2018 Irish Oaks

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The Irish Oaks is a Group 1 run over a distance of 1m4f for 3yo filles and we have all the trends and betting advice to find the winner. In recent years horses that ran in the Epsom Oaks previously have gone well, with six of the last 15 Epsom winners going onto follow-up … Continue reading

Pacafi (18 July 2018)

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  WICKLOW BRAVE 6.30 Killarney at 4/6. 1pt win advised Rose Hotel (Q.R.) Race (possible overweight 2lb) (1m6f)  . Pedigree: E11,000 Y, E43,000 3yo; first foal; dam 1m4f winner, half-sister to 1m6f Flat/2m and 2m4f hurdle winner Levitator out of French 1m4f Group 3 winning half-sister to 1m4f Listed winner Tailfeather & very smart 2m-2m5f hurdle/chase winner Upgrade … Continue reading

Racing Trends – Newmarket July Meeting (Day 1)

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The racing at the Newmarket July Meeting Day 1 kicks off with The Kingdom of Bahrain Trophy. The Racing Horse has all the trends to help our members find those winners! Members know how valuable this profiling is in combination with their own thought processes. If the member is unsure they can follow our … Continue reading

July Cup (Saturday 14 July 2018)

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The Racing Horse takes an in-depth look at The July Cup (Group 1) contest run over 6f at Newmarket in a race that attracts the best sprinters all around the world each year. The race is worth around £225,000 to the winner. The key trends in this race is finding a horse 5yo or younger … Continue reading

Just Another Super Saturday!

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SUPER SATURDAY The Racing Horse enjoyed another fabulous Saturday and not just because England beat Sweden to set up a semi-final clash against Croatia. Not only did the Pacafi win giving us 4 wins from 6 for July but the Racing Trends found more profit. This has become a serious source of information and our … Continue reading

2018 Coral-Eclipse: The Hawk to Swoop!

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WILL THERE BE A SHOCK IN TODAY’S CORAL-ECLIPSE? Derby winner Masar was withdrawn late on Friday evening and this leaves a field where a shock is on the cards. Saxon Warior has been added to the lineup to ensure extra interest but we now have a short-price favouite in Roaring Lion. THRILLED WITH ROARING … Continue reading

Pacafi (7 July 2018)

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  THRIVING 2.35 Beverley at 11/10. 1pt win advised Industrial Racking Supplies Limited EBF Maiden Stakes (5f)  . Pedigree: 30,000gns Y; fifth foal; half-sister to winners Fit The Bill (9.4f-1m4f inc AW; RPR 87) and Cape Peninsular (1m4f AW; 93); dam 1m4f winner (74), half-sister to 1m2f-1m3f Group 3 winner Blue Monday, granddaughter of 7f 2yo … Continue reading

Most things in racing are subjective but…

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CONTENDERS v PRETENDERS Using trends to sort the contenders from the pretenders is a good place to start when looking for the winner and especially in those bigger fields where there are lurkers hidden from the pundit view. It is a good place to start but not the best! Our best advice is to … Continue reading

Pacafi (2 July 2018)

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  CONSTRUCT 3.30 Pontefract at 11/8. 2pts win advised Wayne Conway Memorial Handicap (1m4f)  . Pedigree: First foal; dam unraced sister to US 1m Grade 2/GB 10.2f Group 3 winner Aviate and French 7f 2yo Group 3 winner Early March out of 1m winner, is granddaughter of Cheshire Oaks winner Peplum Optimum Ground: Good (10) Optimum … Continue reading

In Response…

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The Racing Horse received a lovely email from Hugh S and take this opportunity to thank him for his comments. He is enjoying our trends analysis and we are really pleased because we made a decision in early 2018 to devote real time and energy to it and the rewards have been fantastic. We have … Continue reading