2022 Yorkshire Cup Betting Odds at York racecourse

Friday, 13 May 2022

We’re looking forward to the 2022 Yorkshire Cup and there are several potential winners of this race. Trueshan is bidding for a fifth consecutive victory and the six-year-old has been setting the benchmark ahead of a race at York Racecourse which takes place over a distance of one mile and six furlongs.

Manobo is a talented four-year-old running in the Godolphin stable and Charlie Appleby will have high hopes for this horse, while each-way betting odds might appeal when it comes to selections such as the legendary Stradivarius.

2022 Yorkshire Cup Betting Tips

The 2022 Yorkshire Cup betting odds make for interesting reading. Trueshan hasn’t looked back since landing a victory in the Al Shaqab Goodwood Cup Stakes at the Glorious Goodwood meeting. The horse was sent off as the 6/5 betting favourite for that two-mile encounter and has since embarked on a winning run.

The horse was sent off on an even longer trip in the Qatar Prix du Cadran over two miles and four furlongs on very soft ground, with the horse beating Stradivarius by a comfortable distance of four-and-a-half lengths, while the runner then extended his winning run by securing another high-profile win in the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup.

Some might argue that Trueshan is tremendous value, with the six-year-old potentially a spot of value to topple his opponents, with the horse likely to enjoy the two-mile trip at York although there are plenty of viable contenders.

Can Manobo Triumph for the Godolphin Stable?

The horse racing betting sites are far from certain that Trueshan is going to win when you look at the 2022 Yorkshire Cup betting odds. Manobo is a talented four-year-old that enjoyed five successive victories to kick off his career before finishing second on his last outing.

The Charlie Appleby-trained charge was sent off as the 4/9 favourite to win the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan Racecourse on 26 March 2022, with Stay Foolish proving too strong in the final reckoning. However, the bookies still think that the horse has bold claims when it comes to this York meeting.

Manobo previously won the Nad Al Sheba Trophy and there was also a win in the Qatar Prix Chaudenay at Longchamp, with the horse acting well on very soft ground and there are lots of reasons to be cheerful.

As for Stradivarius, this horse had long set the tone when it came to flat racing over longer distances, although perhaps the runner is getting a little long in the tooth. Since the halcyon days of 2019, the wins have been lower on the ground and the horse has found Trueshan too strong for him recently.


Stradivarius Big Betting Favourite for 2021 Yorkshire Cup

Last July, Stradivarius won the Goodwood Cup for fourth consecutive occasion, obliging at betting odds of 4/7 although the horse has shown more indifferent form in recent times and it started in the Qatar Prix Foy over one mile and four furlongs when the runner was touched into second by Anthony Van Dyck.

Connections then decided to take their chances in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe where the Gosden charge finished mid-position, while there was a really below-par performance in the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup where the runner finished near the back of the pack.

Perhaps the horse will kick on for the 2021 season and there was enough to like about the win in the Longines Sagaro Stakes although a strong performance will be needed to win the Yorkshire Cup.

Can Sir Ron Priestley Topple Stradivarius in Yorkshire Cup?

All good things come to an end and Sir Ron Priestley looks capable of winning the 2021 Yorkshire Cup based on recent performances, with the Mark Johnston-trained charge having returned from a lengthy lay-off to claim a couple of recent victories, with a Listed Race victory at Nottingham followed up by a triumph in the Betfair Exchange Jockey Club Stakes.

That win was over one mile and four furlongs, with racing fans now wondering whether he can challenge the great Stradivarius, while Logician is another John Gosden-trained runner and it should be noted that the horse won the 2019 St Leger and clearly has the pedigree to make an impact in this race.

Trueshan is also among the Yorkshire Cup betting favourites and the five-year-old was the winner of the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup last year and perhaps he looks like the each-way value in the race, with Alan King having a horse with a big chance when it comes to this York Racecourse encounter.