Carlisle Bell

The Carlisle Bell is a historic race that takes place every year in June at the Carlisle Racecourse over a distance of 7 furlongs and 173 yards (1,566 metres). It is held alongside another historic race, the Cumberland Plate.

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Carlisle Bell Odds

Here are the latest odds for the Carlisle Bell in June 2023:

  • There is no open book of odds in the ante-post market for this event yet

Carlisle Bell Tips

Here are some tips for Carlisle Bell in June 2023:

  • 2 points to win for TBC at odds of TBC
  • 1 point each way for TBC at odds of TBC

The horses in the Carlisle Bell can also be seen in other races throughout the year. Watch the horses to see how they place or make your bets on ante-post betting.

Carlisle Bell Previous Winners

Year Winner Age Jockey Trainer
2013 Silvery Moon 6 Robert Winston Tim Easterby
2014 Johnno 5 Adrian Nicholls David Nicholls
2015 Ifwecan 4 Joe Fanning Mark Johnston
2016 Edgar Balthazar 4 Philip Makin Keith Dalgleish
2017 Carnageo 4 Paul Hanagan Richard Fahey
2018 Waarif 5 Conor McGovern David O’Meara
2019 Rousayan 8 David Egan Roger Fell
no race 2020 [b]
2021 Chichester 4 Joe Fanning Keith Dalgleish
2022 Invincibly 4 Clifford Lee Karl Burke

Betting On The Carlisle Bell

You have a wide option of ways to bet on the Carlisle Bell, whether that’s betting online or at the betting stalls located around the course.

Betting close to race time could be a risk due to internet and wifi connections being poor at many racecourses so we do recommend you bet in advance.

Our recommended betting links are below:

Best Carlisle Bell Betting Sites

Here are the most popular free bets for Carlisle Bell betting:

Summary of Carlisle Bell

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