Ruby Walsh’s thoughts on the Arc


Its Group 2 Joel Stakes is the main attraction on Saturday’s Newmarket card. The race, designed to be an introduction to the Derby, will be one of the highlights of Newmarket’s Newmarket card. Beyond that, Newmarket only has a big-field two-year-old sales race to support its feature, and everything else is run-of-the-mill stuff. Ascot located in southwest London it has two Group 3 races that have a good numerical support, in addition to a historical handicap of large field and adequate fillies’ races. It does not have the feature race Newmarket has.

1. Which is the main Newmarket feature race?

The principal feature race held at Newmarket can be described as the Arc that is believed as an official Grand Prix of horse racing. Why are the news of Ruby Walsh being so slow? There may be a myriad of motives that could be the reason. Firstly, the Arc is a highly regarded race, and Ruby Walsh is a very experienced jockey. The race has been won by him three times. Arc three times, so the announcement will attract a lot attention. Additionally, the Arc is held over an extremely long duration (2,400 meters) which makes it a very demanding race. It’s quite impressive to see Ruby Walsh, a jockey wins the race.

2. What is the main Ascot highlight race?

The information regarding Ruby Walsh is quite interesting. It’s possible to see why the gridlock could occur because of how close it is to Grand Prix at The Arc. This race is known as the Gold Cup is Ascot’s main principal race. It’s not surprising in that Arc is the most highly regarded of races. It is evident that Walsh is a very talented cyclist and has the potential to win any race.

3. What is Ascot’s quality assessment in comparison to Newmarket?

It is well-known that we all know that Grand Prix is the most prestigious horse racing event in the world. A lot of people were confused at the time Ruby Walsh was announced to be absent from the Arc de Triomphe because of gridlock. The Arc is about as near an Grand Prix as you can achieve. With an estimated purse of EUR5 million the Arc is Europe’s most expensive turf race. It’s the reason why it’s a gridlock. Well, it turns out that Ascot’s card is actually rather well to Newmarket’s terms of overall performance. The experts believe that Ascot actually has the superior card.

A Brief Summary

The idea was not to fill up every minute of the day with a race so people in the British Isles forgot Longchamp is taking place. It is possible, however that there several races taking place today in six locations and that some individuals were unaware of Longchamp.