Guineas Antepost Lucky15 - UK & Ireland

2000 Guineas - Kinross 14/1

We kick off with a double figure each-way selection in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Charlie Appleby's Pinatubo will evidently take all the beating if matching or improving on his juvenile exploits, but there is no value left in his price at 10/1 and we think Kinross has a cracking chance of at least hitting the frame.

As a Kingman colt is he expected to improve plenty as a 3-y-o and he has proven course form having bolted up by 8 lengths here on debut.

He followed that up with a poor display in the Futurity Trophy (sent off 13/8) but we are happy to put a line through that race with it being ran on the AW at Newcastle, which will have suited the US-bred winner.

1000 Guineas - Love 11/1

Aidan O'Brien looks like he will send over a select few to Newmarket this season and it looks as though Love will be his main hope in the 1000 Guineas.

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 each-way 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.

Irish 2000 Guineas - Vatican City 6/1

Vatican City is a full brother to the English & Irish 2000 Guineas winner Gleneagles and the recent market support suggests he is opting to take on Siskin rather than Pinatubo.

Ger Lyons' market leader sets a high standard to aim at but he has to step up from 6f to 1m and he hasn't been seen since his behaviour in the Middle Park Stakes.

For this reason, we make Aidan O'Brien's charge a solid each way addition to the Lucky15.

He looks a ready made miler and carries a lofty reputation.

Irish 1000 Guineas - Fancy Blue 5/1

It is interesting that Aidan O'Brien doesn't have many lined up for this race having passed on unbeaten Deep Impact filly Fancy Blue onto his son Donnacha.

She shapes like she wants a trip and may well be the one for the Irish Oaks but she has already won over 7f and 8f and looks classy enough to cope with the distance.

It looks a weak renewal this year, we don't see her outside of the frame.