2023 1000 Guineas Betting Odds at Newmarket racecourse

Sunday, 07 May 2023

Following on from the 2000 Guineas on Saturday 30 April, we’ve got the exciting prospect of the 1000 Guineas on Sunday 1 May, with the crowds back at Newmarket to watch the second Classic of the 2022 Flat racing season. Inspiral could be the horse that takes all the beating and the John Gosden horse has plenty to recommend her.

However, Aidan O’Brien has a remarkable recent record in the past few years and we’re expecting the Coolmore handler to come up with something special in this encounter. Tenebrism could be the pick and the trainer’s track record is very impressive.

The 1000 Guineas is one of the five Classic races of the Flat season, with this race taking place on Sunday 3 May 2020 and Quadrilateral is trading as the early favourite to land victory in this one-mile encounter.

The current race favourite is trained by Roger Charlton, although Jessica Harrington could have a strong hand in the form of Albigna and Millisle, while it’s always hard to rule out Aidan O’Brien considering that the Irish trainer has enjoyed plenty of 1000 Guineas success.

Hermosa triumphed twelve months ago for O’Brien, while Minding and Winter were back-to-back winners in 2016 and 2017 which really means that O’Brien is the trainer to watch, although all of his horses are currently trading at a big price.

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1000 Guineas Tips

Hermosa, Love and Mother Earth are among the recent winners of the 1000 Guineas and it will be interesting to see which three-year-old filly comes out on top here. Inspiral runs in the Cheveley Park Stud colours and this was an ownership that had plenty of success at the recent Cheltenham Festival including the triumph for A Plus Tard.

Inspiral is a horse that racked up victories for fun as a two-year-old, with the horse breaking her duck in the Close Brothers Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Newmarket before following this up with triumphs at Sandown, Doncaster and then back at Newmarket for a success in the bet365 Fillies’ Mile when being sent off as the 8/11 favourite.

Aidan O’Brien Bidding to Continue Remarkable Record in the Race

Aidan O’Brien is a legendary Flat UK horse racing trainer, with the Irishman breaking his duck in the 1000 Guineas with Virginia Waters in 2005, while Homecoming Queen landed the spoils in 2012. However, the past few years have seen a series of handling triumphs, with Minding and Winter winning in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Hermosa, Love and Mother Earth means that it’s been five victories for the past six years, with Tenebrism a horse that can follow in their footsteps and she’s trading as second favourite on the antepost betting market.

The horse is lightly raced after just two appearances as a juvenile, with the American-bred runner winning a maiden race before proving to be the surprise winner of the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes over six furlongs and there could be further improvement to come in this clash.

However, those looking for each-way betting tips might find that the price of Tuesday is more appealing, with the horse winning a fillies’ maiden over a year ago although there are more unknowns when it comes to this runner.

1000 Guineas Stakes 2021 Betting Tips

The 1000 Guineas is scheduled to take place at 3.40pm on Sunday 2 May 2021, with some of the leading three-year-old fillies competing on the Rowley Mile course and we’re looking forward to seeing them battle out the second classic race of the season after the 2,000 Guineas took place the previous day.

There are currently sixteen horses entered for the 1000 Guineas and we have a clear market leader at the time of writing, although sixteen runners means that punters can get some favourable each-way terms when it comes to betting on this Newmarket race and we’re excited to see how the race unfolds.

Santa Barbara Big Favourite to Win 1000 Guineas

It’s no surprise to see an Aidan O’Brien-trained horse heading the betting market to win the 1000 Guineas although the fact that Santa Barbara has only run once makes it something of a surprise to find that she is trading as the 6/4 favourite to secure a victory at Newmarket.

There’s little doubt that she looked impressive when winning the Irish EBF Median Sires Series Maiden and it was a facile victory although this encounter is a good deal more competitive and perhaps there’s the chance to take on the market leader and look at one of the horses trading at bigger odds.

Pretty Gorgeous Looks a Viable 1000 Guineas Alternative

Joseph O’Brien is bang up for trying to usurp his father and the two trainers will have gone head-to-head in the 2000 Guineas before clashing in the 1000 Guineas, with Pretty Gorgeous having won the bet365 Fillies’ Mile on 9 October when beating Indigo Girl by half a length.

