The incredible sight of Frankel stretching away from his rivals in the 2,000 Guineas back in 2011 is the stuff of racing legend. Now we can look forward to watching some of this year’s best three-year-olds go head-to-head at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile racecourse tomorrow (Saturday 30 April) as they battle for the first Classic title of the Flat season. Here’s the full list of runners and riders who will be lining up in this historic Group One race to help you choose your 2000 Guineas bets. Who is your pick to win?
Pick your 2000 Guineas bets
Horse: Native Trail | Jockey: William Buick
Trainer: Charlie Appleby
Coroebus | Jockey: James Doyle
Luxembourg |Jockey: Ryan Moore
Perfect Power | Jockey: Christophe Soumillon
Point Lonsdale | Jockey: Frankie Dettori
Checkandchallenge | Jockey: Daniel Tudhope
Dubai Legend | Jockey: Tom Marquand
Eydon | Jockey: David Egan
Light Infantry | Jockey: Jamie Spencer
Royal Patronage | Jockey: Jason Hart
Charlie & Mark Johnston
Boundless Ocean | Jockey: Kevin Manning
Lusail | Jockey: Pat Dobbs
Berkshire Shadow | Jockey: Jason Watson
Tacarib Bay | Jockey: Sean Levey
The Wizard Of Eye | Jockey: J F Egan
J S Moore
How can I watch the 2000 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 2000 Guineas winners
2011: Frankel ridden by Tom Queally, trained by Henry Cecil and owned by Khalid Abdullah
2012: Camelot, ridden by Joseph O’Brien, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Smith/Magnier/Tabor
2013: Dawn Approach, ridden by Kevin Manning, trained by Jim Bolger and owned by Godolphin
2014: Night of Thunder, ridden by Kieren Fallon, trained by Richard Hannon Jr. and owned by Saeed Manana
2015: Gleneagles, ridden by Ryan Moore, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Smith/Magnier/Tabor
2016: Galileo Gold, ridden by Frankie Dettori, trained by Hugo Palmer and owned by Al Shaqab Racing
2017: Churchill, ridden by Ryan Moore, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Smith/Magnier/Tabor
2018: Saxon Warrior, ridden by Donnacha O’Brien, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Smith/Magnier/Tabor
2019: Magna Grecia, ridden by Donnacha O’Brien, trained by Aidan O’Brien and owned by Smith/Magnier/Tabor
2020: Kameko, ridden by Oisin Murphy, trained by Andrew Balding and owned by Qatar Racing
2021: Poetic Flare, ridden by Kevin Manning, trained by Jim Bolger and owned by Jackie Bolger
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