Tuesday 25 April 2017

Group Horse

'Sir Michael Stoute told me the best two-year-old in his stable'

You may know a decent tipster but we know someone who knows better. 

It's obvious really. The horse trainer. 

They often buy horses, train them, know their potential and when they are likely to win. Imagine if you could tap into this information. A horse that is held in such high regard isn't a secret to you.

Group Horse gives readers a new angle to discover the best horses in training. This insight is something that horse owners are privy. 

Would you question Sir Michael Stoute if he whispered: 

''This is my best two-year-old in the stable and it's running today.'' 

What would you think? How confident would you feel? I imagine you would bet good money. You'd be confident in the information you had received.

Our readers have experienced this privileged information and we are extending this invitation to you. 

Group Horse is all about giving value, building trust, and working with integrity. That's why we love to prove our worth. In fact, we will do that by giving every subscriber 10 Dark Horses. We deal specifically with two-year-old horse racing, tapping into this inside information. It's a fact that trainers would rather keep this information to themselves. However, we know how to access these top-class horses before the crowd.   

Just imagine if you could see through a trainer's eyes. A list of horse trainers including the biggest names: Charlie Appleby, Richard Hannon, Saeed bin Suroor, Andrew Balding, Paul Cole, Roger Charlton... Last year we detailed the best horses from over 100 stables.  

It sounds a crazy notion but it's 100% true. 

Imagine knowing top-class two-year-old horses before they set foot on course. Subscribe free to www.grouphorse.co.uk and receive 10 Dark Horses emailed to you over this Flat turf season.

Saturday 1 April 2017

Cheltenham Festival - David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle

Cheltenham Festival enlists several races for female horses only. Among them is the David Nicholson Hurdles race that is run on the opening day of the four-day festival. It has proven to be a popular competition for mares seeking to go against the boys in subsequent competitions.

Mares must have attained the age of four years to become eligible for the David Nicholson Hurdle. They take to the Old course looking to complete a two miles and four furlongs distance (4005 m) with a £110,000 purse at stake. The winner takes around £60000 of this amount.

The race will be crossing its decade mark in the 2018 festival as it continues to build history for itself. Quevega remains the race’s most dominant horse having won six consecutive outings between 2009 and 2014. She was ridden by Ruby Walsh and trained by Willie Mullins the entire time. The duo enjoy a record six and seven wins respectively which they will look to extend at the 2018 event.