She also won the A.R.M. Holding Debutante Stakes which was a Group 2 encounter at The Curragh, while there was also a second placing in the Moyglare Stud Stakes and we’re expecting the horse to run close when it comes to this clash.

Who Are the Other 1000 Guineas Betting Favourites?

Alcohol Free has had an outing already this season and the Andrew Balding-trained charge was able to win the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Newbury Racecourse on 18 April 2021 which could serve as a good dress rehearsal for this encounter.

Oisin Murphy will be on board a runner that also won the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes on 26 September, while the other interesting contenders include Sacred who runs for trainer William Haggas and a victory in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes has seen plenty of horse racing betting sites shorten her odds as a result.

1000 Guineas Betting Tips 2020

While there is no certainty that the 1000 Guineas will be run on its scheduled date of Sunday 3 May, we are looking forward to this classic taking place at some stage and it’s an opportunity to see talented three-year-olds battling it out at Newmarket Racecourse.

QUADRILATERAL has to enter the equation at this moment in time, with the Roger Charlton-trained charge clearly impressing last season with three consecutive victories. She landed victories at Newbury in August and September before landing the Fillies’ Mile in October. That was a Group 1 success over a mile and marks her out as a potential winner for sure.

Then we come to those Jessica Harrington fillies. ALBIGNA has plenty of experience after running five times as a two-year-old and she scooped victory in her first two races at The Curragh while there was also a Group 1 victory at Longchamp on very soft ground and she is one to watch.

Perhaps there is little between this filly and her stablemate MILLISLE, with jockey Shane Foley getting the best out of the horse in the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes on 28 September when she upset the odds by winning at 16/1. There could be further improvement this season and it will be interesting to hear the trainer’s thoughts.

We naturally need to talk about a trainer who has landed victory in three of the past four renewals and Aidan O’Brien has what you might describe as a few outsiders at this present moment although that could all change as we get nearer to the off. LOVE is regarded as the liveliest runner from the Coolmore stable right now and the 16/1 on offer might shorten if we see her run a big race before the 1000 Guineas.

The daughter of Galileo finished third behind Quadrilateral at Newmarket and the trainer will have been encouraged by the fact that there was less than two lengths between the winner and his horse. There was previously a seven furlong victory in a Group 1 race at The Curragh and we’ll be keeping close tabs on her in the next few weeks.

1000 Guineas Betting Odds

As the Flat season begins in earnest, we will see plenty of 1000 Guineas pretenders turning out at racecourses providing the horse racing meetings are allowed to continue. That will naturally lead to the odds changing on a frequent basis although Quadrilateral has a very strong chance of being sent off favourite at her current odds of 6/1.

The big question is where the three-year-old will be sent as a prep run before the big race, with Jessica Harrington having to make the same decision with her two horses which are also near the head of the betting market.

Daahyeh wasn’t out of the first two home in any of her five outings last season and you might do worse than look at backing this fillie from an each-way perspective if you continue to think she could finish in the frame.

Khayzaraan is another horse that we can’t rule out, while Pocket Square will be regarded as Roger Charlton second string although victories at Ascot and Deauville suggest that the horse could be knocking on the door.

How to Bet on the 1000 Guineas

Amazingly, the 1000 Guineas was first run in 1814 and the first ever winner was Charlotte who was trained by Tom Perren.

Since then, the race has continued to grow in prestige and now forms one of the five Classic races, with Hermosa the latest winner of the 1000 Guineas, fending off Lady Kaya and Qabala to triumph in the 2019 renewal.

The race is no different to any other in terms of looking at the form guide and working out which horses have been performing well in the lead-up to this race.

Considering that we’re talking about three-year-old fillies lining up, there is only a year’s worth of form to consider and much of the previous racing will have taken place several months ago.

Naturally, some punters follow the trainers who have enjoyed great success in the race and that includes Aidan O’Brien who regularly seems to produce the winner.

In total, the Irishman has triumphed on five occasions although it’s also worth considering the jockey on board each horse considering that Wayne Lordan has won two of the previous three renewals, while the notable Ryan Moore has won three times since 2012.