When is the 1000 Guineas? Newmarket date, start time, runners, draw & betting

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The second of the season’s Classics – and the first restricted to fillies – has attracted 14 runners.

The withdrawal of antepost fancies Inspiral and Homeless Songs has blown the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket wide open and it’s Aidan O’Brien’s Tenebrism who heads Paddy Power’s betting market.


A lucrative prize fund worth £500,000 is up for grabs including £283,550 to winning connections, making it one of the most prestigious races on the calendar in the UK.

You’ll find all the key details about the 1000 Guineas including the date, start time and Paddy Power’s odds below.

When is the 1000 Guineas?

The 2022 renewal of the 1000 Guineas is set to take place at 3.40pm on Sunday, May 1. Aidan O’Brien saddled Mother Earth to victory in last year’s race, with Frankie Dettori onboard.

Which horses are running in the 1000 Guineas? What is the draw?

Ameynah David Egan (Stall 12)
Cachet James Doyle (3)
Discoveries Shane Foley (6)
Flash Betty Silvestre De Sousa (1)
Hello You Rossa Ryan (8)
Juncture Colin Keane (2)
Malavath Christophe Soumillon (7)
Mise En Scene Cieren Fallon (11)
Prosperous Voyage Rob Hornby (9)
Sandrine David Probert (13)
Tenebrism Ryan Moore (5)
Tuesday Frankie Dettori (4)
Wild Beauty William Buick (14)
Zellie Tom Marquand (10)

Who is the favourite to win the 1000 Guineas?

Cheveley Park Stakes winner Tenebrism heads Paddy Power’s betting for the 1000 Guineas amid the absence of Inspiral.

Ballydoyle second string, Tuesday, is also prominent in our market after the daughter of Galileo broke her maiden status at the second time of asking at Naas in March.

Discoveries beat Tuesday last June and swiftly followed up with Group 1 success in the Moyglare Stud Stakes.

Malavath makes the trip over from France after scoring impressively in the Prix Imprudence at Deauville earlier this month.

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