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Cheltenham Festival Handicap Trends and Key Pointers (With updates for Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)

Feb 20th, 2018 at 18:30 Micko70 on Cheltenham 14 comments 3345 views

The Cheltenham Festival is the highlight of the season for most National Hunt followers, with top class fields and top drawer horses in every race, it's very hard to constantly pick winners at this meeting This blog will focus on all of the Handicap races over the 4 days of the meeting, in all of the races i will have looked at the same trends, Age, Weight, Official Rating, Recent Runs, …

OLBG Mares Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival

Mar 1st, 2018 at 13:09 Micko70 on Cheltenham 8 comments 646 views

The OLBG Mares Hurdle is a Grade 1 race for mares and also the final race of a 6 race series that started back at Wetherby in November, there were also races at Kempton (November), Cheltenham (December), Ascot (January) & Doncaster (January) The winners of the other 5 races in the series were as follows - Wetherby - La Bague Au Roi, who was sent off the 10/11 favourite. Kempton - La …

Cheltenham 2018 - How relevant is the SP of previous Cheltenham Festival race winners ?

Feb 14th, 2018 at 15:09 tbuckley on Cheltenham 6 comments 934 views

How relevant is the Starting Price of previous Cheltenham Festival race winners ? The build up to the Cheltenham Festival is always a fantastic, high octane combination of seemingly relentless new bulletins about price cuts, bookmaker offers, entries, late injury scares, different snippets of information coming from the hundreds of Cheltenham preview nights held across the country. Personally speaking I love it all, having been into jump racing for quite …

Cheltenham Festival 2018: Top five iconic memories

Mar 3rd, 2018 at 13:11 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 5 comments 777 views

The Cheltenham Festival has given us some sensational moments over the years, we take a look at five of the most iconic moments ever seen at Prestbury Park. Make sure you also take a moment to check out our five golden rules to follow at the Cheltenham Festival here Annie Power makes Champion return The OLBG mares race has seen plenty of drama over the years, no moment is ever likely to match …

Cheltenham 2018 - The Ante Post Retirement Blog

Feb 28th, 2018 at 00:21 Gman84 on Cheltenham 5 comments 952 views

The Cheltenham Festival is the climax of the National Hunt season and as we all study the form and discuss the possibilities we all dream of finding some winners.   Imagine if you could land several winners, in a multiple bet?  A chance to break the bank at Monte Carlo!  I took a shot at this with last years festival and frankly, came up rather short (17pt outlay, 2.6pt return), but I …

The 2018 Grand National - Pinstickers And Betting Tips Guide

Apr 9th, 2018 at 19:55 Gman84 on Horse Racing 4 comments 1188 views

It’s nearly that time of year again when regularly punters are joined by anyone and everyone to take a shot at the horse race that grabs everyone’s attention - The Randox Health Grand National!   Going through the 40 runners can be a bit of a nightmare but fear not, this blog is here to take away that pain for you with a pinstickers guide to all the runners.  Below you’ll find …

The Best Free to Play Bookmaker Competitions Available and How to Play

Feb 24th, 2018 at 12:58 danbradley on Strategy 4 comments 419 views

With bookmakers desperate to get more customers, more and more are now offering free to enter competitions offering cash prizes for the winners. The trend was started by the well-known Super 6 competition on Sky Bet, but now there are loads on offer for us to have a go at and try our luck (despite near impossible odds) to win a fortune. I always think: what’s the point of playing the …

The 32Red Lincoln 10 Year Trends (5 day update)

Mar 18th, 2018 at 14:04 Micko70 on Horse Racing 3 comments 766 views

The 32Red Lincoln is the annual curtain raiser to the start of the flat season, the race is run at Doncaster over a mile and is open to all horses aged 4 or older. I have looked at 12 different trends and the returned SP's of the first 4 home in the last 10 runnings, i have left out 2 trends, so will be looking at 10 different trends and also …

Trainers to Follow in Cheltenham Festival Handicaps

Mar 7th, 2018 at 11:57 nors on Cheltenham 3 comments 311 views

There are 10 handicaps at the Cheltenham Festival as listed below. TUESDAY 13TH MARCH 2.50 PM : Ultima Business Solutions Handicap Chase 5.30 PM: Close Brothers Novice Handicap Chase . WEDNESDAY 14TH MARCH 2.50 PM: Coral Cup 4.50 PM: Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle THURSDAY 15TH MARCH 2.10 PM: Pertemps Handicap Hurdle Final 4.10 PM: Brown Advisory Plate 5.30 PM: Kim Muir Handicap Chase FRIDAY 16TH MARCH 4.50 PM: Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle 2.10 PM: Country Hurdle 5.30 PM: Grand …

Cheltenham Festival 2018: Five horses that could steal the headlines

Mar 1st, 2018 at 10:19 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 3 comments 916 views

The Cheltenham Festival is just days away, we take a look at five horses that could hit the headlines if they end up in the winners enclosure. we have visiting several racing yards in the lead up to the Cheltenham Festival you can read all about my visit to Nicky Henderson's yard right here Douvan Top price of 9/2 to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase If we cast our minds back …

Tips For Every Race On ITV from Newbury & Warwick

Feb 9th, 2018 at 12:03 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 3 comments 395 views

After last weeks coverage of the Dublin Racing Festival we return to home shores to cover racing at Newbury and Warwick. If you enjoyed the Dublin Racing Festival as much as me you can see my views on horses to take out of last weeks big event here Right lets get on with finding those winners for the racing on ITV at Newbury and Warwick. Newbury 13.50 The Betfair Cash Out Handicap Hurdle Race …