2022 Prince Of Wales's Stakes Odds - Bay Bridge favourite to land first Group One
- Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Prince Of Wales's Stakes
- This Group One takes place on day two of Royal Ascot on Wednesday 15th June
- Bay Bridge is the 11/8 favourite with bet365
- Shahryar, Mishriff and State Of Rest also feature in the market
Bay Bridge ridden by Ryan Moore wins The BetVictor London Gold Cup Handicap during Al Shaqab Lockinge Day. (Getty)
The only Group One race staged on day two at Royal Ascot is the Prince Of Wales's Stakes. Thios lucrative contest was first held at the Royal meeting in 1862 and a classy field will assemble for this year's renewal on Wednesday.
Let's take a look through the latest Prince Of Wales's Stakes betting and run through the headline entries.
2022 Prince Of Wales's Stakes Odds
|State Of Rest||8/1|
*Odds taken on 8/6/22*
2022 Prince Of Wales's Stakes Entries
Bay Bridge2022 Prince Of Wales's Stakes FavouriteGET 5/4 HERE
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Sir Michael Stoute will be hoping Bay Bridge can hand him a fifth winner of the Prince Of Wales's, some 40 years after his first winner in 1981. Bay Bridge progressed quickly last season and produced a performance of Group One standard on his reappearance in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes.
Sitting closest to the clear favourite in the betting is Japanese raider Shahryar, who was last seen handing Hideaki Fujiwara the Sheema Classic on Dubai World Cup Night. Fellow Sheema Classic winner and last year's Juddmonte International king, Mishriff sits third in the market.
Mishriff's stablemate, Lord North could return to the race he won so convincingly in 2020. He could be joined in the field by Joseph O'Brien's Cox Plate and Prix Ganay winner State Of Rest, who finished one place ahead of Lord North when third in the Tattersalls Gold Cup last time out.
Mostahdaf could renew rivalries with Bay Bridge, having been beaten five lengths in the Brigadier Gerard last month. William Haggas could run two-time Group Two winner Dubai Honour, and former Champion Stakes winner Addeybb.
Other possible Royal Ascot runners include Aidan O'Brien's trio of Mother Earth, Broome and Order Of Australia. Paddy Twomey's star, La Petite Coco has also been handed a Prince Of Wales's entry.
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