Timeform Tips For Thousand Guineas

July 27th, 2011

As we move towards the end of the 2010/11 season we can take a look at which two year old fillies were the top performed according to timeform as a guide to which fillies will be competitive in the 2011 Thousand Guineas.

The reason looking at the two year fillies at the end of the season is clear. Of the last seven winners of the Thousand Guineas, four of them have been the top timeform filly at the end of the two year old year.

Last year Yosei was the top rated two year old filly thanks to her win in the Sires Produce at Randwick. She showed ordinary form at the start of her three year old campaign, but her class shone through in the Thousand Guineas and she was suddenly a dual Group One winner.

In 2006 Miss Finland was the best filly in the country mile as a two year old, which she showed with a dominant win in the Golden Slipper. She then went on to be totally dominant in her three year old, sweeping all before her including the Thousand Guineas.

The John Hawkes trained Mnemosyne was the second highest rated filly in her year, while Alinghi had the highest rating of any two year old filly in the country and she proved her class in the Thousand Guineas, after winning the Blue Diamond in record time and ran third in the Golden Slipper.

Which leads us to this year. We have seen how the class fillies come to the fore when they become three year olds.

Top Two Year Old Fillies According to Timeform

1. Elite Falls (John O’Shea) 118

2. Pane in the Glass (John Thompson) 117

3. Karuta Queen (Neville Layt) 115

4. Satin Shoes (Clarry Conners) 115

5. Shared Reflections (Gai Waterhouse) 115

6. Disputes (Peter Snowden) 115

7. Fast and Sexy (Chris Waller) 114

8. Mosheen (Leon Corstens) 114

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