2023 Doncaster Fillies Nursery Handicap Betting Odds at Doncaster racecourse

Thursday, 14 September 2023

The 2023 St Leger meeting starts on Thursday 14 September and there are eight races including the British Stallion Studs EBF "Carrie Red" Fillies' Nursery Handicap. This encounter is scheduled to go off at 1.50pm and there are lots of horses who stand a chance of securing a victory, with punters likely to approach this race from an each-way point-of-view.

Cry Fiction is the highest rated horse although the runner is priced much bigger than several other contenders, with Sayidh Kingman and Chic Colombine among the market leaders. Summit could also go well, with Bellarchi and Hot Front trading at single figure betting odds. It could be interesting to see which way the market goes.

2023 Fillies' Nursery Handicap Tips

This is an exciting two-year-old encounter for fillies and it’s tough to find a winner from the runners and riders who are lining up. Chic Colombine has claimed back to back successes and will now be bidding for a three-timer, with the George Boughey-trained charge having won at Newcastle at the end of June before more recently landing a win at Haydock in early September.

Sayidh Kingman was also successful last time out and will now be bidding to demonstrate her class as a two-year-old, with Charlie Johnston training a runner who will have William Buick on board. There was plenty to like about a victory on the all-weather at Kempton Park where the horse obliged by over three lengths in a six furlong encounter.

Summit is saddled by William Haggas and is also prominent in the betting market, with the two-year-old last seen running at Carlisle when finishing fourth out of nine runners. This came after finishing second in a Novice Stakes on the July Course at Newmarket, with the horse making her bow finishing third at Haydock Park.

Flaccianello is the second-highest rated horse in the field, with the Richard Fahey-trained runner having scored a victory last time out. In the British EBF Fillies' Nursery Handicap, the charge was able to oblige by one and a quarter furlongs, with this coming over six furlongs at Newmarket Racecourse and there was also a win at Catterick in early June.