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  • Five Things Of Note: Premier League Match Day Two

    KanKeano on 22 Aug at 14:07

    Well that’s the second round of Premier League games done and dusted. How did we all get on this weekend from a punting perspective? My weekend wasn’t too bad. Spurs won! Arsenal didn’t. Managed to cash in on a Betfair £50 free bet Saturday with Man City, Celtic and Hearts all doing the business making it the first profitable weekend of the season for yours truly. In the Premier League, the matches threw up plenty of areas of discussion and below are five of the most talked about. Stoke: Can they do it on a wet and windy night in Stoke anymore? I was having this discussion last week on Twitter before the game against Man City. It’s a long held belief with Premier League fans over the last few years that foreign players & coaches are not proven till…

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  • Winter Hill Stakes

    Micko70 on 23 Aug at 16:18

    The Winter Hill Stakes is one of those rare Group races that takes place at an evening meeting, it's a Group 3 run over 1m 2f at Windsor on the last Saturday of August. I have looked at the last 10 years and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Group Form & Distance. Any horse/s passing a trend will score the points for that trend, the horse/s with the most points will be the selection/s 5 day decs - 32612 Ayrad(29) 5 9-1 Roger Charlton 110 546205 Beach Bar(21) 5 9-1 Brendan Powell 98 1/8725 Berkshire(29) 5 9-1 Paul Cole 108 71401 First Sitting(21) 5 9-1 Chris Wall 106 6-2450 Maverick Wave(70) 5 9-1 John Gosden 107 90-404 Not So Sleepy(46) 4 9-1 Hughie Morrison 102 41-751 Chain Of Daisies(17) 4 8-12 Henry Candy 103 3-89P5 Persona Grata(15) 5 8-12 Ed Walker 101 6-2101 Ulysses(31) 3 8-11 Sir Michael Stoute 111 3-2305 Foundation(21) 3 8-7 John Gosden 110 1-6122 Gershwin(21) 3 8-7 David Lanigan 105 521465 Steel Of Madrid(12) 3 8-7 Richard Hannon 107 6-4454 Tony…

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  • 2016 Boeing Classic Preview - TPC Snoqualmie Ridge (Champions Tour)

    STEVEOCN on 21 Aug at 20:36

    Boeing Classic, August 26th to 28th 2016 Tournament Intro: The Champions Tour heads to Washington this week for the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. Following a Monday finish at Scioto Country Club in Ohio, Gene Sauers held off Billy Mayfair and Miguel Ángel Jiménez to win his maiden senior tour title, the U.S. Senior Open Championship. Sauers will headline the event originally known as the Boeing Greater Seattle Classic alongside Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie. American’s Jeff Maggert, Kenny Perry and John Daly are also in attendance with Billy Andrade defending his title in Snoqualmie. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, TPC Snoqualmie Ridge is a Par 72 layout measuring 7,264 yards. Opened in 1999, the private golf club is situated at the foothills of the Cascades mountain range some 25 miles east of Seattle. The Tournament Players Course is a signature Nicklaus design…

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  • Crystal Palace v Bournemouth - Premier League - Tips / Stats and Preview

    Ralfie1982 on 24 Aug at 11:24

    Crystal Palace v Bournemouth Hi everyone and welcome to my blog, here I will give you a bit of an overview of the match, some stats that might prove a bit useful when the two teams meet, some team news and so on. If there is anything you'd like to see in the blog that is not here, please leave me a comment and I will try to include it below. Is it too early in the season for a six pointer or a must win game? If you are Alan Pardew I don't think so. I think most of us were disappointed with the home game v’s WBA, but a lot of us generally didn't think we’d get too much from Spurs irrelevant who we signed, but this if AP to keep the Wolves from the door…

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  • Celebration Mile

    Micko70 on 23 Aug at 15:48

    The Celebration Mile is a Group 2 race run at Goodwood over a mile at the end of August for horses aged 3 or older. I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following 7 trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins & Group Form Each horse passing a trend will score the points for that trend, the horse/s with the most points will be the selection/s 5 day decs - 15484 Toormore(31) 5 9-7 Richard Hannon 115 00-300 Arod(13) 5 9-4 Peter Chapple-Hyam 114 32-341 Breton Rock(63) 6 9-4 David Simcock 112 513544 Gabrial(7) 7 9-4 Richard Fahey 113 10721- Hathal(344) 4 9-4 William Haggas 111 30-369 Lightning Spear(13) 5 9-4 David Simcock 117 13472 So Beloved(8) 6 9-4 David O´Meara 112 1-1121 Thikriyaat(29) 3 8-12 Sir Michael Stoute 110 5-6181 Zonderland(16) 3 8-12 Clive Cox 112 Age 6 of the last 10 winners were aged 3 Positives (6 Points) = Thikriyaat & Zonderland Official Rating 8 of the last 10 winners had an official…

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  • Canadian Pacific Women's Open 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 21 Aug at 22:05

    Lydia Ko won the Silver medal at the 2016 Olympics and has performed very well previously at the Canadian Pacific Women's Open ( has also been known as the CN Canadian Women's Open ) as she won it in 2012, 2013 and in 2015. She became the youngest Champion in LPGA history at 15 years of age when she was successful in this event in 2012. It is part of the Race to the CME Globe and the winner will obtain 500 Points. This tournament has been held at a variety of courses and last year it took place at the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam, Vancouver. The host course this year is the Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club, Calgary, Alberta and this course was used in 2009 for this tournament. The past ten Champions of this event with…

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  • Ryder Cup - Betting Statistics & History For Winning Bets

    STEVEOCN on 22 Aug at 22:44

    The 41st Ryder Cup Matches, Friday September 30th to Sunday October 2nd 2016 2016 Ryder Cup Introduction: Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota will host the 41st Ryder Cup Matches as Europe go in search of a fourth straight victory. Named after English golf promoter Samuel Ryder, the biennial event between teams from Europe and the United States will begin on Friday September 30th and twenty eight matches over three days will decide who leaves the city of Chaska with the Ryder Cup trophy. Europe secured a five point victory two years ago at Gleneagles and Northern Irishman Darren Clarke succeeds Paul McGinley, who captained the 16½-11½ triumph in Scotland. The 48-year-old from Dungannon in County Tyrone will take the reins as captain and Clarke has five Ryder Cup appearances dating back to 1997. The 2011 Open Champion was a member of four…

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