2024 Summer Stakes Betting Odds at York racecourse

Friday, 12 July 2024

There’s a Group 3 encounter taking place on 12 July, with Unequal Love having claimed two victories this season and the four-year-old could take all the beating for this race. William Haggas will hope his charge continues on an upward trajectory, while Raqiya could pose a stubborn test and there was a victory last time out for his horse.

Adaay In Devon has won three times this season and has plenty of experience under his belt, with Great Generation victorious last time out. Pink Crystal and Funny Story also trade at single figure prices and this looks to be a betting race with a big field, with the bookies potentially offering extra places for this contest.

2024 Summer Stakes Tips

It’s almost certain that Unequal Love will go off as favourite for the William Hill Summer Stakes, with the four-year-old having ran well this season. There have been three outings, with the horse having won at Newmarket in early May before a fifth-placed finish at the Curragh before a stunning victory at the Royal Ascot meeting.

In the Wokingham Stakes on Day Five of the meeting, the William Haggas-trained runner was able to oblige by half a length. However, there are lots of lively opponents including Raqiya and the three-year-old was able to score for trainer Owen Burrows last time out. This was at Salisbury when fending off five other rivals.

Adaay In Devon has an impressive strike rate, with the three-year-old having won three of his six outings this season. Rod Millman saw his charge triumph at Sandown in the middle of June when obliging as the 11/8 favourite in a five-furlong listed race. There was previously a third-placed finish in the Carnarvon Stakes at Newbury Racecourse in May.

Great Generation was also triumphant on his previous outing, with the three-year-old running for trainer Marco Botti. Eight other contenders were beaten at Lingfield when the horse won the William Hill Chartwell Fillies’ Stakes, with this coming after a solid run at Deauville in the Prix Imprudence when finishing fourth out of seven.