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haafhd
Two Thousand Guineas Result

Haafhd gave trainer Barry Hills and his jockey-son Richard a convincing victory in the UltimateBet.com 2000 Guineas at Newmarket. Haafhd hit the front two furlongs out and the 11-2 shot galloped on strongly to beat Snow Ridge (8-1) by a length and three-quarters, with Azamour (25-1) a further length away in third.

Newmarket Racecourse
One Thousand Guineas Result

Attraction holds off the late rattle of Sundrop to win the 1,000 Guineas. Hathrah fills third behind the Mark Johnston-trained winner, ridden by Kevin Darley.

UltimateBet.com Guineas Festival
Two Thousand Guineas News

Haafhd gave trainer Barry Hills and his jockey-son Richard a convincing victory in the UltimateBet.com 2000 Guineas at Newmarket. Haafhd hit the front two furlongs out and the 11-2 shot galloped on strongly to beat Snow Ridge (8-1) by a length and three-quarters, with Azamour (25-1) a further length away in third.

Newmarket Racecourse
One Thousand Guineas News
Attraction made all the running to win the UltimateBet.com 1000 Guineas at Newmarket for the North. Trained in Middleham by Mark Johnston and ridden by Kevin Darley, the 11-2 shot maintained her unbeaten record to take the fillies' Classic. She held the late surge of Godolphin's Sundrop (16-1) by half a length, with Hathrah (6-1) another half a length away in third.
Kieren Fallon and Russian Rhythm took the 2003 1,000 Guineas
1000 Guineas Stakes History
The Rowley Mile Course has been home to the first two of the five great "classic" Races, the One Thousand Guineas and the Two Thousand Guineas, since 1814 and 1809 respectively.
2000 Guineas Stakes
2000 Guineas Stakes History
The Guineas meeting, held at the historic Newmarket course, hosts the first Classics of the Flat season. The 2,000 Guineas is for three-year-old colts and fillies and is run on the famous Rowley Mile course.
Newmarket Racecourse
Newmarket Racecourse
Newmarket has been recognised as the Headquarters of Racing for over 300 years. Some 3000 horses are in training in the immediate vicinity of this unique racing town, set in the heart of East Anglia, yet only sixty minutes from London by road or rail.
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