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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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Profit Recall’s Take On The Grand National

As the masses all steer themselves to the betting shops for their annual crack at the biggest race of the year, it is surely luck that accompanies them as they pick out their Auntie’s dogs name, or because the horse sounds like that holiday we took back in ’86! There are two camps when it comes to the National. Those …

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UKRN Early Bird Selection – Horse Racing

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A slightly different tact to my usual approach in looking at horse racing today as we look at Aintree and what is the curtain closer on the jumps season. There’s always an air of optimism at this time of the year as we marvel at the spectacle that is the Grand National and then we’re straight into the flat season. …

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UKRN Daily Power Stat For Cheltenham

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We’re onto the third day of the horse racing festival extravaganza and what a glorious two days it has been so far. With Mullins dominating the first day and Sprinter Sacre regaining his title yesterday it’s been an emotional roller coaster for trainers, jockeys, bookies and punters alike. You can’t beat it win or lose! With the likes of Vautour, …

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York Meeting Trainer Stats

The Ebor Festival is a four-day race meeting held at York, each August. The 2015 Ebor Festival is due to take place from Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd August. Each of the four days has big races: Wednesday feature race the Group 1 Juddmonte International over 1m 2f, and is considered by some the best race in the world and in 2012 was won …

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Glorious Goodwood Festival Trainer Pointers

The end of July and the beginning of August see two of the season’s great racing festivals at ‘Glorious Goodwood’ and over the Irish Sea at Galway.   The ‘Glorious’ comes off the festival name this year with the start of a ten year sponsorship of the meeting by Qatar whose sponsorship is the biggest single deal in British horse …

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Galway Festival Trainer Pointers

The Irish do like their summer racing festivals and the Galway Festival is clearly the biggest of the lot. There are 7 days of racing both on the flat and over jumps. Some intrepid punters go for the whole seven days which is some achievement given the amount of Guinness that will be drunk both during the races and after …

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Saturday Preview

After last week’s debacle on the tipping front which I can only apologise for I can only hope that today we see a turn in fortunes and that the coffers are replenished somewhat. That said although there are 2 televised races that really interest me the Gigaset International at Ascot and the Sky Bet Dash at York these are real …

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Saturday Preview

Some days racing really stand out although we have probably been spoilt over the last few weeks with the classy races on offer, however today it seems a little bit like a non-event in comparison to me although that’s not to say that there is not a bet or two to be had! If you read my posts (and I …

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July Festival – Day Three Preview

Like a child at Christmas I have been up since 3.00 this morning studying and analysing the form of today’s racing and what a day we have with big field handicaps at Newmarket, York and Ascot which are manna from heaven for me! I know you will probably think that I am really sad getting up at this ungodly hour …

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July Festival – Day Two Preview

What cracking racing we have on the second day of the Newmarket July meeting with the Quipco Falmouth Stakes heading a tremendous 7 race card. However the 2 big handicaps the Betfred Mobile at 3.45 and the Silver Bunbury Cup at 4.55 are the races that really interest me along with the intriguing and quality Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at …

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July Festival – Day One Preview

Any racing at headquarters especially on the July course on a sunny afternoon is a wonderful experience and made even better when there is a wealth of top class racing to experience as we have over the next 3 days. Starting with today’s card where a couple of group 2 races take centre stage with the first of these the …

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Saturday Preview

Unfortunately Steve has been unable to contribute this morning due to personal reasons and will be back next week. As we like to always provide you with content we thought we’d post today’s UKRN Early Bird’s selection which was sent last night. Well I open tonight’s email with another rant about what can only be described as one of the …

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Saturday Preview

A rare day off the racing for me yesterday as I went to see one of the best rock bands ever The Who in Hyde Park London. This is not the first time that I have seen them but again they were totally awesome and blew me away, they certainly know how to entertain and had the audience rocking with …

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