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Chepstow Races (18 January 2019)

Chepstow Races (18 January 2019) The Racing Horse offers our Racecourse Template for Chepstow tomorrow. We look at the performance of the different disciplines in both handicap and non-handicap National Hunt races at the course. A cursory glance at the two sets ...read more

Racecourse Template for Warwick (12 January 2019)

Racecourse Template for Warwick (12 January 2019)The Racing Horse offers our powerful RACECOURSE TEMPLATE, TRENDS and BETTING ADVICE for Warwick on Saturday the 12th January 2019 and this first draft will be completed before 6pm on Friday.  First we look at the performance ...read more

Unibet Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle (Listed Race) 2m5f

Unibet Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle (Listed Race) 2m5fThe Racing Horse offers our powerful RACECOURSE TEMPLATE, TRENDS and BETTING ADVICE for Kempton on Saturday the 12th January 2019.  First we look at the performance of the different disciplines in both handicap and non-handicap National Hunt ...read more

Pacafi (9 January 2019)

Pacafi (9 January 2019)COURT HOUSE at Evens Betway Conditions Stakes 1m4f (Class 2) Pedigree: E200,000 Y; fourth foal; half-brother to winners Cape Factor (6f-7f 2yo inc AW/Listed; RPR 100), Benzanno (1m-8.5f Flat inc AW; 100/2m hurdle) and Hidden Belief (7f; 82); ...read more

Racecourse Templates for Chepstow (7 January 2019)

Racecourse Templates for Chepstow (7 January 2019) The Racing Horse offers our Racecourse Template for Chepstow tomorrow. We look at the performance of the different disciplines in both handicap and non-handicap National Hunt races at the course. A cursory glance at the two sets ...read more

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