A straightforward result in the penultimate race as the three runners are well spread out over the line:
1st – Parachute 3/1
2nd – Echo Point 4/6F
3rd – Defined 4/1
FINAL TWO FURLONGS
Parachute is asked to go first and Defined is ask to reply straight away.
Echo Point is asked to work now and it’s Parachute and Echo Point who lead.
Parachute leads the trio and kicks on for Tom Marquand.
William Buick asks Echo Point for more but isn’t met with much.
It’s PARACHUTE who holds on to win!
The three horses are unmoved at the halfway stage.
Parachute leads from defined and Echo Point with two lengths from front to back.
The 1m 4f Betfair Weighed in Podcast Handicap is underway with Defined taking the early lead.
Parachute takes the early lead with Defined on the outside half a length behind and Echo Point a further length behind.
HEADING TO POST
The three runners are heading to the starting stall for the penultimate race of the day.
Echo point heads the market at 8/13, Parachute is priced at 5/2 and Defined is currently 5/1.
Frankie Dettori salutes Mother Earth and looks to the sky after victory in the 1000 Guineas earlier this afternoon at Newmarket.
The 4/7 favourite is heavily backed in this one and has our racing expert Templegates vote.
4.50 Echo Point
Won on debut and two good second since, including here.
The second-last race of the day is just over ten minutes away from getting underway.
The Betfair Weighed in Podcast Handicap will be run over 1m 4f with the Charlie Appleby trained Echo Point currently leading the market at odds of 4/7.
Parachute is second favourite at 5/2 and Defined 11/2 in what is a race with just three runners.
Annandale is a non-runner in this one.
An aerial shot from the end of the Rowley Mile at Newmarket as Mother Earth crosses the line first.
Stablemate Santa Barbara was the pre-race joint favourite but could only finish fourth in what was only her second ever race.
Today’s victory is also trainer Aidan O’Brien’s SEVENTH win in the 1000 Guineas.
That’s not a bad record!
Frankie Dettori makes it four 1000 Guineas wins aboard Mother Earth this afternoon, TWENTY-THREE years after his first winner in the race.
- Cape Verdi 1998
- Kazzia 2002
- Blue Bunting 2011
- Mother Earth 2021
Jockey Frankie Dettori and trainer Aidan O’Brien celebrate at the presentation for winning the Qipco 1000 Guineas with Mother Nature.
Here’s the result from the 4.15 Betfair British EBF Maiden Stakes.
1st – Dig Two 17/2
2nd – Secret Strength 11/8F
3rd – My Dubawi 7/2
4th – War of Courage 10/1
5th – Berkshire Phoenix 11/4
My Dubawi now comes under pressure from Secret Strength and Dig Two.
It’s Dig Two who finishes well and kicks on in the last half furlong to win easily!
Great ride from James Doyle!
The runners are out of the stalls for this 5f sprint.
My Dubawi starts well and takes the early lead ahead of Dig Two.
Berkshire Phoenix is the back marker.
HEADING TO POST
The jockeys are heading to the post for this short 5f sprint.
Secret Strength tops the market at 11/8 with the Oisin Murphy ridden Berkshire Phoenix the 5/2 second favourite.
Here’s the latest betting for the 4.15 British EBF Maiden Stakes.
4.15 Betfair British EBF Maiden Stakes
Berkshire Phoneix – 9/4
My Dubawi – 11/2
Dig Two – 17/2
War of Courage – 8/1
Right attention now turns to the 4.15pm Betfair British EBF Miaden Stakes over five furlongs.
After napping Mother Earth in the 1000 Guineas our racing expert Templegate has selected Secret Strength for this one.
STILL GOT IT
50-year-old jockey Frankie Dettori is proving he’s still got what it takes to win the biggest races after victory in the Qipco 1000 Guineas.
OUT OF THIS WORLD
Mother Earth crosses the line first for Frankie Dettori in the Qipco 1000 Guineas.
Pre-race joint favourites Santa Barbara and Alcohol Free finished fourth and fifth respectively.
Frankie Dettori is still shouting his way around the Newmarket paddock after victory in the 1000 Guineas.
After 54-year-old Kevin Manning’s victory in the 2000 Guineas yesterday the combined ages of the two winning jockeys is 104 years old!
Here’s a look at Frankie Dettori’s masterful ride aboard Mother Earth to win a FOURTH 1000 Guineas.