Search Results for: all weather

  • Oct- 2017 -
    18 October
    News
    Micro-Angles - Jockeys for Courses and Distances 1

    Micro-Angles – Jockeys for Courses and Distances

    Following on from previous articles, I have got some more micro angles and horses that have traditionally done well in the first few months of the winter jumps season. But like last week I will start by looking at two jockeys on all-weather who seem to excel at a certain track and distance. For the purpose of this research, I…

    Read More »
  • Aug- 2017 -
    29 August
    News
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, This week’s article focuses on the horse racing festival, the Ebor Festival. The “Royal Ascot of the North” usually delivers a great four days racing and this year was no exception. The meeting may have started with more rain than was expected but there were three drying days and by Saturday the racing was taking place on going…

    Read More »
  • 10 August
    Advice
    Saeed Bin Suroor 60+ Day - Micro Angles 2

    Saeed Bin Suroor 60+ Day – Micro Angles

    Some trainers are adept at getting their horses race fit on the gallops and one of those trainers is Saeed Bin Suroor. Odds SP: 10/1 & under Class Move: Same or Down 1 Days Since Last Run: 60 + Since the start of 2014, he has had – 60 winners from 156 runners Strike rate 38% Profit +129.31 A/E 1.43…

    Read More »
  • Jul- 2017 -
    21 July
    Advice
    Horse Racing Micro Angle 3

    Horse Racing Micro Angle

    We have two micro angles that you can add to your betting portfolios in today’s article. Mark Johnston’s Newmarket July Festival Angle Trainer Mark Johnston likes to have a winner or two at the meeting and since 2007 he the top trainer in terms of winners – 14 winners from 98 runners 15% +18.33 A/E 1.25 30 placed 31%. That…

    Read More »
  • 18 July
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, A bit of a bumper edition this week so I will apologise for the length.  We’ve got five eyecatchers from last weeks horse racing and right at the end a quick look at some of the key trends for Saturday’s big race the Wetherby’s Super Sprint at Newbury. Let’s begin with a look back to Saturday’s action. Did…

    Read More »
  • 13 July
    Advice
    Horse Racing Micro Angle 4

    Horse Racing Micro Angle

    We have four micro angles that you can add to your betting portfolios in today’s article. The first one focuses on trainer Andrew Balding’s runners in maiden races. Here are the criteria: Trainer: Andrew Balding Race Type: Maiden Class Move: Same Days Since Last Run: 6 to 30 days Last Time Out Placing: 2nd Since 2011 this angle has produced…

    Read More »
  • 11 July
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, Thrilling Coral Eclipse Won By A Nose! Well, what a thriller the Coral Eclipse turned out to be with the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Ulysses just getting the better of the Richard Hannon-trained Barney Roy in a head-bobbing finish. The winner was idling just before the line and I really had thought that Jockey James Doyle had galvanised Barney…

    Read More »
  • Jun- 2017 -
    28 June
    Strategies
    Whaddya Think Of This? 5

    Whaddya Think Of This?

    As you can see, there’s a sexy new look in today’s Race Advisor email. Do you like it? Let us know what you think by hitting the reply button and saying “Love It” or “Not For Me”. When you’ve done that, today I want to share something with you that’s a bit contrary. Most punters always look at the best…

    Read More »
  • 16 June
    Advice
    Pray For Me.... 7

    Pray For Me….

    I’m down in Devon this weekend and the nerves are starting to get to me because… …we’re here for a wedding! No, I’m not getting married again. And this isn’t like any other wedding, because we’re actually giving the ceremony. Yup. We’ve been truly honoured by being asked, but whenever you do something for the first time you’re always kinda nervous.…

    Read More »
  • May- 2017 -
    9 May
    Advicehorse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, O’Brien Runners Dominate Guineas Weekend Last weekend saw the first two classics of the British flat horse racing season with the latest running’s of the 1000 & 2000 Guineas as part of the Newmarket Guineas Festival. Of the 14 races at the Festival four of the winners came from trainer Aiden O’Brien’s yard. On Saturday he won the…

    Read More »
  • Apr- 2017 -
    18 April
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, Tuesday sees the start of Newmarket’s three-day Craven Meeting and on Friday Newbury gets in on the act with the two-day Greenham Meeting. There should be plenty of classic clues on show but more importantly, both meetings will offer plenty of horses for your notebooks. This is the week when the flat season really kicks into gear and…

    Read More »
  • Mar- 2017 -
    28 March
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    Morning all, As I mentioned last week I thought I would share with you an interesting micro angle to get you prepared for the start of the 2017 horse racing flat season at Doncaster this Saturday. Whilst on the subject of the start of the flat turf season I will at the end of this, shorter than normal, column take…

    Read More »
  • Feb- 2017 -
    7 February
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Good morning all, In this week’s column looking at horse racing eyecatchers, you will find the following: • My performances of the weekend; • Last week’s horses for your tracker; • A look ahead to Saturday’s big handicap the Betfair Hurdle at Newbury and a 16/1 shot that can go well for his small stable. With Monday’s news that Faugheen…

    Read More »
  • Jan- 2017 -
    17 January
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    Arthur Races into National Picture at Warwick There was some good horse racing last Saturday, with the highlight for me being the win of the Lucinda Russell-trained One For Arthur in the Betfred Classic Handicap Chase at Warwick. The race over 3m 5f is a definite test of stamina but even more so when the ground is as soft as…

    Read More »
  • 5 January
    Advice
    horse racing

    Dubai World Cup Carnival – Horse Racing

    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…

    Read More »
  • Dec- 2016 -
    13 December
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    Another weekend of high quality horse racing with Cheltenham’s two day International Meeting providing most of it. A slightly different look to this week’s column, as I will start by looking at those running at the weekend that should be noted for some big races later in the season including a 25/1 ante post selection for the Mares Hurdle at…

    Read More »
  • Nov- 2016 -
    8 November
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    Best Wishes to Freddie Tylicki In the last week, horse racing has been in the news for the wrong reasons. Firstly, jockey Freddie Tylicki was involved in a shocking looking four horse pile up at Kempton on Monday 31st October. That incident has left the jockey paralysed from the waist down which is heartbreaking for both him and his family.…

    Read More »
  • 7 November
    Advice
    Place Betting on Favourites: Does It Pay? 8

    Place Betting on Favourites: Does It Pay?

    To date, most of the statistical articles on Race Advisor have focused on making a profit from backing winning horses. Yet there is also the potential to make money from ‘place’ betting. This is, of course, the practice of backing a horse at medium to long odds with the hope that it finishes ‘in the places’. Depending on the size…

    Read More »
  • 1 November
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    When Will the Rains Come? It was the weekend when the horse racing focus changed from the flat to the National hunt winter season. There was an excellent card at Ascot and at Wetherby we had Charlie Hall Day, with that race providing Cue Card with his seasonal reappearance. This weekend’s racing was run on good ground and indeed at…

    Read More »
  • Oct- 2016 -
    18 October
    Advice
    horse racing

    Weekly Eye-catchers – Horse Racing

    Qipco Champions Day at Ascot looked on paper like the best days horse racing of the season and so it turned out to be. The meeting started with Jim Crowley being crowned Champion Jockey and Josephine Gordon being crowned Champion Apprentice. A great achievement by the former but for me, Josephine’s win in the apprentice title race was even better.…

    Read More »
Back to top button
Close