Posts containing the tag The Pacafi

Bath Racecourse & the Chafer!

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Saturday Fixture at Bath Racecourse abandoned! Back Racecourse have abandoned the Saturday 16th September 2017 meeting due to the effects of chafer grubs on parts of the racecourse so the two-day fixture has been condensed to a six-race card on Sunday 17th September 2017. This is such a shame as we had planned our weekend around … Continue reading

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Betting Bank & Staking Plans

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No one has all the answers The Racing Horse believes that no one has all the answers when it comes to winning from betting. In some areas there are no concrete answers to be had. Furthermore, in a subject matter which is totally subjective our lifetime experience is once you think you have the game beat … Continue reading

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The Summer Stayers’ Series at Bath

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  The Summer racing season might be coming towards a close but there’s still some big race days on the calendar to enjoy. At Doncaster on Saturday we have the last of the classics with the St Leger but The Racing Horse takes in the TWO BIG RACE DAYS IN ONE BIG WEEKEND at the Bath … Continue reading

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I didn’t do anything out of the ordinary – Davy Russell

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I DIDN’T DO ANYTHING OUT of the ORDINARY – DAVY RUSSELL Irish Racing must now attempt to recover from a bad week foisted upon them by an inept, not fit for service disciplinary panel and then made worse by the lies and deceit from jockey Davy Russell. Please read and watch below but first … Continue reading

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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

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Great St Wilfrid Handicap (Class 2) (3yo+)

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The Racing Horse offers some help in finding value and the winner of Ripon’s Great St Wilfrid Handicap tomorrow. Last week we gave you the winner of the Sweet Solera Stakes in Tajaanus at 10/1 and the week before we gave you as our third best Stamp Hill at 50/1 in the Ascot International Handicap. … Continue reading

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Sweet Solera Stakes Group 3 (2yos)

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The Sweet Soleral Stakes is named after Sweet Solera and the winner of the 1,000 Guineas and The Oaks in 1961. Originally it was a Listed race but upgraded to Group 3 status in 2004. It is a 7f race for 2yo fillies.   FANCIED FILLIES’ WIN THE SWEET SOLERA! The Racing Horse is going … Continue reading

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3.00 Ascot Gigaset International Handicap 7f (Class 2) (3yo+)

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The Racing Horse looks at the 3.00 Ascot Gigaset International Handicap 7f (Class 2) (3yo+) and shows the trends since 2006 and we sense a shock is on the cards! A BIG ONE! The going this morning is good to soft, soft in places on the round course and clerk of the course Chris … Continue reading

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Darley July Cup Stakes Group 1

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The Racing Horse has concluded an in depth look at the 6f (July) Darley July Cup Stakes Group 1 and offers our conclusions. We are assuming the ground will be good to the fast side of good (there are one or two showers forecast in the area).  The Darley July Cup is regarded as … Continue reading

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Watching Josephine…

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FOLLOWING JOSEPHINE GORDON – for a while anyway…  0-28 and counting (since 4th July 2017) The Racing Horse is a big fan of Josephine Gordon but cannot help but notice her statistics since 4th July 2017. She has recorded 28 consecutive losers but significantly rode 7 second-places and one can only imagine how that … Continue reading

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