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Jul 25 2011 02:56 PM | Richard in Frontpage

UK and Irish Horse Racing Tipster - The Betting Slip Hotties

Horse racing tipster that points you to the horses that are HOT, will have HIGH strike rate, SHORT losing runs, AVOID odds on favorites, wherever possible and make steady, consiste...

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Horse Racing Distance Betting

Aug 30 2013 11:00 AM | gerz1212 in Articles

Hi All
I admit Im not great at picking horses and after years of losing I came across distance betting and it turned my gambling lie around and I started to make money not a fortune but a consistent profit and I have managed to turn it into a regular income.......

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Rosdhu Queen Get The Vote In Competitive Chevel...

Sep 28 2012 09:44 AM | RodC in Articles

The Cheveley Park Stakes is  Group One for two year old Fillies and is widely regards as one of the first pointers for potential classic candidates for the following season. Here we look at this year;s renewal which takes place at Newmarket on Saturday, 28th September. Racecard can be viewed at cheveley-park-stakes

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25th September 2012 - RYAN’S EXPRESS

Sep 25 2012 11:25 AM | Richard in Articles

This year’s Ayr Western meeting saw for the first time all three big sprints, Gold, Silver and Bronze run on the Saturday, writes Stewart Copeland.

The fact they were run at all was a great credit to all concerned at Ayr, having been hit...

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18th September 2012 - A SHAME CAMELOT WAS BEATE...

Sep 18 2012 01:16 PM | Richard in Articles

In any other season, a potential Triple Crown winner would be the talk of racing throughout the summer. In 2012 however, we have been treated to the freak that is Frankel, and Camelot, a superstar in his own right, has been somewhat overshadowed as a...

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11th September 2012 - ROCK FINALLY GETS A GROUP...

Sep 11 2012 10:54 AM | Richard in Articles

The latest leg of the Champions Sprint Series was the Group One Betfred Sprint Cup run at Haydock on Saturday, writes Chris Nash.

The market was headed by two horses that had shown quality form in Group race sprints this year, Ortensia and...

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4th September 2012 - NO FRANKEL THIS WEEK BUT A...

Sep 04 2012 01:15 PM | Richard in Articles

Surely the most popular victory of the weekend came in the feature race at Beverley on Saturday when Borderlescott won the five furlong Listed Bullet Sprint Stakes, writes Chris Nash.

This 10 year-old has an impressive CV headed by back...

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28th August 2012 - DETTORI FINDS FOE A FRIEND

Aug 28 2012 04:07 PM | Richard in Articles

Highlight of the week was undoubtedly the latest chapter in the Frankel story which is dealt with in detail by Phil Smith in his Head of Handicapping blog. However there were plenty of other good races for my handicapping colleagues to get their teeth...

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21st August 2012 - EXCELEBRATION SHINES WITH NO...

Aug 21 2012 10:59 AM | Richard in Articles

The Haras de Fresney-le-Buffard Jacques le Marois was never going to crown a champion miler this year with Frankel having set his sights on York’s International instead, but it still endorsed his superiority in the division as his perennial whipping bo...

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14th August 2012 - USUALLY THE BRIDESMAID, FINA...

Aug 20 2012 06:09 PM | Richard in Articles

Finally the Olympics are over! My main feeling is disappointment, but a part of me is glad that I can now get back to some sort of normal working schedule, having spent most of the last two weeks working all sorts of bizarre hours to compensate for th...

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7th August 2012 - GLORIOUS FRANKEL NOT EXTENDED

Aug 07 2012 10:55 AM | Richard in Articles

Whilst the majority of the nation were glued to the world’s finest human athletes doing battle in and around London, those that turned up at Goodwood last Wednesday were able to pay their respects to the finest equine athlete on the planet – and, once...

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31st July 2012 - SMALL SUSSEX FIELD AWAITS SUPE...

Jul 31 2012 01:20 PM | Richard in Articles

So, at the time of writing just three horses (including his trusty pacemaker Bullet Train) have stood their ground to take on Frankel in Wednesday’s Qipco Sussex Stakes at Goodwood – from a handicapping perspective it is a little disappointing but whol...

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24th July 2012 - DANEDREAM BACK TO SOMEWHERE NE...

Jul 24 2012 03:25 PM | Richard in Articles

The International Handicappers were delighted last Saturday when our joint-champion middle distance horse from 2011, the filly Danedream, returned to somewhere near her best in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, writes Head of Handicapping...

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