Supposedly it’s just women who get baby brain, but clearly that’s not the case, in my email yesterday I sent out a free tip for Saturday’s racing!
My apologies, I will just put it down to lack of sleep, and having a baby screaming next to me while I write.
However, I’ll rectify it today by giving a free selection at the end of this email, which is actually for todays racing 😉
First though, I want to talk about epicness. I want to talk about a horse that is arguably the most famous racehorse in history.
I want to talk about… Red Rum.
Red Rum is arguably the most famous racehorse in history and is often credited with ‘saving’ the Grand National.
Even those with practically no knowledge of horse racing have probably heard of this remarkable Gelding.
Although he is best known for his trio of Grand National wins in the 1970s (the only horse to have achieved the feat), Red Rum actually ran in 100 races and it is a testament to his jumping ability that he had precisely zero falls in his long and glorious career; although he did ‘slip up’ once and also unseated his rider on another occasion.
There are several statues of this great horse at different racecourses across the UK and as well as having a race named after him at Aintree (Red Rum Handicap Chase), he was also given the freedom of Southport!
What is that made this horse so special?
What is it that made this horse a legend?
How did his trainer, Ginger McCain help him?
Now, for that free tip I promised…
And the selection is…
14:40 Ludlow – Back – Roadie Joe
All the best,
Michael and the Race Advisor team