POETIC FLARE triumphs for Jim Bolger and Kevin Manning in the 2021 QIPCO 2000 Guineas at Newmarket

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “POETIC FLARE triumphs for Jim Bolger and Kevin Manning in the 2021 QIPCO 2000 Guineas at Newmarket” – below is their description.

A victory for experience at Newmarket as Kevin Manning becomes the oldest rider since Lester Piggott to take a British Classic as the 54-year-old takes the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket aboard Poetic Flare for his 79-year-old father-in-law Jim Bolger.

Bolger described the successful colt as “the complete package” and the 2000 Guineas as “the biggest race in the world” after the success in a photo-finish over Master Of The Seas and William Buick for Godolphin.

Read the full race report and interviews: https://www.racingtv.com/news/poetic-flare-pips-master-of-the-seas-to-scoop-guineas-glory-for-bolger-and-manning

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