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Coneygree Has The Form And Class To Win The Punchestown Gold Cup

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Coneygree has been backed to win the Punchestown Gold Cup despite not running since November and only racing twice since winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2015. The horse is a relentless jumper and galloper and can beat Sizing John and Djakadam to win the Punchestown version of the Gold Cup. Sizing John won the Blue Riband of chasing at …

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Henri Parry Morgan Is Weighted To Win The Scottish Grand National

Paul Nicholls and Nicky Henderson have both declared three runners for the Scottish Grand National, a race that could still be pivotal in the outcome of the trainer’s championship which lies between them. However, Henri Parry Morgan could be a blot on the handicap and looks a massive price to win Scotland’s most prestigious jumps race at Ayr this Saturday. …

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Our Duke Can Be One For The Favourite Backers In the Irish National

Gordon Elliott or less likely Willie Mullins will win the Irish Jumps Trainer’s Championships but neither has won the Irish Grand National. That situation might not change on Easter Monday when the 2017 renewal takes place at Fairyhouse. The race moves with the Easter celebration and always takes place on the Monday of the holiday long weekend. There will be …

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Coneygree Can End Season on a High in Punchestown Gold Cup

Former Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Coneygree has had a racecourse gallop at Ffos Las in preparation for a run in the Punchestown Gold Cup later this month in Ireland. Mark Bradstock’s runner missed the Cheltenham Festival with a setback, but connections are delighted with the work he did at the Welsh track in his public exercise earlier this week. Coneygree’s return to action …

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Grand National 2017 Analysis (VIDEO)

The selections in this video are: Vieux Lion Rouge The Last Samuri Saphir Du Rheu Highland Lodge We will be placing a dutch bet on them to win, and then betting each in the 6 place market on Betfair. Have a great Grand National.

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The Winner of The Grand National Will Be…

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With the Aintree Festival starting tomorrow, and the Grand National taking place on Saturday, it’s the beginning of what’s going to be three days of awesome racing. And at the Race Advisor, we are pretty dang excited! We’re about to witness some of the most thrilling racing of the year and, to make it even better, we’ve… Spent nearly 200 …

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Top Notch Tonto Can Deliver In The Lincoln

In 2014 Top Notch Tonto finished 8 lengths behind Olympic Glory off level weights in the Group 1 Lockinge Stakes. The horse has won at Group 3 level in the past so is undoubtedly a Group horse running in a handicap in the Lincoln at Doncaster on Saturday. The race is the first of 33 Heritage Handicaps during the turf …

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Long River The Pick In The Dubai World Cup Place Market

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Arrogate will become the world record prize money holder if winning the Dubai World Cup at Meydan on Saturday. Nothing is certain in racing as we know with Douvan at Cheltenham but odds of 1/3 do not reflect the dominance and advantage in the ratings held by the favourite. Arrogate can deliver for the money buyers and short priced operators …

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Gevrey Chambertin Can Win Another Midlands Grand National For David Pipe

The Midlands Grand National is a competitive handicap chase with a decent prize fund in its own right and not just an afterthought to the Cheltenham Festival. In Gevrey Chambertin there is a horse who can play up winnings from the jumps meeting that matters most or recoup some losses after the bookies benefit of Gold Cup day. Gevrey Chambertin …

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Take Native River To Outstay His Rivals In Open Gold Cup

Thistlecrack’s absence means this year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup is one of the most open contests in some time. Not only that, but it is also a great opportunity for one of the younger runners in the race to really establish itself as a new star in the sport. Native River is a horse who fits the profile for success in this …

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Short Priced Favourites at the Cheltenham Festival

Ten Year Trends The Cheltenham Festival brings together the best horses from Britain and Ireland and in terms of betting is one of the most competitive meetings of the season. Five days ahead of the 2017 showpiece only Altior (Arkle Chase) and Douvan (Champion Chase) were quoted at Even money or shorter but once running plans are confirmed Unowhatimeanharry, Limini …

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William H Bonney Can Win The Imperial Cup

It’s the calm before the storm, the starter before the main course, the race that precedes the Lord Mayor’s Show. But the Imperial Cup at Sandown carries a decent prize and an opportunity for horses not suited to Cheltenham to win a lucrative handicap hurdle. Golden Spear was the favourite for Saturday’s race and has an entry in the County …

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McManus Pair Looks Primed For Cheltenham Joy

Few racing owners are as revered as JP McManus when it comes to a willingness to put down money behind their Cheltenham Festival hopefuls. The hugely successful Irishman has long been a thorn in the side of bookmakers and, in stories that are ingrained in Cheltenham folklore, McManus has struck fear into the hearts of those on the rails with …

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Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

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Morning all, This week’s and next week’s column are slightly different to normal as I will be taking a few days of this week and next week I will be doing an in-depth analysis of the Cheltenham Festival which is now just three weeks away. Where has this winter jumps season gone? In this week’s column looking at horse racing …

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The forecast is…

…that the weather is going to be milder tomorrow at Cheltenham. Which is exactly the news we wanted to hear because tomorrow is… Cheltenham Trials Day This is the last day of racing to prepare horses for the big event at the Cheltenham Festival. And, to celebrate it, we’ve got our festival specialist to analyse all the races, and provide …

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The Notes That Made £23,657

“There are many ways to skin a cat.” A phrase that, as far as anybody knows, was coined by Seba Smith in 1884. It’s also a phrase that’s truer for horse racing, than almost anything else. There is no right way or wrong way. As long as you make a long-term profit, whatever way you choose to take is perfect …

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Dubai World Cup Carnival – Horse Racing

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If you like your top class flat horse racing and you have been suffering withdrawal symptoms from the lack of top flat class action. Well, fear not, as today sees the start of the Dubai Winter Carnival at Meydan and a welcome return of top quality racing and prize money. The season at Meydan actually began on November 3rd of …

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Saturday’s Big Race Previews

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The big horse racing action moves to Ayr on Saturday with the annual running of the cavalry charge known as the Ayr Gold Cup. The racing may not have the same class of horses running as last Saturday but it looks very competitive with plenty of big field handicap puzzles for punters to solve. Hopefully I will be able to …

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Newmarket July Meeting – Key Racing Trends

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Although the Moet & Chandon July Festival at Newmarket doesn’t quite carry the same gravitas as Cheltenham or Royal Ascot, it is nonetheless classified as a big festival. As such, millions of pounds are likely to be wagered over the course of the three days so I’ve compiled a short guide on Newmarket trends designed to help you get an …

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Important Royal Ascot Trends

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Day 1 Queen Anne Stakes The Queen Anne Stakes is a fine opening race and tends to start the festival off with a bang. It is a race for 4yo+ thoroughbreds and this Group One race takes place over 1 mile. This race seems to be Frankie Dettori’s specialty as the legendary jockey has won this event on no less …

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