Free Tips For 2,000 Guineas Day

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It’s time to go from lockdown to showdown today as the 2020 flat season bursts into life with the 2,000 Guineas taking place at Newmarket. The question on everyone’s lips is has Pinatubo trained on, with Champion 2-year-olds having a mixed record in the first classic of the season.

Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for the 2,000 Guineas, as well as the Group 2 Betfair Dahlia Fillies’ Stakes.

Betfair Dahlia Fillies’ Stakes Analysis

14:25 at Newmarket Racecourse on 6th June

Ardiente, Bubble And Squeak, and Eva Maria shouldn’t be winning this Group 2 race on ratings, while Sweet Promise finished last over course and distance in a Group 3 when last seen. Queen Power should be fine with conditions but has 6lb to find with Terebelum, who could take even higher rank this season after just four runs.

Free Tips for Betfair Dahlia Fillies’ Stakes

Magic Lily is fancied to beat them all, as Charlie Appleby’s 5-year-old bounced right back to form in Meydan in the early part of the year, with only the high-class Barney Roy finishing in front of her in three starts. Conceding a penalty won’t be easy but another Appleby inmate Wuheida did it two years ago. She also ran well twice at Newmarket as a 2-year-old, including finishing just ¾-length behind the multiple Group 1 winning Laurens.

TipMagic Lily @ 3.75 SkyBet, William Hill

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Qipco 2,000 Guineas Stakes Analysis

15:35 at Newmarket Racecourse on 6th June

Your decision to back Pinatubo to win the 2,000 Guineas may well rest on whether you like backing the best horse on ratings to win or taking a chance that he’ll have an off day or something will have improved past him since last season.

The case for backing Pinatubo is a compelling one, as he’s rated 12lb superior to his nearest rival. Four champion 2-year-olds in the last decade have also gone onto to win the 2,000 Guineas, with Pinatubo rated higher than all of them at the same stage of their careers, including the mighty Frankel.

Pinatubo’s owner Godolphin’s decision to also enter both Al Suhail and Military March is a little worrying, but it may simply be that Godolphin think both these useful colts are also capable of picking up prize money before probably stepping up in distance.

Aidan O’Brien has saddled five of the last eight winners of the 2,000 Guineas winners and, with just two of those being Champion 2-year-olds, it shows that many of his horses are bred to improve as 3-year-olds. Ryan Moore has opted to ride Arizona, but he has 2-lengths to make up with Pinatubo from when they last met. O’Brien also saddles Wichita, Royal Dornoch, and New World Tapestry.

Five of the last 10 winners were unbeaten, so Cepheus, Kenzai Warrior, and Starcat join Pinatubo and Military March on that list, but they do have a lot to find. Juan Elcano is another with lots to find on official ratings.

Kinross was an impressive winner on debut at Newmarket, but he disappointed on Newcastle’s all-weather surface behind Kameko, but both could go well. Mum’s Tipple is the second highest-rated horse in the field but was a big disappointment in Group1 company when last seen.

Free Tips for Qipco 2,000 Guineas Stakes

Flat racing could do with a new champion to fly the flag, and Pinatubo is fancied to extend his unbeaten record. Arizona and Kameko look the most obvious each-way plays if you want to take him on.

TipPinatubo @ 1.83 Bet365, WilliamHill

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