2024 Palace House Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 04 May 2024

There are ten horses lining up in the Palace House Stakes for a Newmarket encounter on good ground. Beautiful Diamond is a talented three-year-old who will return to the track after a lengthy absence and the bookmakers have installed the horse among the favourites, while Mitbaahy is a five-year-old who could also go well.

Equality was last seen triumphing and the six-year-old merits respect along with Twilight Calls who runs for trainer Henry Candy. There are several horses trading at single figure odds for the race and that includes Kerdos and Vadream, with the two runners both operating at a similar price.

2024 Palace House Tips

There are six runners who are currently trading at single figure betting odds for the William Hill Palace House Stakes, with Beautiful Diamond potentially the one to beat when it comes to this Newmarket encounter. The three-year-old was successful at Ayr back in September when obliging as the 5/6 favourite in a listed race.

Previously to this, there was a midfield performance in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes where the filly put in an accomplished display over six furlongs, with the horse running well in the Queen Mary Stakes at last year’s Royal Ascot meeting when finishing third in a Group 2 encounter over five furlongs which was won by Crimson Advocate.

Equality goes for Charles Hills and the six-year-old was able to win at Musselburgh back in April when beating fourteen other runners. Over five furlongs, there was plenty to like about that performance and there’s also a chance for Mitbaahy who looks to be a talented five-year-old based on showings to date and Jamie Spencer is on board.

Last time out, the horse finished fourth out of fourteen runners in the Abernant Stakes at Newmarket, with this coming over six furlongs. There was a win at Chester back in August although there’s not much in the betting for several of the horses and this includes Twilight Calls and Kerdos, with Vadream also a potential contender.