Yes. The context is female jockeys in horse racing, and so we turn to Alasdair Brown and Fuyu Yang in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization:
Male and female jockeys compete side-by-side in horse racing.
Betting market prices provide a window onto society’s beliefs about female ability.
Women are slightly underestimated, winning 0.3% more races than the market predicts.
Underestimation is greater in jump racing, where female participation is low.