Why is Group Horse so powerful?
Basically, it details the best two-year-old horses in training. Whether unraced, lightly raced or even if we are looking into the future, perhaps a horse running for the first time at three. That is the strength of this remarkable information.
Do you want to know the best horses before they are known to the racing public?
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For example, let's take the 7:30 Kempton - ''Road To The Kentucky Derby '' Conditions Stakes (Plus 10) (1st March) over 1 mile on standard to slow going.
This race is worth £43,575.00 to the winner and stepping stone to the Kentucky Derby. Here is a link to the race if you want to see the horses, trainers, betting odds. I know what you are saying 'Well, we can all see it is a good race with talented horses''.
The example is about looking back to see which horses Group Horse identified from this race at two-year-olds.
From the eight three-year-olds how many did we identify at two? Those unraced or lightly raced. Remember 80% of horses don't win a race and most of them are no great shakes.
So identifying horses to achieve this level is exceptional.
So which of the horse did we identify?
Fortune's Pearl (Andrew Balding) - 2 wins, raced at Group class and has an official rating of 100.
Gronkowski (Jeremy Noseda) - Raced 4 times achieving 2 wins and on official rating of 95.
Jellmood (Marco Botti) - A very consistent horse with one win from seven start but placed on five other occasions. An official rating of 95.
Ventura Knight - A progressive, durable horse who has won four races from eleven starts. An official rating of 95.
Gronkowski is tissue priced at 13/8f.
All four horses are talents. Each of these horses was identified by Group Horse at two.
Look where they are at three.
Who knows where they will be at the end of the year?
Perhaps a Kentucky Derby winner!