With horses racing back up and running after lockdown restrictions being lifted, we want to look into some horses that everyone should have their eyes on for the rest of 2020 and moving forward into the future. There some great 3-year-olds bursting onto the scene right now, and we delve into the analysis of that today.
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Horse number one that you must keep your eye on is one of Tom Dascombe’s horse Breathalyze – a straight forward decision to put him top of this list due to the fact that the official handicapper has given Breathalyse an official handicap of 88 from his race appearances from 2019. We personally believe that this undermines what the horse has already achieved with winning 2 out of its 4 races.
Our next tip to look out for would be Brentford Hope, trained by Richard Hughes, surged onto the scheme in impressive fashion as shown below, winning emphatically at Newmarket. It always causes curiosity when a horse wins so big in their debut, and we can see similarities with race horse Convict who carries less weight in a winning a nursery on the card and ran over a very similar distance. Moving forward, we can see Brentford Hope being dangerous in 12 furlongs or maybe further due to his superior speed and stamina.
ICYMI: Brentford Hope produced this impressive performance on debut at @NewmarketRace this week and @RHughesracing spoke to @Niallhannity about his youngster on #TheFridayClub. Watch the full interview here >>>https://t.co/utdpIhaOpS pic.twitter.com/EbONQfNxQV
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