Wolf will go straight to Guineas

Amadeus Wolf, who gave Kevin Ryan his first Group One success when winning the Middle Park Stakes last September, will go to the Stan James 2000 Guineas without a prep run.

“He’ll go straight for the 2000 Guineas without a run,” the Hambleton-based handler told At The Races.

“It’s going to be a hard race but I wouldn’t swap him for any other horse in the race. He’s wintered well. He’s forward in his work and in his coat.”

Amadeus Wolf is 14-1 with the sponsors for the Classic at Newmarket on May 6.

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