Posts containing the tag Champion Hurdle

Mathematics, Bias & Comment

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Mathematics are the governing force of horse racing betting It is our belief that mathematics are the governing force of horse racing betting so embrace numbers and dismiss racing pundits. At this time of the year especially we perennially unsubscribe/delete from those who seek to raise their own profiles, a spring clean if you … Continue reading

2m0f87y Unibet Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy (Grade 1) (4yo+)

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The winner of the Champion Hurdle Grade 1 over 2m is normally one of the fancied runners. More recently the Irish runners and those from the Willie Mullins stable have dominated. The 2020 running will be the 90th running of the Champion Hurdle which has been won by some greats over the years. The … Continue reading

Leap Of Faith – Kevin Blake

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“His form remains a stone below Champion Hurdle class and his supporters are taking a giant leap of faith in making him a 6/4 favourite to win the Unibet Hurdle on Saturday.” . Kevin Blake talks about Pentland Hills We take this opportunity to address the negative and somewhat silly comments of journalist Kevin … Continue reading

Pacafi (15/03/2016)

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Selections for the Pacafi100 – 15th March 2016   Timeform Annie Power is a high-class substitute to replace the sidelined Faugheen for same connections and she can become the first mare since Flakey Dove in 1994 to win the Champion Hurdle, with the drop back in trip unlikely to be a problem. It’s an … Continue reading