Falmouth Stakes Tips 2019 & Betting Preview
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Falmouth Stakes Trends
9/10 – Won by a horse rated 110 or higher
6/10 – Won by a four-year-old
6/10 – Won by the first or second favourite
6/10 – Had won a race that season
5/10 – Trained outside of Britain
4/10 – Won by a three-year-old
4/10 – Won by the favourite
1/10 – Won by a horse rated 109 or less
Falmouth Stakes Top Jockey
Of the active jockeys, Ryan Moore has three wins in the race.
Falmouth Stakes Top Trainer
Of the active trainers, Sir Michael Stoute has five wins in the race.
Falmouth Stakes Tips 2019
The first of two Group 1s at the July meeting at Newmarket, the Falmouth Stakes is part of the British Champions Series and is one of the most important races for fillies and mares each year. Won by the likes of Goldikova and Integral, it’s a race that can crown superstars. The British look to hold all the aces in the early markets, but we know how good Aidan O’Brien is with his fillies, with this year’s renewal looking fascinating. For runner by runner analysis and a free myracing Falmouth Stakes selection, check on site now!
When do the Falmouth Stakes tips go up?
All of our runner by runner analysis, including a tip for the race, will be up no later than 7pm on the day prior to the race.
Falmouth Stakes Betting
With this year’s Falmouth Stakes looking a highly competitive renewal, individual bookmakers will be looking to spice the pot and offer enchanced place terms and price boosts on certain runners. It pays to shop around, so you can find the best odds and deals on the Falmouth Stakes!
Falmouth Stakes Previous Winners
2018 – Alpha Centauri (4/9f)
2017 – Roly Poly (6/4f)
2016 – Alice Springs (5/2f)
2015 – Amazing Maria (17/2)
2014 – Integral (15/8f)
2013 – Elusive Kate (3/1)
2012 – Giofra (10/1)
2011 – Timepiece (16/1)
2010 – Music Show (13/2)
2009 – Goldikova (7/4f)
Falmouth Stakes Runners & Entries
This year’s betting looks wide open, with the field of eight all at prices of around 10/1 or lower. The favourite is William Haggas’ One Master, who posted a career-best on her latest start to finish third in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot. She’ll be taking on the unexposed Qabala, who finished third in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket before a recent flop in the Irish version, so she needs to bounce back.
Aidan O’Brien sends over two, with I Can Fly finishing third in the Duke Of Cambridge on her most recent outing and that form puts her in the mix. Happen is the other Irish runner, though even her best form would leave her someway short in this field on bare ratings.
Falmouth Stakes Free Bets
There is no better time to open a new account than for the best horse racing action, with plenty of bookmakers having special offers specifically for Newmarket and the July Meeting. From free bets for depositing a certain amount, or money back if your first bet is a loser, all the best free bets and offers can be found on myracing!