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Betway Chester Cup Key Race Trends - 4 May 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

29 April 2016 15:29

The Betway Chester Cup is a Class 2 Heritage Handicap flat race which is run over 2 miles, 2 furlongs and 147 yards at Chester on Wednesday, 4 May 2016. With a maximum field size of 17 runners racing around this historic track which is less than 1 mile in circumference and includes notoriously tight bends and a relatively short finishing straight, the Betway Chester Cup is often a fiendishly difficult race for punters to assess.... more

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The Flat 2016 Diary And Review: Horses To Note For Royal Ascot And The Season Ahead - Part 1

 By The Market Man in Horse Racing

28 April 2016 14:05

The Flat 2016 Diary And Review: Horses To Note For Royal Ascot And The Season Ahead - Part 1 As we bring the curtain down on the first month of flat racing in 2016, i thought it might be interesting for a performance review of sorts, making note of any eye catchers which could be worthing following as the flat season progresses through the early Classics and into the summer festival period with Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood.... more

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Athasi Stakes At The Curragh Key Race Trends - 2 May 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

27 April 2016 17:00

The Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi Stakes is a Group 3 race for Fillies and Mares aged 3 years and older, which is run over 7 furlongs at the Curragh on Monday, 2 May 2016. With an average field size of 8 runners during the past decade, the Athasi Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess, with many of the participants making their seasonal debut.... more

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Kentucky Derby Key Race Trends - 7 May 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

26 April 2016 15:24

The Kentucky Derby is scheduled to be run on Saturday, 7 May 2016 over 1 mile and 2 furlongs on dirt at Churchill Downs, in the state of Kentucky, USA. This Grade 1 race for 3yos is also known as ‘The run for the Roses’ and is the first leg of the US Triple Crown, which is completed by the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico and the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park.... more

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Fighting National Hunt Withdrawal At Punchestown

 By Gman84 in Horse Racing

26 April 2016 13:19

As the National Hunt season came to an end at Sandown this past Sunday, those - like myself - who prefer that code of racing, probably feel a tad depressed.... more

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Profitable Trainers For Courses

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

24 April 2016 20:45

Punters are always looking for an edge in their continuous battle with the bookmakers and whilst the statistics of the past can offer no future guarantees, it can be of interest when assessing the day’s racing. You will have often heard the expression horses for courses, this blog is similar but trainers for courses.... more

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How To Secure The Best Value Bets During The Turf Flat Season

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

24 April 2016 16:41

The purpose of this blog is to provide readers with some guidelines on assessing value wagers during the European turf flat racing season. Millions of pounds will be won and lost by punters and the bookmakers during the turf flat season and it is therefore imperative that punters secure the best value for each and every bet that they place over the coming months.... more

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PBF EXPANDING ON GREENHAM DAY.

 By pompeybuster12 in Horse Racing

24 April 2016 09:01

PBF, THE GREENHAM MOVING FORWARDS I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the ratings thrown up from GREENHAM DAY at Chelmsford to see if we can take any pointers below are the figures posted for every horse running on Greenham Day we will delve into them and investigate any excuses or indeed any that looked better than the bare figure suggests.... more

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Sagaro Stakes Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

24 April 2016 00:13

The Sagaro Stakes is a Group 3 race run at Ascot towards the end of April, the race is run over 2 miles and is open to all horses aged 4 or older. The 2006 running was run at Lingfield and the 2012 running was run at Kempton on the all weather track.... more

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Longines Sagaro Stakes Key Race Trends - 27 April 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

23 April 2016 16:37

The Longines Sagaro Stakes is a Group 3 race for runners aged 4 years and older which is run over 2 miles at Ascot on Wednesday, 27 April 2016. With an average field size of just over 7 runners during the past decade (only 8 renewals run at Ascot included), the Sagaro Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess, with many of the participants making their seasonal debut.... more

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Bet365 Gold Cup Chase Key Race Trends - 23 April 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

22 April 2016 14:49

The bet365 Gold Cup Chase is a Grade 3 Handicap Steeplechase which is run over 3 miles and 4 furlongs and 166 yards at Sandown on Saturday, 23 April 2016 and always provides a fiendishly difficult puzzle for punters to assess with an average field of almost 18 runners during the past decade.... more

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Victor McCalmont Memorial Stakes At Gowran Park - Incredibly Strong Key Race Trends - 24 April 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

21 April 2016 15:49

The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Victor McCalmont Memorial Stakes is a Listed race for Fillies and Mares aged 3 years and older which is run over 1 mile, 1 furlong and 100 yards at Gowran Park in Ireland on Sunday, 24 April 2016.... more

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