2023 Sweet Solera Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 12 August 2023

There are as many as ten runners who are set to line up in the 2023 Sweet Solera Stakes, with this seven-furlong encounter for two-year-olds likely to be a competitive battle. There is no clear favourite, although it could be Fallen Angel who heads the market and there is plenty to recommend the KR Burke-trained charge.

George Boughey trains Soprano who has been third in consecutive races, with Wild Goddess running after claiming the spoils last time out. The same happened for Darnation, with Carolina Reaper running for Charlie Johnston and many might consider this horse from an each-way perspective. Jabaara also won earlier this season.

2023 Sweet Solera Stakes Tips

A maximum of ten runners will go to post on Saturday in the Sweet Solera Stakes, with Fallen Angel being ridden by Danny Tudhope. The two-year-old was successful at Haydock Park in May when triumphing in a Fillies’ Novice Stakes and then followed this up with a second place in a listed race at Sandown Park.

Wild Goddess could also go well and there was a victory on the July course at Newmarket last time out, with the horse able to triumph over seven furlongs when being sent off as the 11/8 favourite. Soprano could also have claims and has been priced up among the favourites by the horse racing betting sites.

Last time out, the George Boughey-trained runner was able to score third place when finishing behind Fallen Angel at Sandown Park and that came after the same placing in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot. It was a close finish in this Group 3 clash, with the horse likely to have a chance over seven furlongs.

Darnation is another horse with a lively chance and another runner from the K R Burke stable. There was plenty to like about the charge’s victory at Thirsk last time out, with this coming by a distance of ten lengths. Carolina Reaper delivered the goods as the 7/4 favourite in a Maiden Fillies’ Stakes at Newmarket towards the end of July.