PACAFI (3rd June 2017)

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The Racing Horse cannot explain or make sense of the run of Rainy City yesterday. What we knew was that he was rated 135 over hurdles (Ballinure 122), was a beaten favourite on his return to chasing at Perth (Ballinure had not jumped a fence in public) and had first-time blinkers added to the … Continue reading

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Lockinge Stakes

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The Racing Horse is looking forward to a cracking renewal of the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes Group 1 later this afternoon. Galileo Gold is lining up with Frankie riding and he is sure to be popular. He’s a horse that’s gone well fresh in the past so the fact he’s not been out since October … Continue reading

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7f totescoop6 Victoria Cup (Heritage Handicap) (Class 2) (4yo+)

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Victoria Cup Trends Do not bet on the 4.00 Ascot Totepool Victoria Cup until you have looked at our trends – in races like these they are invaluable! This is always a competitive race to unravel and today we have 25 runners lining up for the £65,363 prize. It is not a race for … Continue reading

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Tregaron Trotting Club Spring Meeting.

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  The TREGARON TROTTING CLUB SPRING MEETING hosts an exciting 11-race card at Dolyrychain, Pontrhydfendigaid SY25 6EL on Sunday 14th May 2017 and is not to be missed. The Racing Horse will be there to review the meeting and post news on Monday. First Race 2pm but our advice is to get there early, relax … Continue reading

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PACAFI (8th May 2017)

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The Racing Horse rarely gets involved in Class 6 Handicaps where the best rated have an OR of 57 but today’s Pacafi stands out and it will be shock/disappointment if we do not collect. This bet is all about value and do we have it? YES! That said we all know there is no … Continue reading

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PACAFI (6th May 2017)

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Fast conditions ideal for the daughter of Galileo Seventh Heaven was last year’s Irish and Yorkshire Oaks winner and now competes off level weights against the boys but she is the class act in this field. The Ballydoyle filly looked as good as ever when chasing home Jack Hobbs in Dubai on her reappearance and … Continue reading

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PACAFI (3rd May 2017)

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By the time Ryan Moore rides Commodity in the fourth at Yarmouth he would already have ridden winners. Our best guess is that he needs the Pacafi for a win treble. One of our valued members will be at the course tonight to watch one of his horses run and we take this opportunity … Continue reading

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PACAFI (1st May 2017)

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Good form behind Defi Du Seuil and a reproduction will suffice! Bedrock was fairly useful on Flat for trainer William Haggas and new connections went to 70,000gns to acquire him. He ran a great race behind Defi Du Seuil in a Grade 1 at Aintree on only his second start over hurdles and confirmed his … Continue reading

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PACAFI (26th April 2017)

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 Suited by course and distance Jessica Harrington’s Sizing John spent most of his early career chasing Douvan around over two miles but has improved out of all recognition since stepped up in trip and should be even better suited by today’s slightly shorter distance. Relative freshness is a plus Jessica Harrington is hoping Sizing … Continue reading

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PACAFI (24th April 2017)

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 January foal and win on debut gives the colt an edge Corinthia Knight is a January foal and a half-brother to several winners from 5f to 1m2f. The colt created a good impression and looked a promising individual when winning a 7-runner event at Lingfield 13 days ago. The race was over 5f on the … Continue reading

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