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AINTREE CARD EXCEPT THE LAST TWO RACES.

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

24 October 2014 23:54

After last weeks success with the Cheltenham card, I thought, I give the Aintree meeting on Saturday a colourful look. I like to go through the form and hopefully point out potential winners, or help towards members view a horse they thought, might not have the potential or the opposite to be within a chance of being in at the finish.... more

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Profitable Trainer & Jockey Stats For The National Hunt Season 2014/15

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

22 October 2014 16:55

As the jumps season starts to get in to full swing many of us will be looking for areas in which we can try to obtain an advantage in our ongoing battle with the bookmakers. Whilst past performances can never offer a guarantee for the future, it can however at times be beneficial to understand and identify certain trainers and jockeys plans.... more

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Old Roan Chase Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

21 October 2014 23:59

The Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase is run at Aintree at the end of October, it's a limited handicap and usually attracts a strong field, the race is run over 2 miles 4 furlongs and is named after Monet's Garden, who won the race on 3 occasions ... more

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Racing Post Trophy With New Scoring System

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

21 October 2014 13:08

The Racing Post Trophy is the last Group 1 race in Britain for the flat season, it is run at Doncaster over 1 mile and usually attracts quite a lot of the early fancies for next seasons 2,000 Guineas & Derby. ... more

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SATURDAY CHELTENHAM

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

18 October 2014 00:50

CHELTENHAM The jump season is starting to get under way big style, with Cheltenham second day of racing. Seven race card comes to view with three hurdle races and three chases, finishing off with a national hunt flat race.... more

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Channel 4 Live Racing From Newmarket , Friday 17/10/14

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

16 October 2014 22:36

A cracking looking card with some very interesting races with next year's Classics in mind. The Fillies Mile , The Dewhurst and The Middle Park Stakes may all have a bearing on the 1000 & 2000 Guineas next May. A competitive Nursery kicks the card off while the speedters will be set to task in the Cornwallis Stakes , all in all a decent day's viewing. : 1.... more

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Qipco British Champion's Day........More An End Of Season Jolly-Up!

 By Randy Rann in Horse Racing

16 October 2014 21:41

End Of Season Championship sadly lacking The Champions but will be a party not to miss! A couple of days to go before the supposed celebration of Champions and though this season's star names won't be appearing it will still be a decent days racing. It does have the feel of an "End of Season Bash" though.... more

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National Hunt In November

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

12 October 2014 23:32

Now that winter is almost here, its time to focus on the jumps as the flat turf season is almost at an end. This blog is the first of many focusing on the fixtures for each month and looking at all of the big races for that month, with a few stats thrown in ... more

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My Jump Horses To Follow 2014/15

 By tbuckley in Horse Racing

12 October 2014 22:57

My Jump Horses To Follow 2014/15 Be it flat racing or jumps racing, I like hundreds of thousands of other horse racing fans, always do have a list of horses that I'm looking forward to seeing the most out of all the thousands of horses in training.... more

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Melbourne Cup

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

12 October 2014 20:06

The race that stops a nation, otherwise known as the Melbourne Cup, is an annual Handicap run in Australia at Flemington Racecourse. The race is run over 2 miles and is the richest 2 mile race in the world, but used to be run over a few extra feet until 1972 when it was run over 2 miles for the first time.... more

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Gold Cup Possible Runners For Next March With Points Of Views Building Towards This Race

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

8 October 2014 21:25

Here we are coming into the winter months and with cold mornings appearing all racing punters will be thinking of national hunt racing and starting to blow the dust off the form book for hurdlers and chasers. What I have decided to do, is jump the gun and bring the Cheltenham Gold Cup to the fore, with six months to go.... more

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Cesarewitch Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

7 October 2014 16:01

The Betfred Cesarewitch is a long distance flat handicap run at Newmarket in October. The race is run over 2 miles and 2 furlongs, Mark Johnston is the most winning trainer in recent years with 3 wins in the last 16 years, Nicky Henderson & Brian Meehan have both won the race in the same period, as did the great Martin Pipe.... more

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