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  • Sep- 2017 -
    14 September

    Doncaster Racing TV Trends

    The ITV cameras head to Doncaster racecourse this week for the 4-day St Leger Meeting – they will be covering races on Thursday, Friday and Saturday – with races spread across both ITV and ITV4. As always, we’ve got it all covered with all the TV race trends and stats – these should help narrow down the fields and also…

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  • 13 September

    Doncaster St Leger Festival 2017 – Day 1 – Scarborough Stakes

    The 4 four-day Doncaster St Leger Meeting kicks-off this Wednesday and it’s a fixture that gathers pace as the week goes on. This is evident as the ITV Racing cameras are not even there for the opening day, but from Thursday will be showing four of the races LIVE each day with the fixture climaxing on Saturday with the St…

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  • 12 September
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, Defoe Has Leger Goal in Sight The final classic season of the season the St Leger is a just a few days away. The race is also the oldest of the Classics. The St Leger is the final leg of the Classic British ‘Triple Crown’ which hasn’t been won since the great Nijinsky in 1970. Sadly, these days…

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  • 9 September

    Eye-Catcher Big Race Preview

    32Red Sprint Cup – Haydock – Saturday 9th September I was going to do a full in-depth trends preview on the Group 1 32Red, sponsored Sprint Cup to be run at Haydock on Saturday but that hasn’t been possible now. But here is a short preview of the race. Harry Angel winner of the July Cup is a best priced…

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  • 6 September

    Eye-Catcher Micro Angles

    Al Shaqab Racing Angle The Qatar based Al Shaqab Racing is an operation clearly set up to have runners and of course winners in the best races. Today’s micro angle looks at their runners in UK Group races only. The utility of this angle is once again its real simplicity and given there will be plenty of runners for the…

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  • 5 September
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    It was certainly the case of famine rather than feast on the horse racing front last week. The action won’t live long in the memory. That said a bit of famine can give you the hunger for more top class betting action and for the rest of the month it’s going to be non-stop racing. It all starts this weekend…

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  • Aug- 2017 -
    29 August
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    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…

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  • 23 August
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, By the time you read this week’s article York’s Ebor Festival will have started and with top class horse racing action in the order of the four days. EyeCatcher Pro subscribers go into the meeting with a healthy profit gained over the last month or so which is a good sign for the week. Let’s hope the good…

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  • 22 August
    Horse Racing

    How Do Top-Weighted Horses Perform in Handicaps?

    When it comes to handicap racing, the top-weighted horse is usually deemed to be the classiest (highest OR) in the race; that is why it is forced to carry more weight than any other horse. On the one hand, handicappers in the UK are exceptionally talented and seldom get it wrong when determining how much weight a horse should carry.…

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  • 22 August

    This Time Next Year We’ll Be Millionaires

    Most of us know where this famous phrase comes from, and I’m sure that I used to give this impression to my family when I started betting nearly 30 years ago. Guess what.. they’re still waiting! I think they gave up a long time ago on having a lifestyle of fast cars and long haul holidays. I don’t mention it…

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  • 17 August

    Analyse a day’s racing in minutes

    You learn a few things running a racing website. And call me slow on the uptake, but there are two things I’ve noticed punters like more than anything else. >> Learning techniques that make them rich. >> And learning them for free! Well, we aim to please, and today I’ve got one of those for you right now. I’ve just recorded a video that shows…

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  • 11 August

    Ralph Beckett & Charles Hills – Micro Angles

    Something a little different this week, with these micro angles as I look at two trainers who do well with certain types of runners at Newmarket & Haydock respectively. Ralph Beckett – Newmarket’s July Course Trainer Ralph Beckett has an excellent win strike rate at Newmarket’s July course with his three-year-olds running in handicaps. Since 2014 he has had – 11…

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  • 10 August

    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…

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  • 9 August

    How Can You Find Success With the Van Der Wheil Method?

    Michael has written about the Van Der Wheil (VDW) method at great length in Race Advisor so instead of going over old ground, I’m going to show you how I used VDW ratings to achieve a 44% win rate with an ROI of 98%. I began with £60 in my Betfair Exchange account and used £10 level stakes just to…

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  • 8 August
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, As it’s the Shergar Cup this Saturday, there isn’t a big race preview in this weeks article, and in all truth, this weekend’s racing isn’t to my taste and I find this is the best time of the summer horse racing calendar to take a holiday. Goodwood Festival Reflections Two more Summer festivals have come and gone. Galway was…

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  • 5 August
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    Eye-Catcher Big Race Preview

    Qatar Stewards’ Cup Handicap (Heritage Handicap) (Class 2) – Saturday 5th August Plenty of big races this week but I am focusing on arguably the biggest betting race of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, the annual cavalry charge over 6f, known as the Stewards Cup. Here are six of the key trends that will allow you to shortlist some strong contenders…

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  • 3 August

    Micro Angles – Mark Johnston Goodwood Festival

    Trainer Mark Johnston likes to have a winner or two at this meeting. Since 2012 he has had 99 runners, with 15 winning and a further 23 placing in handicaps. If you had backed each of those runners you would have made a level stakes profit of 78.88pts with a win strike a respectable 15%. As ever we can improve…

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  • 2 August

    Micro Angles – Galway Festival Quick Returners

    At Galway, you will often see horses run twice during the Galway Festival, early in the week and subsequently run again. Since 2012 such runners are 22 winners from 133 runners 17% -2.29 A/E 1.22 49 placed 37%. But if we dig a little further we can improve the strike rate and profitability of such horses by adding three logical…

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  • 1 August
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    Weekly Eye-Catchers – Horse Racing

    Hi all, Enable The Best Filly John Gosden Has  Trained Enable’s win in the Saturday’ s Group 1 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes stamped her as the middle distance horse in Europe as the three-year-old beat the older horses in decisive fashion. Granted last years winner Highland Reel, who finished 4th, didn’t like the ground and the…

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  • Jul- 2017 -
    31 July

    Do Our Strategies Actually Work?

    There’s one thing that makes the Race Advisor different to every other betting website out there. Okay, there’s more than one ;), but there’s one which stands out… Our focus is to help you learn to use and adapt, betting strategies and techniques so they work for you, with your risk levels, your bankrolls and the time you have available.…

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