Wokingham Stakes Odds

The Wokingham Stakes, run at Royal Ascot, is one of the hottest handicaps of the prestigious and legendary Royal festival of racing.

The famous Flat racing Festival brings together the rich, famous and eberyday race fans to sample and punt on some of the best racing of the year.

Run on the Saturday of the meeting the Wokingham Stakes provides punters with a fascinating undercard to the feature race of the day which is the Golden Jubilee Sprint, which is run over the same six furlong distance but is classified as a Group One race.

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Run over six furlongs and always contested by a bumper field, the race is named after a small Market town on the outskirts of Ascot, unsurprisingly, called Wokingham. Established since 1864, the race is perhaps the most prestigious handicap run at Ascot throughout the season and is certainly the most lucrative.

In modern days the race is famed for being close to punters hearts due to the huge field, big priced horses and plenty of studying the form-book to undertake.

Due to the big-field nature of the race, punters always lay a heavy bias to the draw and the stats suggest that being drawn higher than stall 20 is the key.

Over 60% of winners have been drawn there in the last 40 years.

The 2012 renewal was run on arguably one of the most anticipated Saturday's in Royal Ascot history as Black Caviar came across from Australia to successfully defend her unbeaten record.

The Wokingham was won by Irish-trained speedster Dandy Boy, who despite carrying a shed load of weight and not used to racing over six furlongs, ran out an impressive winner.

His odds of 33/1 also left the bookmakers smiling after a torrid week of gambles being landed all over the place.