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2022 Vertem Futurity Trophy Odds - Auguste Rodin favourite to hand O'Brien record win

20 Oct 2022
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Jon Vine 20 Oct 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Vertem Futurity Trophy
  • This Group One will be run at Doncaster on Saturday 22nd October
  • Auguste Rodin is the 6/4 favourite with VBet
  • Epictetus, Arrest and Proud And Regal also feature in the market
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Ryan Moore riding Auguste Rodin (C) win The KPMG Champions Juvenile Stakes at Leopardstown. (Getty)

The final Group One of the British flat racing season takes place at Doncaster on Saturday, as a field of talented two-year-olds do battle in the Vertem Futurity Trophy. Winners of this quality race often go on to run in next season's Classics. In the last decade alone, we've seen Vertem Trophy winners follow up in the 2000 Guineas, Irish 2000 Guineas, Epsom Derby and even the St Leger.

Here's the current betting for 2022 Vertem Futurity Trophy and look through the possible runners at Doncaster on Saturday.

2022 Vertem Futurity Trophy Odds


Name
Odds
Auguste Rodin6/4
Epictetus13/2
Arrest7/1
Proud And Regal8/1
Victoria Road12/1
Espionage14/1
Bar16/1

*Odds taken on 18/10/22*

2022 Vertem Futurity Trophy Entries

Aidan O'Brien needs one more winner to surpass Sir Henry Cecil at the head of the trainer standings. O'Brien accounts for eight of the 17 entries and it's his top contender Auguste Rodin, winner of the Champion Juvenile Stakes at Leopardstown, who currently dominates the Doncaster betting.

Auguste Rodin could be joined in the field by Group Three winner, Victoria Road and recent maiden winners, Espionage and Salt Lake City. Adelaide River, Covent Garden, Greenland and Hiawatha could also fly the flag for Ballydoyle on Saturday.

In stark contrast to Aidan O'Brien, John Gosden has never managed to win this Group One. The Gosden's account for two entries, with both Epictetus and Arrest sitting prominently in the betting.

The youngest of the O'Brien's, Donnacha could throw Proud And Regal into the mix. Andrew Balding has entered up Stormbuster, with David Loughnane set to run King Of Steel. Other notable entrants include Dubai Mile for the Johnstons, Karl Burke's Holloway Boy and Ralph Beckett's Captain Wierzba.
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