2022 Lowther Stakes Betting Odds at York racecourse

Thursday, 18 August 2022

There could be as many as twenty-two horses lining up in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes, with the top horse racing betting sites having a big number of extra each-way places for this race. It means that you can back more than one horse and get paid out if your horse finishes fourth, fifth or even sixth in this race.

We’re really looking forward to this six furlong dash at the Knavesmire, with Dramatised having secured two wins this season and she could go up against Meditate who looks like another talented two-year-old, although another horse could spring from the pack.

2022 Sky Bet Lowther Stakes Tips

It’s often unpredictable betting on a horse race that involves two-year-olds considering that there could be some horses lurking near the bottom of the order who have the potential to produce a brilliant performance. However, Dramatised has set the benchmark and she’s the bookmaker favourite to win the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes.

The two-year-old was sent off as the 9/4 favourite in the EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes at Newmarket on 29 April 2022, with the horse achieving a four-length victory when being given a great ride by jockey Danny Tudhope. There was then a victory at the 2022 Royal Ascot meeting which heralded a bright future.

Dramatised was able to win the Queen Mary Stakes and it was a fairly convincing win over five furlongs and it was a victory by nearly two lengths, with Meditate boasting a similar record and potentially having the advantage of three races compared to her opponents’ two.

Ryan Moore is likely to be on board and the crack jockey was riding when the horse won the Albany Stakes, with the runner enjoying a victory of nearly two lengths over Mawj, with this being on good to firm ground at Royal Ascot over six furlongs.

Mawj will once again line up for this horse race and she has subsequently gone on to win the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes when jockey Ray Dawson was able to give her a tremendous spin to beat race favourite Lezoo.