Here at the 888sport horse racing blog we have compiled a list of ten horses of varying ages, which we believe will be winning at some point or another during the 2024 Flat season.

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AL MISBAR (Charlie Appleby)

Team Godolphin will be hopeful this bay colt will be able to emulate what his father Blue Point was able to achieve on the track.

The sire is already making his mark on the breeding scene with Group 1 winners coming last season in the shape of Big Evs and Rosallion, who took home the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Santa Anita last November and the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp’s Arc meeting.

He should make up into a Group performer this season.

ELNAJMM (William Haggas)

This well bred four-year-old has done very little wrong in his career to date and William Haggas has a nice horse to go to the big handicaps with.

He will be competitive over a mile to ten furlongs, however based on his pedigree he holds the potential to step up to a mile-and-a-half in time.

EMBESTO (Roger Varian)

Embesto finished off last season with a very credible fourth in the Prix Daniel Wildenstein at Longchamp finishing just two-and-a-half lengths behind the winner.

There’s plenty more to come from this son of Roaring Lion and the rather shrewd Roger Varian will plot him along nicely to unleash his potential.


Karl Burke issued a positive bulletin surrounding Moyglare Stud Stakes heroine Fallen Angel just before the season started.

She is no bigger than 8-1 in our horse racing odds for the 1,000 Guineas and will make her seasonal reappearance in the Classic itself.

GOD’S WINDOW (John & Thady Gosden)

Winner of a Doncaster maiden, God’s Window then went on to finished third in the Kameko Futurity, just two lengths behind Ancient Wisdom and a head behind the second.

Being out of a Nathaniel mare he should develop into a top class middle-distance three-year-old.


Joseph O’Brien’s runner ended his last campaign with a second in the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud, beaten just a neck by Los Angeles.

Prior to that he won a decent sales race at Longchamp in smart fashion His most recent effort came in the Group 1 National Stakes at the Curragh. Watch out for him as a St Leger hopeful this year.

NASHWA (John & Thady Gosden)

Nashwa hosed up in the Falmouth Stakes last year to gain her third win at the very top level. She also placed in the Nassau Stakes, Juddmonte International and the Irish Champion Stakes.

Her owner keeps her in training for 2024 and she will be contesting all the top one mile and ten furlong races this season.

ROSALLION (Richard Hannon)

Rosallion could prove to be one of the top three-year-old milers this season with the St James’ Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot being one of the main targets.

A storming victory in the in the Group 1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere proved he will be a force to be reckoned with this term.

TASK FORCE (Ralph Beckett)

Finished second behind the brilliant Vandeek in the Middle Park Stakes and could well go for the 2000 Guineas this term.

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Has the potential to be one of the best three-year-olds around if things go to plan.

YLANG YLANG (Aidan O’Brien)

The 1000 Guineas will be the first port of call, which should then set her up nicely for the Oaks.

There is plenty of stamina in the dam-side of the pedigree to suggest she will cope adequately at distance races in time.

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Steven is a sports and horse racing enthusiast and is a member of the Horseracing Writers and Photographers Association (HWPA) in the United Kingdom.

He is a regular visitor to Paris Longchamp for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and a lifelong fan of the Aintree Grand National, a subject he writes about 52 weeks of the year. Last year he reached the impressive milestone of attending the last 30 renewals of the Grand National.