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Top Two Horses to take from the British Flat season to date
The British flat season returned at a later date, but has since seen endless impressive performances and horses worth following moving forward. There are two horses that must sit high on any list of horses to follow and each will be set for at least one other run this flat campaign.
The first horse to make the list is the Aiden O’Brien trained three year old, Love. She went into the current season following a promising two year old campaign, that saw her win three of her seven starts. However, she has returned a much improved horse and is clearly a horse to follow and could yet be a major challenger for the Arc. A race that she is already being supported for, with punters using the last William Hill offers. Love returned this season in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket and produced a dominant performance to win by just over four lengths. She was well supported on the day and sent off as the second favourite. Love travelled well throughout the race and was then shaken up from two furlongs out and cleared away from the rest of the field. That victory stamped her out as much improved.

Following this, Love was sent off as the short priced favourite for the Investec Oaks at Epsom. She produced potentially the performance of the season to date, making strong headway and clearing away to win very impressively by nine lengths. That was a stunning performance and she is now amongst the favourites to win the Arc and could take all the beating.
The second horse is the Charlie Appleby trained five year old, Ghaiyyath. The son of Dubawi has fast established himself into one of the leading horses in training and has returned in flying form this season. He entered the current season with a record of five wins from his eight starts under rules, culminating with a well beaten run in the Arc. However, 137 days later he returned with an easy eight length victory in a Group three at Meydan. A further break followed and the horse returned by making all to win well in the Group one Coronation stakes at Newmarket. In the process beating both Anthony Van Dyck and the now three time Ascot Gold Cup winner Stradivarius.

A month later and the horse was set the tough task in the Group one Coral-Eclipse against the likes of Japan and Enable. He again made all and produced and battling performance to win comfortably and beat the even money favourite Enable. The pair could yet face off again in the Arc later this season.

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