Jet Setting beats Minding, the pair ten clear

Irish 1000 Guineas Trends 2023

Staged at The Curragh racecourse the Irish 1,000 Guineas is a Group One class race for 3 year-olds fillies. Run over 1m the contest normally takes place each year in May and was first run in 1921.

Horses that contested the English 1,000 Guineas often go onto run in this race, while winners of the Irish 1,000 Guineas tend head to Ascot for the Coronation Stakes.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien has won four of the last 6 runnings, while in total, O’Brien has won the race a staggering 10 times.

We take a look back at past winners, plus have all the key trends ahead of the 2023 Irish 1,000 Guineas – run on Sunday 21st May 2022.

Recent Irish 1,000 Guineas Winners

2022 - HOMELESS SONGS (11/2)
2021 - EMPRESS JOSEPHINE (14/1)
2020 – PEACEFUL (3/1)
2019 – HERMOSA (5/2 fav)
2018 – ALPHA CENTAURI (12/1)
2017 – WINTER (9/1)
2016 – JET SETTING (9/1)
2015 – PLEASCACH (11/2)
2014 – MARVELLOUS (10/1)
2013 – JUST THE JUDGE (2/1 fav)
2012 – SAMITAR (12/1)

 

Irish 1,000 Guineas Betting Trends and Stats

11/11 - Irish bred horses
10/11 - Had at least 3 previous runs
10/11 - Had won over at least 7f before
9/11 - Had won between 1-2 times
8/11 - Ran in the last 6 weeks
8/11 - Drawn between stalls 6-11 (inc)
8/11 - Ran between 4-8 times before
8/11 - Favourites placed in the top 3
7/11 - Hadn’t run at the Curragh before
5/11 - Ran at Newmarket last time out
5/11 - Trained by Aidan O’Brien (10 wins in total)
4/11 - Ran in the English 1000 Guineas last time (2 winners)
3/11 - Ridden by Ryan Moore
2/11 - Ridden by Seamie Heffernan (2 of the last 3)
1/11 - Winning favourites
The average winning SP in the last 11 runnings is 15/2

 

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