It's Time To Get Serious....

There's a time for humour. A long winter to twiddle ones thumbs. But with a new Flat turf season starting on 31st March - Doncaster's William Hill Lincoln Meeting - let's take a deep breath, filling those lungs, to cheer home a successful campaign for High Class Equine. This is where the hard work starts but fun begins. From Saturday, HCE with revert back to our beloved specialist subject: two-year-old horse racing. You may look at many blogs - brilliant, insightful reads. However, you will go a long way to find one better than our niche blog. If you want to know the best juveniles in training, gain unique insight and an edge over the opposition, then we will do one thing. Impress.

So what can we offer:


HCE: BATTLE HARD 
  • Daily Race Analysis
  • In Depth Trainer Profiles
  • Access To A Unique Database
  • Group Race Analysis (pinpointing the best juveniles in racing)
  •  HCE Gold Tips 
  • Part Of A Blogging Community        


I would personally like to thank all the blogging community for their support by way of comments, advice, link exchange & advertising. In particular my good friends Mark & Clint who always go the extra furlong. 

Here's looking forwards to a successful year.

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2 comments:

C.L.T.R.S said...

Morning Mate, on last years stat list for 2yr olds did you come across red hand?

HCE said...

Hi Clint,

No, I can't say I have any knowledge about Red Hand. Certainly a costly purchase. I always find Gosden quite difficult to assess on debut. It looks a pretty poor race. Inexperience can always be costly on debut and especially so on a turning course. I don't really have an opinion on it to be fair, beyond these basic thoughts.