With the Winter season moving into gear there are three trainers who strike me as ones to follow over the course of the next few months. There is nothing to worry about as these three will be turning out winners week after week. In fact they are all winning trainers with winning habits. Virtually every meeting they have at least one winner each.
William Haggas runs a terrific yard in Newmarket and virtually every horse trains is capable of winning races. William only engages top jockey is divided his better horses such as James Doyle commonly known as ‘The Doyler’. William has a very useful string of all-weather horses in yard and is not afraid of running some above average types on the all-weather at this time of year. This yard have a great ability for placing courses from it’s all weather team and races on the all-weather especially at Kempton or Lingfield. We see some horses from Williams yard occasionally at Chelmsford but really at Southwell I am not really sure why William does not use Southwell as often as the other three courses. Take note of any of Haggas horses that run over the all-weather from this week onwards and check the entrance and declarations from Is a yard. Don’t be caught out by horses winning without checking the entries as that in itself is most disappointing. Watch out for Team Haggas this Winter.
So our second winning team to follow is that to Gordon Elliott who has a fabulous team of quality horses available to him over the winter whilst contesting virtually every grade 1 grade 2 grade 3 unlisted races. Every time you look at Elliot’s Quality horses you can see how well he has developed his yard in the early years of him becoming a trainer to now being a leading trainer in the National Hunt sport. Gigginstown Stud have majority of Their horses with Gordon Elliott and they are a force to be reckoned with over the jumping season. They have incredible amount of talent available to them such as Apples Jade Who won the valuable grade two Hurdle at Navan last Sunday. This yard as Jack Kennedy and Davy Russell as there are regular riders with occasionally Rachel Blackmore riding for the yard as well. This yard is now challenging Willie Mullins for the number one spot in the Irish Trainers League Table. So far this season we have seen Gordon sending horses to England especially horses he Is placing to win Slightly lesser races than in Ireland. Gordon also sends horses on a regular trip to Perth where he has been extremely successful when using Richard Johnson to ride those horses. Wherever Gordon sends his horses we need to sit up and take notice of those animals he has selected because A winning yard will send horses anywhere to win races.
Third and final team is Willie Mullins Who has been the most successful trainer in Irish horse racing for many years. Willy is finding difficult decision ahead of him because his long time Top jockey Ruby Walsh seems to be struggling to regain confidence after a long spell of injury with another comeback that is not without incident as Ruby has little confidence which has resulted in falls at the last obstacle on several occasions since his return. In my opinion it’s sad to say That Ruby must hang up his riding boots and let Paul Townend Take over as number one jockey for Team Mullins. Willy still has some very good horses in his yard and his ability to place them in races they can win is tremendous. He has a good variety of bumper horses and some very very good hurdlers in chasers also capable of taking grade 1 grade 2 and grade 3 races.
Follow Haggas, Elliot and Mullins this Winter.
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