Maybe has been supported in recent weeks for the 1000 Guineas in the opening Classic of the season for fillies over 1m at Newmarket.
Aidan O’Brien’s three-year old is unbeaten in five starts as a two-year old, including a win in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes over 7f at the Curragh back in August.
Connections have reported that they are happy with the way she has come back into training following her winter break and a run is expected in April before a shot at the big race at Newmarket a month later. People following the best online horse racing betting need to remember this.
Aidan’s son Joseph has ridden the Ballydoyle runner on her last three outings and looks set to keep the ride this season in what could be a run in both the 1000 Guineas and the Oaks at Epsom where she is prominent in the market. Jospeh is also expected to ride the favourite in the 2000 Guineas in Camelot for his father Aidan.
Discourse could well be Mohmood Al Zarooni and Godolphins best chance at Newmarket in May. The three-year old doesn’t quite have the experience that Maybe has, but has done little wrong in her two wins from two starts in 2011. Her victory at Newmarket on the July course showed what a useful prospect she is and connections have kept her wrapped up since then as they aim to win back-to-back 1000 Guineas following Blue Bunting’s success last year. Unfortunately, the Dual Classic winner will not be returning to action this season after she was retired earlier in the month after picking up a leg injury in training for a run at the Dubai world Cup meeting at Meydan.