2019 Cheltenham Festival Review

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Over the next few days The Racing Horse will examine/review the information we gave members regarding the 2019 Cheltenham Festival and ask the question – was it all worth it? . The Racecourse Templates show the land of the land and reveals areas of interest. It is something we believe is increasingly powerful as we use … Continue reading

Racecourse Template for Newbury (Friday 1 March 2019)

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Newbury Template Racecourse, Racing Trends and Betting Advice for Friday 2 March 2019 Newbury is a left handed course, galloping with few undulations. One of the fairest courses in the country, though its galloping nature does suit the big, long-striding type. The chase course is regarded as being fairly stiff, though a low casualty … Continue reading

Pacafi (1 March 2019)

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ZMHAR 4.10 Lingfield at 4/6 Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost Handicap (Class 5) 7f Pedigree: Seventh foal; half-brother to winners Certified (6f/7f AW, inc at 2; RPR 84), Surety (6f AW; 79), Daraa (6f at 2; 71) and Decisive (German 1m3f); dam Listed-placed 7f winner (90), half-sister to 1m4f Group 3 winner Laaheb … Continue reading

Racecourse Template for Newbury (Saturday 2 March 2019)

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Newbury Template Racecourse, Racing Trends and Betting Advice for Saturday 2 March 2019 Newbury is a left handed course, galloping with few undulations. One of the fairest courses in the country, though its galloping nature does suit the big, long-striding type. The chase course is regarded as being fairly stiff, though a low casualty … Continue reading

Ignore The Pundits!

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Just an update as to where we are with our Cheltenham Festival Racecourse Template, Racing Trends and Betting Advice. We plan to have Day Three completed before Sunday and Day Four before next Wednesday. Then, for each day up to Tuesday 12 March 2019 we will edit, beef up and add more pertinent information for … Continue reading

Pacafi (27 February 2019)

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JOHN WILLIAMS 2.10 Musselburgh at 4/6 racingtv.com Handicap Chase (Class 5) 1m7f182y Pedigree: E7,000 F, E13,000 3yo, E28,000 Tatts Ire June 2014; first foal; dam achieved little in Irish maiden points, out of unraced half-sister to high-class chaser Hi Cloy (best around 2m4f) and to dam of National winner Ballabriggs, family of For Auction. … Continue reading

Pacafi (26 February 2019)

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KING ROLAND 4.40 Ffos Las 8/11 Watch The #bettingpeople Videos starsportsbet.co.uk Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race (Class 5) 1m7f182y Pedigree: E22,000 F, E40,000 3yo; first foal; dam unraced half-sister to French/Belgian 2m1f-2m7f chase winner Brise Du Large out of 1m7f-2m5f hurdle/chase winning sister to 2m6f-3m1f chase winner Zimbabwe out of 2m1f Listed chase … Continue reading

Racecourse Template for Newcastle (18 February 2019)

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Today The Racing Horse offers our Newcastle Racecourse Template to our members and hope they find the information of some value. We genuinely believe that absorbing or having a general overview of what has been happening at the course sharpens our thought processes and stops us from betting cold. As we blog at 05.27am … Continue reading

Pacafi (16 February 2019)

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DAHAWI 4.40 Kempton at 5/6 32Red On The App Store Novice Stakes (Div I) (Class 5) 6f Pedigree: 38,000gns F, £100,000 Y; fourth foal; half-brother to winners Go On Go On Go On (5f-6f inc AW 2yo; RPR 100) and Ronnie The Rooster (7f/1m AW; 71); dam 5f AW 2yo winner (80), out of … Continue reading

Racecourse Template for Ascot (16 February 2019)

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Ascot Template Racecourse, Racing Trends and Betting Advice . Right handed, galloping. NH course reopened in 2006/7 after major redevelopment work, and improved drainage means conditions rarely get so testing as they used to. Fences appear as stiff as they’ve ever been, the course taking plenty of jumping. The chase course often favours those … Continue reading