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2021 Ayr Gold Cup Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 10, 12:05pm Last Updated: Sep 17, 5:01pm Horse Racing 2 Comments 7317 Views

The Ayr Gold Cup has plenty of history with the inaugural running in 1804, staged over six furlongs and open to three-year-old's and upwards and quickly follows on usually a week or so after the six-furlong Portland Handicap at Doncaster's St Leger meeting. There is a consolation race for those who do not make it into the Gold Cup, the Ayr Silver Cup is run on the day whilst on the day prior there is also the Ayr Bronze Cup... [ Read More ]

2021 Ayr Bronze Cup Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 16, 12:09pm Last Updated: Sep 17, 5:01pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 27 Views

Scheduled to take place in September of each year at the Ayr racecourse is the Ayr Bronze Cup, the race acts as a consolation race for the Ayr Silver Cup which in turn is a consolation race for the Ayr Gold Cup, this race takes place on the Friday prior to those two races which take place on Saturday. This race is run over the six-furlong trip and is open to runners aged three or older, the class two race... [ Read More ]

2021 Ayr Silver Cup Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 16, 12:13pm Last Updated: Sep 17, 8:41am Horse Racing 0 Comments 8 Views

Scheduled to take place in September of each year at the Ayr racecourse on the same day as the Ayr Gold Cup, the Ayr Silver Cup acts as a consolation race for the big one, you can also find runners who fail to get into this race running in the Ayr Bronze Cup on the Friday prior to this race. This class two race is open to runners who are aged three or older with it being run over six... [ Read More ]

Horse Racing Trainers To Follow In September

Published: Aug 31, 9:53pm Last Updated: Sep 16, 5:25pm Scratville on Horse Racing 4 Comments 42 Views

After another profitable month, the horse racing trainers blog sits at an impressive+£107.71 LSP.   September 2020 was around + £50 at LSP, I hope 2021 will be just as good.    September brings the last classic, the big Ayr meeting and the Cambridgeshire meeting at the end of the month.   We have 6 returning trainers and 3 additions, some big names amongst them so it will be a busy month.   FLAT TURF (GB) JOHN & THADY GOSDEN... [ Read More ]

2022 John Musker Fillies Stakes Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 14, 12:36pm Last Updated: Sep 15, 3:51pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 341 Views

The John Musker Fillies Stakes is one of the highlights for the flat season at Yarmouth racecourse having first been introduced back in 1993, this listed race is open to fillies and mares who are aged three or older and is run over a trip of one mile, two furlongs and twenty-three yards. The majority of the winners go on to run in some high-class races, a couple have gone over to run in the Grade 1 E P Taylor... [ Read More ]

2021 British Champions Series Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 26, 3:14pm Last Updated: Sep 13, 2:41pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 383 Views

The British Champion Series concludes on Saturday 16th October with British Champions Day at Ascot, be sure to head over to our dedicated Ascot racing predictions page on the day to see which runners the OLBG horse racing tipsters are backing to win, in addition to those listed below, the Balmoral Handicap is also featured on Champions Day. 13:20 British Champions Long Distance Cup 13:55 British Champions Sprint Stakes 14:30 British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes 15:05 Queen Elizabeth II... [ Read More ]

2022 Irish Champion Stakes Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 9, 4:39pm Last Updated: Sep 13, 2:38pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 381 Views

The Irish Champion Stakes is a Group 1 race open to runners who are aged three or older, the race takes place in September of each year and is run over one mile and two furlongs at Leopardstown racecourse. Established in 1976, the race was originally named in honour of Joe McGrath, a former racehorse owner and a man honoured for his work with hospital charities. In 2009, the race become part of the Breeders' Cup Challenge series where the... [ Read More ]

2022 Irish St Leger Preview, Trends & Analysis

Published: Sep 9, 4:50pm Last Updated: Sep 13, 2:36pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 370 Views

Established in 1915, the Irish St Leger is the Irish equivalent to the Doncaster St Leger, its a Group 1 race which is open to thoroughbreds who are three or older where three-year-old runners receive an 8lb age allowance, it's run at the Curragh racecourse in September of each year over a trip of one mile and six furlongs. To see which runners the OLBG racing tipsters are tipping throughout the card that includes this race, head over to the... [ Read More ]

2022 Vermantia Handicap Preview, Trends & Analysis (St Leger Festival)

Published: Aug 31, 12:46pm Last Updated: Sep 13, 2:35pm Horse Racing 0 Comments 34 Views

Scheduled to take place on the final day of the St Leger Festival in September of each year at the Doncaster racecourse is this class two handicap which is open to runners who are three years old or older and is run over a trip of one mile. We also have a dedicated Doncaster Betting Picks page that will cover this race as well as all of the other races on the day of the race, see which runners the... [ Read More ]

2022 St Leger Preview, Trends & Analysis (St Leger Festival)

Published: Sep 5, 2:00pm Last Updated: Sep 13, 2:34pm Horse Racing 4 Comments 3888 Views

Britain's oldest 'classic', the St Leger, was first run in 1776 and is recognised as the last leg of the 'Triple Crown' comprising the 2000 Guineas and Epsom Derby. Camelot in 2012 nearly became the first horse since Nijinsky in 1970 to complete the set having won the 2000 Guineas and Derby but had to settle with the runners up finish here behind Encke. Although Camelot nearly accomplished the Triple Crown in 2012, generally now it is very seldom a... [ Read More ]

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