Two Thousand Guineas

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Two Thousand Guineas

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(Horse Racing) (usually written) 2000 Guineas (functioning as singular) an annual horse race run at Newmarket since 1809
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Aidan O'Brien bagged his 10th 2000 Guineas at Newmarket with Magna Grecia.
AIDAN O'BRIEN broke his own record as Magna Grecia earned the master of Ballydoyle a 10th victory in the QIPCO 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
TOO DARN HOT was yesterday ruled out of the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on May 4 by his trainer John Gosden.
The War Front colt racked up three successive Group One wins last term to be crowned champion juvenile and was sent off an odds-on favourite to pick up where he left off in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
Jim Bolger's unbeaten Qipco 2000 Guineas winner has stamina questions to answer on the Downs having never run over further than a mile.
Botti has had this established 2000 Guineas trial earmarked for some time, but believes Moohaajim would not be seen at his best if it rained.
The brilliant all-the-way winner of the 2000 Guineas puts his 100% record on the line as he goes for a third Group One success and a seventh career victory in all.
Henry Cecil's brilliant winner of the 2000 Guineas puts his 100% record on the line as he goes for a third Group One success and a seventh career victory in all.
LOPE De Vega romped away with the Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby) at Chantilly to follow up his victory in the French 2000 Guineas.
Unfortunately this is going to rule him out of the Stan-James.com English 2000 Guineas and he will now be aimed at the French 2000 Guineas instead."
RECHARGE is likely to next run in the Boylesports 2000 Guineas following his victory at Leopardstown on Sunday.
Stoute said: "Confront could possibly run in the 2000 Guineas - we hope to give him a start at Newmarket or Newbury, and we will take it from there."