The 2000 Guineas 2023: runners, odds, verdict and tip for the big race ūüŹÜ

The 2000 Guineas is one of the most prestigious horse races in the world, taking place at Newmarket Racecourse every year. It is one of the five Classics of British horse racing, alongside the Oaks, Derby, St. Leger, and 1000 Guineas. The race is open to three-year-old thoroughbred colts and fillies, and is run over a distance of one mile on the Rowley Mile course. It is a true test of speed, stamina, and skill, and is eagerly anticipated by horse racing fans every year. Let’s take a look at the runners and odds for the 2023 renewal below with a free horse racing tip provided too!

1 Auguste Rodin
Bred to get much further than this but he still might have the class to do it.

Trainer:¬†Aidan O’Brien
Jockey: Ryan Moore

2 Chaldean
Dettori unseated at the gates on reappearance but he was a classy two-year-old and should stay a mile.

Trainer: Andrew Balding
Jockey: Frankie Dettori

3 Charyn
Ran well on soft ground at Newbury over 7f but has to improve a lot to get involved here.

Trainer: Roger Varian
Jockey: Tom Marquand

4 Dubai Mile
Gutsy when winning narrowly in a Group 1 at Saint-Cloud in October but ground might be against him here.

Trainer: Charlie Johnston
Jockey: Danny Muscutt

5 Flight Plan
Decent yardstick but needs massive improvement in the locker to play a part in this.

Trainer: Karl Burke
Jockey: Danny Tudhope

6 Galeron
Finished third at Newcastle over 1m on the all-weather in April, but was behind Flight Plan.

Trainer: Charlie Hills
Jockey: Kieran Shoemark

7 Hi Royal
Eyecatching jockey booking but he is nowhere near good enough to win this judged by the form book.

Trainer: Kevin Ryan
Jockey: Oisin Murphy

8 Holloway Boy
Ran well behind Auguste Rodin in the Futurity at Doncaster, definitely has a place squeak.

Trainer: Karl Burke
Jockey: Christophe Soumillon

9 Indestructible
Won the Craven over course and distance, and will like fast ground. This much tougher though.

Trainer: Karl Burke
Jockey: Kevin Stott

10 Little Big Bear
Irish 6f Group 1 winner on final run last season. Hugely exciting horse but might struggle to see out the mile.

Trainer:¬†Aidan O’Brien
Jockey: Wayne Lordan

11 Noble Style
Classy horse over sprint trips but stamina is far from assured here.

Trainer: Charlie Appleby
Jockey: James Doyle

12 Royal Scotsman
Finished off his race fast when beaten a head by Chaldean in the Group 1 Dewhurst here. Chance.

Trainer: Paul and Oliver Cole
Jockey: Jim Crowley

13 Sakheer
Impressive over 6f as a two-year-old but is another with question marks over the trip.

Trainer: Roger Varian
Jockey: David Egan

14 Silver Knott
Wouldn’t have the same profile of some of these but he’s a tough horse and does stay a mile.

Trainer: Charlie Appleby
Jockey: William Buick


Auguste Rodin is all class and should be able to land this before his tilt at the Derby. Holloway Boy can chase him home at a big price.

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