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by Roy Brindley |  Published: May 01, 2010


Deadlines can wreak havoc with antepost betting advice, although when selecting a horse at the head of the betting for a classic flat race in mid-winter there is little reason for their market price, like my opinion, to move significantly. The horse in question is Special Duty, the race is the 1000 Guineas, the one-mile classic for three-year-old-fillies at Newmarket on May 2. Firstly I much prefer backing fillies antepost for the 1000 Guineas than colts for the 2000 Guineas or the Derby, as the fairer sex always carry their form into their second season whereas numerous top-class two-year-old colts have failed to train-on down the years. Statistically the list of previous 1000 Guineas winners clearly indicates the 2010 champion will most probably have been successful in Group class as a two-year-old. Similarly, like 2007 hero Finsceal Beo, 2006 winner Speciosa, 2004 victor Attraction, and 2003 champion Russian Rhythm, the ...

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