When is the 2022 Cheveley Park Stakes?
- We bring you the dates and vital information about the 2022 Cheveley Park Stakes
- This Group One will be run at Newmarket on Saturday 24th September 2022
Ryan Moore riding Tenebrism (R) win The Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket. (Getty)
When is the 2022 Cheveley Park Stakes?
The 2022 Cheveley Park Stakes will be run at Newmarket racecourse on Saturday 24th September 2022.
What is the Cheveley Park Stakes?
The Cheveley Park Stakes is a Group One race staged on day three of Newmarket's Cambridgeshire Meeting. This historic race is run over a trip of six furlongs and is open only to two-year-old fillies.
Who won the Cheveley Park Stakes?
Aidan O'Brien saddled the winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes for the fourth time in the last six years in 2021, as Tenebrism struck under jockey Ryan Moore.
Which horses will run in the 2022 Cheveley Park Stakes?
Only the finest juvenile fillies will run in the Cheveley Park Stakes. Horses who impress in races like the Albany Stakes, the Duchess Of Cambridge and the Lowther Stakes will often run in the Cheveley Park.
Where is the Cheveley Park Stakes run?
The Cheveley Park Stakes is run on the Rowley Mile course at Newmarket, England.
Where can I watch the Cheveley Park Stakes?
The Cheveley Park Stakes will be shown on channels like ITV and RacingTV, but the easiest way would be to stream the race live. If you plan on watching the racing via your mobile or tablet, then bookmakers such as bet365 will allow you to stream the race live.
Cheveley Park Stakes Live Streaming
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- Registered depositing users can then watch and bet on live horse racing.
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Cheveley Park Stakes History
First held at Newmarket in 1899, the Cheveley Park Stakes has become one of the most important races on the flat race calendar.
Staged over six furlongs on the Rowley Mile, the race is only open to fillies. Many of the fillies who take part in the Cheveley Park Stakes go on to run in the 1000 Guineas the following season.
In 1903, Pretty Polly achieved a quite outstanding feat, winning the Cheveley Park Stakes and the Middle Park Stakes in the same season. Peter Gilpin's superstar would go on to complete the Triple Crown in 1904, and remains one of the finest horses ever to grace the sport.
Scuttle, Brown Betty and Fleet would all emulate Pretty Polly by following up in the 1000 Guineas after winning the Cheveley Park Stakes. The most recent horse to complete the double was Special Duty, who scored in 2009 and '10.
Bayuda would win the Cheveley Park in 1918, before winning the Oaks at Epsom the following season. That double was matched by Light Brocade in 1933.
Gordon Richards is the most successful jockey in the history of the Cheveley Park. Richard rode the winner nine times during his career, with his final win coming on Sixpence in 1953.
Irish trainers celebrated success in the Cheveley Park during the 1970s and 80s, with Dermot Weld, Jim Bolger and Vincent O'Brien all celebrating victories.
Two trainers have managed to saddle four winners of the Cheveley Park Stakes. Alec Taylor Jnr, who's wins came between 1908 and '24, and Criquette Head-Maarek, who's fourth and final winner was Special Duty in 2009.
Richard Hannon Jnr celebrated a surprise win with Tiggy Wiggy in 2014, the year before Mark Johnston won for the first time with Lumiere.
Aidan O'Brien than collected a hat-trick of victories between 2016 and '18, as Brave Anna, Clemmie and Fairyland came out on top.
Jessica Harrington then lifted the Cheveley Park Stakes trophy for the first time in 2019, as Millisle got up to beat Raffle Prize on the Rowley Mile.
Andrew Balding was celebrating in 2020, as Alcohol Free held off favourite Miss Amulet to win the Cheveley Park Stakes. Aidan O'Brien then saddled his fourth winner of this Group One in the last six years, when the previously once-raced Tenebrism bolted up at Newmarket.