River Jetez 2nd fav in Falmouth Stakes

The 2011 Falmouth Stakes gets the Group 1 action underway at this weekend’s July Meeting at Newmarket as some of Europe’s top fillies and mares compete over a mile.

2011 Falmouth Stakes Race Favourites

1. Saphresa
Two times Sun Chariot Stakes winner, Saphresa, takes top billing in the 2011 Falmouth Stakes. While she last won a Group 1 in October last year, she’s in some decent form, having taken a French Group 3 on her last time out. She’s won three of her last five races and failed to make the top three just once. With this sort of record its not surprise to find her priced below reach of each-way bets.

2. River Jetez
South African filly, River Jetez, has been doing her racing in the Middle East and Asia. She’s won a handful of Group 2 and 3 races to add to her impressive Group 1 haul in South Africa. Friday will mark her first outing on British turf, and at a price of 5/1 at Paddy Power, you could do a lot worse then a bet on this filly who finished second on her last time out.

3. Antara
German raider, Antara, comes into the 2011 Falmouth Stakes on the back of a win in the Group 3 Princess Elizabeth Stakes at Epsom. This result came on the tail of a second place finish in a French Group 1. Furthermore she’s finished outside the places just once in her career, racking up 7 wins in 15 races. This filly seems to have some class to burn, and certainly looks decently priced at odds of 6/1 at Bet365.

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