Race One (Menazzi)
This three-year-old Gelding performed exceptionally in the Ipswich racetrack a few races ago. Even before this official win, Menazzi managed to win a trial race in the Sunshine Coast, making him the favorite to win in the first race.
Race Two: Peppi La Few
Peppi La Few can feel the win within his grasp. His three consecutive second-place finishes make this horse more likely to clinch the win in this race.
Furthermore, this horse currently carries five wins with him throughout his career. Because of the experience and the potential to place first in the race, this horse is the favorite to win this race.
Race Four: Kirkeby
Kirkeby is currently training under Chris Waller to hopefully clinch the win in the Eagle Farm racetrack. His second-place finish in the Gold Coast racetrack makes this horse more likely to win today’s race.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Q1: Is horse racing a sport?
Horse racing is a very popular sport in many countries. This sport requires tremendous effort from the jockey and the health and stamina of the horse.
Q2: How old do racehorses start racing?
Horses can start racing as young as two years old. These horses reach their peak at about five years old.
Q3: How old do horses retire?
Horses usually stop racing by four years old. At this age, the horses are no longer fast enough to beat the younger horses in the race. After retiring, the horse is usually commissioned to other tasks required by the owner.