Horse Racing Blogs

Placepot pointers for the Cheltenham Festival

Feb 25th, 2018 at 19:46 Micko70 on Horse Racing 0 comments 1381 views

I have been fortunate enough to get a placepot up a few times at the festival, and all i can do is give the following advice, this advice doesn't mean you will get the placepot up, but should help you in your search for placepot riches. When doing the placepot at Cheltenham, i might have 1 banker but normally i would have 2 races with 2 selections, 2 or 3 races …

Aintree Grand National Festival Handicap Trends

Apr 2nd, 2018 at 20:31 Micko70 on Horse Racing 2 comments 1231 views

There are 7 handicap races held over the 3 day Grand National meeting at Aintree in April. I have looked at the important trends on all 7 races, but only 6 will be found on this blog. I have already written a trends blog on the Grand National, and you can find a link to that blog further down this blog. I have looked at the following trends for the races …

The 2018 Grand National - Pinstickers And Betting Tips Guide

Apr 9th, 2018 at 19:55 Gman84 on Horse Racing 4 comments 1214 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 …

Cheltenham Festival 2018: Five horses that could steal the headlines

Mar 1st, 2018 at 10:19 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 3 comments 921 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 …

Cheltenham Day One: Race by race guide

Mar 7th, 2018 at 08:35 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 1 comments 920 views

We are so close to the biggest four days in racing, day one of the Cheltenham Festival we are still full of hope and have the entire Festival in front of us. We preview every race on day one using video form, stats and OLBG members tip comments to find you the winners. The Supreme Novice The race that starts everything off with the roar, as Supreme Novices go this looks a fairly …

OLBG Toilet Tips: Top 5 Cheltenham Festival bets you need to know

Mar 4th, 2018 at 13:16 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 0 comments 873 views

The OLBG Toilet Tips are back for the 2018 Festival, picking out some of the best OLBG tipsters ante-post comments and popping them up on posters around Cheltenham racecourse... including the toilets! In the first year OLBG took on this challenge, the tipsters supplied eight winners from ten selections. We take a look at five contenders to make it onto the course from our tipsters. Nearer the time those selected …

Cheltenham Festival 2018: Top five iconic memories

Mar 3rd, 2018 at 13:11 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 5 comments 782 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 …

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

Mar 18th, 2018 at 14:04 Micko70 on Horse Racing 3 comments 770 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 …

Betfred Grand National Trial Trends & Selections

Feb 13th, 2018 at 19:43 Micko70 on Horse Racing 2 comments 769 views

The Betfred Grand National Trial is run in February at Haydock Park over a trip of 3 miles 4 & 1/2 furlongs The race is classed as a Grade 3 chase and carries a prize of just under £57,000 I have looked at 9 different trends for the race, they are Age, Weight, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Season Runs (Since November 1st), Season Wins (Since November 1st), Distance & Class. Betfred …

Cheltenham Festival 2018: 10 key stats and trends to keep you on track

Mar 5th, 2018 at 17:24 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 1 comments 731 views

We took at look at how stats and trends and be used to pick out horses for tricky festival races, here are just ten examples of how we used them. You can see more Festival trends in blogs just like this from OLBG member Micko70 right here Fred Winter stats point towards a Gordon Elliott runner The Fred Winter is a race where we need all the help we can get, a …

Five golden rules of The Cheltenham Festival

Mar 2nd, 2018 at 11:10 sportingsamcan on Horse Racing 0 comments 696 views

With Cheltenham fast approaching we felt it may be helpful to give you our five golden rules for the Festival to help you enjoy it more and have a great betting week. Do your homework The one thing Cheltenham offers punters is a huge range of free resources, our site alone gives you extensive blogs on trainers, horses, race trends, stable tours and so much more. The OLBG forum is a …