2023 Suffolk Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 06 May 2023

Two four-year-olds currently head the betting market for the 2023 Suffolk Stakes, with Jimi Hendrix having jockey Rossa Ryan on board, with the horse landing a success recently and perhaps the runner will now be in the groove when it comes to this one mile and one furlong encounter, with trainer Ralph Beckett having high hopes.

King Of Conquest is another previous winner who could go well in the royal blue colours of Godolphin, with Charlie Appleby saddling a horse that will be ridden by William Buick, while Empirestateofmind was recently runner-up and the charge has a habit of landing in the places which means that punters might come for this particular runner.

2023 Suffolk Stakes Tips

Jimi Hendrix ran very recently and it will be interesting whether the Ralph Beckett-trained runner is able to secure another win so quickly after this success. Sent off at odds of 9/2, the horse was able to land the spoils in the Spring Cup Handicap and beat favourite Lattam into second, with the latter trading as the 2/1 favourite for success.

King Of Conquest is a four-year-old who has previously run well in Bahrain although it’s difficult to see how the horse will fare back on English soil, with Charlie Appleby’s charge having won the Anchorman Cup over one mile and one furlong. It will be a different type of test for a horse who won a handicap race at Wolverhampton back at the end of November.

Empirestateofmind has had a string of runner-up positions recently and perhaps that is a concern for any punter looking to back the John Quinn-trained charge, although the flip side of the argument is that the horse is capable of running into a place on a frequent basis. In the Close Brothers Handicap at Newbury on 18 April, the horse was narrowly touched off over a mile.

Majestic was able to hit the frame in a big field at Doncaster, with the Jack Channon-trained runner finishing just three lengths behind eventual winner Migration in the Pertemps Network Lincoln over one mile on heavy ground. However, we can’t rule out a big run considering the 25/1 success in the bet365 Cambridgeshire Handicap.