2024 Newmarket Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Friday, 03 May 2024

The William Hill Newmarket Stakes is a listed race that will take place over one mile and two furlongs. Endless Victory will line up in the Godolphin colours and it will come as little surprise if the horse is able to secure the win. There have been two victories for the horse thus far, with the runner trading at around the even money mark.

Whip Cracker comes next in the betting and Richard Hughes trains a runner who ran well at Newmarket Racecourse recently, with Caviar Heights having been third in his last outing and he also merits respect. Sayedaty Sadaty is another horse who could go well at single figure odds and it will be interesting to see how the betting market shapes up.

2024 Newmarket Stakes Tips

Endless Victory lines up as the short-priced favourite when it comes to the William Hill Newmarket Stakes, with the three-year-old having passed both assignments with flying colours. There was a triumph at Wolverhampton in February and that was against four other rivals on the all-weather surface before a more impressive win at Newmarket.

Sent off at even money for that recent encounter, William Buick was on board a charge that claimed a narrow victory of a short head, with the runner now bidding to record a hat-trick of wins. It will be interesting to see whether he gets things his own way in a competitive encounter that includes Whip Cracker lining up.

The three-year-old has run once this season and finished second in the bet365 Feilden Stakes when following home Jayarebe. That was over one mile and one furlong, with the horse over three lengths behind the eventual winner, although there had been a victory on the all-weather at Chelmsford last October after a second-placed finish at Newmarket.

Caviar Heights was sent off at 66/1 before running well in the same race at Newmarket and has the potential to improve on that run. The Karl Burke-trained runner previously won at Goodwood back in September and that came before an underwhelming performance at Newmarket although the omens could be good this time around.