I always say: ''keep an eye on the Group entry page because it is the answer to the question.''
That question is to help find winners.
The entries are building and this point on there will be lots of information to help keep you informed. Yesterday, I added a Listed race and Class 2 entry. You can see by the horse names marked in pink
Example: Summer Romance 4, L
The majority of significantly-entered juveniles win.
Simply click the link to review Group 2019 Page.
Readers may have noticed Richard Hannon's attractive filly Willa racing on the 25th June, at Newbury. This daughter of Dutch Art wasn't fancied on debut at Newmarket. She ran in a hot race. The winner, Daaheya, went on the win the Albany Stakes (Group 3) at Royal Ascot. Will was beaten just under 12-lengths in eighth place.
On the evidence of that first race, there wasn't too much to get excited about. However, the entries detailed that Richard Hannon & connections held this March foal in some regard. The Class 2 entries added to the proof. At its biggest price, Willa was 20/1 (may have been bigger on Betfair). There was money for her at one point as the price was slashed to 10/1, before drifting back to an SP of 12/1.
I'm not sure if you watched the race, but Willa travelled exceptional well and I thought she held an outstanding chance of winning at the two-furlong pole. In fact, in-running, she touched prices as low as 1/2. Coming into the final furlong, she was pressed by Picture Frames, trained by Saeed bin Suroor (this bay filly will be receiving entries) who ran out an easy winner after a disappointing effort last time out when racing over five furlongs. Willa was clear of the third horse by over three lengths.
What I'm saying here is that you should keep an eye on the entries [2019 Group] because they are the key to finding winners.
It literally takes a few minutes a day to find them. It's exactly what I do on a daily basis and it isn't difficult and you certainly don't need me to detail them on a daily basis.
See Full Result here.