Posts containing the tag The Racing Horse

How Royal Ascot 2020 will differ from previous years.

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Here, Peter Watton from matched betting site OddsMonkey shares his insight into how Royal Ascot 2020 will differ from previous years. Although many of this year’s biggest sporting events have been cancelled, we now know that Royal Ascot will be going ahead. The 2020 meeting is set to look very different to what we’re … Continue reading

They’re Racing!

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The Racing Horse looks at the 10-race card at Newcastle scheduled for Monday 1 June 2020 where there are six handicap races (class 3 to 6), one novice split into 2 divisions (class 5) and one maiden split into 2 division (class 5). Each race will have a maximum 12 runners and the Tapeta … Continue reading

Charlie Appleby – Our Trainer to Follow!

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The Racing Horse follows up our detailed piece on Charlie Appleby dated 27 APRIL 2018 and seek profitable areas to exploit? His All Weather figures are impressive but more so his Newmarket figures, and these courses will feature heavily in the first weeks of the racing resumption! . Top 6 racecourses since he started … Continue reading

Newcastle – First Meeting Back!

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The Racing Horse looks at the 8-race card at Newcastle scheduled for 1 June 2020 where there are six handicap races (class 3 to 6), one novice (class 5) and one maiden (class 5). The number of races could be increased to 10 if there are divisions. Tapeta surface is expected to be standard … Continue reading

Chelmsford Racecourse Template

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Despite being one of the UK’s newest tracks, Chelmsford City racecourse has already had an eventful history. Originally known as Great Leighs when it opened in April 2008 it was the first entirely new racecourse in the UK since Taunton opened in 1927. It has a Polytrack surface and is essentially galloping in nature, … Continue reading

UPDATE on RESUMPTION of RACING PLANNING

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British racing continues to plan for the resumption on Monday 1 June, in line with the UK Government’s provisional timetable for the return of sport behind closed doors. The BHA have now published a provisional fixture list that covers the period from 9 June to the end of August 2020 and it can be … Continue reading

LIngfield Racecourse Template

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Lingfield is a left-handed all-weather track and laid out inside the turf track and, measuring just less than a mile and a quarter round, is essentially sharp in nature. This, along with how the races often pan out ensures that stamina is rarely at a premium and strong-travelling types with a turn of foot … Continue reading

Newmarket Rowley Mile Racecourse Template

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The Racing Horse offers the Newmarket Rowley Mile Racecourse Template for their first four days of racing this season. The template reflects a betting landscape of the racecourse and an important tool in itself, but especially in conjunction with our racing trends if only to aid filtration. The template will be updated at the … Continue reading

2000 Guineas Stakes at Newmarket (Rowley Mile)

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The Racing Horse looks at the key trends for this year’s 2000 Guineas scheduled to be run on Saturday 6 June 2020 in association with our RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for NEWMARKET (Rowley Mile) This race is the first of the five ‘classic races’ – the others being the 1000 Guineas (for the fillies), Epsom Derby, … Continue reading

2020 Brigadier Gerard Stakes

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The Racing Horse looks at the key trends for this year’s Group 3 Brigadier Gerard Stakes. This 1m2f race is normally staged at Sandown towards the end of May. RACING TRENDS for the 2020 BRIGADIER GERARD STAKES (Group 3) 17/17: Won at least twice before (100%) 15/17: Won over at least 1m2f before (88%) … Continue reading