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  • Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic ( LPGA Tour ) 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 01 May at 11:29

    Stacy Lewis is in Alabama this week when she will be competing in the next event on the LPGA tour which is the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic ( previously known as the Navistar LPGA Classic ) which takes place from the 5th of May until the 8th May 2016 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill in Prattville, Alabama which has been the host course since outset. This tournament was established in 2007 but did not take place in 2013 due to lack of a sponsor and it used to be held in late summer or the autumn but it has been altered to an earlier date this year in the hope of experiencing better weather. This tournament is part of the Race to the CME Globe and the winner will obtain 500 Points. The past eight champions…

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  • OLBG Community Round Up - Friday 29th April

    OLBG NEWS on 29 Apr at 14:00

    Shrews started a forum debate on the The worth of RPR and Topspeed Ratings. We are all looking for an edge when it comes to horse racing betting and opinion is mixed on the ratings. Why not have your say? Cast your vote on which outsiders in Euro 2016 will make it out of the Group Stages. The tournament has a new format with more teams able to qualify from the groups this time around. Can you find a value bet? Boxing OLBG blogger bitmoretechnical specialises in Boxing betting and his blogs for fight fans are always informative. His latest blog is Boxing World Champions By Country And What It Means For Betting. For example did you know the UK leads the way with 11 World Champions? Cricket The County Cricket season has just started and OLBG members have the ability to…

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

    The Market Man on 28 Apr at 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. The 2yr olds Mark Johnston was smartly away as he bagged the first 2yr old race of the season in the last week of March, his Invincible Spirit colt Sutter County storming home by 9 lengths over 5 furlongs at Wolverhampton in a time only fractionally slower than the older horses scored in later on the card. He followed up over the same distance at Newmarket…

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  • Hassan Trophee II - European Tour - Stats / Preview / Form and Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 01 May at 21:09

    Trophee Hassan II The European Tour (although the last month has been very little time in Europe) has been tough to me and the followers of my tips. The US TOUR is where I currently make 90% of any profit, so I am going to change up the way I am playing, We will have less plays on the ET and more on the US Tour. We’ll have two plays on this and some more on the US Tour going forward. This looks a fairly poor turnout in terms of quality in the field, and probably not helped by the on face value poor value prize money. The stats Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Morocco Prize money E1.5m Red Course PAR 72 7487yards 4 x PAR 5 Holes 4 x PAR 3 holes 10 x PAR 4 holes Shortest hole is…

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  • Should You Avoid Betting Against Relegated Football Teams?

    LustForLeith on 26 Apr at 22:59

    Should You Avoid Betting Against Relegated Teams? It’s that time of the season when things can go a bit wrong. Nerves get to players and managers, mistakes get made and results don’t quite go to plan. One thing I’ve often wondered about is if a team is already relegated from a league, are they more likely to cause an upset? The team in question have nothing to play for but pride. There’s a chance that they’re at the bottom end of the table due to not being good enough (or maybe if they’ve received some sort of points deduction!) What you also need to consider is will the team they’ll be playing relax a bit and think that all they need to do is simply show up to get a result and in doing so underestimate their opponents? It’s…

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  • Trainers to follow in May

    Scratville on 30 Apr at 22:47

    A fantastic April leaves the blog +£64.36 LSP for the year and sets us up for the another winning year. Can't keep relying on big priced winners though so this month we can hopefully get that strike rate up towards the 20% mark. It's going to be a really busy month with 18 trainers I wouldn't normally have so many but the figures are good and I can't justify omitting any. FLAT TURF (GB) RICHARD HANNON (2yo's) I'm starting with a May regular, in the blog for the fourth consecutive year, the figures below include some of R Hannon Snr. 2010 14/58 24% +£18.07 2011 11/60 18% +£ 4.99 2012 11/43 26% +£12.48 2013 20/63 …

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  • Betway Chester Cup Key Race Trends - 4 May 2016

    Robmull on 29 Apr at 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. During the past decade only 1 favourite (7/1) has obliged for a loss of 2.00 points, although 5 of the remaining 9 winners were, sent off at odds of 10/1 or shorter, with the exceptions starting at 12/1, 14/1, 28/1 and 33/1. With all of the last 7 winners starting at odds that were no bigger than 12/1, it suggests the winner of…

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