The Queanbeyan will host eight races on a good track. The race requires the rail to be at the 900m-275m for the entire race.
Race One: The Deepest Secret
Race Two: Roman Candle
Race Three: More Excitement
Race Four: Subtly Spring
Race Five: Bring It Bella
Race Six: Nephradiva
Race Seven: Hauraki Gulf
Race Eight: Proud Mia
Best Bet: Nephradiva (Race Six)
Nephradiva is a three-year-old Filly training under Nick Olive in the Canberra racetrack, Australia. Currently, this horse racked up a 50%-win rate throughout its young career.
The Filly’s most recent win was with Blaike McDougall last April 26, 2021, beating Case Closed in the Eba Hire Maiden Plate to win $22,000 in prize money.
This stellar performance makes this horse the favorite to win race six in this horse racing event.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Q1: What are the calmest horse breeds?
The calmest horse breeds are American Quarter Horse, Appaloosa horse, Connemara Pony, Norwegian Fjord, and Morgan Horse.
Q2: What are the things you should not do with a horse?
A rule of thumb is to prevent tying them up and leaving them by themselves. Another mistake beginning trainers do is to withhold food or water as punishment.
Q3: Do trainers hit their horse in the head?
Hitting the horse in the head should be off-limits for the trainer. Hitting a horse unnecessarily can remove the trust the trainer is trying to build with the horse.