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Key horses set to have a successful 2019
over the coming flat season
Following an incredible Cheltenham festival, we now move our attentions back to the flat, with the likes of Royal Ascot and the Guineas to look forward to in the coming months. Here we cover a number of horses who look set to have a lot of success over the coming season and are worth following.
Too Darn Hot
The Champion two year old of last season, who won all four starts that culminated with the impressive success in the Dewhurst at Newmarket. By Dubawi he is bred to be a champion and is held in the highest regard by his trainer, John Gosden.

He is expected to again take high order this season and is around even money to kick off the season with a victory in the 2000 Guineas. He has already proved a very popular ante post selection for the race amongst punters using the Ladbrokes promotional codes that are available. He is also the clear current favourite for the Derby, and if he stays will take all the beating. Too Darn Hot is without a doubt one of the most exciting young horses to look forward to over the coming flat season.
Blue Point
The Charlie Appleby trained five year old Blue Point, is without a doubt the leading sprinter in training at present. He was an impressive winner of the King’s Stand last season at Royal Ascot, and all being well, will be aimed there again in the coming months. He has already made three appearances this season, winning on each occasion, that culminated with the recent victory in the Al Quoz Sprint on World Cup night in Meydan. If he continues in his current form then he is going to take all the beating where ever he runs, over five and six furlongs and is a sprinter to follow.
The star of the 2018 Breeders Cup and key horse to follow is Newspaperofrecord. The three year old trained by Chad Brown has already gained a huge reputation following her unbeaten record, winning each start by over six lengths. This culminated with the eye catching front running ride in the Juvenile Fillies turf at Churchill Downs, as she destroyed a high class field. She looks a very exciting horse and it appears she will be heading over to Royal Ascot for the Coronation Stakes and even possibly the Guineas at Newmarket prior to this.
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