2023 bet365 Trophy Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Friday, 14 July 2023

Live Your Dream hasn’t tasted a victory in recent outings although the six-year-old is trading as the favourite to win the bet365 Trophy, with this encounter taking place one mile and six furlongs at Newmarket Racecourse. This is a Class 2 race with HMS President also among the favourites to win, while Kihavah is an interesting runner who has assembled a string of victories.

There could be as many as eighteen runners for this race over a fairly long distance and a strong test of stamina is guaranteed. Look out for Teumessias Fox who could be capable of a big run over this distance, with the latest betting odds giving you a chance to bet win-only or alternatively go for an each-way selection in the field.

2023 Bet365 Trophy Tips

Can Live Your Dream prove to be an each-way bet to nothing for this race? The six-year-old is clearly talented and the latest outing was at the 2023 Royal Ascot meeting. Being sent off at odds of 11/1, the horse performed well in the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes when finishing narrowly behind winner Okita Soushi and HMS President.

Interestingly, the latter also lines up in this race. Alan King saddles a runner who can’t be discounted based on that performance and the horse previously demonstrated bags of ability when landing a victory in the Howden Handicap. Indeed, the horse has become capable of hitting the frame on a consistent basis and could be a good each-way pick.

Aimeric is a four-year-old with a win to their name this season, with the Roger Varian-trained charge having scored at Doncaster Racecourse earlier this term and was then eighth in the Duke of Edinburgh Stakes. However, we’re more than taken by the recent form of Kihavah and perhaps this one is worth a second look.

Three consecutive wins can’t be knocked and they have come at Market Rasen, York and Ayr. The latest of these in Scotland saw the 13/8 favourite land the spoils by a head when winning over one mile and five furlongs, while the runner was able to oblige at York when obliging in the Queen Mother’s Cup Handicap over one mile and four furlongs.