The Palace House Stakes is a Group 3 race for three-year-olds and upwards over five furlongs.
The Palace House Stakes takes place on the 4th of May 2024.
It takes place at Newmarket in late April or early May at the Guineas Festival meeting. Sole Power (2013, 2014) and Mabs Cross (2018, 2019) are the only dual winners of the race.
Other notable winners include Lochsong (1994), Mayson (2012) and Marsha (2017).
Find out more about the Palace House Stakes:
- 1 Overview – The Palace House Stakes
- 2 Palace House Stakes 2023 Odds
- 3 Palace House Stakes Tips
- 4 Famous Palace House Stakes Winners
- 5 Key Palace House Stakes Trials
- 6 Palace House Stakes Betting Trends
- 7 Palace House Stakes – Top Trainers and Jockeys
- 8 Betting on the Palace House Stakes
- 9 Palace House Stakes Previous Result
- 10 Popular Questions
- 11 Summary of Palace House Stakes
Overview – The Palace House Stakes
The Palace House Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race for horses aged three and up.
It takes place in late April or early May on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket over a distance of 5 furlongs.
Palace House Stakes 2023 Odds
Here are the latest odds for the Palace House Stakes in May 2023:
- There is no open book of odds in the ante-post market for this event yet
Palace House Stakes Tips
Here are some tips for Palace House Stakes in May 2023:
- 2 points to win for TBC at odds of TBC
- 1 point each way for TBC at odds of TBC
Some of the horses in the Palace House Stakes will run in other events later in the year. Stay updated on the horses and place ante-post bets if you want to wager on them.
For more horse racing tips on events taking place at Newmarket Racecourse, take a look at our Newmarket racing tips guide.
Famous Palace House Stakes Winners
The Palace House Stakes was first run in 1961 with victory going to Galivanter. The race was awarded Group 3 status in 1971 and has held that status ever since. The Palace House Stakes is often on the agenda of the leading sprinters and the roll of honour is littered with Group 1 winning sprinters.
1994 winner Lochsong was trained by Ian Balding and ridden by Frankie Dettori. The brilliant mare won fifteen of her 27 starts. She worked her way up the handicap in 1992, taking the Stewards Cup, Portland Handicap and Ayr Gold Cup. Lochsong then established herself as the Champion Sprinter of Europe in 1993, winning the King George, Nunthorpe and Prix de l’Abbaye. She won here prior to adding the King’s Stand Stakes, a second King George and Prix de l’Abbaye in 1994.
Speedsters to win here since 2000 include Pipalong (2000), Kyllachy (2002), Frizzante (2004), Avonbridge (2005) and Equiano (2010).
Mayson won here in 2012 for Richard Fahey and Paul Hanagan and went on to win the Group 1 July Cup at Newmarket. Sole Power became the first dual winner in 2013 and 2014 and was joined on that mark by Mabs Cross (2018, 2019). 2017 winner Marsha went on to win the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes at York for Sir Mark Prescott.
Key Palace House Stakes Trials
Previous course form can be a factor in this race with all but one of the last twelve winners having already raced at Newmarket.
Eight of those had chalked up at least one victory on the track.
Runners from the Abernant Stakes at the Craven meeting often reappear in the Palace House, Mayson winning both races in 2012.
Six of the last twelve Palace House winners have run next in the Temple Stakes at Haydock. Profitable won both races in 2016 while Sole Power (2014) won the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot and Khaadem (2022) won the King George Stakes at Goodwood.
Palace House Stakes Betting Trends
Three favourites and one joint-favourite have been successful in the last twelve renewals of this race.
Only two of those winners did not feature in the first three in the betting; Profitable (2016) won at 20-1 and Marsha (2017) at 8-1.
Four-year-olds have the best recent record with five wins in eight seasons.
Six of the last twelve winners had been successful at least once in Group race company.
Palace House Stakes – Top Trainers and Jockeys
Remarkably, no trainer or jockey has managed to win this race more than twice.
Similarly, Edward Lynam and Michael Dods are among a legion of two-time winning trainers in the Palace House.
Betting on the Palace House Stakes
The Palace House Stakes regularly produces subsequent Group 1 winning sprinters. It typically attracts a strong field with plenty of opportunities for each-way backers. Shock results are rare and it usually pays to concentrate on the first three in the betting market.
Palace House Stakes Previous Result
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Where does the Palace House Stakes take place?
The Palace House Stakes takes place on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket Racecourse.
Summary of Palace House Stakes
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