Because I’m a nerd (and more competitive than I let on) I had a sheet of A4 with potential horses for this year on it, that I started round about Cheltenham time. And I’ve lost it. Which is just as well, because it started as two neat columns and by May the paper was crammed full on both sides with horses’ names stuffed in between the names, written vertically up the margins, abbreviated and written so tiny to fit them in that I could hardly read them. I think it included half the horses in training and some that probably aren’t.
BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD.
I struggle because I’m not trying to win it. It’s bloody tough trying to find horses who nobody else has went for, but at the same time, I’ve got to find ones that will actually win, I don’t want to finish on zero lol
Cheers, VtC. Sorry I can’t donate, currently a student so have to watch every penny unfortunately. My ten to follow won’t be winning (resisted the likes of Klassical Dream & Altior) but hopefully I can finish respectably in lower mid-table, certainly nothing quite as wild as Kamil in this year’s list. You do a brilliant job running this and look forward to seeing how this competition unfolds.