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Scoop Six Bet With A View At Price Power Along With Dreams Of Hitting The Six.

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

19 September 2014 23:18

Here we go again after last weeks nightmare, just cannot believe, the results have not come the way of any punter, as there is another roll over this week Saturday 13th September First race2. 20 Chester 7½f good 1st Macret 16/1 (11), 2nd Maverik 25/1 (12), 3rd Dusky Queen 25/1f (5) Second race2.... more

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Saturday Racing Tips 20/09/14

 By monkeytennis in Horse Racing

19 September 2014 15:04

Some very good racing this Saturday and as usual it is the competitive handicaps that catch my eye, although it is fair to say I’ve been scared off by exactly how competitive some of Saturday’s racing is.... more

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2014 Betfred Cambridgeshire Handicap Stats And Pointers , Saturday 27/9/14

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

18 September 2014 23:03

The Cambridgeshire was first run in 1839, the same year as The Cesarewitch was established and the races soon became known as the Autumn Double. It takes place on the Rowley Mile course over a straight nine furlongs trip, and it takes some getting, often a horse that has won over slightly further can run well rather than the more speedier types.... more

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Ayr Gold Cup Trends (2 X 33/1 Selections)

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

15 September 2014 21:55

The William Hill Ayr Gold Cup is one of the biggest sprint handicaps run over the season, the race is a class 2 race run over 6 furlongs in September. Amazingly, when this race was first run in the early 1800's, it was run over 2 miles, it was then dropped down to a mile in 1870 before dropping to it's current distance of 6 furlongs in 1908.... more

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2014 Ayr Gold Cup Stats And Pointers , Saturday 20/9/14

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

14 September 2014 22:46

The Ayr Gold Cup run over six furlongs is the highlight of the September Western meeting and is one of the last major sprint handicaps of the season. It’s open to three year old and upwards although the younger generation do not have a great record, in fact in the last twenty years only two have been successful.... more

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10 NH Horses To Follow For 2014/2015

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

14 September 2014 20:09

The Winter National Hunt season is nearly upon us and it's my favourite type of racing, i love the sight of top quality horses jumping hurdles & fences. Many punters like to follow certain trainers or jockeys, but i normally follow a list of horses that i have either been given or have built up myself.... more

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Saturday Scoop6 Bet With Prices To Figure, Along With Form.

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

12 September 2014 22:25

Last weeks Scoop 6 bet was a disaster for me. trying all over again to try and get an achievement from this bet, which has eluded me for sometime, actually a long time. I have only had the place side up once, this was a few years ago.... more

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2014 St Leger Stats And Pointers , Saturday 13/9/14

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

8 September 2014 12:39

The St Leger is not only the final Classic of the season but it’s also the oldest Classic in the English flat racing calendar, first run way back in 1776 at Doncaster over a trip of One Mile Six Furlongs and 132 Yards it is one of the highlights of the season for Yorkshire racegoers.... more

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The St Leger, Doncaster - A GREAT Race With 200+ Years Of Rich, Interesting History

 By tbuckley in Horse Racing

7 September 2014 21:53

The St Leger, Doncaster - a GREAT race with 200+ years of rich, interesting history For me personally there is nothing in the horse racing calendar that matches being at Doncaster to enjoy St Leger day and of course the St Leger itself, all 1 mile 6 furlongs of it.... more

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Nicky Henderson 2014/15 Champion Trainer Odds

 By man O Bong in Horse Racing

7 September 2014 10:27

With sweeping changes at Ditcheat - now is the time to get on Nicky Henderson to win the 2014/15 Champion Trainers title. Paul Nichols is very much in a rebuilding stage at his stables - with the likes of Tidal Bay and Big Bucks retired his string, whilst the envy of many a trainer doesn't look to have the strength in depth of previous seasons.... more

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This Weeks Scoop 6 Using The Past Three Weeks Results As A Thought

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

5 September 2014 22:57

The SCOOP 6 was not won last weekend and is a bigger pot to come, on Saturday. This bet is a tough nut to crack, being £2 per line, formula’s can work out a lot dearer, with multiple bets. Sticking to the one line for £2 could give you a nice reward.... more

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Old Borough Cup Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

4 September 2014 22:28

The Old Borough Cup is a handicap flat race run at Haydock in early September, the race is run over 1m 6f, the race is currently sponsored by Betfred and will be run as the Betfred Tv Old Borough Cup. ... more

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