Posts containing the tag Betting advice

We all need help with our betting!

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PERMANENT FEATURE The Racing Horse will be producing our powerful racing templates in association with our racing trends for Cheltenham on Friday and Saturday. This has been introduced as a permanent feature to sit alongside our Pacafi and Betting Systems Advice. Within these three pillars/buttresses the hope is there is something of interest for … Continue reading

Racing Trends for 2018 Cambridgeshire Handicap

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The Racing Horse offers more powerful racing trends in tandem with perceptive betting advice for Newmarket (Rowley Mile Course) 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 … Continue reading

We expect to make a profit!

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The Racing Horse had another fabulous festival and once again helped members make a profit from their racing! Our trends and the betting advice based on them is the perfect starting point and genuinely believe our service is as good as anything comparable. The beauty of it from a members perspective is our passion … Continue reading

What’s On at The Racing Horse

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The Racing Horse believes that no one has all the answers when it comes to successful betting, in some areas there are no answers. Furthermore, in a subject matter which is totally subjective once you think you have the game beat you get a kicking in the proverbial ass! So what do we know? … Continue reading

Mathematics, Patience and Emotional Resilience

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 The reality of betting was spelled out by the wonderful New England philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson who reminded us: “Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.” Since the inception of The Racing Horse in June 2011 it has never used the word luck in the context of a winning … 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

Summer Jumping System

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The Racing Horse is indebted to Ben Aitken of Narrowing The Field for allowing us to use and build on his dozen jumpers to follow during the summer. We have been a fan of Ben’s work for a while and like the way he works and views a race. Ben loves the National Hunt … Continue reading

Saturday’s Racing

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There is some fabulous racing today but the ground is of some concern. GOING at AINTREE: Mildmay & Hurdle courses – SOFT (Heavy in places); National course – HEAVY (Soft in places) (PRECAUTIONARY INSPECTION 8.30AM SATURDAY) (GoingStick: Mm/Hdl 5.0, Nat 4.0) (Rail movements; R1 & 5 +105y, R2 +100y, R3 +140y, R4 & 7 … Continue reading

All That Glitters Is Not Gold

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HUGHES STARTED TRAINING RIDING A WAVE OF OPTIMISM Richard Hughes started training horses in 2015 on a wave of unconstrained optimism from virtually everyone involved in horse racing. His elitist profile not only promised instant success, he was to bring new ideas to the racing fraternity, set new benchmarks and unearth new jockey talent … Continue reading

How to find the winner of the 2016 Coral Welsh Grand National (and the 2017)…

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History dictates that racing at Chepstow on Coral Welsh Grand National Day will take place on soft to heavy ground, this means the showpiece is naturally arduous and challenging. There is proof. Despite the contenders being bona fide bred for stamina and jumping fences, just 8.74 of their number have completed the course in … Continue reading