Saturday is an exciting day for horseracing betting at Newmarket races, as the card's chockfull of quality horse racing as well as the ever-popular Cambridgeshire Handicap. At 14:25 Newmarket features the Cheveley Park Stakes, a Group One race open to fillies aged two years which offers an exciting opportunity to spot potential future talent in the horses. The favourite is Maureen, a filly trained by Richard Hannon. Maureen is currently 5/2 in the StanJames.com Cheveley Park Stakes betting odds for the win, and she was last seen winning the Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot.
Rosdhu Queen is second favourite. She is trained by notorious William Haggas and is yet to come away from a race with anything less than a win. This will be the first Group One race for the filly and the in the StanJames.com Cheveley Park betting she is 4/1 for the win. Third favourite is Winning Express who is also unbeaten so far in her short career, and racing in a Group One event for the first time. This race should showcase future talent and show any potential the young horses have.
The Sun Chariot Stakes are at 15:00, a Group One race featuring fillies for fillies and mare three years and older. Four of the eight fillies have previously won a Group One race, and three have had success in Group Two races, so it should be a decent race. Sir Henry Cecil has two horses in the Sun Chariot Stakes, including his new recruit and favourite for the win Beauty Parlour. The three year old is making her eagerly awaited debut for Cecil after winning the French 1000 Guineas and narrowly missing a win in the French Oaks. In the Sun Chariot Stakes betting, Beauty Parlour is 9/4 for the win. Elusive Kate is joint favourite, after a close second in the Falmouth Stakes and a first in the Prix Rothschild on her last two starts. At the time of writing, Elusive Kate can be backed to win at the same odds of 9/4 in the StanJames.com Sun Chariot Stakes betting.
The popular Cambridgeshire Handicap is at 15:40, and all eyes are on Mukhadram for the win at odds of 7/1. Trained by William Haggas and with several previous victories at Newmarket and a fourth at Royal Ascot, this American colt has had a successful campaign so far and is top of the horseracing betting. Our second favourite is Chil The Kite, a progressive three-year-old who recently took a notable fourth in a listed race at Haydcok after winning a couple of handicaps on his previous two outings. He can be backed to win at odds of 8/1 in horseracing betting. Bronze Angel is the third favourite, at odds of 10/1 for the win. After ten starts he looks unexposed and has been progressing well in handicaps. Trained by Marcus Tregoing, Bronze Angel is one to keep an eye on.