Trevor Shaw has Minding and The Tin Man to thank for his
victory in this years Flat Ten to Follow competition. Their
victories on Champions Day at Ascot helped Trevor seal the
£750 first prize in our competition, which concluded on 5th
November. Adrian Judd finished second on 600 points and
lands the second prize of £150. Graham Barton made a late
run and propelled himself from 7th to 3rd claiming the third
prize of £100. The top two horses in this years competition
were star fillies Minding (145) and Quiet Reflection (110).
Congratulations to Trevor who is the 2016 Flat Ten to Follow
winner, we hope you enjoy your hard earned winnings!
Ahead of the bonus scoring Leger meeting we have the latest
scores of the competition here. Minding, Postponed and Quiet
Reflection have been some of the top scoring horses so far.
Leading Leger fancy Idaho is a are pick amongst our teams
and the competition looks set to be an open affair to the
finish in November.
Bath Racecourse have recently opened a stunning new grandstand facility to widespread praise. To celebrate and promote the enhanced race going experience, Bath would like to invite all Racegoers Club members to attend a fixture for free!
Following publication of BHA 2016 Budget Guide this
December, as part of Nick Rust's aim “to ensure that the
BHA is more open, transparent and in touch with the needs of
the sport it serves", the BHA has now published and made
available, their 2015 Annual Report.