If you’re looking for the horses that have travelled the furthest to race, we’ve got you covered with our Longest Travellers - updated every day of the week.
We highlight the horses clocking up the miles to race, which can be a significant pointer to their chances of winning.
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Saturday’s Longest Travellers
Here are the Longest Travellers for Saturday, 23 September.
1:15pm Ayr - Lukin Brew
- Trainer Ralph Becket sends two horses on the 379-mile trip north to Ayr, including Luckin Brew.
4:10pm Ayr - City Burglar
City Burglar is Beckett’s other horse heading to Ayr.
3:35pm Ayr - Desert Cop
- The Andrew Balding-trained Desert Cop makes the 378-mile trip to run in the Ayr Gold Cup.
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When are the Longest Travellers updated?
Our Longest Travellers page will be updated each morning by 10am, highlighting which horses are making the longest trip to race each day - so make sure and check back daily.
How can I back the Longest Travellers?
Backing a Longest Traveller horse is a straightforward process at any of the top online bookmakers on our site. Head over to your bookmaker of choice via any of the links on our site, add the Longest Traveller to your betting slip, and place a bet as normal.
Why take note of Longest Travellers?
Transporting a horse to a racecourse is expensive, so if a trainer decides to send one of their horses an extended distance to run, it can point to connections thinking they expect a big performance from their animal.
Armed with this information, many punters believe horses who have travelled the furthest distance to the course are a great selection to place bets on.
The thought process is - why would a horse racing trainer send a horse so far if it did not have a real chance of winning?