Nikola Jokic and his horse, Dream Catcher, catching dreams together

| September 1, 2019
NBA superstar, Nikola Jokic, has a love for horse racing and his horse Dream Catcher.

It is not a rare case that basketball players have many hobbies besides their primary profession. The most well-known Serbian player in the NBA league, Nikola Jokic, is a great example. Although the Denver Nuggets board is certainly not too excited about his hobby because of risk of injury, they had to allow him to ride the horses in some way.

The most talented center in today’s basketball has harboured a love for his horses since the youngest days of his life. The strength of his love for horses is proven by the fact that he is willing to risk a $140 million contract to drive his horse, Dream Catcher.

Every moment of free time, Nikola is spending at his birth town Sombor cherishing his horses. After elimination from the playoffs against Portland Trail Blazers, Nikola Jokic went to the horse racing field to groom his horses.

He arrived in Serbia just in time to see his favourite pet “Dream Catcher” winning at the hippodrome of Subotica. Dream Catcher won the race confidently which turned out to be the greatest gift Nikola could imagine, after the painful elimination against Portland.

His other horses managed to finish in 2nd and 3rd place in other races as well, which resulted in celebration at the Vojvodina plain citizens way, at the “Kafana”- a bar known by its checkered tablecloths and brass ashtrays surrounded by tambours.

Just like every other hippodrome, there is also a betting house where you can bet in every race of the day. If the Suboticas hippodrome is too far from you, but you want to check your luck, don’t worry. There are many online casino houses found on the internet. The newzealandcasinos.nz NZ guide is the best place to find free bet offers, promotions and betting tips as well.

You should have access to live-streaming of horse racing. If you would like to try to multiply your money, but you don’t have any idea as to where you should place your money, we will give you some ideas.

On Saturday 7th September, “The 32Red Sprint Cup”, previously known as “Haydock Sprint Cup” will take place at Haydock Park, in Haydock, England. This race has a long history, first run in 1966. The 1207 meter long flat race is typically a very fast-paced race and everything happens in a matter of seconds. The horse has to be at least 3 years old to take place in this race.

Last years winner, “The Tin Man” ridden by Oisin Murphy managed to finish the race in slightly over minute and 14. Although they proved they can win here, The Tin Man is now already 7 years old and surely not as spritely as the others. The odds of 16/1 (17.00) speaks for itself. However, it is not too unrealistic for the horse to repeat last year’s triumph. and there’s always great value in betting on longshots in horse racing.

Donnacha O’Brien, the Ten Sovereigns jockey, is a 21 year old, flat-race jockey. His youthfulness could be the key to victory because extreme power is needed for both horse and jockey to sprint the 1207m race. The Ten Sovereign is a 3 year old horse. Just like his male parent, No Nay Never, he is extremely good in his 2nd and 3rd year of life. The score of 4 victories in 6 races is more than a good reason for us to believe that Donnacha O’Brien can take Ten Sovereign to the finish line in first place. The odds of 3/1 (4.00) are unexpectedly generous since according to our thoughts, Ten Sovereigns is a big favourite to win the race.

Another interesting offer is Mabs Cross to finish in the top 3. Gerald Mosse is a 52 year old jockey from Ireland and is well known as one of the best flat racehorse jockeys of Ireland. His experience in calming down a wild horse is well known in the world of horse racing. His horse Mabs Cross is a 5 year old and they are the most experienced duo of this race. The odds of 3/1 (4.00) are a good reason for us to suggest you to try to bet a podium finish.

Enjoy the race and have good luck!

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