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  • Sep- 2017 -
    12 September

    £10 off your fast-track to St Leger winners

    With so many great horses, the St Leger Festival is often a tricky one to predict. But someone has to win big – and this year that’s going to be you. And, even better, you get to do it for just a few quid this time. That’s because, for today only, we have a sensational offer for you. A mega discount to the incredible advice of…

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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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  • 11 September

    Madonna sold me doughnuts!

    Everybody who ever found great success started at the bottom of the pile. * Madonna once sold Dunkin’ Donuts. * Hugh Jackman was a party clown. * Kanye West sold jumpers as a sales assistant at Gap. * Victoria Beckham played a sperm on rollerskates in a BBC sex education film. I know it sounds like I’ve made that last one out – I promise I haven’t! What…

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  • 9 September

    This is a life-changing post

    I’m serious – it is! The more you know about betting, the better you are at it. The better you are at it, the more money you make. And the more money you make, the more choice you have in life. Like shall we holiday in Australia or the Caribbean this year! Today, we’re going to learn about something SO often overlooked. The racecourse. There are loads of them, all over the UK,…

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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

    The deadliest meal at McDonald’s is…

    I’m a real child of McDonald’s. I was born six years after the first one opened in the UK. And I grew up in the 90s when their numbers hit 1,000 restaurants. Basically, I’ve been to Maccy D’s a fair few times! So I was interested to read on Lifehacker what the highest-calorie meals are. No surprise, the Big Mac is in there, weighing in at 540…

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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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  • 4 September

    It’s all about to go ALPHA!

    Something amazing is happening tomorrow. That’s when I’m going to fill you in on a remarkable trick the bookies have been pulling for years. “So what?” you might say. After all, pulling tricks is all those weasels ever do. Well, this is one we can profit from. And not just small change. With this new technique, you can be reeling in 30-1, 28-1 and 25-1…

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  • 2 September

    Can you keep a secret?

    How are you at keeping secrets? Some people are great – some less so! I’ve got friends who you can tell a secret and it goes round the world faster than if you emailed it! Other people genuinely never say a word. Well, confession time. I’ve got a secret today. We are about to launch a fantastic new product in three days time.…

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  • 1 September

    Britain’s most hated pub

    There’s a pub near where I was the other day that recently became known as the most hated boozer in Britain. Why might you ask? Because it was charging £13.40 for a pint of beer. Whaaaaat? I mean, I’ve had a few pricey pints in my time, but nothing like that. And where was the pub? All together now… London! Back in reality, the average…

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  • Aug- 2017 -
    31 August

    The most stress-free betting I’ve ever done!

    “Hi guys, Been using your profit recall service for almost 2 weeks, I can honestly say your software is bang on I have made over 30 points using a dutching system on the backs, perhaps the most stress-free betting I have ever done, long may it continue, many thanks. I would have made more if I did not cash out…

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  • 31 August

    Sandown Micro Angles

    Firstly, here is a trainer whose handicap runners at Sandown are worth noting. Trainer: Roger Charlton Race Type: Handicaps Horse Age: 3-year-old’s only Race Distance: 1m to 1m 2f Since 2014 the trainer has had, with such runners – 9 winners from 19 runners Strike Rate 47% SP Profit +19.74 11 places Place Strike Rate 58% A/E 1.65 (profit to…

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  • 30 August

    You think you’ve got problems!

    I went to see Dunkirk at the cinema last night, and what an incredible film. It’s films like that which really get me thinking, and that’s the point of them. They help to put things into perspective. Captain William Tennant managed to organise the evacuation of 338,226 men over a ten day period. And it couldn’t have been done without…

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  • 30 August

    Sir Michael Stoute Micro Angle

    Another micro angle that is worth adding to your portfolio’s this time from veteran Newmarket trainer Sir Michael Stoute and his three-year-old runners. Here are the rules and results: Trainer: Sir Michael Stoute Race Type: All Horses Age: 3-year-old’s only Race Distance: 1m 2f to 1m 4 ½ f Headgear: None Odds SP: 16/1 & under Distance Move: same or…

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  • 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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  • 28 August

    Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore

    Imagine the confusion that Dorothy must have felt when she first appeared in the land of Oz. I mean it must have been terrifying. Nothing was familiar, nothing worked out as she planned it, and there were scarecrows, tin men and lions who spoke! If you’ve been betting on horses for anytime, then you’ll have experienced that same feeling. You’re…

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  • 26 August

    Ebor Handicap Trends

    For some reason as a child, the Ebor was my favourite race. Maybe it was because the great Sea Pigeon won the race in 1979. I don’t know? It’s a race I have had a bit of luck in recently too with three winners since 2011. Let’s hope that can continue in this year’s renewal. Since 2009 there have been…

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  • 23 August

    Survival of the fittest

    Darwin came up with the theory of Survival Of The Fittest as a way of describing the natural selection process, but it was Herbert Spencer who coined the phrase. In horse racing, the horse’s considered ‘fittest’ are usually the ones carrying the most weight. Also known as the top weighted horse in the race. A horse’s allocated weight is based…

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  • 23 August

    Eyecatcher York Micro Angles

    Here are a couple of simple micro angles that will be worth noting at York this week. The first of which focuses on Dubawi and the recent record of his progeny at York. Using results at all meetings at York, not just the Ebor meeting, since the start of 2016, we can see that sire Dubawi’s progeny have an excellent…

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