Champagne Stakes

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The Champagne Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse event for two-year-old colts and geldings, ran every year in September over a distance of 7 furlongs and 6 yards at Doncaster (1,414 metres).

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Find out more about the Champagne Stakes:

Champagne Stakes

The Champagne Atakes market materialises properly on the morning of the race, with most bookmakers offering the best odds guaranteed on the day of the race then many of our professional horse racing tipsters advise this over the ante-post markets.

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Champagne Stakes Previous Winners

Check out the previous winners below:

YearWinnerJockeyTrainer
2013OutstripMickael BarzalonaCharlie Appleby
2014EstidhkaarPaul HanaganRichard Hannon Jr.
2015EmotionlessWilliam BuickCharlie Appleby
2016RivetAndrea AtzeniWilliam Haggas
2017SeahengeDonnacha O’BrienAidan O’Brien
2018Too Darn HotFrankie DettoriJohn Gosden
2019ThreatPat DobbsRichard Hannon Jr.
2020ChinditPat DobbsRichard Hannon Jr.
2021Bayside BoyDavid EganRoger Varian
2022ChaldeanFrankie DettoriAndrew Balding
2023IberianTom MarquandCharles Hills

Champagne Stakes Previous Result

Check out this result from the Doncaster Racecourse:

Champagne Stakes Betting

If you are looking to place bets on the Champagne Stakes market we advise checking out the updated list of the best online St Leger festival betting sites in February 2024.

With BOG betting offers starting at 9 am on the day of the race it gives st leger festival online betting punters peace of mind to get the biggest prices (whether that is the starting price odds or the Champagne Stakes odds at the time of placing the bet).

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Here are the best champagne stakes betting sites offering free bets or great existing customer promotions:

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Popular Questions

How Can I Watch The Doncaster Champagne Stakes Race?

The best places to watch the Doncaster Champagne Stakes Race are:

As the Doncaster Champagne Stakes Race is broadcasted on ITV television the ITV Racing bet365 free bet promotion is going to be many of the horse racing punters’ number one betting offer for existing customers.

If you are abroad and looking to watch the race check out our guide on where to watch the horse racing events.

With ITV Racing featuring the Doncaster St Leger Festival races, the Champagne Stakes Race will be watched by millions live on television.

What Are the Important Facts About The Champagne Stakes Race?

Here are interesting facts about The Champagne Stakes Race:

  • The Champagne Stakes is run at Doncaster Racecourse, South Yorkshire, England
  • The Champagne Stakes prize money is £79,458
  • The Champagne Stakes is for two-year-old racehorses only (2yo race)
  • The Champagne Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race in Great Britain
  • The Champagne Stakes distance is 7 furlongs and 6 yards (1,414 metres)
  • The Champagne Stakes is held on the final day of Doncaster’s four-day St. Leger Festival
  • The Champagne Stakes is run on the same day as the St Leger Stakes
  • The best horses in the Champagne Stakes go on to compete in the following month’s Dewhurst Stakes

Summary of Champagne Stakes

Held on the last day of the thrilling four-day St Leger Festival the Champagne Stakes race is watched by millions live on ITV Horse Racing.

The best 2yo racehorses lock horns to compete on the biggest stage at the Doncaster Racecourse.

The result of the Champagne Stakes race hugely affects the betting odds of the Dewhurst Stakes as usually the winner is made a favourite for the big race at Newmarket Racecourse.

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