December 12th, 2019
The Racing Horse looks at two more races from Cheltenham and will proved a Racecourse Template. This[...]
Backing Godolphin runners in the recent past has been profitable for us and actually paid for our 2017 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL visit later this year. Generally speaking they are easy to read and run horses on their merits.
After the latest coup d'état and consequent deposition of the amiable John Ferguson, jockey bookings will take on greater significance as Saeed bin Suroor attempts to show the racing world the lack of recent major success was not his fault! In effect he is now under the spotlight with pressure to produce.
For a global multi-million pound superpower the lack of success in British Classics is nothing short of catastrophic! Dawn Approach (trained by Irishman Jim Bolger) won the 2000 Guineas in 2013 but it's now 22 long years since Saeed Bin Suroor completed that Epsom Classic double with Lammtarra and Moonshell. One thing is clear, this trainer desperately needs another young Frankie Dettori but where can he find one, is there one?
We venture behind troubled mist seeking clarity.
|Silvestre De Sousa||66||304||22%|
|Silvestre De Sousa||24||99||24%|
|Runs||S/R||Prize money||1pt stake|
|Saeed bin Suroor||1755||23%||£7,990,776||-122.15|
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