Doncaster Racing Post Trophy Odds
Following the St Leger, the Racing Post Trophy is perhaps the biggest horse race to take place at Doncaster on an annual basis. For horse racing enthusiasts, it largely marks the end of the Flat racing season as it is the final Group One showpiece of the British campaign, but this means that Racing Post Trophy odds are popular because of this fact.
Doncaster Racing Post Trophy odds could offer inside knowledge of following year’s Epsom Derby
With the Racing Post Trophy odds featuring only two-year-old horses, many of the contenders will fancy their chances of stepping up in the following season to make a name for themselves in the bigger Classics. The Doncaster race is run over 1m, which is the same distance as both the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, while many runners improve their stamina to tackle the Epsom Derby.
Four horses have completed the Racing Post Trophy and Epsom Derby double, including High Chaparral, Motivator and Authorized in the past decade. Aidan O’Brien’s duo Brian Buru and St Nicholas Abbey are other Racing Post Trophy winners that have gone on to have encouraging careers.
Frankel’s brother heads the Doncaster Racing Post Trophy odds
Many interesting two-year-old horses take their place in the Racing Post trophy betting and none will get pulses racing any more than Noble Mission, a full brother to superstar Frankel. Noble Mission will surely go off favourite in the Racing Post Trophy odds and if he is half as good as his megastar brother, he will take all of the beating. But he will be up against plenty of more experienced opposition, including the O’Brien-trained Power and Richard Hannon’s Coupe De Ville.