it isn’t unusual for the trainer to scratch one or more of them. After all, though one of them may win the race, the purse money will only go to that horse. If you have two good horses that are capable of winning, it makes more sense to enter them in separate races where they won’t be competing against each other. Watch video link in below
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There are cases, however, where one of the horses isn’t entered to win the race but is merely a “rabbit”, meaning a horse that will set a torrid early pace in hopes of tiring other front runners out so that it’s entry mate, a horse that comes from off the pace or behind to win, make benefit from their early efforts and win the race. A look at each horse and its running style may show you what the trainer has in mind.