2023 Flying Childers Stakes Betting Odds at Doncaster racecourse

Friday, 15 September 2023

We’ve got a five-furlong dash taking place on Day Two of the St Leger meeting, with the Flying Childers Stakes boasting some quality runners and it will be interesting to see who goes off favourite. The Kevin Philippart De Foy-trained charge won last time out, although Big Evs has been in the winners’ enclosure on two occasions this season.

The same applies to Kylian who has had a bunch of experience this season and could go well with Ryan Moore on board, while Richard Fahey trains Malc who will be bidding to bounce back after a disappointing sixth place last time out. Dawn Charger is from the same stable as Kylian, with Valiant Force another talented two-year-old setting up for a big run.

2023 Flying Childers Stakes Tips

Inquisitively appears to be coming nicely to the boil right now, with the two-year-old having run extremely well at York last time out. Kevin Philippart De Foy saddles a runner who was able to see off a field of nine other runners, with the horse winning the Julia Graves Rose Stakes when fending off favourite Purosangue by two lengths.

Back in June, the horse was sent off at odds of 18/1 before claiming third place in the Windsor Castle Stakes and it was interesting that the winner that day was Big Evs. Sent off at 20/1, the two-year-old was able to achieve a stunning three-length victory and that was before another mighty success at Glorious Goodwood.

The bookmakers respected the Michael Appleby-trained runner to the extent that the horse was sent off as the 9/4 joint-favourite, with Purosangue beaten by a neck and it’s plausible that this runner will go off as market leader. Kylian is bidding to return to the winners’ enclosure after previously claiming wins at Newcastle and Sandown.

The horse was then third in the Molecomb Stakes before a disappointing effort in the Gimcrack Stakes, with Malc also an interesting runner who might have underwhelmed as the favourite in the Kingdom of Bahrain July Stakes although this was a competitive race and perhaps the shorter distance of five furlongs might be more to his liking.