Sussex Stakes Odds
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How To Bet On the Sussex Stakes
Here at HorseRacing.net we give you all the information on how to place at bet on the Sussex Stakes
When is the Sussex Stakes?
The 2023 Sussex Stakes will take place on Wednesday 2 August — the second day of Glorious Goodwood. The festival happens each year around late July/early August, and is in the diary for 1–5 August 2023.
Where can I watch the Sussex Stakes?
The Sussex Stakes will be available to watch on ITV Racing and Racing TV as part of the channels’ full coverage of Glorious Goodwood. Many horse racing betting sites also let those with funded accounts stream the race live, direct from the sportsbook.
Who is the most successful jockey in the Sussex Stakes?
Sir Gordon Richards is the most successful jockey in the Sussex Stakes. He’s picked up eight wins in total on the following horses:
- Marconigram – 1928
- Corpach – 1936
- Pascal – 1937
- Radiotherapy – 1946
- Combat – 1947
- Krakatoa – 1949
- Le Sage – 1951
- Agitator – 1952
Who is the most successful trainer in the Sussex Stakes?
Sir Henry Cecil is the most successful trainer in the Sussex Stakes, with seven wins to his name thanks to the following horses:
- Bolkonski – 1975
- Wollow – 1976
- Kris – 1979
- Distant View – 1994
- Ali-Royal – 1997
- Frankel – 2011 and 2012
Who is the most iconic winner of the Sussex Stakes?
While we’re sure there are plenty of other opinions, we think Frankel is one of the most iconic horses to win the Sussex Stakes. Widely regarded as one of the GOATs, Frankel was trained by Sir Henry Cecil and remained undefeated throughout his 14-race career. He picked up a win at the Sussex Stakes in 2011 and 2012, ridden by Tom Queally on both occasions.
Are there any trials for the Sussex Stakes?
Yes, there are usually trials for the Sussex Stakes. Royal Ascot, taking place a month or two before in June, is also somewhat of a bellwether for which horses are going to perform well at Glorious Goodwood.