If you don't think breeding matters when it comes to winning races, then look away now.
Sons of Yeats and High Chaparral both won well on Friday. They were, respectively, Lord Yeats and Main Desire. Both impressed and should be put in your notebook.
Some days taking on the obvious favourites is the path to take to profitable punting. On other days, the obvious ones win and you wish you had simply stuck with the. Friday was the latter.
The Queen owned Dartmouth proved to be a solid horse and won in taking fashion on the day.
Having fired . . .
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