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2021 Aintree Grand National

2021 Aintree Grand National The Racing Horse looks at the Grand National and offers a few interesting numbers and comments. But first, one should always approach trends with a certain degree of scepticism but some races lend themselves to trends. ...read more

PACAFI (6 April 2021)

PACAFI (6 April 2021)GOLDEN FLAME 4.10 Bath at 5/4  CB Protection Event Specialists Maiden Stakes (Class 5) (3yo) 1m3f137y Pedigree 7th foal; half-brother to winners Brilliant Light (1m2f turf/1m4f AW; RPR 102), Dubawi Flame (1m1f Qatar) & Majestic Thunder (UAE 1m2f dirt; ...read more

Chelmsford RACECOURSE TEMPLATE (1 April 2021)

Chelmsford RACECOURSE TEMPLATE (1 April 2021)The Racing Horse offers our Chelmsford RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for Thursday 1 April 2021 and some more pertinent numbers. . Chelmsford FAVOURITES (5 years) Non-handicap ...read more

PACAFI (31 March 2021)

PACAFI (31 March 2021)AU CLAIR DE LUNE 8.15 Kempton at 5/2  Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Fillies' Handicap (Class 4) 1m2f219y Pedigree  72,000gns F; second foal; sister to 1m4f and 1m6f (Group 3) winner Eagles By Day (RPR 113); dam bumper/smart 2m-2m4f ...read more

Wolverhampton RACECOURSE TEMPLATE (30 March 2021)

Wolverhampton RACECOURSE TEMPLATE (30 March 2021)The Racing Horse offers our Wolverhampton RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for Tuesday 30 March 2021 and some more pertinent numbers especially for the 5 handicaps. Tomorrow includes a 7-race card starting at 5.10pm first race. Wolverhampton FAVOURITES (5 years) Non-handicap ...read more

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