Why, asks VG Tips member Oscar, is the flat racing in September and October such a muddling collection of hard to forecast races?
Those who have followed me for years, or even decades, have seen me write about that subject in the past.
The fact is that, come this time of the year, far too many flat races are made up of horses that are tired. They've been racing hard and often since April or May and, to be frank, they are knackered and in need of a winter of rest.
Or we see late season maiden races in . . .
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