Which horses are the fastest? – Remington Park Horse Racing Free Picks


It is no secret that horses are the fastest on the road, and many racing teams use them as their starting horses.

In the World Cup the fastest riders are often in the same group. The fastest horse in the pack will usually be the first man to break away from its competition.

Horse riding speed is measured in yards per second (mph). Horse handling is measured in “hands-on miles”, which are the distance of the rider’s hands on the reins between the legs.

The fastest riders on each of the four major teams (A) in the World Cup are:

1. Josef Koudelka (GER) – 6:23.87

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2. Johan Zabel – 6:25.13

3. Marco Materazzi – 6:25.27

4. Marco Martini (ITA) – 6:26.38

5. Christian Küller – 6:26.44

6. Zoltan Finkler (LUX) – 6:26.50

7. Sebastian Brandthästli – 6:27.03

8. David Rundlöf – 6:27.15

9. Robert Hall – 6:29.31

10. Jochen Radek – 6:31.19

11. Martin Müllers – 6:32.11

12. Jakob Kümmel – 6:32.26

13. Jens Mørklund – 6:45.23

14. Martin Luitemann (SWE) – 7:01.24

15. Timo Kull – 7:17.58

16. Lars Wirnschäfer; 8:01.26

The fastest riders in the top 3 races in Italy are:

1. Sergio Tummino (ITA) – 16.28.57

2. Manuel Gómez (ARG) – 16.56.24

There are two horses which compete in the World Cup for the fastest times. These two horses are:

1. Peter Stöger (AUT) – 19.06.50

2. Maximilian Kärkö (FIN) – 19.24.06

There are many theories on how fast horses will perform in training, but in practice their performances usually

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