Who To Follow at Newmarket on Sunday

Horse To Follow - Love

The second Classic of the season sees the Fillies fly down the Rowley Mile for the 1000 Guineas and we have an each way and win selection.

Our pick is the Aidan O'Brien trained Love who is the only one of the Irishman's brigade to be left in the contest which means she is special.

This daughter of Galileo rates a similar type to last year's winner. Just like Hermosa, Love had plenty of runs as a 2-y-o, picking up valuable experience to enable her to excel at the classic age.

If she can take a similar step forward then she looks to have brilliant chance in this. The Bet365 Fillies' Mile is a very strong piece of form so with Powerful Breeze omitted Quadrilateral and Love look set to battle it out.

Trainer To Follow - Charlie Appleby

Charlie Appleby is a trainer bang in form and arguably has his best team for a few seasons with Group One challengers and smart juveniles ready to be unleashed.

On Sunday we like the look of a host of his runner starting with Eastern World who holds an Irish Derby entry and should stay further than this mile and looks a very promising recruit for the yard.

He also fields Native who has raced twice in his short career finishing second at Newbury on debut before showing pure class to put a decent field away at Sandown.

These are just two of a host of big chances for the Newmarket based handler.

Jockey To Follow - Oisin Murphy

The jockey we believe will round off the meeting in style is the champion jockey Oisin Murphy who has been in decent form since the start of the season.

He currently has four winners since the turn of the season and will be looking to add to that Sunday having the pick of his rides across the four days at Newmarket.

This year he has three winners and five places from 21 rides on the Rowley Mile.

On Sunday his best rides seem to be Bell Rock for inform Andrew Balding and before that with Run Wild for John Gosden.