2021 Dewhurst Stakes Odds - Native Trail odds-on to score on Saturday
- Latest odds and betting for the 2021 Dewhurst Stakes
- This Group One takes place at the Newmarket on Saturday 9th October
- Dewhurst Stakes is currently odds-on to win his second Group One
- Bayside Boy, Straight Answer and Glounthaune also feature in the betting
Native Trail (R, blue) win The bet365 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket. (Getty)
Saturday's card at Newmarket is headlined by the Dewhurst Stakes. This historic seven furlong contest for juveniles was first run back in 1875, and Saturday's winner will likely jump to the top of the market for the 2022 2000 Guineas.
Let's take a look through the latest betting for this year's Dewhurst Stakes and look through the entries.
2021 Dewhurst Stakes Odds
*Odds taken on 5/10*
2021 Dewhurst Stakes Entries
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Native Trail extended his unbeaten record with an excellent victory in the National Stakes during Irish Champions Weekend. Charlie Appleby's unbeaten colt goes for his second Group One this weekend, and he'll likely go off at an odds-on price.
Bayside Boy defeated three dangerous challengers to win the Champagne Stakes and he sits second in the betting. Like Aidan O'Brien's Cheveley Park Stakes winner Tenebrism, Glounthaune hasn't been seen since winning a maiden in the spring, but he's likely to take his chance in this Group One.
Angel Bleu claimed Group One glory in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere on Arc day and, although he sits third in the market here, he's unlikely to be turned out just six days after that hard slog on heavy ground. One who is likely to run is Ger Lyon's unbeaten colt, Straight Answer, who bolted up in Listed company last time out
Berkshire Shadow could represent Andrew Balding, with Dhabab set to fly the flag for John Gosden. Howth could join stablemate Glounthaune in Saturday's main event. Dubawi Legend, Go Bears Go and Imperial Fighter are also likely to take up their Future Champions Meeting entries.