Racing Ahead



As soon as the tumult dies down from Cheltenham and Aintree, we know it’s off with the tweeds and on with the lounge suits as the glittering prizes of the new Flat season gallop into view.

No matter how much we may love the great gladiators of National Hunt, there is no doubt that the sniff of Spring air and a hint of sunshine brings thoughts of

Epsom and Ascot.

It alls starts in earnest, of course, at Newmarket this month with the first Classics, the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas.

What special horses will be unveiled? Will there be another Mill Reef or Sea the Stars bursting forth on the Rowley Mile?

Early days, but we have done our best in this edition to highlight the horses we expect to help you pay your way through summer. Happy hunting.

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