2021 Middle Park Stakes Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Saturday, 25 September 2021

There are several UK horse races that form part of the Cambridgeshire three-day meeting at Newmarket, with the Middle Park Stakes among them and this is yet another Group 1 encounter which forms part of a star-studded meeting, with the racecard packed with quality renewals which means that betting is hugely popular when it comes to the various races.

The Middle Park Stakes actually started in 1866 and has been sponsored by Juddmonte for the past few years, with the purse now being over £200,000 and there is prize money for the top few places, with two-year-old colts lining up for a shot at the glory.

Bet on the Middle Park Stakes Horse Racing Odds

Every bookmaker will offer horse racing betting odds on the Middle Park Stakes and there’s a chance to compare the latest prices and find out where the value lies about the selection that you want to back on the racecard. It’s a race where trainer Aidan O’Brien has enjoyed tonnes of success in recent decades, with the Irish handler having six winners and counting.

O’Brien was off the mark with Minardi in 2000 and has also enjoyed triumphs with Johannesburg, Ad Valorem, Crusade, US Navy Flag and Ten Sovereigns. These horses were all owned by John and Sue Magnier, with Earthlight winning for Godolphin in 2019 and there was a victory for Supremacy in 2020 when Clive Cox saddled the horse to a triumph.

Perfect Power Favourite to Win 2021 Middle Park Stakes

Perfect Power could be the perfect horse to back for the Middle Park Stakes, with Richard Fahey having saddled this runner to a number of victories this season and the latest win was in the Darley Prix Morny - Finale des Darley Series at Deauville in late August, with Christophe Soumillon giving the horse a quality spin to win fairly comfortably.

It made up for a somewhat underwhelming performance in the Unibet Richmond Stakes where the horse finished well down the order, although there was a 14/1 victory in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot and there has certainly been more hits than misses for this horse this season.

Who Are the Other Favourites For This Race?

Richard Hannon has a couple of potentially live chances, with Lusail potentially running elsewhere at the Cambridgeshire meeting although three consecutive wins illustrate that the horse clearly has bright prospects should connections decide to go down this route.

Armor is more likely to appear from the Hannon stable to line up in this clash and this horse was sent off as favourite to win the Deauville race before finishing fourth, with the runner having work on his hands to frank the form after Perfect Power left his opposition for dust.