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PACAFI (6th December 2016)

PACAFI (6th December 2016) WON WITH A BIT IN HAND The 150,000gns purchase High Command will start a hot favourite but he has every right to do so. He won a handicap over 1m4f here last time with plenty in hand. ...read more

The Hannon Modus Operandi Faces Problems!

The Hannon Modus Operandi Faces Problems!WEALTH OF EXPERIENCE AND VALUABLE KNOWLEDGE It is hard not to like the affable Hannon team operating out of Herridge in Wilshire but to be honest - they get on our nerves. We stress this is not ...read more

PACAFI (2nd December 2016)

PACAFI (2nd December 2016) SHAPED WITH PROMISE ON DEBUT - NOW DOWN IN GRADE Alan King's French import Dino Velvet was fairly useful on the Flat and a winner over 1m4f so has no stamina issues, and then on debut for ...read more

Coral Welsh Grand National 2016

Coral Welsh Grand National 2016 One of our favourite races of the racing calendar is the Coral Welsh Grand National Handicap Chase Grade 3. Scheduled for Tuesday 27th December 2016 this is the first of the four national hunt 'nationals' run ...read more

Saeed AW System

Saeed AW System SAEED AW SYSTEM  (28th November 2016)  Newcastle is not our preferred AW track for Saeed bin Suroor's runners but we have decided to back all three of his entries here today. They all appear to have good ...read more

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