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Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie: #1 Havana Grey (Newmarket, 2.20pm)
There is a cracking card at Newmarket today for the first classic of the British flat season.
And our Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie looks a winner.
The first leg is Keiran Burke’s Havana Grey.
This three-year-old son of Havana Gold emerged as a rising star for Burke last season.
He landed four races last season on a variety of going and types of tracks.
In addition, they were top races.
He bagged two Listed contests at Sandown and won a Group 3 at Goodwood.
Havana Grey then signed off his season with two second places in Group races at Deauville and Doncaster.
That is top class form and we expect him to have an equally fruitful season this time around.
The conditions of this race suit and we reckon he can win this.
Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie: #2 Defoe (Newmarket, 2.55pm)
The second leg of our Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie is Defoe.
This four-year-old is a son of Dalakhani and is trained by Roger Varian.
He clocked up a sequence last season and won four on the bounce.
In addition, they were decent races he was winning.
He bagged two valuable handicaps, one Listed race and one Group 3.
And he showed he had strengthed over the winter by landing a Group 3 at Newbury last month.
That was a career-best effort and we suspect he is going to go from strength to strength this campaign.
Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie: #3 Masar (Newmarket, 3.35pm)
The last leg of our Saturday, May 5: Newmarket 2000 Guineas Day Daily Trixie runs in the big one.
The 2000 Guineas is the first classic for young colts and we like the look of Masar.
Trainer Charlie Appleby is firing at a 43% strike rate at present and Massar is a good one.
Owned by Godolphin, this three-year-old is a beautifully bred son of New Approach, who was himself a close second in the 2008 2000 Guineas.
Masar made a winning debut at Goodwood last season and went on to win the Group 3 Solario Stakes at Sandown.
He has run twice this season and was disappointing on his seasonal debut in Meydan.
However, he was much better here at Newmarket last month.
He led from the front that day and absolutely hosed up in the Group 3 Craven Stakes.
To win a Group race by 9 lengths is some going and we reckon he’ll take some stopping here.
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