2000 Guineas 2014 - Kingman and Australia star in Classic betting at Newmarket

2000 Guineas Race Betting

Aidan O'Brien's Australia has propelled to the head of the 2000 Guineas Betting having attracted significant support in the ante-post market and the classy Ballydoyle raider, who was a fine Group Three winner last time out, will look to hand his master trainer another success in the first Classic of the season.

John Gosden's Kingman was another to launch into the latest 2014 2000 Guineas betting with an impressive Group Three victory in the Solario Stakes at Sandown Park and the Prince Khalid Abdullah-owned raider shaped like a potential top class performer when easing to victory in that event.

The betting is sure to hot up over the next few months, but Aidan O'Brien is already appearing to have a strong team of three-year-olds for the 2014 campaign and runaway Coventry Stakes winner and impressive Dewhurst Stakes victor War Command could be one of the leading representatives for the Ballydoyle operation, whilst Great White Eagle could be another to venture over for the coveted Classic.

Berkshire was another who caught the eye at Royal Ascot and deserves his place in the ante-post markets, whilst Richard Hannon's Toormore and American speedster No Nay Never are just another intriguing brace of potential challengers for the one-mile crown, with Racing Post Trophy winner Kingston Hill another exciting prospect for a race that will take place at Newmarket in the early part of the season.

2000 Guineas 2014 Betting

2000 Guineas Betting OddsThe 2000 Guineas odds are always eagerly awaited and avidly followed throughout the year. As the race is the first Classic of the season, betting can sometimes be tricky so before taking advantage of our 2000 Guineas Free Bets check out our 2000 Guineas Form guide, which is updated at regular intervals and will give punters pointers as to the likely outcome of the race.

Being one of the five Classics, the 2000 Guineas runners will be some of the finest thoroughbred colts in Europe. These top class horses are more often than not owned by the rich and famous as well as those who are steeped in racing culture. The prize money for this years 2000 Guineas is in excess of £375,000, giving some idea as to how valuable a top class horse in racing can be.

Each year we always give our 2000 Guineas tips and we were successful in the 2009 race which was won by our selection, Sea The Stars at the excellent odds of 8/1. Before making a selection It would also be advisable to look through our Top Trainer and Top Jockey pages. These will give you online betting hints on those who have enjoyed profound success in the race and at Newmarket and who will have runners and mounts this year.

2000 Guineas Runners

The list of 2000 Guineas Runners  is always the best around and the entries for 2014 are already starting to take shape with the best three-year-old colts in the UK., Ireland and France heading to Newmarket. Many of the entries will have been prepared for months for the 2000 Guineas and much will depend on how the horses have improved over the winter rather than their form as a Juvenile. All of the big stables will be represented this season as always with Aidan O'Brien and Godolphin often leading the charge, while we will also see top class Guineas entries from the likes of Sir Michael Stoute, Sir Henry Cecil and Richard Hannon who has been in great form over the past couple of years.

Travel and Tickets

Directions to the 2014 Guineas Festival can be found on our Newmarket Travel page along with relevant 2000 Guineas ticket information. Remember that Guineas Festival as a whole will attract huge crowds and it is sensible to prepare well in advance.