We give you a roundup of the latest betting for the 1000 Guineas
Quadrilateral is the 5/2 favourite and is receiving plenty of money from oddschecker users, but it is a tight run affair at the top of the market.
The Fillies’ Mile winner has been around the 5/2 mark throughout the week, with a few firms making her 9/4. The money for her has been sizeable too, with 20% of bets for the race being placed on Roger Charlton’s runner. She is still the favourite, but both Love and Millisle are hot on her tail.
The later won three of her five starts last season for Jessica Harrington. She is currently a best price of 5/1, taking 19% of bets for the race in the last week. A 16/1 winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes, she came from last to first to land the spoils. Few can knock her credentials and it is no surprise to see her being so popular with punters.
The former, trained by Aidan O’Brien, has taken just slightly less bets, with an 18% share in the market. She does, however, find herself just ahead of Millisle in the market at a best price of 9/2, and is as short as 7/2 with a few firms. It is actually the Oaks that Love has received more attention for this week, with plenty of money coming in for her for the Epsom Classic. She will certainly be a far shorter price should she win on Sunday, so punters may be looking to secure the longer odds now.
The above three are the three clear picks for oddschecker users in the build up to Sunday, but a few other fillies have been catching the eye of some. Raffle Prize, who was sent off the odds-on favourite for the Cheveley Park Stakes, has taken 8% of bets in the last week. She cannot be ruled out by any stretch of the imagination, and punters have been helping themselves to the 10/1 available on her.
The final filly to note who has received some interest is Boomer. Fifth in the Fillies’ Mile, three lengths behind Quadrilateral, Tom Dascombe’s runner has caught the eye of some. Clearly, they think the 14/1 is value and she can turn over the form with those in front of her in the Fillies’ Mile.
Cloak Of Spirits has only taken 5% of bets for the race, despite being as short as 8/1. Of those at the bigger prices, Rose Of Kildare hasn’t gone unnoticed at 40/1. However, if the oddschecker betting activity is anything to go by, it is very much a three horse race.
Punters cannot split Quadrilateral, Love or Millisle. It will be intriguing to see how the markets shape over the weekend. There is no guarantee Quadrilateral will go off favourite, with her main two rivals both on the receiving end of plenty of money. She is, however, currently holding up at the top of the market and oddschecker users are happy to keep their faith in Roger Charlton’s filly at the moment.
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