2021 Cheveley Park Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 25 September 2021

There are lots of Group 1 UK horse races during the flat racing season at Newmarket Racecourse and that includes the Cheveley Park Stakes. This is a race that takes place on the Rowley Mile course, with the race having been in operation since 1899 and it’s regarded as the leading encounter for two-year-old fillies who battle it out over six furlongs for a sizeable pot over a straight track.

The race is named after Cheveley Park and this is an encounter that features on the Cambridgeshire Handicap racecard, with many of the star talent that pitch up at this race putting themselves in the shop window when it comes to the 1,000 Guineas.

Sir Gordon Richards is the leading jockey when it comes to the Cheveley Park Stakes, with Sixpence being the ninth winner for this rider in 1953. Tiffin was the winner in 1928 and there are two trainers who have scooped four wins. Alec Taylor Jnr and Criquette Head-Maarek have both enjoyed a quartet of wins, with the latter claiming the spoils with Special Duty in 2009.

In more recent times, Aidan O’Brien has enjoyed plenty of success in the Cheveley Park Stakes and he scored a consecutive hat-trick of wins in the form of Brave Anna, Clemmie and Fairyland, with three different jockeys being the victor on each occasion.

Zain Claudette and Sandrine Favourites to Win 2021 Renewal

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.