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Royal Ascot Video Analysis and Tips – Day 5

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Royal Ascot Video Analysis and Tips – Day 4

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Royal Ascot Video Analysis and Tips – Day 3

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Royal Ascot Video Analysis and Tips – Day 2

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Royal Ascot Video Analysis and Tips – Day 1

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Keys to Success at the Major Festivals of the Horse Racing Season

Horse racing is one of the major spectator sports in the United Kingdom, with fans flocking from far and wide to win money on the horses at the event. In fact, in 2016, the Royal Ascot and Cheltenham Festival clocked in as the third and fourth most attended annual sports events in the UK, with an aggregate attendance of 295,000 …

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Shutter Speed Is The Prix de Diane Worthy Favourite

Shutter Speed did not get to prove her ability in the Oaks at Epsom and has been targeted at the French equivalent at Chantilly on Sunday which is known as the Prix de Diane. The race is a Group 1 contest for three-year-old fillies over one mile and two and a half furlongs. In theory Shutter Speed is the best …

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Coronet Looks Overpriced To Win The Oaks Crown

Coronet has something to find on collateral form with other runners but is a progressive filly who can win the Oaks at Epsom today. Aidan O’Brien is looking to continue his clean sweep of the Classics in Britain and Ireland this season but the horse he trains, Rhododendron, looks too short for the Oaks. Horseplay won a maiden at Nottingham …

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Could THIS horse be the Derby winner?

The Oaks

Those of you who are regular readers of John’s column will know that he put the Aiden O’Brien trained Venice Beach as a selection for the Derby at 20/1, and the Andrew Balding trained filly Horseplay at 14/1 for the Oaks. It looks like both are heading for their respective races next weekend, which is good news. We’re hoping the going is …

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Rhododendron Can Gain Revenge In The Oaks

The Oaks

Rhododendron was one of the unluckiest 1000 Guineas runner-ups in history at Newmarket earlier this month where she was held up in running, ultimately losing all her momentum at an important point in the race. This meant she had to chase down stablemate Winter for second place in the Classic for fillies over a mile. Irish Champion Trainer Aidan O’Brien …

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Lightning Spear Has The Form To Win The Lockinge

Ribchester and Galileo Gold are closely matched on ratings and the two shortest priced horses for the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury today. Lightning Spear has something to find on form but is a viable alternative to the market leaders. The race is part of the British Champions Series in the mile division so is one of the most important contests …

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What Next For Former Champion Hurdle Winner Annie Power?

Horse Racing

2016 Champion Hurdle winner Annie Power has been out of action this season due to a leg injury which stopped her defending her crown at the Cheltenham Festival and prevented her running at the recent Punchestown Festival where she was entered in the Mares Champion Hurdle. Connections recently revealed that their mare was in foal to the 2012 Investec Derby …

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Kadrizzi Looks Weighted To Win The Victoria Cup

The Balmoral Handicap on Champions Day at Ascot last October is a key race in the context of unravelling the form for the Victoria Cup back at the same track today. However, Kadrizzi has the form and ratings to beat more fancied rivals and win the race at the ante post price of 14/1. Yuften won the Balmoral Handicap, beating …

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Theatre Guide Can Give Tizzard Another Big Race Winner

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Colin Tizzard could have won the Eurovision Song Contest and the Boat Race this year because he has won just about everything else as a race horse trainer. In Theatre Guide he has the joint top weight for the bet365 Gold Cup and the horse can give the trainer yet another big race win on the last day of the …

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

Gold Cup

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

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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

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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…

Grand National

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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