2021 Royal Ascot Odds

Royal Ascot 2021 Odds

Royal Ascot is the showcase event for the very best thoroughbred flat racing in Europe and one of the highlights of the season. With 35 races over five days including eight Group 1’s, it is widely regarded as the finest flat race meeting in the world. There are stakes races for all age groups over a wide range of distances and some of the most competitive handicaps of the year.

As well as the established stars like three-time Gold Cup winner Stradivarius and sprint king Battaash, the cream of this season’s Classic generation will clash in the St James’s Palace Stakes and the Coronation Stakes. With so many top level races to study, our Royal Ascot Odds page will keep you right up-to-date with the best value on offer.

Royal Ascot Day 1 Odds

2.30 pm Queen Anne Stakes

The traditional curtain raiser to Royal Ascot is the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes over a mile. Palace Pier was cut to 7-4 favourite after his impressive reappearance win at Sandown and could give Frankie Dettori a flying start.

3.40 pm King’s Stand Stakes

The Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes over five furlongs was won in brilliant fashion by Battaash in 2020. He is 3-1 ante-post favourite to repeat his victory but could face tough opposition from Glass Slippers and Oxted.

4.15 pm St James’s Palace Stakes

The 2000 Guineas is often the best form guide to the Group 1 St James’s Palace Stakes so it is no surprise to see Poetic Flare and Master Of The Seas dominating the market at around 4-1. They were separated by a short-head at Newmarket and a thrilling rematch could be on the cards.

Royal Ascot Day 2 Odds

2.30 pm Queen Mary Stakes

Aidan O’Brien’s Tenebrism earned quotes of 9-2 for the Queen Mary after winning impressively on her debut at Naas in March. Stable companion Contarelli Chapel also features among early Ascot tips after a wide-margin victory at the same course.

4.15 pm Prince Of Wales’s Stakes

Lord North defeated Addeybb in this race in 2020 and notched his first victory since when winning at Meydan in March. He has been installed as 9-4 favourite to become the fourth horse to win the race twice following Connaught (1969-70), Mtoto (1987-88) and Muhtarram (1994-95).

4.50 pm Royal Hunt Cup

The Royal Hunt Cup is one of the most prestigious one mile handicaps of the season with several bookmakers offering each-way down to sixth place. Last year’s race was won by Dark Vision who subsequently won a Group 2 in Germany.

Royal Ascot Day 3 Odds

3.05 pm Hampton Court Stakes

The Group 3 Hampton Court Stakes has been won by some very smart three-year-olds including Godolphin’s Hawkbill (2016) and Benbatl (2017). Both subsequently won at Group 1 level so Godolphin’s entries are certainly worth noting for your Royal Ascot day 3 tips.

3.40 pm Ribblesdale Stakes

The Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes regularly attracts fillies who ran well in the Epsom Oaks. The Gosden stable have won three of the last four renewals with Frankly Darling taking the prize last year under Frankie Dettori.

4.15 pm Ascot Gold Cup

Stradivarius was cut to 6-4 favourite to equal the four Gold Cup victories of Yeats after a smooth comeback win at Ascot. Trainer Mark Johnston will be trying his best to deny Stradivarius with promising stayers Subjectivist and Sir Ron Priestley.

Royal Ascot Day 4 Odds

3.05 pm King Edward VII Stakes

The King Edward VII Stakes could be on the agenda for colts who ran in the Epsom Derby. Japan followed this path successfully for Aidan O’Brien in 2019 and the Ballydoyle trainer is likely to be strongly represented again this season.

3.40 pm Commonwealth Cup

Ascot ante-post betting has been quiet for this Group 1 contest with bookmakers making American raider Campanelle a best-priced 7-1 favourite. Wesley Ward trained her to win the Queen Mary Stakes last season and this would appear to be the obvious target.

4.15 pm Coronation Stakes

The winners of the 1000 Guineas have a great record here and Mother Earth was made 4-1 favourite after her impressive Newmarket victory. Her possible rivals include Joseph O’Brien’s leading two-year-old Pretty Gorgeous who missed the Guineas after a minor setback.

Royal Ascot Day 5 Odds

3.40 pm Hardwicke Stakes

Entries from the Sir Michael Stoute stable will be worth noting here as the Newmarket trainer seeks to add to his remarkable eleven Hardwicke victories. His most recent success came with Crystal Ocean in 2018, ridden by Ryan Moore.

4.15 pm Diamond Jubilee Stakes

Seven-year-old Dream Of Dreams will feature in plenty of Ascot tips for this race having been beaten in a photo-finish for the past two seasons. Cape Of Good Hope (2005) is the only horse of his age group to win this race.

4.50 pm Wokingham Stakes

The Wokingham Stakes is one of the most competitive sprint handicaps of the season and has thrown up plenty of surprise results. Hey Jonesy provided an 18-1 shock last year and could bid to become the first dual winner since Selhurstparkflyer (1997-1998).

Our Best Ascot Betting Offers

We will be posting the best Ascot betting offers here throughout the meeting. Whether it is Ascot free bets for new customers or enhanced place terms, we will do our best to seek out the best value. Most leading bookmakers offer extra places for each-way bets on the big Ascot handicaps like the Royal Hunt Cup and the Wokingham. There will also be price boosts on the big race favourites and we shall be highlighting the best value Ascot tips from our resident experts. Stay with us for the best five days of flat racing in the British racing calendar!