The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

Fri 19th June 202016:40Handicap1m 3f 211y


1stScarlet DragonHollie DoyleA King
2nd0.5DejaAndrea AtzeniP W Chapple-Hyam
3rd1.5West End CharmerW BuickM Johnston
4th3.5Le Don De VieR L MooreH Morrison
5th2.25IndianapolisB A CurtisJ G Given
6th1.25Medal WinnerOisin MurphyArchie Watson
7th1Protected GuestT P QueallyG G Margarson
8th0.5DurstonJim CrowleyD M Simcock
9th0.5Dubai FutureP CosgraveS bin Suroor
10th2Al MuffrihTom MarquandW J Haggas
11th3.25Johnny DramaJoshua BryanA M Balding
12th1.5GetchagetchagetchaA KirbyC G Cox
13th2Good BirthdayS De SousaA M Balding
14th99Dolphin VistaS W KellyJ R Boyle
El MiskUnknownUnknown  
Universal OrderUnknownUnknown  
Dal HorrisgleUnknownUnknown  
Byron FlyerUnknownUnknown  

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About the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes is a handicap run over 1 mile 4 furlongs. Entry is open to 3-year-old and above thoroughbreds. The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes was previously known as the Bessborough Stakes, and was renamed in 1999 in honour of Prince Phillip.

Betting on the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes has been dominated by 4 and 5-year olds, so don’t waste your time banking on older or younger horses. Other than this steer clear of horses hyped by the market, and look for solid middle distance runners who have performed well under weights equivalent to what they’ll be carrying on the day at Ascot.