On Sunday 1 May 2022, we will have the opportunity to witness some of this year’s best three-year-old fillies pit themselves against each other in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile racecourse. Here’s the full list of runners and riders who will be lining up in the first fillies’ Classic of the season to help you select your 1,000 Guineas bets. Who is your pick to win this historic Group One?
Pick your 1,000 Guineas bets
Horse: Tenebrism | Jockey: TBC
Trainer: Aidan O’Brien
Discoveries | Jockey: Shane Foley
Tuesday |Jockey: TBC
Malavath | Jockey: Christophe Soumillon
Wild Beauty | Jockey: William Buick
Zellie | Jockey: Tom Marquand
Cachet | Jockey: James Doyle
Mise En Scene | Jockey: Cieren Fallon
Juncture | Jockey: Colin Keane
G M Lyons
Sandrine | Jockey: David Probert
Prosperous Voyage | Jockey: Rob Hornby
Ameynah | Jockey: David Egan
Hello You | Jockey: Rossa Ryan
Flash Betty | Jockey: Silvestre De Sousa
How can I watch the 2,000 Guineas?
ITV Racing will be showing the 2,000 Guineas live on the main ITV channel when the race gets underway at 3.40pm.
What is the prize money for winning?
The winner of the 2022 2,000 Guineas will take home £283,550.
Recent 1,000 Guineas winners
2016: Minding, ridden by Ryan Moore, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Magnier/Tabor/Smith
2017: Winter, ridden by Wayne Lordan trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Magnier/Tabor/Smith
2018: Billesdon Brook, ridden by Sean Levey, trained by Richard Hannon Jr. and owned by Pall Mall Partners
2019: Hermosa, ridden by Wayne Lordan, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Magnier/Tabor/Smith
2020: Love, ridden by Ryan Moore, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Magnier/Tabor/Smith
2021: Mother Earth, ridden by Frankie Dettori, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Magnier/Tabor/Smith
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