Posts containing the tag Paul Moon

2018 Melbourne Cup

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The Racing Horse fulfilled its racing ambition when invited by the Victoria Racing Club to attend the iconic 2017 Melbourne Cup and what an euphoric occasion it was! To be a bit part of the 90,536 plus inveterate gamblers with a TV audience estimated at 750 million from 163 nations, it was the ultimate racing thrill! … Continue reading

Tregaron At The Crossroads!

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  These are serious times for the Tregaron Trotting Club and the future of their August Festival and we take this opportunity to look at some of the serious issues they will be addressing in the coming months. Changes will have to be made but first we need to identify the problems…  The BRILLIANT MICHAEL … 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

The Multidimensional Speed Thinker!

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The Racing Horse are great friends and supporters of Team Cleverly. We checked in on them to monitor the preparations for 17th August 2013 WBO Light-heavyweight title fight at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. Nathan Cleverly (26) makes his sixth defence against the unbeaten Russian but Florida based Sergey Kovalev (30) and it is a … Continue reading

Chris Jenkins en route!

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Boxing has a rich heritage in South Wales and a breeding ground for boxing champions and this golden conveyor belt is about to produce another. Chris Jenkins (24), who hails from Maes Yr Hendre in Garnant under the guidance of trainer Ronnie Morris, is climbing the light-welterweight rankings in a manner most thrilling! Has … Continue reading

Rebecca Curtis and the Importance of Development!

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Yesterday, we had one fabulous day in the company of Rebecca Curtis, Gearoid Costelloe, owners Alan and Geoff, her staff and her horses. The Racing Horse was given total access and honesty to all the day’s activities and no questions were left unanswered. We would like to take this opportunity in thanking them all … Continue reading

Synchronised – Missed Opportunities

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We had mixed feelings about Synchronised, mixed because we are glad the horse won but annoyed that we had missed out backing him again! My friend Vernon Allen and I spent the day at Jackdaws with the Gold Cup Winner and Jonjo O’Neill and although we got to know everything about him did not back him … Continue reading

The BRILLIANT Albertas Run!

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Yesterday was very emotional for me because of Albertas Run and his half-length defeat in the 2012 Ryanair Chase. We know of the horses courage so how could I have doubted his chances of winning this race again? He has won the author a lot of money over the years and I had the … Continue reading

Cleverly & Circumstances!

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Some boxing fans were less than impressed with Nathan Cleverly’s victory over last fight challenger Tony Bellew, especially given his desire of unifying the light heavyweight divisions. However, there were circumstances neither known nor recognised that need to be aired before we can look at his next fight in the proper light! Cleverly sustained … Continue reading

Alison Lidderdale

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The Lidderdales have just given The Racing Horse a much needed winner in Where’s Reiley and although we visualised the race a little differently than how it panned out the horse won by the best part of two lengths. I have an affection for the vivacious Alison Lidderdale (please excuse me Alastair) and have … Continue reading