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Frankie Dettori Booked Rides For Today & Tomorrow At Newmarket 2023

One of flat racing’s most famous and flamboyant characters, Frankie Dettori is one of the most successful jockeys in the history of the sport. Whether you are a fan of racing, or a fan of showbiz, the chances are you have heard of the little Italian maestro.

This page is dedicated to the veteran jockey’s racing career, and provides all the information and odds on Frankie Dettori’s rides today, Frankie Dettori’s booked rides tomorrow and all of Frankie Dettori’s future rides in the biggest flat races of the season. 

We have live odds on all of Frankie Dettori’s next races, and ante-post markets for all of the biggest races that Frankie Dettori will have rides in, in the future. Check out our free bet offers from all of the biggest bookies and new betting sites in the UK, and make use of them if you fancy any of Dettori’s mounts. 

Frankie Dettori Rides Today and Tomorrow

Here we supply you with the latest information and live odds on Frankie Dettori’s booked rides for today’s and tomorrow's racing action. Dettori could be riding at any meeting throughout the world on any given day, so it is important to check in here to see where exactly he will be, and which horses he will be getting the leg up on. We provide all of the latest horse racing betting odds on all of Frankie Dettori’s next rides, and plenty of free bets to use on any of his mounts.

As soon as declarations are confirmed, we bring you the news on his booked rides and supply current odds at betting sites on all of Frankie Dettori’s rides. It is important to keep your eye on the early prices, as any horse that Dettori will ride is more than likely going to shorten in the market.


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Frankie Dettori Future Rides

This is the place to come if you are an ante post horse racing fan of the biggest flat races in the future. A jockey of the calibre of Frankie Dettori will often be booked well in advance to ride the best horses in the biggest races. Dettori has a knack of creating successful partnerships with some of the greatest horses in the history of the sport, with Golden Horn, Enable, Authorized and Stradivarius just some that come to mind.

Given the fact that Frankie Dettori forges such successful partnerships with his horses, it is worth a look in our ante-post markets for any horse that has a close partnership with Dettori, as you search for value bets in the season’s biggest races that lie ahead. So, if you suspect that one of his mounts will target a certain race in the future, get your bets in early on the best betting apps to avoid missing out on the value.

Predicting Frankie Dettori’s Rides in Big Races

Although it may not be possible to know which horses Frankie Dettori will ride in the season’s biggest races, our experts will attempt to come up with educated guesses here to help guide you in your ante-post action. Of course, any horse with Frankie Dettori may well be backed early at horse racing betting sites, so if you see a horse you like listed below, you can use our best free bet offers to get on early. 

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the 1000 Guineas?

Frankie Dettori has four wins to date in the season’s first Classic, and it will be interesting to see who he might partner in next year’s renewal. Two of his four wins came when he was retained jockey for Godolphin, and although that association is no more, it would be no surprise to see him get a ride on some of the boys in blue’s talented fillies. There is also the chance that Frankie Dettori may team up with some of Aidan O’Brien’s outsiders, something seen to great effect with, Mother Earth, in 2021. Dettori’s recent split as the number one retained rider with John and Thady Gosden may mean he misses out on rides on some of Britain’s best fillies.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the 2000 Guineas?

The 2000 Guineas is one race in which Frankie Dettori doesn’t have a brilliant record. Again, two of his three wins came for Godolphin back in the 1990s, with his third coming for another former employer, Al Shaqab Racing, with Galileo Gold in 2016. Again, his split with the Gosdens will limit his choices, although there is nothing to say that, that relationship may be rekindled before the Classics come around. He is always likely to be a popular figure for trainers and sports betting fans alike. Keep an eye on this section for any updated info on who, or for whom, Dettori may ride.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the Derby?

Amazingly, Frankie Dettori has recorded just two victories in the prestigious Epsom Derby. Those two wins came on two of the greatest horses of their era in, Authorized and Golden Horn. Recently Dettori has picked up the ride on some of Aidan O’Brien’s less-fancied horses, but he has also ridden for the likes of Ed Dunlop, Ed Walker and Aidan’s son, Donnacha. He may not get a ride on one of the favourites in next season’s Derby but is likely to pick up a very interesting outside ride that could provide value at the best apps and new bookmakers.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the Oaks?

Frankie Dettori’s reconnection with trainer, John Gosden, resulted in the pair winning the 2019 Oaks with Anapurna. This was Dettori’s fifth win in the Epsom Classic, a tally he added to when winning his sixth with Snowfall in 2021. That was once again for O’Brien, so it could be that the trainer will turn to Dettori in next year’s renewal as well. 

Dettori finished runner-up on Emily Upjohn in 2022 for the Gosdens, but given that it was his subsequent ride on the same horse at Royal Ascot that started the deterioration of their relationship, Gosden may not be on the phone to Frankie Dettori for this one.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the St Leger?

Logician’s 2019 victory was Dettori’s first win in 11 years in the final Classic of the season. Again, that was for the Gosdens, so Dettori may have to look elsewhere to grab a seventh victory in the Doncaster showpiece. Aidan O’Brien will surely have an option, but there are plenty of other trainers who could turn to Dettori, including Sir Michael Stoute, for whom he teamed up with to win the 2008 renewal with Conduit.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the Arc De Triomphe?

The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is a race that has become synonymous with Frankie Dettori, with the Italian holding the all-time record of six wins in the world-famous race. The last two of these came aboard the brilliant filly, Enable, for John Gosden in 2017 and 2018. Dettori is never short of offers from trainers around the world when it comes to the Arc, and it would be no surprise to see him pick up a ride on one of the French home contingent, or for one of the likely Japanese or Hong Kong-based raiders. Either way, it would be a good idea to keep an eye on prices on betting apps for any of his rides in the Arc.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride in the Breeders’ Cup?

