2022 Epsom Derby Preview & Best Betting Odds

Epsom Derby Betting Odds

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2: Desert Crown

J: Richard Kingscote

T: Sir Michael Stoute


15: Stone Age

J: Ryan Moore

T: A P O'Brien


10: Nations Pride

J: William Buick

T: Charlie Appleby


1: Changingoftheguard

J: Wayne Lordan

T: A P O'Brien


11: Piz Badile

J: Frankie Dettori

T: D A O'Brien


14: Star Of India

J: Seamie Hefferman

T: A P O'Brien


16: Walk Of Stars

J: James Doyle

T: Charlie Appleby


17: Westover

J: Rob Hornby

T: Ralph Beckett


9: Nahanni

J: Adam Kirby

T: Charlie Appleby


12: Royal Patronage

J: Jason Hart

T: C & M Johnston


18: West Wind Blows

J: Jack Mitchell

T: S & E Crisford


13: Sonny Liston

J: Tom Marquand

T: Charles Hills


8: Masekela

J: Jason Watson

T: Andrew Balding


5: Glory Daze

J: Ronan Whelan

T: A Oliver


6: Grand Alliance

J: Daniel Tudhope

T: Charlie Fellowes


7: Hoo Ya Mal

J: David Probert

T: Andrew Balding


3: El Habeeb

J: J F Egan

T: J S Moore



About the Epsom Derby

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Massive crowds of over 125,000 are expected to flock to the famous Epsom Downs racecourse over the two days of the eagerly-awaited Derby Festival this weekend and the event will be given extra poignancy due to the recent death of popular nine-times Derby-winning jockey Lester Piggott. Not only that but the event will take place in the midst of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations and this will add much to the occasion as the nation gets into party mode.

The two-day meeting includes two of the most famous Classics on the UK racing calendar, namely The Oaks and The Derby. The latter is the most famous and most prestigious of the five Classics and it takes place at 4:30pm on Saturday 4th June, exactly 24 hours after The Oaks.

The Epsom Derby is restricted to three-year-old colts and fillies although it is very rare for fillies to actually partake in the contest, the majority of them taking their place in The Oaks on Friday afternoon.

Full coverage of the 2022 Epsom Derby will once again be provided by ITV who will cover five races on each day including The Oaks, The Derby and The Coronation Cup. The Derby is the most valuable race in the country, the total prize totalling £1.5 million with over £850,000 going to the winner.


Previous Epsom Derby Winners


2021  –  Adayar

2020  –  Serpentine

2019  –  Anthony Van Dyck

2018  –  Masar

2017  –  Wings Of Eagles

2016  –  Harzand

2015  –  Golden Horn

2014  –  Australia

2013  –  Ruler Of The World

2012  –  Camelot

2011  –  Pour Moi

2010  –  Workforce