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Trainers To Follow In July

 By Scratville in Horse Racing

30 June 2015 13:43

An awful June means we go into July with a minus LSP for the year. July wasn't kind last year so we have a mostly new set of trainers this July. We are going with 6 flat trainers, 4 NH and one Irish Flat trainer. FLAT TURF DAVID SIMCOCK (3yo+) Suffolk trainer who crops up from time to time, usually with his AW runners.... more

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Northumberland Plate Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

26 June 2015 21:19

The Northumberland Plate is a handicap flat race run in mid June at Newcastle Racecourse, the race is run over 2 miles and is open to horses aged 3yo or above. The race is Newcastle's biggest races of the season and was first run way back in 1833 As usual, i have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and have looked at 8 trends for the race.... more

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Northumberland Plate Views With A Touch Of History

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

26 June 2015 20:05

The Northumberland Plate, cannot believe I might be saying this for the last time, with the track being dug up and relayed with all weather circuit, which looks demeaning to this great course, this is through my eyes and thoughts. HISTORY This great race started way back in 1833.... more

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Over 40 Future Flat Racing Winners (Hopefully!)

 By monkeytennis in Horse Racing

26 June 2015 14:28

I did one of these lists on here a couple of years ago and it threw up plenty of winners and we are at that stage in the flat season again where I feel I have a good list of well handicapped horses to go to war with. As usual the list is comprised mainly of 3yos that have run in very strong early season 3yo handicaps.... more

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Royal Ascot Review, With Declarations For Winners

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

25 June 2015 20:22

Royal Ascot week, was exciting, thrilling and had everything else to go with the meeting, along with the channel four cameras. It is good to see the whole meeting through each day and not a few selected races. Never mind the fashion going on and interviewing stars, who have been racing, by chance, they appear this year and for the first time, someone must of got them a ticket, another freebie for celebrities to be notice.... more

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Irish Derby

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

24 June 2015 23:38

The Irish Derby is run at The Curragh at the end of June, 3 weeks after the English equivalent, meaning that horse can run in both or run in this and the French Derby.... more

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Could This Be A 25/1 Winner? Coral Eclipse Group 1 - Sandown Preview

 By DAVIDADAN in Horse Racing

24 June 2015 00:48

The Coral Eclipse at Sandown is a highly prestigious Group 1 race in the Flat racing calendar over a mile and a quarter dating back to 1886 named after that legendary horse Eclipse.... more

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Carlisle Bell

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

22 June 2015 20:35

The Carlisle Bell is a handicap flat race run in mid June at Carlisle Racecourse, the race is run over just short of a mile (7f 200yds) and is open to horses aged 3yo or above. The race is one of Carlisle's biggest races of the season and was first run way back in 1599 As usual, i have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and have looked at 8 trends for the race.... more

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The Wokingham Including Draw Analysis

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

19 June 2015 21:44

The The Wokingham is run on day 5 (Saturday) of the 5 day Royal Ascot meeting, the race is run over 6f and is open to all horses aged 3yo or older I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and have also looked at the following 7 trends, Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs & Distance, any NH runs will also be taken into account Any horse passing a trend with a 10 ..... more

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ROYAL ASCOT 5th And FINAL DAY, THIRD RACE

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

19 June 2015 20:00

Friday blog, selection ran to free and was a spent force, with William Buick once again in the saddle. We head into the final day, hoping and praying, that I could perform a couple of bookends, as I start the Royal Meeting with a winner and maybe, finish with the a winner. 3. 40 HARDWICKE STAKES Racing over twelve furlongs on good to firm ground.... more

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Thirsk Racecourse Review

 By Nicoista in Horse Racing

19 June 2015 11:36

THIRSK RACECOURSE REVIEW WEDNESDAY 27th MAY 2015 GRANDSTAND ENCLOSER (tatts) ENTRANCE £14 RACECARD £2. 50 VISITED ON MY OWN To find the course was quite straight forward as it was well sign posted from the A19. Once you get to the course though beware as the signs for the parking are poor, if there are any at all. The free public carpark is opposite the entrance to tatts, but is hidden by trees.... more

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ROYAL ASCOT DAY FOUR. SECOND RACE ON THE CARD

 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

18 June 2015 21:37

Thursday blog not so rewarding, even the winner, I gave a wide sweep, stating his price was too short at 12/1 should of been larger, just shows, cannot be right all the time, some of the time, would help. 3. 05 KING EDWARD VII STAKES Today's distance is over one mile and four furlongs. A selected field of seven runners go to post, on good to firm ground.... more

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