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We all need help with our betting! PERMANENT FEATURE The Racing Horse will be producing our powerful racing templates in association with our racing trends for Cheltenham on Friday and Saturday. This has been introduced as a permanent feature to sit alongside our Pacafi ...read more

Pacafi (8 December 2018)

Pacafi (8 December 2018)  NEW KING 5.45 Kempton at 5/4 Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost EBF Novice Stakes (Div I) (1m½f) Pedigree: 8th foal; brother to Marine One, placed 1m4f-1m6f (inc AW; RPR 82), half-brother to 6 winners inc Marina Piccola (French ...read more

Tattersalls Ireland Edredon Bleu Chase (Registered As The Peterborough Chase) (Grade 2) 2m3f189y

Tattersalls Ireland Edredon Bleu Chase (Registered As The Peterborough Chase) (Grade 2) 2m3f189yThe Racing Horse offers powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Huntingdon on Sunday. To aid the process we offer valuable information in the shape of our unique Racecourse Templates, where we look at ...read more

National Hunt Winter System

National Hunt Winter SystemNATIONAL HUNT WINTER SYSTEM Manning Estate 2.00 Plumpton at 9/2 generally but 5/1 with SkyBet (16.52). This is a horse given to us to follow over hurdles this year by his trainer Oliver Sherwood. He has already shown ...read more

Racing Trends at Ascot (24 November 2018)

Racing Trends at Ascot (24 November 2018)The Racing Horse offers powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Ascot 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 is a website dedicated to horse racing information and advice. Its primary function is to entertain and help readers find winners. It will remind, aid and improve the selection process by using a variety of information sources. This racing magazine will be honest and without embellishment. It will be bright and cheerful without losing sight of its main aim, which is to the bettor and his/her stake money.

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The Pacafi Strategy is the cornerstone of The Racing Horse. It is mechanically filtered, math's based and carries the building blocks of the professional gambler. It removes randomness and negative influences thus making the bet less vulnerable. It has a high strike-rate and there are no long losing runs. Finally the information that is carried within the bet is totally relevant to the day of the race. The strategy makes incremental profits to level stakes and is always supported by a common-sense rationale.

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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