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PACAFI (21st February 2017)

PACAFI (21st February 2017) OPEN TO IMPROVEMENT, STEP UP IN TRIP TO SUIT As mares’ novices’ hurdle go, this looks quite competitive. There are four previous winners in the line-up. Verdana Blue was a fairly useful bumper performer (for Edmond Kent ...read more

The Racing Horse Modus Operandi = PROFITS!

The Racing Horse Modus Operandi = PROFITS! The Racing Horse has established itself as a trustworthy profit-making Racing Club. We launched in June 2011 so now approach 6 years of service. The profits delivered are not massive but they are INCREMENTAL, REGULAR and REAL! ...read more

PACAFI (16th February 2017)

PACAFI (16th February 2017) HAD THESE BEHIND LAST TIME, STRIP FITTER TODAY Very Special won this race last year before twice going well in Group 1 company, and had all of these in behind when landing Cape Verdi Group 2 for ...read more

Not today Josephine!

Not today Josephine! The Racing Horse followed on from Saturday's Jamboreee with two bets yesterday and both won! One of those winners was beautifully ridden by Josephine Gordon and she looks a natural and a star! Hayley was good ...read more

PACAFI (14th February 2017)

PACAFI (14th February 2017) LIKEABLE QUALITIES AND BOUND TO IMPROVE Uncle Alastair looked suited to a thorough test of stamina when getting up close home at Wetherby and today's softer ground can enable him to follow up. There was a lot ...read more

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