The Breeders’ Cup is another meeting where Frankie Dettori will be in high demand. Dettori has a brilliant record at the US meeting, particularly in the Breeders’ Cup Turf, which he last won with the aforementioned, Enable, back in 2018. Dettori usually gets his fair share of bookings from Aidan O’Brien’s large string for the Breeders’ Cup, but he also has a good connection with leading American trainer, Wesley Ward, so he should have some great rides available to him should you be interested in Breeders' Cup betting.

Who will Frankie Dettori ride at Royal Ascot?

2022’s Royal Ascot meeting proved to be one to forget for Frankie Dettori. After some questionable rides on the likes of Emily Upjohn and Stradivarius. John Gosden publicly questioned Dettori’s performances, leading to the break-up of their successful reunion. Gosden may not back Dettori at next year’s Royal meeting, but given his brilliant ability to ride the track at Ascot, he will never be short of trainers hoping to book him on their horses. 

It is also another meeting at which Dettori has picked up rides for foreign trainers. Keep checking this page for confirmed Frankie Dettori bookings and their prices at the best betting sites for Royal Ascot, as well as all of the aforementioned big races.

Frankie Dettori Biography

Lanfranco Dettori was born on the 15th December 1970 in Milan, Italy, and is better known as Frankie. Dettori’s father was a very successful jockey in his homeland, but Dettori Jr. surpassed his old man’s achievements and then some.

Frankie Dettori made the brave decision to move to Britain’s flat racing HQ, Newmarket, at the tender age of 15, teaming up with fellow Italian trainer Luca Cumani. His obvious talent led him to become Cumani’s first-choice jockey not long after.

In 1993, Dettori landed the job of number one jockey for the world-renowned Godolphin setup, which was still in its infancy. Fast forward 18 years, and after massive Group 1 success around the world, Dettori and Godolphin ended their partnership.

Of course, you cannot talk about the flamboyant Dettori without mentioning his record-breaking seven-timer at Ascot in 1996. Dettori went through the card that day, instantly becoming a huge name in the sports betting industry around the world.

That was probably his first taste of celebrity status, and he continued to make a successful transition into the mainstream media, with TV appearances on the likes of ‘A Question of Sport’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’.

In 2004, Dettori was involved in a plane crash in which the pilot of the light aircraft died. Dettori was extremely lucky to survive, and he managed to work his way back to fitness and continue riding at the highest level across the world.

Dettori eventually became retained rider for Al Shaqab racing in 2013, but after a successful period, the combination parted company in 2018, with the owners announcing they would be concentrating their setup in French racing. 

This, again, meant Dettori would have to go freelance, but with most trainers and owners having retained riders at the time, it was hard to get a look in when it came to getting rides on the top horses of the time.

It was a reunion with an old supporter, John Gosden, that eventually got Dettori back to the top table, but that partnership also ended in a public spat at Royal Ascot in 2022 after Gosden had questioned some of Dettori’s rides on his horses at the meeting.

Dettori has had an incredible career to date. The master of the ‘flying dismount’ has been champion jockey in Britain on three occasions and has won over 500 Group races. He has amassed 21 Classic wins and holds the record for the most ‘Arc’ wins with six. It has been a wild but immensely successful career, and there are no signs of him slowing down just yet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Frankie Dettori riding today?

Frankie Dettori could be riding at any course across Britain on any given day, and there is always a chance that he could be anywhere throughout the world given his global status. This page will keep you updated on all of Frankie Dettori’s rides for today’s action.

How tall is Frankie Dettori?

Frankie Dettori is 5ft 4in tall. This is a pretty standard height for flat jockeys, and Dettori has used his ideal stature for racing to great effect over his career. He remains one of the most sought-after jockeys in the world.

How old is Frankie Dettori?

Frankie Dettori was born on 15th December 1970. It is not a huge surprise for flat jockeys to ride well into their 50s, but given Dettori’s controversial history and celebrity status, many would be forgiven for thinking he would not have got here.

How much is Frankie Dettori worth?

Frankie Dettori is said to be worth a staggering £14 million. Riding at the top table of flat racing for so many years has helped him accumulate his fortune, as have his forays in to the mainstream celebrity world. A successful racing season could still see him rake in over £1 million per year.

Where does Frankie Dettori live?

Like so many jockeys and trainers, Frankie Dettori lives near Newmarket in Suffolk. Newmarket is known as the home of flat racing in England, and Dettori lives close to all of the famous gallops of the area with his wife and five children.

Has Frankie Dettori won the Grand National?

No. Frankie Dettori is a flat racing jockey, and they prefer to keep their horse’s feet on the ground! If ever a flat jockey were to tackle the big fences of the Grand National, it would surely be the larger than life Dettori.

How many Classics has Frankie Dettori won?

Frankie Dettori has recorded a massive 21 British Classic wins in his illustrious career. Four 1000 Guineas, three 2000 Guineas, six wins in both the Oaks and St Leger but a little surprisingly just the two Derbies in his time.

When did Frankie Dettori ride 7 winners?

Frankie Dettori’s now legendary seven-timer came on Saturday, 28th September 1996. Dettori rode all seven winners on a competitive Saturday card at Ascot racecourse, a feat that will live long in the memory of racing fans and sports fans alike for years to come.

How much does Frankie Dettori earn per race?

All flat jockeys receive a rate of about £120 per ride. This may seem like very poor pay, and it is. It is in the near 7% winning ride share that most jockeys make their money, particularly those of Frankie Dettori’s stature.