Glorious Goodwood Racing Trends (Day 4)

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Day 3 was another excellent day for The Racing Horse with two 5/1 winners from four selections putting us further ahead for the 5-day meeting. From 12 selections we have now found 5 winners for a 42% strike-rate at some excellent prices at 6/1, 11/2, 4/5, 5/1 and 5/1 and recorded a 20/1 third … Continue reading

Pacafi (2 August 2018)

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 Royal Plaza 2.00 Stratford at 8/11 Priority SMS Selling Hurdle (2m½f)  . Pedigree: £13,000 F; sixth foal; brother to bumper/2m-2m5f hurdle/smart chase winner Royal Regatta, half-brother to smart 2m4f-2m5f hurdle/chase winner Three Musketeers; dam unraced half-sister to 2m3f-2m7f chase winner Joe Deane, family of Strong Flow THE RACING HORSE COMPOSITE Optimum Ground: Good to soft (10) … Continue reading

Pacafi (1 August 2018)

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 Star Shield 2.45 Redcar at 13/8 Racing UK Extra On racinguk.com Novice Stakes (7f)  . Pedigree: 140,000gns Y; 5th foal; half-brother to winners Kilmah (6f/7f 2yo inc Group 3; RPR 104) and Tears Of The Sun (1m-1m4f inc Fibresand; 101); dam 7f-1m winner (inc at 2/Listed; 105), half-sister to 1m2f Listed winner Rewarded out of Listed-placed … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Glorious Goodwood Racing Trends (Day 1)

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The Racing Horse has all the racing trends for the 5-day Glorious Goodwood Meeting where jockeyship will be crucial. We have posted the comments of Richard Hughes which illustrates the problems this unique course poses to jockeys. Richard Hughes says: “Goodwood can be a tricky track to ride. The thing about the place for a … Continue reading

Wolverhampton AW (30 July 2018)

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The Racing Horse loves all things percentages and we have pages and pages of up-to-date numbers and we would like to share some of them with our members when time prevails. At Wolverhampton today the top five jockeys are not riding but tomorrow Oisin Murphy has a full book of rides and he will have … Continue reading

White-Knuckle Ride to Pickle!

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The Racing Horse has just written another piece for BETTING INSIDERS where we revisit and update the form and the profiles of Richard Hughes and Charlie Appleby, this will be published in the August Edition, so look out for that. White-knuckle ride The Pacafi won as expected yesterday but our nervousness about jockeyship and … Continue reading

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