How helpful was our information last year?

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The Racing Horse examined the information given to members prior to the 2019 Cheltenham Festival and asked the question – was it all worth it? We always start with our Racecourse Template. Before the  Festival winning favourites in non-handicaps over hurdles and chases showed 44% & 42% respectively and 25% in NHF races but … Continue reading

Pacafi (26 February 2020)

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LIGHT LILY 4.35 Southwell at 13/8 Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost Apprentice Handicap (Class 6) (3yo 0-60) 1m13y Pedigree: Third foal; half-sister to French 7.5f winner She’s Still Mine; dam 1m AW/turf winner (Group placed on AW; RPR 101), granddaughter of 1m2f Group 2 (Nassau) winner Nom De Plume Trainer Form: 1-2 for 50% … Continue reading

CHEPSTOW RACECOURSE TEMPLATE

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The Racing Horse offers our unique Racecourse Template for Chepstow. For those enjoying a flutter the template is a pertinent must-have tool revealing the betting landscape at this lovely racecourse. Our figures present important numbers in the five different disciplines, showing wins to runs and percentages, stakes profit and loss and then highlighting the trainers … Continue reading

Pacafi (22 February 2020)

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BOMBSHELL 2.40 Lingfield at 8/15 Ladbrokes “Play 1-2-Free” On Football Novice Stakes (Class 5) (3yo) 5f6y Pedigree: 135,000gns Y, E575,000 2yo; third foal; half-sister to winners Jash (6f-7f inc at 2/Listed; RPR 119) and Hansian Prince (7f-8.4f inc Ire 2yo/HK; 85); dam 6f 2yo winner (95), is granddaughter of 7f/1m winner Trainer Form: 9-42 for … Continue reading

Kempton Racing Trends (Saturday 22 February 2020)

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The Racing Horse looks at five races on Saturday at Kempton Park and offer our RACECOURSE TEMPLATE, RACING TRENDS and astute BETTING ADVICE. With Cheltenham looming it is hardly surprising to see the weekend racing lacking quality but this meeting has been an important Festival pointer in recent years, and the Kingwell Hurdle, called … Continue reading

CHELTENHAM RATINGS explained

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The Racing Horse trends are not uniform, some might consider them disorganised, but if you believe as we do, mathematics are the governing force of sports betting then each and every single line produced has some sort of intrinsic value! Not all lines carry the same weight but each carries weight. 2020 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL … Continue reading

2020 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL (Home Page)

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The Racing Horse offers our powerful RACECOURSE TEMPLATE, RACING TRENDS and BETTING ADVICE for every race of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival contained in a made to measure 35-piece presentation. It is our aim to help/prepare/inform our members by giving only pertinent information needed for the four-day spectacular! This Home Page will build/update on a … Continue reading

(2m4f56y) (New) Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle (Class 2) (4yo+ 0-145)

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This race is named after the prolific National Hunt trainer Martin Pipe (34 Cheltenham Festival winners) who retired in 2006. It is open to horses aged 4yo and above and is restricted to conditional jockeys that have less than 75 wins under racing rules. Conditions can play a big part in how this race … Continue reading

(2m62y) (New) Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3)

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The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase is a Grade 3 open to horses aged 5yo and older, run on the new course at Cheltenham over a distance of just over 2m with 14 fences to be jumped. This is the oldest race of the Festival and oldest chase in the National Hunt calendar, … Continue reading

(3m2f70y) (New) St. James’s Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup Open Hunters’ Chase (Class 2) (5yo+)

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The St. James’s Place Foxhunter Steeple Chase Challenge Cup a Hunter Chase for amateur riders over the Gold Cup distance of 3m2f+ and 22 fences. To qualify for the race a horse must have finished first or second twice in hunter chases or have won two open point to point races or have won one … Continue reading