Cambridgeshire Meeting

2021 Cambridgeshire Meeting Tips, Odds and Racecards

One of the most popular meetings in the UK during the autumn is the Cambridgeshire Meeting. Several lucrative prizes will be handed out during this three-day festival, including the Middle Park Stakes and the Cheveley Park Stakes. The big betting race on day three is the namesake race of the meeting, the Cambridgeshire Handicap.

2021 Cambridgeshire Meeting Dates

The 2021 Cambridgeshire Meeting kicks off at Newmarket on Thursday 23rd September in 2021, and ends on Saturday 25th September.

Cambridgeshire Meeting Day One Card

1:00pm Maiden Stakes 1m
1:35pm Nursery Handicap 1m
2:10pm Fillies' Handicap 6f
2:45pm Tattersalls Stakes (Registered As The Somerville Stakes) (Group 3) 7f
3:20pm Jockey Club Rose Bowl Stakes (Listed Race) 2m
3:55pm Newmarket Handicap 1m4f
4:30pm Discover Newmarket Handicap 1m
5:05pm Newmarket Challenge Whip Handicap 1m2f

Cambridgeshire Meeting Day Two Card

1:15pm Maiden Stakes 7f
1:50pm British EBF Rosemary Stakes (Listed Race) 1m
2:25pm Princess Royal Stakes (Group 3) 1m4f
3:00pm Rockfel Stakes (Group 2) 7f
3:35pm Joel Stakes (Group 2) 1m
4:10pm Godolphin Stakes (Listed Race) 1m4f
4:45pm Home Of Racing Handicap 1m1f

Cambridgeshire Meeting Day Three Card

1:15pm Blandford Bloodstock Maiden Fillies' Stakes 7f
1:50pm Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes (Group 2) 1m
2:25pm Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes (Group 1) 6f
3:00pm Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes (Group 1) 6f
3:35pm bet365 Cambridgeshire Handicap (Heritage Handicap) 1m1f
4:10pm British Stallion Studs EBF 'Jersey Lily' Fillies' Nursery Handicap 7f
4:40pm Celebration Handicap 7f

2021 Cambridgeshire Meeting Preview

Day one of the Cambridgeshire Meeting kicks off with a couple of good-quality handicaps. Two-year-olds will then be given their chance to shine in the seven-furlong Tattersalls Stakes, where Andre Fabre's raider Trident will likely top the betting.

Stayers then take center-stage in the two-mile Rose Bowl Stakes. Max Vega and Roberto Escobarr will enter Listed company after decent runs in the Ebor, with Nayef Road and Morando also likely to take part.

Friday's televised action at Newmarket opens with the Listed Rosemary Stakes, where William Haggas' My Astra will put her unbeaten record on the line. Albaflora then dominates the betting for the Group Three Princess Royal Stakes.

Next Up is the Rockfel Stakes, a Group Two for two-year-old fillies. Andrew Balding's Sweet Solera Stakes winner, Majestic Glory could clash with the unbeaten Jumbly, the once-raced Girl On Film and Ger Lyon's raider Juncture.

Older milers will then battle it out in the feature race on day two, the Joel Stakes. 2000 Guineas runner-up, Master Of The Seas makes his triumphant return. Fellow Godolphin flag-bearers Real World and Benbatl will provide the favourite with stern competition, with Megallen and Sir Busker also likely to feature in a quality renewal.

A classy field has also been entered in the Listed Godolphin Stakes, before the card on day two closes with the Home Of Racing Handicap.

The third and final day at the Cambridgeshire Meeting kicks off in thrilling fashion, as a number of talented juveniles clash in the Royal Lodge Stakes. Denford Stakes winner, Masakela currently heads Acomb winner, Royal Patronage and Charlie Appleby's Coroebus in the Newmarket betting.

The first of two Group One races is up next, and Ger Lyon's Sacred Bridge looks the one to beat in this year's Cheveley Park Stakes. Sandrine and Zain Claudette look the best of the British Challenge, while Aidan O'Brien could thrust once-raced Tenebrism into the mix.

Juvenile Colts then take centre-stage in the historic Middle Park Stakes. Richard Fahey's emphatic Prix Morny winner, Perfect Power heads the betting. Ger Lyon's could be represented here too by Dr Zempf, while Asymmetric, Armor and Ebor River could fly the flag for the UK.

The curtain then comes down on this thrilling meeting with the Cambridgeshire Handicap. Last year's shock 40/1 winner, Majestic Dawn returns to try and defend his crown, but Paul and Oliver Cole's stable star will face fierce competition from John Gosden's Uncle Bryn, along with Anmaat, Astro King, Fantastic Fox and Irish Admiral.