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2020 Nunthorpe Stakes Odds - Battaash the strong favourite to retain York crown

  • We take a look through the ante-post betting for the Nunthorpe Stakes
  • The record-breaking Battaash is the favourite to retain his crown
  • Art Power and Oxted can also be found at single-figure prices
  • Golden Pal and Frenetic could represent the juveniles at York's Ebor Festival

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Battaash wins The Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes (Getty Images)

We take a look at the latest Nunthorpe Stakes odds, with defending champion Battaash the short-priced favourite.

One of the biggest races during York's popular Ebor Festival is the Nunthorpe Stakes. This thrilling five-furlong sprint has been won by many of the fastest horses the sport has ever seen, with names like Abernant, Sharpo and Dayjur sparkling on the honours boards at the Knavesmire.

2020 Nunthorpe Stakes Odds

Best Odds
Top Bookie
Battaash4/6William Hill
Art Power13/2Paddy Power
Oxted7/1William Hill
Golden Pal10/1BetVictor
Frenetic14/1William Hill
Liberty Beach14/1Unibet
A'Ali14/1William Hill

*Odds taken on 7/8/20*

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Battaash put his hoodoo surrounding York well behind him 12 months ago. Charlie Hills' star produced a stunning display of speed and power, thrashing his rivals in a course-record time. The bookies are taking no chances on Battaash after his track-record breaking antics at Glorious Goodwood, installing the King's Stand Stakes winner as the 11/10 favourite.

2020 Nunthorpe Stakes Runners

Second in the market we find Art Power, who's progressed with each of his starts in 2020. Having begun the season running in a novice stakes at Newcastle, stunning victories in at Royal Ascot and in the Lacken Stakes have helped propel Tim Easterby's three-year-old onto a stunning rating of 115.

Next up we find surprise July Cup winner Oxted, who could drop down to the minimum distance after that superb triumph during the July Meeting.

Wesley Ward has threatened to throw juvenile Golden Pal into the fray, and he's a speedy young colt who'll gain stacks of weight on the horses ahead of him in the market.

Frenetic has shown plenty of speed during her short career so far, and Ger Lyon's two-year-old filly would be claiming even more weight from the older horses than Golden Pal.

Liberty Beach is a high-quality, consistent sprinter who could garner plenty of each-way attention. A'Ali is starting to fulfil the promise he showed as a juvenile, and he too could make an appearance during the Ebor Festival.

Other notable entries include Glass Slippers, Equilateral and Lazuli. Former winner, Alpha Delphini, Dakota Gold and El Astronaute would also be worthy runners in this fantastic Group One.

Nunthorpe Stakes FAQs

When is the Nunthorpe Stakes?

The 2020 Nunthorpe Stakes will be run at York on Friday 21st August.

Where is the Nunthorpe Stakes run?

The Nunthorpe Stakes is run at York, during the popular Ebor Festival.

Who won the Nunthorpe?

The 2019 Battaash Stakes was won by Battaash, who broke the course record over five furlongs at York.

Where can I watch the Nunthorpe Stakes?

The Nunthorpe Stakes will be shown live on ITV Racing. Visit our Live Streaming page if you want to watch the race via your mobile or tablet.

How long is the Nunthorpe?

The Nunthorpe Stakes is run over five furlongs, the minimum distance that flat races are run over in England.


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