Busy day with six meetings in Britain headed by the classic weekend at Newmarket. Two races for us to study, including the Guineas. Both races are on ITV.
The going at Newmarket is Good to Firm and watering has taken place.
1.50 1m1f (Row) Spring Lodge Stakes (Handicap) Class 2 (3yo+)
We start with the opening race of the meeting which for many years was known as the Suffolk Stakes .
Market looks correct with Ballet Concerto and Next Stage heading the betting.
Both impressed with victories on their seasonal debuts at Doncaster and Newmarket respectively. Progression to come from both.
I was quite taken by Next Stage, who I wouldn’t want to oppose.
7/2 each my provisional tissue.
3.35 1m (Row) Qipco 2000 Guineas Stakes Group 1 (Colts & Fillies) Class 1 (3yo)
A relatively small field compared to recent runnings, with just the ten to post. However, it still looks a top class renewal.
Churchill sets the standard on his 2yo form. Five consecutive wins last year culminating in a dominant display in the Dewhurst.
Barney Boy and Eminent impressed in their respective trials.
The unbeaten Al Wukair put up an eye-taking performance in France on his reappearance and I would keep Andre Fabre’s challenger onside.
My provisional tissue:
Al Wukair 4/1
Barney Boy 5/1
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