Racing Trends for York

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends and this time for the York Dante Festival Meeting (Wednesday 16th to Friday 18th May 2018). The Dante is run on Thursday and a race that has produced four Epsom Derby winners in the last 16 years but 10 in total. The first was St Paddy in 1960 … Continue reading

Chester Cup Trends

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends and this time for the CHESTER CUP which has been moved from it’s original slot on Wednesday and will now be run on Friday 11th May 2018. This race is run over 2m2f and is the feature contest of the festival and it is a race with plenty … Continue reading

Newmarket Trends: Qipco 1000 Guineas Stakes (Group 1)

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends and this time we look at 1000 Guineas Stakes. It is a Group 1 Flat horse race open to 3yo fillies and run on the Rowley Mile Course at Newmarket over a distance of a mile (1,609metres) and takes place on the Sunday following the 2000 Guineas … Continue reading

Newmarket Trends

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends ace at Newmarket on 2000 Guineas day. We already have the big race covered and nominated Masar as our Pacafi and that one is currently trading at 9/2 best price guaranteed. We now cover the Spring Lodge Stakes, Longholes Palace House Stakes and the Dunaden Jockey Club Stakes. Using the … Continue reading

Oliver Sherwood – A long and difficult winter!

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The Racing Horse is a huge fan of Oliver Sherwood as a man and a trainer, and has been given permission to post his end of season thoughts here. Following him on Facebook this season he has been kind enough to pass on so much information giving us a fabulous insight to the day … Continue reading

Four Corners by The Racing Horse

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The Racing Horse has been asked what governs the Pacafi and what is the main criteria. On 13th November 2014 we wrote a piece for Racing Advisor and offered our view on the most important elements of a bet. You can read the original piece: FOUR CORNERS posted to THE RACE ADVISOR in NOVEMBER 2014 … Continue reading

Bet365 Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3) 3m5f110y

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends and this time we look at the Bet365 Gold Cup Handicap Chase at Sandown. Forget backing the favourite, this race has been a graveyard race for favourite backers in recent years with Beau (2000) being the last winner! You will need the trends to sort the contenders … Continue reading

Identikit of Punchestown Gold Cup

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The Racing Horse offer more key trends and believes it has the identikit of the winner of the Punchestown Gold Cup! As always the trends will point the reader in the direction of the winner, if not, then at least help narrow down some of the field to highlight the horses that fit the best … Continue reading

RULE 1a Sports Betting: There is no such thing as luck!

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SHALLOW MEN BELIEVE IN LUCK. STRONG MEN BELIEVE IN CAUSE AND EFFECT – RALPH WALDO EMERSON . LUCK HAS NEITHER MEMORY NOR CONSCIIOUSNESS We know there have been times in the distant past when we have said to ourselves ‘we are due a winner’ but of course we are due NOTHING! By what rule … Continue reading

Kaighin

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JAKFitness & Boxing Gym Moving Forward We were delighted to be invited by JAKFitness & Boxing Gym to travel to Bristol with three Swansea boxers and witness the fine work coming out of the Manselton Gym. The boxers included the experienced amateur Jamie Paton who was a former Light-Welterweight Welsh Finalist, the Rome-born Romanian … Continue reading