Pacafi (23 September 2018)

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 JAMIL 3.15 Hamilton at 4/6 Always Trying Novice Stakes (1m½f)  . Pedigree: 240,000gns F, 95,000gns 2yo; second foal; half-brother to 6f 2yo winner Exmouth (RPR 88); dam 7f 2yo winner (inc Group 3, also Graded stakes-placed at 1m4f in US; RPR 106), half-sister to Italian 1m4f Group 1 winner Leadership THE RACING HORSE COMPOSITE Trainer … Continue reading

LATEST NEWS from The Racing Horse

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The Racing Horse has been in sublime form in recent months. We tweaked things at headquarters recently by upgrading our Racing Templates so we are now interested to see if our form is maintained through to the end of the year. These are exciting times. On Racing Templates we have recently written pieces for … Continue reading

Racing Trends for Newbury (22 September 2018)

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The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Newbury on Saturday. Our results this year have been nothing short of sensational and all the indications show our filtration/profiling really works!  To aid the process further we offer more valuable information in the shape of course statistics, where … Continue reading

Racing Trends for Ayr (22 September 2018)

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The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Ayr on Saturday. Our results this year have been nothing short of sensational and all the indications show our filtration/profiling really works!  To aid the process further we offer more valuable information in the shape of course statistics, where … Continue reading

Pacafi (19 September 2018)

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 WADILSAFA 3.15 Sandown at 6/5 Smarkets Fortune Stakes (Listed Race) (1m)  . Pedigree: 4th foal; half-brother to 7f winners Talaayeb (at 2/Group 3; RPR 111) & Muntazah (at 2; 109); dam 1m (AW 2yo) and 1m1f winner/Park Hill second (112), half-sister to 1,000 Guineas winner Ghanaati out of 7f-1m2f winning half-sister to Nashwan THE RACING … Continue reading

Pacafi (17 September 2018)

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 KAMIKAZE LORD 6.30 Kempton at 8/11 32Red.com Novice Auction Stakes (6f)  . Pedigree: $50,000 Y; second foal; dam unraced half-sister to prolific US 6f stakes winner River Bear and US 8.5f 2yo stakes winner Devient Behavior out of 5f-8.3f winner  THE RACING HORSE COMPOSITE Trainer Form: 6-26 for 23% (10) RPR: 95 (10) Optimum Ground: … Continue reading

Racing Trends for Doncaster (15 September 2018)

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The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends alongside perceptive betting advice, this time for Doncaster. Our results this year have been nothing short of sensational and all the indications show our filtration/profiling really works!  To aid the process further we offer more valuable information in the shape of course statistics, where we look … Continue reading

Racing Trends for Doncaster (14 September 2018)

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Of the two races we covered with our trends yesterday our second choice Fleeting won at 12/1 but surely our advice was better than that! For example we provided movers and shakers at the course showing Richard Fahey as the top trainer at Doncaster for 2018. He had Picture No Sound win at 20/1. … Continue reading

Pacafi (13 September 2018)

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 PILASTER 3.00 Doncaster at 7/4 DFS Park Hill Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares) (1m6½f)  . Pedigree: Sixth foal; closely related to 1m2f 2yo/11.4f winner Castellated (RPR 78), half-sister to 4 winners inc Windshear (1m-1m4f inc at 2; 113), Palisade (1m2f inc AW; 96) and Porcini (1m4f-2m inc AW; 89); dam 7f-1m2f winner (inc at 2/Listed; … Continue reading

Racing Trends for Doncaster (13 September 2018)

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The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends alongside perceptive betting advice, this time for Doncaster. Our results this year have been nothing short of sensational and all the indications show our filtration/profiling really works!  To aid the process further we offer more valuable information in the shape of course statistics, where we look … Continue reading