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Saturday's Racing (21st October 2017)

Saturday's Racing (21st October 2017) Proven mathematical laws are the governing force of horse racing betting. Consequently every bet we place is conceived then predicated from statistical analysis protected by a maths-based edge with perceived value attached. Our formula is simple ...read more

Portmarnock - A Line In The Sand?

Portmarnock - A Line In The Sand? . The Racing Horse has posted something we touched on last month and hoped Harnesslink would cover it but Editor Steve Wolf called it a jumbled mess. It has some relevance to a meeting tonight at Portmarnock ...read more

Featuring the Godolphin Stud & Stable Awards Challenge Stakes Group 2

Featuring the Godolphin Stud & Stable Awards Challenge Stakes Group 2 The Racing Horse takes this opportunity to congratulate Godolphin for the Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards which were first held in 2005 to celebrate those working in racing and breeding, and to reward those dedicated, ...read more

Ascot Races - Saturday 7th October 2017

Ascot Races - Saturday 7th October 2017 Proven mathematical laws are the governing force of horse racing betting. Consequently every bet we place is conceived then predicated from statistical analysis protected by a maths-based edge with perceived value attached. Our formula is simple ...read more

2017 Melbourne Cup

2017 Melbourne Cup The Melbourne Cup is a race full of tradition and now one of international eminence and this year I will experience this euphoric occasion and fulfil one of my life's ambitions! It is the richest handicap in the world and ...read more

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The Racing Horse is a website dedicated to horse racing information and advice. Its primary function will be 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 totally 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 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 from 1st July 2011 we are going to record the results of the Pacafi and they will be available on request.

The Racing Horse completely adheres to those treasure 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 have met the man and 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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