Alan Mattli’s review published on Letterboxd:
Pleasant, but also in with a shout of being the most clichéd movie I've ever seen. Pretty hilarious, too, that this focuses on the side of horse-racing that is usually reserved for the villains – i.e. the financing and the betting – so you end up with a bunch of scenes where you're supposed to take the side of the guy whose racehorse shenanigans nearly bankrupted his family once already and who is now promising that this time will be totally different because... Toni Collette/allotment/Dream/hwyl??? Owen Teale gets "best in show" though.