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  • Winter Derby Trial Trends (Updated 5th Feb)

    Micko70 on 03 Feb at 14:12

    The Winter Derby Trial is run on Lingfield's All Weather track in February every year, and is run over 1m 2f I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends, Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Distance & Draw 5 day decs - 0827-4 Brocklebank(10) 7 9-0 Simon Dow 88 6554-2 Captain Cat(28) 7 9-0 Roger Charlton 107 1342- Charles Camoin(56) 8 9-0 Sylvester Kirk 97 3546-3 Complicit(28) 5 9-0 Paul Cole 102 54522- Grendisar(49) 6 9-0 Marco Botti 108 52404- Watersmeet(141) 5 9-0 Mark Johnston 103 0-521 Winterlude(10) 6 9-0 Jennie Candlish 97 45641- Festive Fare(56) 4 8-13 Charlie Appleby 108 113-13 Lamar(21) 5 8-12 James Tate 105 342-14 Mitre Peak(5) 4 8-8 Richard Fahey 80 Age 9 of the last 10 winners were no older than 6 Positives = Complicit, Grendisar, Watersmeet, Winterlude, Festive Fare, Lamar & Mitre Peak Weight 7 of the…

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  • Racing's Biggest Problem

    garethp1981 on 31 Jan at 18:24

    The betting industry must be fair to its customers and it must also be seen to be fair. If customers can’t bet without being scared that they are being fleeced, there will be fewer of them. If fewer people are betting, this is bad for the bookmakers and bad for racing. Imagine a customer goes into a shop to buy a loaf of bread, they ask how much and the shopkeeper answers “I don’t know, we will see how many people buy bread today and depending on that we will set a price later.” This sounds ridiculous, but it is not dissimilar to what is happening when a punter takes the starting price on a horse. A bet is being agreed upon where the price is not yet known. In the UK there exists a monopoly provider of what is known…

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  • Cheltenham Festival Day 3 Trends & Trainer/Jockey Trends

    Micko70 on 02 Feb at 11:33

    Thursday 17th March is day 3 of the greatest show on turf, now that Cheltenham and the BHA have added another race, we will see 7 races on each day of the 4 day meeting, 28 races in total I have looked at a few trends for each of the races and these can be read below Also, OLBG member Shrews has posted some Trainer/Jockey stats on the OLBG Forum for each race at the meeting, he has looked at the last 6 runnings and awarded trainers & Jockeys points on where they finished in that race, giving totals for each race, with some very interesting results, these can be found HERE Thursday will see the following races - 1:30 - The JLT Novices’ Chase (2m 4f) 2.10 - The Pertemps Network Final (3m) 2.50 - The Ryanair Chase (2m 5f) 3.30 - The Ladbrokes World…

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  • totepool Scottish County Hurdle at Musselburgh Key Race Trends - 7 February 2016

    Robmull on 04 Feb at 13:39

    The totepool Supporting Scottish Racing Scottish County Hurdle is a Listed Handicap Hurdle which is run over 1 mile 7 furlongs and 124 yards at Musselburgh on Sunday, 7 February 2016. With an average field size of almost 16 runners during the past decade, the Scottish County Hurdle is an interesting race for punters to assess as although only 2 of the favourites have obliged during the past decade, a further 7 winners started at odds of 13/2 or shorter, whilst the only exception was sent off at 12/1, which suggests that this is a poor event for relatively unfancied runners. Readers of my previous Key Race Trends blogs will be aware that I normally concentrate on early closing races where the key trends for the race have been published by the Racing Post a few weeks in advance…

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  • The Chinese Super League Becomes A Footballing Super Power

    LustForLeith on 03 Feb at 16:49

    ‎  ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ The Chinese Super League Becomes A Super Footballing Force     Osman Sow. Hardly a well known name in football unless perhaps you support Hearts. But he’s suddenly just become one of the most interesting names around.   The striker has been at the Edinburgh club since the summer of 2014 where he’s scored twenty goals in forty four games. With less than six months remaining on his contract there was speculation if he’d be staying at Hearts on moving on.   He’s moving on and in spectacular fashion.   The Swede is set to join Henan Jianye in the Chinese Super League for an amazing £1.5 million. There’s no doubt the forward can score goals but it seems a lot to be paying for a player who is out of contract in the summer. However he’s not the only big money transfer heading to China.   Talent such as Chelsea…

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  • Waste Management Phoenix Open ( PGA Tour ) 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 31 Jan at 12:50

    Rickie Fowler is competing in his third PGA tournament of 2016 this week when he plays in the Waste Management Phoenix Open ( previously known as the FBR Open ) as the PGA tour moves to Scottsdale, Arizona and this tournament takes place from the 4th February - 7th February 2016. This tournament attracts large crowds and is usually the most attended event on this tour with the four day attendance figure often being about 500,000 people. It is best known for it's 16th hole which is a par 3 and has an arena that can hold 20,000 spectators and they often create a loud raucous atmosphere. It is part of the FedExCup schedule and the winner will obtain 500 points. The past ten champions of this tournament with their final scores are - 2015 Brooks Koepka - 15 2014 Kevin Stadler -…

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