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2022 Juddmonte International Stakes Odds - Baaeed long odds-on to remain unbeaten at York

By Jon Vine
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28 Jul 2022
  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Juddmonte International Stakes
  • This Group One headlines day one of Ebor Festival at York on Wednesday 17th August
  • Unbeaten Baaeed is the clear 4/9 favourite with bet365
  • Mishriff, Native Trail and State Of Rest also feature in the market
Jim Crowley riding Baaeed (blue/white) win The Qatar Sussex Stakes during day two of the Qatar Goodwood Festival. (Getty)
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The opening day of the Ebor Festival is headlined by one of the biggest races of the season, the Juddmonte International Stakes. Many legends of the game have won this ten-furlong Group One and it's the highest-rated horse in the world, Baaeed who dominates the market.

Let's take a look through the latest Juddmonte International Stakes betting and run through the headline entries.

2022 Juddmonte International Stakes Odds

Native Trail15/2
State Of Rest12/1

*Odds taken on 28/7/22*

2022 Juddmonte International Stakes Entries

Baaeed2022 Juddmonte International StakesGET 4/9 HERE
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Baaeed maintained his unbeaten record with an effortless victory in the Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. William Haggas has been keen to push his star miler up to ten furlongs for a while now and, with Desert Crown, Vadeni and Adayar out of the race, bet365 make Baaeed their 4/9 favourite.

Leading the charge against the favourite is Mishriff, who bolted up by six lengths in this race 12 months ago. Charlie Appleby's Irish Guineas winner, Native Trail finished a place behind Mishriff when third in the Coral-Eclipse, and could remain over ten furlongs.

Joseph O'Brien has entered up State Of Rest, but the Cox Plate is his main objective for the season. William Haggas could also run Tattersalls Gold Cup winner, Alenquer.

Aidan O'Brien could run any one of Luxembourg, Point Lonsdale, High Definition and Order Of Australia. Other notable entrants on day one of the Ebor Festival include top three-year-old fillies Nashwa and Tuesday, William Knight's Sir Busker and Majestic Dawn for Paul and Oliver Cole.


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