The 2023 edition of the Oaks is now just under 24 hours away at the time of writing and we take you through how the market looked for the race at Epsom Downs carded to go off at 16:30 on Friday afternoon…
If you are a punter that likes a bit of romance when studying the form and placing a bet then no doubt your eyes will be drawn towards the horse Frankie Dettori is set to ride. The superstar jockey is set to retire later this year and he has Soul Sister who is the 5/2 second-favourite.
Our Horse Racing tipster Owen McMahon has already put up his the Oaks Tips column and this is his choice. Expect plenty of action and the price to continue to drop for this daughter of the great Frankel.
The top choice in the betting however will be ridden by Ryan Moore and it is the A P O’Brien trained Savethelastdance. This three-year-old is two from two this year winning both times in impressive fashion. She’s flirting with going odds-on but as of 16:42 on Thursday afternoon, we are 6/5.
Owen also likes the chances of 11/2 shot Running Lion. Four straight wins is never a bad thing and she might be getting overlooked due to the attention being focused on stablemate Soul Sister but if you are looking away from the two top in the betting then this isn’t a bad shout.
Outside of these three and you are looking at 12/1 for the next option with Eternal Hope for Charlie Appleby who also sends out 18/1 shot Heartache Tonight.
After that we get very much to the outsiders with three horses priced up at 33/1 in Red Riding Hood, Be Happy and Caernarfon. Bright Diamond is available to back at 40s with Maman Joon and Sea of Roses ranked as the longshots both available at 50s.
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