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Racing Trends for Cheltenham (17 November 2018)

Racing Trends for Cheltenham (17 November 2018)The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends with perceptive betting advice and our Racecourse Templates for Cheltenham races on Saturday. A huge mistake was made yesterday and sincere apologies to our members! We had foolishly ...read more

Racing Trends for Cheltenham (16 November 2018)

Racing Trends for Cheltenham (16 November 2018)The Racing Horse offers powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Cheltenham races on Friday. To aid the process we offer valuable information in the shape of our unique Racecourse Templates, where we look ...read more

National Hunt Winter System

National Hunt Winter System 141-1 WIN ACCUMULATOR plus the doubles and trebles... We did not get off to the best of starts with our 2018 National Hunt Winter System as Paul Nicholls got off to a horrible start at Wincanton. We ...read more

Pacafi (9 November 2018)

Pacafi (9 November 2018)  WINDSOR AVENUE 1.05 Hexham at 2/5 Alan Young Memorial Maiden Hurdle (2m4f) Pedigree: £65,000 Chelt Dec 2017; second foal; half-brother to point/useful bumper/2m1f hurdle winner Ravenhill Road; dam 2m-2m7f hurdle winner, half-sister to 2m hurdle/chase winner Prosecco THE RACING HORSE ...read more

Racing Trends at Wincanton (10 November 2018)

Racing Trends at Wincanton (10 November 2018)The Racing Horse offers powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Wincanton races on Saturday. To aid the process we offer valuable information in the shape of our unique Racecourse Templates, where we look ...read more

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The Racing Horse adheres to those treasured principles of Monty Roberts. He has encapsulated how we view horses whether they be as a race horse or a friend. We have been lucky to spend time in his company and our life is richer for it. We thank him for his wisdom, vision and efforts and asked him for a path to follow, he told us: "We are more effective utilising calm and patient methods whether we are dealing with horses or people." The Racing Horse heeds his advice...

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