat of that performance might be enough to win the Golden Rose Stakes, with a victory taking place in the Virgin Bet Ayr Gold Cup Handicap when beating Commanche Falls and delighting backers of the 12/1 about the horse. This would be our selection on the all-weather and he has the class to land another victory.