2000 GUINEAS DAY – A RECAP
Favourite backers and Godolphin supporters were off to the dream start when Creative Force won the 1.15 by a length.
It was a big win for apprentice William Carver in the next as he rode Andrew Balding’s Bell Rock to an impressive win by over two lengths.
Back to the Charlie Appleby and Buick combination in the 2.25 as Lazuli got favourite backers back on track.
Sir Ron Priestley made every yard of the running in the 3.00 for Mark Johnston and Franny Norton to a comfortable win over Pyledriver.
Then the big one. Wembley and Thunder Moon were the favourites earlier in the day before Battleground was smashes in from a big price to go off 9/2F.
Wembley = 11th, Battleground = 13th and Thunder Moon =LAST of 14 and were nowhere near it.
Master Of The Seas was backed in too and lost out in a photo finish to 16/1 shot Poetic Flare for Kevin Manning and Jim Bolger.
Chil Chil took the next for De Sousa and another for Andrew Balding.
Mohaafeth was the eyecatcher of the day, cantering to victory over some good sorts in the Listed Race.
Before Crossford for Ryan Moore and Charlie Hills took the finale.
All eyes on day two!