The first Classics of the season are upon us with the 2000 and 1000 Guineas set to take centre stage in the racing world this weekend.
Both races have Aidan O’Brien-trained short-priced favourites but despite their respective rock-solid credentials it hasn’t stopped the Twittersphere indulging in the intrigue of this year’s renewals.
So, what is everyone saying about the upcoming action on the Rowley Mile?
A’OB has told Racing UK he hopes his star attraction can successfully tackle an unfamiliar trip at the first time of asking…
— Racing UK (@Racing_UK) April 29, 2016
The 2000 isn’t all about AFB. Trainer Owen Burrows will have his first shot at Classic glory with Massaat. Here’s what his apprentice jockey Tommy O’Connor thinks about his employer’s chances…
— Tommy O`Connor Jnr (@TommyO_Connor) April 29, 2016
On the eve of the race, this interview with Ryan Moore has gone down pretty well.
— The Guardian (@guardian) April 29, 2016
And here’s that man again riding the course at Newmarket.
This is how you become a Classic champion!
— Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) April 28, 2016
Well, do you remember this?
— NHRM (@nhrm_newmarket) April 29, 2016
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