1000 Guineas 2014
Qipco 1000 Guineas : Sunday 3rd May 2015
Everyone knows the flat season has truly arrived when the Guineas weekend takes place at Newmarket, the headquarters of British racing.
On the Sunday of the meeting the 1000 Guineas is the main attraction as the fillies take centre stage and has a long history being first staged in 1814. It’s the first fillies Classic of the new season and the connections and trainers of the runners all still have their dreams in tact after the Trials and prep races.
The 1000 Guineas in recent years has certainly been a difficult race to predict with winners at 16/1, 25/1 and 9/1 in the last three renewals and we have had thirteen different trainers since 2000 responsible for the winner proving it’s probably the most open of all of the British Classics.
We will have all the latest news as the flat season begins and we build up to the big weekend on Newmarket’s Rowley Mile plus our tip for the winner of the Qipco 1000 Guineas. All the special offers and free bets from the bookmakers will be covered plus the trends and latest odds to assist you in finding the winner of this historic race.
So what does it take to win the first fillies classic of the season? With not much form to go on in the early part of the flat season can we rely on history and see if any patterns or trends have emerged in recent years? Here we have a look at the key trends and analyse which are worth taking on board in our quest to find the winner of the 2014 Qipco 1000 Guineas.
Each year the fillies that line up for the 1000 Guineas will have only had limited experience before their big day at Newmarket. We have a look at the key races, which in previous years have had a bearing on the result of the first fillies classic and the results of those races this season.