Posts containing the tag Betting strategy

Wheelbarrows and Krill

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The Racing Horse is NOT, or ever claimed to be, a tipster – so who or what are we? Our home page confirms “we are a website dedicated to horse racing information and pertinent advice. Its primary function is to entertain and help readers find winners. It will remind, aid and improve the selection process … Continue reading

The Racing Horse Ethos

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The Racing Horse bins all betting advice systems and strategies found in our inbox in 0.027 seconds, sometimes quicker! Very few deserve scrutiny as most are not fit for purpose. They tend to enlist flawed or less important features supplying false credence, whilst others are bogus procuring false hope. Some designed by previously known authors simply seek … Continue reading

Pacafi (18 April 2019)

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SIR RON PRIESTLEY 5.10 Ripon at 8/11 Pulse 1 And Pulse 2 Novice Stakes (Plus 10 Race) (Class 5) 1m4f Pedigree: 70,000gns Y; second foal; dam Listed-placed 1m 2yo winner (stayed 1m2f; RPR 104), closely related to 1m/1m2f winner Standing Rock out of 1m winner, is granddaughter of 1m2f winner THE RACING HORSE COMPOSITE … 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

The Racing Horse View

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 Unlike most other sites The Racing Horse does not complicate gambling. When you look at what is available today one could be forgiven that gambling is complicated but it pays to remember that some would have you believe that it is all a great mystery. Winning from betting is 100% discipline, attitude and determination … Continue reading

PACAFI (17th March 2017)

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Fabulous debut, certain to come on and extra furlong to suit! Here And Now made a promising start when runner-up over 1m3f at Kempton last month when not fancied and at one stage we thought he would win his debut. He was less than a length ahead of Balashakh but given it was a … Continue reading

PACAFI (11th March 2017)

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GETTING STRONGER AND IMPROVING – IAN DUNCAN Today’s Pacafi is very similar to our last at Ayr where the trainer was not really known to us but had the form, statistics and qualification satisfying our wager. Today we have taken the perceived value of 5/4 about King Of Fashion believing he should trade closer … Continue reading

The Racing Horse Modus Operandi = PROFITS!

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The Racing Horse has established itself as a trustworthy profit-making Racing Club. We launched in June 2011 so now approach 6 years of service. The profits delivered are not massive but they are INCREMENTAL, REGULAR and REAL! You will not find exaggeration or falsehood here and there are NO promises of a GET RICH SCHEME … Continue reading

PACAFI (14th February 2017)

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LIKEABLE QUALITIES AND BOUND TO IMPROVE Uncle Alastair looked suited to a thorough test of stamina when getting up close home at Wetherby and today’s softer ground can enable him to follow up. There was a lot to like about the win as he travelled powerfully for much of the race before displaying likeable … Continue reading

The Pacafi Update (January)

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The table below shows the Pacafi selection, advised odds, win or lose, profit or loss and balance. Also the Exacta and the Course Straight Forecast to a £1 stake and the cumulative or decreased strike-rate. The prices shown are neither the best prices available nor exchange prices and good housekeeping could easily improve these … Continue reading