Have you ever wondered what happens to horses after their racing days are over?
Do they sit around boasting about their triumphs while eating sugar lumps in high-backed chairs?
“Did I tell you about that time I won the Gold Cup, dear?”
“Yes, Denman, about a thousand times.”
Perhaps you know what a couple of retirement routes for horses are – but I bet some would surprise you.
There are a dizzying number of second lives available to a racehorse when their days of legging it around with a tiny man on their back are over.
As well as a couple they probably wouldn’t relish.
That’s the subject of Patrick Lynch’s fascinating in-depth article today.
FREE for you to read, of course.
Speaking of retirement, here’s a good way to make sure you have a tidy little income when you retire.
Dobbing is a method of betting that makes steady profits at a risk level of practically zero.
That’s because if your horse wins you make a profit.
And if your horse loses, you don’t lose anything.
How is this possible? And what horses and races do you need to be betting on?
All is revealed in the sensational ebook Dobbing Secrets.
All the best,
The Race Advisor