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1,000 Guineas Stakes 2019 betting

Who wins the 1,000 Guineas Stakes 2019?

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1000 Guineas will be hosted by Newmarket in May and we have free predictions and tips for the Group 1 feature for the fillies. As it can be tough sorting through the form to find a winner from over 60 horses currently framed with most bookmakers, but we have found a few runners which stand out in the betting.

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A three-time winner from five starts, Clemmie is trained by Aidan O'Brien, before lining up in The Oaks at Epsom in June she’ll take part in the race & is the obvious choice for bettors at 2/1 (although those odds are a touch short of value) and is the best chance in the race.

Running third on debut at Curragh and then running seventh at Ascot, the Irish-bred filly didn't start her career in the finest of fashion, her form turned around after winning the Group 3 Grangecon Stud Stakes by 2.75 lengths over Butterscotch. And then at Newmarket in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes she backed that win up with another win, having had that experience at Newmarket is going to help her in the 1000 Guineas. She didn't lose any of her speed when taking out the Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket, after a 78-day break following her win at the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes and she's definitely the form filly heading into the Guineas.

September and Happily are next best in the betting but at 20/1 there's good value with Different League (the second-string filly for Aidan O'Brien) as she kicked on well enough in the Cheveley Park Stakes to be considered as an each way chance in the 1000 Guineas. The daughter of French stallion Dabirsim, Different League is a winner of three from five starts and all three wins came during her first preparation in May/June last year. She was unable to win two starts since returning from a spell, one coming at Deauville and the other placing behind Clemmie.

Is she good enough to turn the tables on Clemmie? At this stage we're unsure, but the 20/1 odds on offer is great value and bettors will find worse value in this race.

Another each way chance at 20/1 is Alpha Centauri. The John Harrington-trained filly wasn't able to win the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes as the favorite, which was taken out by Guineas hopeful Happily, but she shouldn’t be forgotten about. The first two wins of her career at Naas came by a combined total of 7.5 lengths and she was beating quality types like Actress. Alpha Centauri is another solid play for bettors looking for value in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket.