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2022 Middle Park Stakes Odds - Marshman and Blackbeard battling for favouritism

23 Sep 2022
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Jon Vine 23 Sep 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Middle Park Stakes
  • This Group One takes place at Newmarket on Saturday 24th September
  • Marshman is the 15/8 favourite ahead of Blackbeard with Paddy Power
  • Mischief Magic, Persian Force and Sakheer also feature in the market
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Adam Kirby riding Supremacy (white/purple) win The Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket Racecourse on September 26, 2020 in Newmarket. (Getty)

Once the winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes has departed the track, a field of talented colts will take to the Rowley Mile ahead of the Middle Park Stakes. Like the Cheveley Park, several legends of the sport have landed this huge juvenile price, including the likes of Sun Chariot, Abernant, Brigadier Gerard and Dark Angel.

Let's take a look through the latest Middle Park Stakes betting and run through the headline entries.

2022 Middle Park Stakes Odds


Name
Odds
Marshman15/8
Blackbeard2/1
Mischief Magic9/2
Persian Force9/2
Sakheer6/1
Aesop's Fables7/1
Bar10/1

*Odds taken on 20/9/22*

2022 Middle Park Stakes Entries


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Toping the market we find Karl Burke's Marshman, who was last seen finishing second to Noble Style in the Gimcrack Stakes. Aidan O'Brien watched Blackbeard win the Group One Prix Morny earlier in the season and he currently rivals Marshman for favouritism.

Prix Morny runner-up, Persian Force also sits prominently in the betting. As does impressive Sirenia Stakes winner, Mischief Magic and last weekend's runaway Mill Reef winner, Sakheer.

Aidan O'Brien has also handed entries to Aesop's Fables and The Antarctic. The Cole's could run Richmond Stakes winner Royal Scotsman. Tom Clover has handed an entry to his leading juvenile, Al Karrar.

Other possible Cambridgeshire Meeting runners include James Ferguson's Zoology, Karl Burke's Cold Case and controversial Royal Ascot winner, The Riddler.

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