The Racing Horse News

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The Racing Horse was spot on again yesterday with some fabulous information. We produced some important information regarding Wolverhampton Racecourse and provided some sound betting advice based on it.

Welcome to no risk betting

Our leading line: "Oisin Murphy has a full book of rides and he will have a winner. He is the leading jockey at the course for 2018 and has recorded 20 wins from 80 rides for 25% and a level-stake profit of +1.34pts." We looked at general prices regarding his rides on Sunday night and at 20.21 and found 5.10 Implicit at 7/4 (general), 5.45 Rocking Roy at 4/9 (Bet365 and SkyBet) and 7.25 Glenglade at 2/1 (general). These three won at 5/4, 1/6 and 11/10. We continued: "A win double seems a minimum/likely but the treble at early prices would have paid £11.55 for a £1 stake. You can read the full blog here

We also reminded our readers that Tom Dascombe is the second best trainer this year at the course and he won with Poppy Love at 5/1. If you had backed his runner with the ride of Oisin Murphy, who came second on Oskemen (8/1 advised but 6/1 SP), the Exacta paid £41.10 and the CSF paid £34.59. We are claiming four winners from the eight races and when time allows will revisit the AW courses for more of this type of information. We remind our members our style of betting is high quality information with a low risk mentality!

One for our tracker file

Our Willie Mullins System Bet was Royal Rendezvous and he is one who will be placed to win next time out. He was backed from 2/1 into 4/7 but was then keen enough and did not get a kind trip for this track, we are not sure it suited him but ultimately the long break affected his finishing product. He will be straighter in a few weeks from now and we will remind members when he runs next.

Original Choice has chance with a kind trip if ground not firm

Our racing trends are ready for the Glorious Goodwood Meeting Day 1 and in the first race SkyBet offer money back as a FREE BET if your selection loses, we have placed £20 at 16/1 on the William Haggas trained Original Choice. Just hope the firmness is out of the track, had we a shower of rain would be half those odds. At 6pm tonight we post our betting advice for tomorrow but we have the trends for Day 2 & 3 in place and will have Day 4 prepared later tonight.

Stradivarius must be the banker, considered the 4/6 but...

There are no system bets today. We had considered taking the 4/6 about Stradivarius with Betfred and Totesport (10.11) best price guaranteed as our Pacafi today but we have banked our profits for July and have a good thing tomorrow to get us off to a good start for August. Will post news early this evening.


  Today's Pacafi: click here

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