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The Long Bad Thursday

Not to be mixed up with the Long Good Friday starring the late Bob Hoskins who I am beginning to resemble. This week has mostly been spent dreading my annual visit to Thai immigration to get my visa.  The last time I went, it took 13 hours. Yesterday’s Long Bad Thursday was not quite as […]

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Welcome to 2021.

I hope you had an excellent Christmas and New Year celebrations. With lockdown biting in the UK, will horse racing and other sports continue to be played? It looks as if tennis will be continuing as normal with a series of tournaments preluding the Australian Open on 8th February 2021. If these tournaments are set […]

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It’s Christmas………………( nearly)

2 weeks to go til Christmas Day. We have a bumper set of race meetings over the Christmas Period. I will be looking at the Boxing Day race meetings, at Wetherby, Wincanton, Kempton and Wolverhampton. The 27th December is highlighted by the Welsh Grand National meeting at Chepstow and a continuation of Kempton’s meeting. The […]

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The end of a football era…

It was a week which shook the footballing world. News that………..I won’t be able to play Sunday League Football for a while because of an ACL injury. I am writing this while waiting in line for news on whether my ACL and meniscus tears can be repaired. If not, I will have to contemplate the […]

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Thanks to Andrew…

Thanks to Andrew for his eletter last week. I am now out of the 14 day enforced quarantine and back at home, with an assortment of thai craft beers chilling in the fridge, and the wife trying to turn me into a sumo wrestler by over-feeding me. Should I need an extra income, I could […]

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My thanks to Andrew!

Thanks very much to Andrew David, as ever, for his football insights in last week’s eletter. Andrew was instrumental back in the day, when I had no grey hairs and did not look like an apprentice sumo wrestler, in the evolution of www.delayreacttrade.com, my football trading service. I did manage to meet Andrew too in […]

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The Long Road Home…

I have managed to get to Bangkok, just before Boris locked down. Phew! I was stuck in lockdown in March so was delighted to have dodged it on this occasion. I am in quarantine at the moment for 14 days in a hotel. There is plenty to keep me occupied. What Really Wins Money newsletter […]

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The long road to Siam…

The long road to Siam…

I am beginning my long road back to Thailand and ‘er indoors. I only came to this part of the world to celebrate my 50th birthday and have been here ever since! It’s now getting a bit too chilly so this repatriation flight has come at the right time! I would like to look today […]

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A new type of race card

A new type of race card

My publishers have organised a risk-free 30 day trial of a new type of race card, the GeeGeez Gold race card. It is a comprehensive race card with a great visual representation of a horse’s form by going, class, course, distance, and field. Green for good Orange for Ok Pink for not so good.   […]

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Off to the Jumps in Ireland.

With Irish Racing an almost daily occurrence , I thought I would look at the stats for favourites over the Jumps in Ireland , over different criteria. I will list the most eyecatching stats over the last 5 years. Laying favourites in Ireland over the Jumps turned a 76 point profit to level stakes. 3 […]

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More quality at Newmarket

Today and through the weekend, the Newmarket race meeting is high quality. Listed races, Group 2 races, Group 3 races today. Tomorrow sees the Cheveley Park Stakes and Middle Park Stakes. I approach these quality races by looking at the past as a cue to the future. www.thestatsdontlie.com is the website I use. https://www.thestatsdontlie.com/horse-racing/flat/cheveley-park-stakes/ and […]

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Grand Slam tennis is days away.

Grand Slam tennis is days away. Here’s an article I wrote ( found at www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk) on how to approach Grand Slam tennis. I share with you some key pieces of information that you can apply this US Open Here are the four key elements I would like you to focus on if tennis trading/betting intrigues […]

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New Balls Please

York Ebor meeting continues today and tomorrow and it’s a good opportunity for you to use websites like thestatsdontlie.com to shortlist selections based on past race trends. I showed you how to do that in past eletters , and to some success in the featured races. New Balls Please. No, my wife hasn’t found my […]

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