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Dark Horses Annual 2021

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The perfect companion for the 2021 Flat Season and for long-term reference.

Marten’s latest Dark Horses Guide is packed with insights and observations to guide you through the new Flat season.

47th edition

Includes The Premier List, The Dark Horses, The Dark Handicappers & The Classic Contenders.

Free copy of E-Book included to keep you updated while we print the book. Available now!

 

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Description

The Dark Horses Annual contains:

The Premier List – Marten’s select analysis of horses to follow
The Dark Horses – unexposed or unraced horses that have been brought to Marten’s attention
The Dark Handicappers – unexposed horses that may have been let in lightly
The Classic Contenders – Marten’s succinct appraisal of the candidates, some less obvious than others, for the first four Classics

Dispatch info

E-Book available now.

The book is posted next week.

Contents

The Dark Horses Companion contains:

The Premier List: Marten’s highly select choice of horses that he believes will pay to follow.
The Dark Horses: Marten’s contacts have guided him towards a handful of unraced and unexposed horses that have given their connections plenty of encouragement in work at home.
The Dark Handicappers: Marten has unearthed a few ‘projects’ that were campaigned as two-year-olds with a view to starting the new season from favourable marks.
The Classic Previews: Marten finds you some ante-post value for the first four Classics, fresh from his recommendation at 16/1 for Honeysuckle in the Champion Hurdle Preview of the Dark Horses Jumps Guide.

Did you know?

The Dark Horses series of books was first produced in 1976.

They have become widely recognised and respect as the authoritative source of information about unexposed and unraced talent.

The Dark Horses underwent a slight rebrand in 2019 when Marten felt the title “Dark Horses Companion” was better to describe the book as it’s meant to be your companion throughout the season.

Marten says

“I am particularly pleased with the handicappers I have found for the forthcoming season. The usual trainers appear, but I have unearthed a handful of very unexposed horses from lower-profile yards that qualified for handicaps during the autumn and all-weather season. I am also excited with my news for some of the unraced qualifiers for the Dark Horses section.”

24 March 2021

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