Horse Racing

Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes 2023 Betting Tips and Predictions

As mentioned in the odds preview, the highlight of the day on Friday at Newmarket is the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes, which is a Group 1 contest, run over a mile.

Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes
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The Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes is up there with the best races of the season as far as the fillies and mares are concerned. There are some high-quality horses set to go to post here, but who comes out on top?

Our Betting Tips and Predictions for the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes

See below for our best tips and predictions ahead of the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes:

Our Best Prediction: Remarquee @ 5/1

There really is lots to like about Remarquee, who arrives here off the back of what was a fantastic effort last time out. As touched on upon in the overall meeting tips, she got to within a length of the best filly in the land, and that is form that should be highly respected. She’s now rated 111 off the back of that effort, so on ratings, she has a little bit to make up with Via Sistina, but with the drop back in trip not absolutely sure to play to that runner’s strengths, I think Remarquee is being a little overlooked in the early betting.

A repeat of her Royal Ascot run would surely see her lay down a strong challenge, and if she steps forward and improves, which she may well do having had only four runs, then it would be no surprise to see her come home in front. With the market the way it is currently, the mount of Rob Hornby is easy to back as far as I’m concerned.

Our Each Way Prediction: Prosperous Voyage @ 10/1

Prosperous Voyage won this race last year, upsetting the odds to come home in front at 16/1. That was something of a surprise victory and she’s not exactly kicked on a bundle since. However, running for the same trainer as Remarquee, she does arrive here off the back of a solid effort in Group 2 company at Ascot last time out, while we know she likes it here. What’s more, Group 1 it may be, but this race isn’t exactly the strongest Tattersalls there’s ever been, especially in terms of depth, so maybe early odds of 10/1 underrate the defending champion?

Not only did she win this race last season, but she beat a couple of these at Epsom in June, so if pushed for an each-way punt ahead of this race, the three-time winning four-year-old is where my money will be going.

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