Posts containing the tag www.beedees.uk

Betfred Midlands Grand National (Listed Handicap Chase) (5yo plus) 4m 1f 92y

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Today there is a feeling of ‘back to reality’ but NOT for us, no siree! We have been delighted about the price secured against our Pacafi today and we expect it to win! The Racing Horse’s mantra is finding that next winner with value attached – something we are pretty good at… Today’s Pacafi: … Continue reading

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The Phantom Horse

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Trainer Michael John Day is facing jail for dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception after he was paid more than A$25,000 (£12,500) in training fees for a horse that did not exist. Compensation of $25,677 is being sought by police on behalf of the victim. Day was paid fees over a six-year period by … Continue reading

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Oxymorons, PETA and the BHA!

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Together with that of jockeys, the welfare of the sport’s equine participants is paramount to the British Horseracing Authority and remains the over-riding priority for all those involved with the staging of the sport – BHA. The BHA claim to be a leading signatory of the National Equine Welfare Protocol. Allegedly the standards demanded … Continue reading

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Every punter is born flawed!

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The Racing Horse believes that every bettor, punter, gambler is born flawed. It is how quickly, if ever, he or she understands, accepts, absorbs, adapts to the rules of the game that determines how much they lose and how quickly. To get to the next level they must embrace patience, strict money management and … Continue reading

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WELCOME TO RISK FREE BETTING!

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PART ONE The Racing Horse takes this opportunity to remind members and friends of who we are. Our aim to help people win money from betting and our results from June 2011 show/prove we succeed! We readily admit our profits are of an incremental nature but represents RISK FREE BETTING! We know of no … Continue reading

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Amman Valley Trotting Club Pictures from Tairgwaith

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On Monday 29th August 2011 the Moon family went racing at Tairgwaith, South Wales which comes under the Amman Valley Trotting Club umbrella and a great time was had by all! We have published a couple of photos to show you what a fabulous spectacle the sport is and I am at a loss … Continue reading

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Harbhajan Singh

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Amongst off-spinners, Harbhajan Singh of India is the second highest wicket taker in Test history and the third highest Test wicket-taker from all Indians. Since his international debut in 1998 in Australia his career has been one of some quality interspersed with great moments but he has never threatened greatness. Despite his numbers he … Continue reading

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Danny ‘Big Fish’ Murphy

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Poor technique is the major reason why very few British footballers and midfielders in particular are successfully able to play for a team on the continent.  Danny Murphy is a rare product of the English game in that he could have played there and flourished.  Unlike most of his domestic colleagues he has a … Continue reading

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