The thrill and excitement of horse racing are incomparable to any other sport in the world. The game has amazing twists and turns like no other.
The fans and punters love this sport, and you simply cannot afford to miss any single action from the game. You can always get the latest horse racing results on Racing Post.
They are posted as they happen and you will definitely be in touch with what is happening on the racing track right from your PC or your mobile phone.
Today was an awesome racing day, and the action was outstanding. We saw the big wigs go down and the underdogs marvelling although this is not a total surprise since horse racing will always have such in store. On to today's horse racing results racing post:
The AYR was an amazing racecourse that was filled with relations and sorrows for the losers. The ground was good to soft, and this was part of the reason behind the thrill.
The first race was George and Rona Done Working Race Maiden Auction Fillies Stakes. Micolys was the winner of this race after tracking leaders for a while before challenging their supremacy and outpacing them to all to the first position and holding on there. He was an expected winner with 3/1 odds.
The time was 1 minute 89 seconds which is about 7.59 seconds slower but was simply an amazing run. The trainer K R Burke was happy to see the horse won though he was not surprised.
Dream On Dreamer was second. The horse has an intriguing tactic of coming slowly into stride, had a chance to lead the pack only to be beaten on the final furlong.
The horse exhibited a good run and Ritchie Fiddes the owner could not hide his excitement. London Grammar was third placed, taking keen hold early in the race but was ridden and outpaced by the leaders. Our Lois, Serenity Dove and Three Duchesses were the last three in this race.
The Polyflor Handicap was the second race of the day, and Forever Lady emerged victorious here with a time of one minute thirty-five seconds.
She made an ordinary learn but was sure all the way and the stamina at the final furlong displayed the full capability of this horse.
Moonlightnavigator was second in this race though it was the odds’ favourite. The two leaders were the expected title contenders, and the race had limited surprises.
Tiger Jim emerged third just as the odds predicted followed by Call Out Loud, Invoke, Dandyleekie, Royal Duchess and Rocco’s Delight, the surprise last. Cymraeg Bounty was a non-runner and might have denied us some more piece of the action.
Another intriguing race was the Watch Racing UK in HD Handicap. The race was quite competitive although the results went according to the bookmaker’s predictions.
Archie Advice won with a time of two minutes one second. The horse took a keen hold of the race early and soon took the lead and held on.
The trainer Keith Dalgleish was impressed by this performance and was looking forward to future tests for the horse.
The second was Fray, who was basically outpaced by Archie. Eastern Dragon, Mujazif, Taking Libertys, Almulahab, Haymarket and Spirit of the Sea followed the leaders in that order.
Ballinrobe was also action packed today. The Tote Smart Quick Picks Now Available Claiming Race was the first race and was a good curtaining raising event for the horse lovers.
Dea Dia was the outstanding performer of the race beating the likes of Zero Euro, Specific Gravity and King Christophe, who were the favoured by the odds.
The horses were fourth, fifth and sixth respectively despite being the favourites for the race. It was a very disappointing showdown for most of the owners and trainers in the arena, and the punters could be seen bowing down their heads.
Dea Dia was first but lost his position to second place, tracked the leader before regaining his position and maintaining it to the end of the race.
Princess Tamay was second after being persistent in the Mid-division and trading well in the final furlong to lie just behind the leader.
The horse was despised by the odd as she began the race with a 33/1 odd but managed to prove the analysts wrong. Maybe next time they will take this horse more seriously.
Coral Cluster was third beating Zero Euro surprisingly. My Painter was a non-runner and maybe this denied us a little more action.
The final highlight race of the day was Daily Tips On The Tote.com Apprentice. It ended in three minutes one second with Ben Rumson at the helm of it all.
It was a struggle for the leader as he chased the leaders, had to struggle for some space at a point and managed to take the lead inside the final furlong and protected it with all his strength and might.
Belarusian and Byron Beauty were second and third respectively. This was the most competitive race of the day despite having three non-runners.
Beverly also hosted an awesome horse racing day. The today's horse racing results racing post was not in any way disappointing. Hazely was the winner at a time of three minutes and thirty-six seconds.
The trainer James Bethell was impressed by the winner though it was not the most competitive of horse races.
The race for the top spot was tough with Hazely, Monjeni and Chestnut Storm all eager to clinch this post. The odds were also close between the three and the final result was simply a case of 'may the best horse win'.
Racing Post had those as the day’s highlights although the day was quite thrilling and exciting. It was a good day for the punters with some expected wins in some of the racecourses, but it also had its own fair share of upsets. Visit the Racing Post site tomorrow for more results as they happen.