2024 Cammidge Trophy Betting Odds at Doncaster racecourse

Saturday, 23 March 2024

Baradar makes a seasonal debut and the six-year-old is favourite to win the Cammidge Trophy Stakes, with George Boughey training a runner who was able to land a couple of victories earlier this season. Marshman has also been respected by the layers, with the four-year-old also likely to be a popular betting selection.

Montassib runs for trainer William Haggas and the six-year-old was a winner in a previous encounter. Charles Hills trains Orazio who could go well over six furlongs, with four other runners entered into the race. Sophia’s Starlight might end up being the each-way runner and much depends on how the horses tackle the soft ground.

2024 Cammidge Trophy Stakes Tips

Baradar delivered a below-par performance when finishing dead last at Ascot in October 2023, although the horse previously impressed at Ascot and Doncaster Racecourse which means that he could return to the winners enclosure here. In July 2023, the horse was able to triumph against twenty-four other runners before a victory at a shorter price in September.

The George Boughey-trained charge has already demonstrated his ability over this distance and the previous win at Doncaster saw the horse make excellent headway from two furlongs out to claim a victory. David Egan will be on board the runner who actually has an inferior overall rating compared to the other two horses.

Marshman has been out of action for the best part of a year, although there’s a reasonable case for the four-year-old who finished eighth out of ten runners at Sandown Park. The horse was sent off as the 3/1 favourite to win the Coral Charge although found the five furlong track a little on the stiff side, with the horse previously seventh out of seventeen runners in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Montassib was the winner at York Racecourse where the runner was able to achieve a victory over six furlongs, with William Haggas training a horse who actually started the race slowly before finding his stride. The horse previously finished fifth out of twenty-four charges at Ayr Racecourse, with the runner finishing eighth behind Baradar at Ascot.