This weekend brings us two of the best races of the flat season. On Friday, it's the turn of the fillies and the running of the Oaks, a long time favourite race of mine.
Then, on Saturday, it's the Derby - a race steeped in history.
The Epsom Downs are the fine setting for those two high profile events, and some other good races on the card each day.
It is the case that the quality of the horses entered for the Derby this year are not, frankly, the best to ever compete for this prestigious prize. There is . . .
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