Posts containing the tag The Pacafi

Core & Foundation (of the Pacafi)

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The Racing Horse is indifferent to the majority of betting advice systems and strategies that come on to the market and advise others to check them out/ask for a free trial before making a purchase. A few deserve scrutiny but the vast majority lie between bogus or not fit for purpose. Some authors/sources deliberately procure … Continue reading

2017 Welsh Grand National Handicap Chase (Grade 3)

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The Racing Horse takes a long hard hard look at the 2017 Welsh Grand National Handicap Chase (Grade 3) and offer some trends, betting advice and attempt to find the 1-2-3-4. The race will be shown live on ITV4. This is one of those types of races where the trends are invaluable and we … Continue reading

King George VI Chase Grade 1

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Proven mathematical laws are the governing force of horse racing betting. Consequently every bet we place is conceived then predicated from statistical analysis protected by a maths-based edge with perceived value attached. Our formula is simple because we are yet to be convinced that a complication of a system is proportional to profit. So … Continue reading

More Trends for Saturday

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The going at Cheltenham today is soft with good to soft in places and that is a relief especially after the November debacle when racing was allowed to take place on gluepot conditions, which directly led to the death of four horses! If the racing conditions are unfit for racing then there should be … Continue reading

Saturday’s Racing

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There is some fabulous racing today but the ground is of some concern. GOING at AINTREE: Mildmay & Hurdle courses – SOFT (Heavy in places); National course – HEAVY (Soft in places) (PRECAUTIONARY INSPECTION 8.30AM SATURDAY) (GoingStick: Mm/Hdl 5.0, Nat 4.0) (Rail movements; R1 & 5 +105y, R2 +100y, R3 +140y, R4 & 7 … Continue reading

Centennial Park Equestrian Centre

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The Racing Horse had the most successful racing holiday in Australia but we also took advantage of some fabulous rest and recreation. There were many highlights but simply the best was horse riding in Centennial Park in Sydney – something I had wanted to do for a long long time. Please excuse this piece if … Continue reading

The Melbourne Cup – Without Equal

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 The Racing Horse has only just returned from Australia after taking in a massive 13-race programme of Flat and Harness Racing including our first Melbourne Cup Carnival visit. Along the way we witnessed fabulous characters, brilliant sportsmen and wonderful horses whilst meeting and talking to some of the very best people in racing. Suffice … Continue reading

Kings Inn

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The Racing Horse is proud to announce the purchase of shares in a horse trained by Paul Nicholls and we hope this to be first of a number. KINGS INN Kings Inn is a very athletic 3yo gelding, who showed great promise on his only Flat start to date, when finishing runner-up in a … Continue reading

2017 Racing Post Trophy

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The Racing Post Trophy is run over a distance of 1m and attracts some of the UK’s leading trainers and horses. It is the last Group 1 race of the season and attracts the best 2yos in the country, including several horses aimed at next years Epsom Derby. Established in 1961, five winners have subsequently achieved victory … Continue reading

Saturday’s Racing (21st October 2017)

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Proven mathematical laws are the governing force of horse racing betting. Consequently every bet we place is conceived then predicated from statistical analysis protected by a maths-based edge with perceived value attached. Our formula is simple because we are yet to be convinced that a complication of a system is proportional to profit. So … Continue reading