2023 Cheveley Park Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 30 September 2023

The leading horse racing betting sites are finding it hard to split leading pair Ramatuelle and Relief Rally for the Cheveley Park Stakes and it will be interesting to see which way the money goes as the race approaches. There is set to be a big field lining up for a showdown for fillies, with Cherry Blossom and Porta Fortuna also among the leading horses.

There are some talented two-year-olds set to line up over six furlongs, with Newmarket Racecourse hosting a Group One encounter that has attracted some star names. The field has achieved a number of notable victories between them, with Ramatuelle shading it on the official rating but the betting is wide open.

2023 Cheveley Park Stakes Tips

Ramatuelle makes the journey from France to line up in the 2023 Cheveley Park Stakes, with Christopher Head hoping that her French racing form translates well at Newmarket. There have been some eye-catching performances leading up to the encounter, with a second-placed finish recorded in the Sumbe Prix Morny in Deauville.

Previously to this, there was a win in the Prix Robert Papin at short odds over six furlongs and this came after a victory in the Group 3 Prix du Bois Longines - Fonds Europeen de l'Elevage. However, Relief Rally is also a leading contender and it’s hard to crab the form of a filly who has won four of her five outings which means she’s among the favourites.

Tom Marquand was able to steer the filly to a success in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes when touching off Cherry Blossom by a length, with this coming after scoring as the even money favourite in the Weatherbys Super Sprint Stakes. A second-placed finish in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot means she has to be strongly considered.

Aidan O’Brien is always hard to rule out when it comes to these type of contests, with Cherry Blossom having run really well to finish just a length behind Relief Rally last time out. This came after a Maiden victory at the Curragh in August and there’s plenty to recommend a two-year-old who is trading at a similar price to Porta Fortuna.

2022 Cheveley Park Stakes Tips

Meditate is an exciting two-year-old who boasts an unbeaten career as a two-year-old. She could be set for legendary status based on early evidence, with the horse beating favourite Drunk In Love in a Fillies Maiden back in April. The horse was still a backable 2/1 to win the Coolmore Stud Irish EBF Fillies Sprint Stakes in mid-May before obliging.

Further improvement was found by Meditate when obliging in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and that was a relatively convincing win over six furlongs, with the horse being sent off at odds-on for the first time in her career when landing the spoils in the Alpha Centauri Debutante Stakes.

While Meditate certainly sets the benchmark, there are lots of other lively contenders and one of them comes in the form of Trillium. Richard Hannon has a potential superstar on his hands and she was most recently seen at Glorious Goodwood when winning the Markel Molecomb Stakes over five furlongs.

Previously to this, there was a 13/8 favourite victory in the EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes, with this taking place over six furlongs and some will think the filly have an each-way chance. Lezoo boasts similar form and Ralph Beckett has already seen his runner win on three occasions this season.

Lezoo was the winner of the Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes and this Group 3 victory laid down a market ahead of the Cheveley Park Stakes, with the horse obliging in June when winning the Maureen Brittain Memorial Empress Fillies' Stakes.

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Zain Claudette is trained by the lesser-known Ismail Mohammed and the two-year-old has racked up three consecutive wins, with the first of these coming in the Rich Energy British EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes and this was followed by a 15/2 win in the Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes before Ray Dawson rode the horse to victory in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes.

Sandrine also could look the part and the Andrew Balding-trained horse has also picked up three wins this year, with the two-year-old winning on the all-weather at Kempton Racecourse, with David Probert then riding the charge to a victory at Royal Ascot when winning the Albany Stakes.

Desert Dreamer has plenty of runs under her belt and that experience might come in handy considering that she has run six times already for trainer Stuart Williams. The biggest issue that the previous five renewals hasn’t seen a return to the winners’ enclosure so perhaps an each-way wager is the best way forward.

Tenebrism and Hermana Estrella are next in the betting and they are trading at around the 10/1 mark, although there are question marks over both horses considering that they are lightly raced so far.