Cheveley Park Stakes Betting Tips, Offers and Enhanced Odds Promotions, 2.25 Newmarket, 28th September 2019
Newmarket’s Cheveley Park Stakes is one of the late season highlights for the juvenile fillies. Here we take a look at the best odds and racing betting offers surrounding the contest and provide our betting tips.
First run at the home of racing, Newmarket, in 1899, this 6f Group 1 contest for two year old fillies invariably attracts a number of highly promising sorts and offers a total of £180,000 in prize money. There have been some top notch winners in the past and we have some really good horses going to post this year too.
Cheveley Park Stakes Betting Tips
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Previous Race Winners
- 2018 – Fairyland – jockey Donnacha, trainer Aidan O’Brien
- 2017 – Clemmie – jockey Ryan Moore, trainer Aidan O’Brien
- 2016 – Brave Anna – jockey Seamie Heffernan, trainer Aidan O’Brien
- 2015 – Lumiere – jockey William Buick, trainer Mark Johnston
- 2014 – Tiggy Wiggy – jockey Richard Hughes, trainer Richard Hannon, Jr.
- 2013 – Vorda – jockey Olivier Peslier, trainer Philippe Sogorb
- 2012 – Rosdhu Queen – jockey Johnny Murtagh, trainer William Haggas
- 2011 – Lightening Pearl – jockey Johnny Murtagh, trainer Ger Lyons
- 2010 – Hooray – jockey Seb Sanders, trainer Sir Mark Prescott
- 2009 – Special Duty – jockey Stéphane Pasquier, trainer Criquette Head-Maarek
- 2008 – Serious Attitude – jockey Jimmy Fortune, trainer Rae Guest
- 2007 – Natagora – jockey Christophe Lemaire, trainer Pascal Bary
- 2006 – Indian Ink – jockey Richard Hughes, trainer Richard Hannon, Snr.
Cheveley Park Stakes History
This contest is named after the oldest stud in Newmarket, which at the time of the race’s inauguration was owned by Conservative politician and racehorse owner Harry McCalmont. First run at racing’s HQ in 1899, the race has long served as a testing ground for some of the smartest juvenile fillies in training, with the winners regularly going on to further success at the top level.
1903 winner Pretty Polly was the first to go on to record a win in the following season’s 1000 Guineas. This feat has been repeated by a number of fillies over the years, including Belle of All (1950), Zabara (1951), Night Off (1964), Fleet (1967) and Special Duty (2009).
1980 heroine Marwell went on to prove herself a seriously smart sprinter in her three year old season, winning the King’s Stand Stakes, July Cup and Prix de l’Abbaye. Much of that speed and class was seemingly transferred to her daughter Marling who followed in her mother’s footsteps by taking this in 1991 before going on to further glory in the Irish 1000 Guineas, Coronation Stakes and Sussex Stakes.
Gay Gallanta (1994), Regal Rose (2000) and Hooray (2010) are notable winners in that they were all bred by the Cheveley Park Stud after which the race is named.
Top Trainers and Best Jockeys
Having been crowned champion flat jockey no fewer than 26 times during his illustrious career, there are a few races on the racing calendar in which Sir Gordon Richards holds a record better than that of any other jockey. We have one such case here, with Sir Gordon’s nine wins between 1928 and 1953 leading the way in the all-time list.
The distinction of being the most successful trainer in the contest is shared by a gentleman from England and a lady from France. Alec Taylor, Jr.’s total of four wins was matched by Criquette Head-Maarek when Special Duty won here in 2009.