2023 Musidora Stakes Betting Odds at York racecourse

Wednesday, 17 May 2023

Infinite Cosmos is trained by Sir Michael Stoute and the horse was recently successful, with Richard Kingscote on board a runner who is set to go off as the warm favourite to claim the spoils over a relatively long distance. Gather Ye Rosebuds has also landed a victory this season and the three-year-old has to be respected based on that performance.

Lambada runs for trainer Aidan O’Brien and Ryan Moore is certainly capable of steering the charge ahead of the other runners, while Sea Of Roses is available at a similar price and the Andrew Balding-trained runner has been hitting the frame on a regular basis, with most of the runners standing a decent chance.

2023 Musidora Stakes Tips

We’re eager to see how Infinite Cosmos performs on Wednesday when lining up against seven other rivals in the Duke of York Clipper Stakes. The three-year-old was sent off as the 8/11 favourite in the Maiden Fillies’ Stakes at Newmarket, with this taking place over one mile and two furlongs. It was a convincing win for the filly by over four lengths.

Previously to this, the horse finished second in the Maiden Fillies’ Stakes over one mile, with Gather Ye Rosebuds running for trainer Jack Channon and there was plenty to like about the way in which the 33/1 shot performed in a Maiden Fillies’ Stakes at Newbury Racecourse where a victory of nearly ten lengths was achieved.

Lambada was able to score a victory for trainer Aidan O’Brien, with the three-year-old able to oblige against twelve other competitors at Gowran Park. The horse won a maiden over one mile, one and a half furlongs, with Seamie Heffernan on board a runner who was able to oblige by nearly four lengths after running well at Leopardstown last autumn.

Sea Of Roses should go well for trainer Andrew Balding and the horse was last seen running at France when finishing second in a race at Saint-Cloud. This was in the Group 3 Prix Penelope and it was no mean feat to finish second behind favourite Pensee Du Jour when running well over one mile and two furlongs on soft ground.