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2014 Galway Plate Stats & Pointers ( Wednesday 30/7/14 )

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

25 July 2014 15:27

The Galway Festival is the BIG mid summer meeting in the Emerald Isle, stretching over a full seven day period. The Plate is one of the feature contests of the week, a fiercely competitive Grade ‘A ‘ Handicap Chase over two miles and six furlongs.... more

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Pit Falls Of Gambling On The Horses

 By meoldmate in Other

25 July 2014 09:06

We all love to have a flutter on the horses, more often than not for so many, which includes my good self. Us horse racing daft punters sit down on a daily basis and look through the cards from each meeting being held and look for potential winners, we know the game and we all know what to look for, all do we.... more

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Who Else Sees Arsenal As The Premiership Value Selection?

 By botev1921 in Football

25 July 2014 00:27

When I was writing about Arsenal and their slim chances of winning the league in late January, I pointed out several very serious issues and problematic areas that would eventually see them drop to 4th, which ended up being a very accurate prediction.... more

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Longines Handicap (Lady Amateur Riders) , Saturday , 7 Furlongs , Ascot 4.25pm

 By The Executioner in Horse Racing

24 July 2014 21:49

A lot of punters will avoid betting on ladies races for one reason or another, personally I find this particular race one of my highlights of the mid summer months, probably down to the success I’ve had punting on it in recent years.... more

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A Fans View Of Everton

 By undertherobe in Football

24 July 2014 20:03

It doesn't seem right that the new season is almost upon us. The time since Liverpool completely fluffed their lines against Chelsea and Crystal Palace has flown by so quickly, in part due to a World Cup that promised so much with it's exciting start but delivered very little (for me anyway).... more

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International Stakes Trends

 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

24 July 2014 19:38

The International Stakes is a 7 furlong Heritage handicap run at Ascot racecourse on King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes day at the end of July. There is usually a field of more than 20 runners for this race and some decent names have won the race in the past including Al Muheer, Laa Rayb & New Seeker.... more

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International Crown Preview

 By jimmywomble in Golf

24 July 2014 13:37

USA Just Too Strong At The International Crown The ladies have something completely different this week as they go for a World Cup style format for the International Crown. This is the first year of the event and it will be held at the Caves Valley GC in Maryland. It starts shortly around 2pm UK time on Thursday 24th July. The Course Caves Valley is just to the north of Owings Mills, which is itself just north of Baltimore.... more

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Midwest Classic Preview

 By jimmywomble in Golf

24 July 2014 11:07

Nitties to Repeat Midwest Success, but Lyle is the Real Winner The Web. Com Tour taps it’s little red shoes and heads back to Kansas this week and the Midwest Classic from the Nicklaus GC at Lionsgate in Overland Park. This will be the fifth time the event has been held it started life in 2009 as the confusingly titled Christmas in October Classic, but was held in August.... more

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Premier League 14/15 - Getting A Head Start Over The Bookmakers

 By danbradley in Football

24 July 2014 10:07

With the new season just a few weeks away, punters will soon once again be bombarded with hundreds of markets and hundreds of games to bet on. Some will look at the new season with trepidation, as a lack of form and statistics can leave one feeling underprepared when it comes to staking one’s hard earned money. I prefer to look at it in a different way though.... more

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RBC Canadian Open Preview

 By jimmywomble in Golf

24 July 2014 01:57

Donald a Shot Maker in Montreal It's not quite back to home soil for the PGA Tour as they head north to Canada for the RBC Canadian Open which this year will be from the Royal Montreal GC. This will be the first visit to the Blue Course at Royal Montreal since 2001 when Scott Verplank won.... more

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Le Vaudreuil Challenge Preview

 By jimmywomble in Golf

24 July 2014 00:11

Barnes Le Victor at Le Vaudreuil It’s the second of three visits to France for the Challenge Tour as it heads to just outside Rouen for the La Vaudreuil Golf Challenge. This is the second year the event has been held and the inaugural winner was Brinson Paolini another young raider from America looking to make his name on this tour. It gets underway on Thursday the 24th July, an hour ahead of UK time so around 6 am.... more

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Senior British Open Preview

 By jimmywomble in Golf

23 July 2014 23:14

Jimenez A Cut Above the Rest in Wales The British major’s keep coming and this week it’s the turn of the Seniors with the Senior British Open, which for the first time will be from the Royal Porthcawl GC in Wales. Winner last year at Royal Birkdale was Mark Wiebe who played in last week’s Open at Hoylake , with the winner this year getting a trip to St Andrews next year.... more

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