Posts containing the tag The Pacafi Bet

Teaforthree to enhance reputation?

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The Racing Horse felt it just missed out yesterday. We won on the day but only had two winners from our five qualifiers that ran (one was a non-runner). We did land our maximum bet and hope our confidence came through enough so that our reader took advantage. When we go maximum we rarely leave our … Continue reading

Teaforthree looks worthy favourite for Coral Welsh National

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The Racing Horse attended the preliminary preparations for the Coral Welsh Grand National The Racing Horse was invited to attend the preliminary preparations of the Coral Welsh Grand National to be run at Chepstow on Thursday 27th December 2012 and this took place yesterday at the Rebecca Curtis stable in Newport, Pembrokeshire. Once again we met the current … Continue reading

How fitting is it that this fantastic man…

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We have a sense that the photo above will become very special and for obvious reasons. The Racing Horse was overjoyed to see Sir Henry Cecil at the Knavesmire to welcome Frankel back into the winner’s enclosure as he wins the Juddmonte International. The race is sponsored by the stud of Frankel’s owner, Prince … Continue reading

200 WINNERS from 365 bets!

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Since the launch of The Racing Horse and whilst under the close scrutiny of Matt Bisogno of the site has nominated 230 selections that met the criteria of the Pacafi Bet. This strategy removes and filters both randomness and negative influences thus making it less vulnerable. It has a high strike rate and … Continue reading

More from Jackdaws Castle

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 Whilst up at Jonjo O’Neill’s Jackdaw Castle Stables during the week we had a good look at Thehillofuisneach 2.20 Uttoxeter to check on his well being and can report the horse looked great! This Irish point winner shaped with plenty of promise in novice hurdles before confirming that his opening mark was all wrong at … Continue reading