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Posted by on 6/25/2014 10:36:08 PM

One would not have to ask what time is it if a person had a Longines watch and that empire also is an official partner to numerous events that online sports betting site players know by heart.

They are affiliated with the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, the Dubai World Cup and Royal Ascot and they also published an official list of the world’s best racehorses.

Since we are nearly half way through the action of 2014, let’s examine some of the more exciting runners on the list with an eye toward making some cash with them in the future.

Most online sports betting enthusiasts probably will not get a chance to wager on the Number 1 ranked horse because he plies his trade in Japan.

Just a Way is the name, his rating is 130 and winning is his game. The son of Heart’s Cry has won all 3 races this year including two Group 1s. He is 6 for 19 career and has been in the exacta in 11 of 19. His 3 wins this year has come against 44 horses combined.

Big fields do obviously not intimidate him, and he proved he could win someplace other than Japan. Breeders’ Cup prime movers would love to see him cross the pond for the fall extravaganza.

The second runner on the list also is not known greatly by Americans and he races in South Africa. Look up win machine in the dictionary and there will be a picture of Variety Club. The 6-year-old has won 17 of 23 in his lifetime. He is 6 for 7 the last 2 years and the loss was by less than 2 lengths against 15 rivals.

He also travels well. He has won in his native land, Dubai and Hong Kong.

Kingman and Game on Dude are tied for third in the rankings at 125. Dude is known to all in the states as a speedy gamer that may have seen his best days while Kingman is trained by John Gosden and is 3 for 4 in his career.

He is fresh from a Group 1 win in May where he drew off by 5 lengths and he has raced exclusively on grass.

The story of the year so far, California Chrome, is 5th on the list even after his defeat in the Belmont Stakes. It would not be shocking if he were passed in future rankings because he will be on vacation but if he comes back in the fall, he will be one to reckon with once again.

The next 6 on the list are all foreigners but if online sports betting site players see them in any company lines of runners that are racing in America, put a star next to that racer’s name.

The 6 are African Story, Australia, Cirrus Des Aigles, Designs on Rome, Lankan Rupee and Military Attack.

Those runners and Will Take Charge and Palace Malice are all ranked at 123. Will Take Charge just tasted defeat at the hands of Moonshine Mullins in the Foster on June 14 at Churchill Downs. He’s a game and will not go away.

Palace Malice is on top of his game now and he has the speed to be dangerous every time out. He is 4 for 4 this year with Beyers that read 103, 114, 113 and the 111 he posted taking the Met Mile on June 7. Speed and class is a potent combination.

Astute horse players will look for this names in company lines and know that if they see these names, quality abounds.

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