Park Stakes

The Park Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race for horses aged three and above in September at Doncaster over a distance of 7 furlongs and 6 yards.

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Park Stakes

Park Stakes Odds 2022

Here are the latest odds for the Park Stakes in September 2022:

  • There is no open book of odds in the ante-post market for this event yet

Park Stakes Tips 2022

Here are some tips for Park Stakes in September 2022:

  • 2 points to win for TBC at odds of TBC
  • 1 point each way for TBC at odds of TBC

Some of the horses in the Park Stakes will run in other events later in the year. Stay updated on the horses and place ante-post bets if you want to wager on them.

Park Stakes Previous Winners

Year Winner Age Jockey Trainer
2013 Viztoria 3 Wayne Lordan Edward Lynam
2014 Ansgar 6 James Doyle Sabrina Harty
2015 Limato 3 Andrea Atzeni Henry Candy
2016 Breton Rock 6 Andrea Atzeni David Simcock
2017 Aclaim 4 Oisin Murphy Martyn Meade
2018 Mustashry 5 Jim Crowley Michael Stoute
2019 Sir Dancealot 5 Gérald Mossé David Elsworth
2020 Wichita 3 Frankie Dettori Aidan O’Brien
2021 Glorious Journey 6 William Buick Charlie Appleby
2022 Kinross 5 Frankie Dettori Ralph Beckett

Park Stakes 2022 Result

Best Park Stakes Betting Sites

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Park Stakes FAQ's

When Does The Park Stakes Take Place?

The Park Stakes is run on Saturday, September 10th 2022.

The Doncaster Park Stakes start time is 14:55 on the final day of the Cazoo St Leger Festival.

The 2:55 pm Park Stakes race is the third race of the day on Saturday 10th September 2022.

How Can I Watch The Doncaster Park Stakes Race?

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

  • ITV Racing
  • Sky Sports Racing
  • Bet365 Sports Live Streaming
  • Bookmakers with Live Streaming

As the Doncaster Park 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 Park Stakes Race will be watched by millions live on television.

What Are the Important Facts About The Park Stakes Race?

Here are interesting facts about The Park Stakes Race:

  • The Park Stakes is run at Doncaster Racecourse, South Yorkshire, England
  • The Park Stakes prize money is £68,052
  • The Park Stakes is for horses aged three or over
  • The Park Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race in Great Britain
  • The Park Stakes distance is 7 furlongs and 6 yards (1,414 metres)
  • The Park Stakes is held on the final day of Doncaster’s four-day St. Leger Festival
  • The Park Stakes is run on the same day as the St Leger Stakes

Where is the Park Stakes held?

The Park Stakes is held at Doncaster Racecourse.

What distance is the Park Stakes?

The Park Stakes is 7 furlongs and 6 yards long.

Summary of Park Stakes

Thank you for reading our Park Stakes guide.

We have looked at the history of the race, the betting, tips and more to give you an overview of this hugely entertaining and informative race that has produced some great winners over the years.

Resources

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