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A Few Pointers for Ascot

A Few Pointers for Ascot

Royal Ascot will be with us this week. The 5 day Festival sees the Queen trade in her Reliant Robin for Horse Drawn Carriages so she can do a bit of Royal punting. Here are a few pointers you might like to consider this Royal Ascot. Stall 15 sees no win in 15 when a […]

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A bumper week of sport.

Last week’s eletter was written by Andrew David, the Betting Doctor, and from the emails received , a lot of you were intrigued by Andrew’s article. If you have any questions or seek clarification on any of the points in Andrew’s article, please feel free to email me and I will pass on your queries […]

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Well done the Premier League!!

I couldn’t not mention the Champions League Semi-Finals this week. Magnificent performances from the Premier League sides. I must blow my own trumpet. At www.delayreacttrade.com I did sniff out some value in laying Barcelona to qualify at odds of 1.06. Low risk/High returns is just what the doctor ordered. It looked unlikely to oblige but the […]

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The Flat Classics begin.

The 2000 Guineas at Newmarket kicks off on Saturday and the 1000 Guineas on Sunday. In races of this importance. Let’s take a look at the strongest trends for each of these races in what is a sumptuous weekend of racing ( with high class flat racing at Goodwood, and top grade racing at Punchestown). […]

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May and the 2 year-olds

May and the 2 year-olds

May is the definitive Turf Flat season start . I wanted to look at the performance of 2 -year old favourites in this month specifically, over the last 10 years. I think there will be a huge number of 2-year old débutantes in May. Horses often described as ‘green’ may be vulnerable. Well, over the […]

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It’s the big one!

It’s Grand National weekend. You know, that simple-to-solve 4 mile + 40 runner handicap chase. I wrote about it last week so do follow the trends there. What about Grand National Favourites? Tiger Roll is the current favourite, a course and distance winner I.e. a previous National winner. Very short odds at 4/1. Tiger Roll […]

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It’s the big one!

It’s Grand National weekend. You know, that simple-to-solve 4 mile + 40 runner handicap chase. I wrote about it last week so do follow the trends there. What about Grand National Favourites? Tiger Roll is the current favourite, a course and distance winner I.e. a previous National winner. Very short odds at 4/1. Tiger Roll […]

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The Grand National Meeting Favourites – how do they measure up?

We’re coming to the end of March. The next major horse racing meeting will be Aintree’s Grand National Meeting. I thought I’d take a statistical trek through this April Aintree meeting, with a specific focus on favourites. Over the last 10 years, in all races at Aintree in April, layers of favourites produced a 26 […]

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A Preview of Cheltenham

Andrew David here giving you a pre Cheltenham festival preview while Clive is chasing dingo’s around Ayers rock with his gold prospecting dish in one hand and a copy of the Racing Post Cheltenham special in the other! Now that’s what you call life in the fast lane! So its left to me to see […]

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