In Search of Class Horses

Charlie Appleby - The Apple of Godolphin's Eye
It's been a quiet time On The Gallops. 

However, we have been keeping our ear to the ground and I've heard the sound of hooves. Not just any, old horses but class two-year-olds who have been pleasing not only trainers but connections. We run a private website called Group Horse Daily. You can click on the link but you won't get to see what we have to offer because it is subscription based. To be honest, it is as cheap as chips at just £37.5 per annum. 

What do you get for your money? 

Daily updates about the best two-year-old horses in training, categorised by trainers big and small, and even noted to help you pinpoint tip selections on the day. 

The worth of knowing the best horses for a given trainer speaks for itself. If you have these specimens on your radar you are three-quarters the way to picking a winner. In fact, our list will detail the winner of every Listed/Group race. 

Just to give you a feel for what we offer take a look at Group Horse which is the promotional page for Group Horse Daily. This details more information which explains what we are all about and you can even take a 7-day free trial if you so wish. 

For reference, consider one trainer who has been exceptional this year. Charlie Appleby has been firing in winners from the start of the season and it has carried. 


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Here are a few of the two-year-olds detailed this season:

Sound And Silence 
Aqabah 
Masar 

We have a selection of juveniles yet to make their racecourse debut worthy of note:

Aurum 

This son of Exceed And Exel is a talking horse who we expect to go well when making his debut soon. 

Nordic Lights 

This chestnut son of Intenso cost 575,000G when purchased at the breeze up sales. Been showing ability on the gallops.  

Mythical Magic

This bay colt is a son of Iffraaj cost 140,000G when purchased as a foal. One of seven juveniles to be entered for the first declaration stage of the Gimcrack Stakes Group 2

For all the top-class two-year-olds your best bet is to subscribe to Group Horse Daily