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  • Trainers to follow in August

    Scratville on 24 Jul at 13:34

    Off on my Holiday so the Blogs up early. April, May and June have all been profitable months and July at the time of Writing is +£87.50 LSP. We are currently +180.89 LSP for the year which has surpassed my expectations! Last August was the most successful month I have ever had with £126.78 LSP. It's going to be the busiest month I have had with 24 trainers and well over 500 runners. As the blog has progressed I'm getting better results by having more trainers, obviously the stats have to be good but because of BOG I'm finding increasing the Trainers is reducing the variance and producing much better results. GB FLAT TURF JOHN GOSDEN (ALL) A blog regular who returns from last August where he gave us +£22.07 LSP. 2011 7/66 …

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  • Glorious Goodwood - a look at the Betfred Mile and Qatar Stewards Cup

    The Market Man on 24 Jul at 20:14

    Glorious Goodwood - a look at the Betfred Mile and Qatar Stewards Cup This is indisputably one of my favourite weeks of the year - Goodwood and Galway provide us with great racing from both flat and jumps, each course with it's own idiosyncrasies and trainers who take advantage of them. I've written a separate blog for Galway so we can concentrate here on the action on the Sussex Downs... The Betfred Mile : Class 2 handicap Known as the Golden Mile to most. A right hand turn halfway through the race means the draw can be influential when making a selection. The last three years, the first three home started from the first ten stalls. In 2012 it was the first two home. Experience of Goodwood or Epsom, another undulating track with a downhill straight which tests the balance of horses…

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  • Galway Plate Key Race Trends - 27 July 2016

    Robmull on 19 Jul at 15:34

    The Tote.com Galway Plate is an extremely valuable Grade A Handicap Steeplechase which is run over 2 miles, 6 furlongs and 110 yards at Galway on Wednesday, 27 July and is one of the highlights of the 7 day Galway Festival meeting. The Galway Plate often provides punters with an fiendishly difficult challenge with an average field of just under 22 runners. During the past decade, 3 market leaders have obliged for a LSP of 4.25 pts, although only 1 of the remaining 7 winners started at single figure odds, whilst the exceptions were sent off at odds of 12/1, 14/1, 16/1 x 3 and 22/1, which suggests that winners can come from just about anywhere in the betting market. Whilst undertaking some recent research on this event, I noticed that the table detailing the past winners of the race…

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  • PGA Championship - PGATOUR - STATS / FORM & PREVIEW

    Ralfie1982 on 24 Jul at 22:46

    PGA Championship Welcome, so we go close to a couple of places last time out in the RBC but just missed out with two Top 20 finishes. So we move on to the last “Big One” of the year, It is one of the four major championships in professional golf, and it is the golf season's final major. THis looks to be a good one! If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the golf and F1 here The stats Baltursol GC, Springfield, New Jersey Prize money $10m Prize money to winner $1.8m 600 Fedex Points (100 more than standard) PAR 70 7428yards 2x PAR 5 Holes 4x PAR 3 holes 12x PAR 4 holes Shortest hole is number 4 a PAR 3, playing 199 yards Longest hole is number 17 a PAR 5 playing a monster…

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  • Ricoh Women's British Open 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 24 Jul at 15:40

    Lydia Ko has won two Majors so far in her career including the ANA Inspiration earlier this year on the LPGA tour and will be attempting to win the Women's British Open for the first time when it takes place this week from the 28th July until the 31st July 2016. The host course last year was the Alisa Course, Trump Turnberry Resort, Scotland and this year the event will be held in England at the Marquess course, Woburn Golf & Country Club, Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes. There are five Majors in Women's golf and this is the fourth one of 2016. It is part of the Race to the CME Globe and the winner will obtain 625 points. The past ten winners of this event with their final scores are - 2015 Inbee Park - 12 2014 Mo Martin - 1 2013…

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  • Betting Approach - Premier League 2016/17 Ante-Post Football markets Preview

    tbuckley on 19 Jul at 22:49

    Betting Approach - Premier League 2016/17 Ante-Post Football markets Preview Football betting has developed and progressed massively over the last 10 years, especially the last 5, with punters having a seemingly ever increasing array of betting options to choose from. In the series of 'Betting Approach' blogs I've written so far, I've looked how betting has changed, what mistakes are made, what we've learned as punters and also discussed what betting options football punters now have. Without doubt one of the biggest choices of betting options football punters now have is the incredible, mind boggling range of Ante-post markets to take in, there are literally hundreds of different Ante-post markets offered up by the various bookmakers. Now I absolutely love getting stuck into the Ante-post markets in the weeks leading up to a new season, I love the challenge of searching through all…

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  • Connacht Hotel Handicap at Galway Key Race Trends - 25 July 2016

    Robmull on 24 Jul at 16:45

    The Connacht Hotel (QR) Handicap is an extremely valuable race for runners aged 4 years and older which is run over 2 miles at Galway on Monday, 25 July 2016. With an average field size of just under 20 runners during the past decade, the Connacht Hotel Handicap often provides a fiendishly difficult puzzle for punters to assess, as the race is restricted to amateur jockeys riding horses that are often better known for their exploits over hurdles and fences rather than running in valuable flat handicaps. During the past decade only 1 market leader has obliged for a Loss of 5.00 points, whilst just 2 of the remaining 9 winners were sent off at single figure odds, with the exceptions starting at odds ranging from 10/1 to 16/1, which suggests that punters often need to look beyond the…

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