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  • Jul- 2019 -
    29 July
    AdviceGlorious Goodwood

    5 Insanely Important Stats At Glorious Goodwood To Use This Week

    Horse racing festivals are notoriously difficult to analyse. It’s not really surprising, given that they have some of the best runners from around the world competing for some of the biggest prize money available. And Glorious Goodwood this week is no different! Members of the Race Advisor Pro Members Club community get access to every single stat and trend that…

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  • 16 July
    Race Previews

    The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2019

    The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2019 prestigious event is still a week away. That doesn’t mean, however, that now is not a good time for a bit of a preview. So read on for a few words on the upcoming event, with consideration of last year’s race, and broader trends taken into account. Waxing Poetic Poet’s Word,…

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  • 10 July
    AdviceHorse Racing Bankroll

    4 Steps To The Perfect Horse Racing Bankroll

    Your bankroll is going to be one of the most important parts of your horse racing betting. If you have a bankroll that’s too small, you’re going to lose it during a bad streak and not have enough left to bet to see you through that bad streak and back out the other side. If you have a bankroll that’s…

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  • 3 July
    StrategiesHorse Race Simple Race Card

    Simplifying Horse Racing: The Ultimate Guide

    Horse racing is a complicated sport. It’s a sport that contains a lot of numbers. Heck, I’m not sure even math challenges have as many numbers as horse racing. In this guide I’m going to simplify horse racing and winning. I’m going to break it down into its core components so you have everything you need to begin your journey…

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  • Jun- 2019 -
    29 June
    Strategies

    5 Steps To Master Form Reading In Horse Racing (2019)

    Reading horse racing form can be TOUGH. In high class races it’s even harder because there are so many good runners, and the fields are so big that it can be difficult to know where to start. But you can read form even if you’ve never done it before, and rapidly reduce the number of runners with potential to laser-focus…

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  • 25 June
    Race Horse Ownership

    Inside The Rails

    How many times do we see stories in the racing press relating to high profile horses missing a big race target due to a minor injury or niggle, and how often do we read about horses that will miss the rest of the season through injury? I am sure you will realise that this happens all the time, and these…

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  • 24 June
    Race Previews

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    Royal Ascot is over for another year. A strange meeting, a bit like this year’s Cheltenham Festival, it was a slow burner. The first two days took place under grey skies and torrential rain. There were no highlights off the track, and in all honesty, there weren’t many of them on the track either. Blue Points to Win On Tuesday…

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  • 21 June
    Advice

    Rough Magic

    One of the beauties of being able to read books about the “sport of kings” is that we constantly learn new things! At the end of every month, I treat myself to a special half to sit down with a cup of tea and peruse Amazon’s book section. I can see why it’s called Amazon, thinking about it… “The Amazon is the…

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  • 17 June
    Race Previews

    Royal Ascot Special

    Just one day to the start of Royal Ascot and, what I believe, is the best five days of horse racing anywhere in the world. Nearly 300,000 people will visit Royal Ascot over the next five days, including of course Her Majesty the Queen and various members of the Royal Family. Each day of Royal Ascot begins with the Royal…

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  • 14 June
    Advice

    Intelligent Betting: A Fundamental Guide To Betting On Horse Racing

    “ Would you like to improve your betting? When it comes to betting on horse racing, most people don’t approach it with any kind of structure or realistic plan – and therefore the results they achieve from their betting are less than desirable.  This book aims to fix that by quickly getting you up to speed with all the fundamentals required…

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  • 12 June
    Advice

    The 4 Steps To Finding Winners Nobody Wants To Tell You

    Wouldn’t it be great if all we needed to be profitable was a single rating, we always bet the top selected and counted our money. Over a decade ago, that was what I thought would happen. Which is why I completely understand when people ask me which of our ratings will make them a flat stake profit by betting the…

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  • 10 June
    Advice

    Liberty Set for Royal Ascot

    Just seven days ago we were looking back at a weekend of Classic action. High class racing that took place under blue skies and warm sunshine. What a difference a week can make… Granted there was no lack of racing around the country. But it wasn’t the strongest summer Saturday in terms of quality. Even worse, the weather was more…

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  • 8 June
    Advice

    Bookie’s Runner to Bookie Basher

    Thanks everybody for your interest, I have now, hopefully, come-up with the goods. My aim is maximum profits from minimum selections The basic system is a Trainer based Win & PLACE, and is as follows: Trainers with a minimum of 25% win, and or 50% placed runners, over the current season or longer. Minimum SP for the moment is 7/1,…

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  • 3 June
    Advice

    John Burke Monday EyeCatcher

    In this week’s article I look back at the Derby & Oaks, and some interesting stats for those punting at Brighton. We’ve had four of the five English Classics already run, and the flat season is just two months old! Frankie’s Famous Five My decision to look at bigger priced horses in the Oaks meant I didn’t back Anapurna who…

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  • May- 2019 -
    27 May
    Advice

    Epsom Derby & Oaks Previews

    Hard to believe, but by the beginning of June four of the five English Classics will have been run and this time next week I will be looking back at the Epsom Derby & Oaks. Today I will be concentrating on previewing both next week’s Classics. I have to say both races have an open look about them. Let’s begin…

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  • 25 May
    Advice

    Inside the Rails – A Week In The Life of A Racing Manager

    Ever wondered what goes into the preparation for a day at the races? One of the BG Racing horses, The Way You Dance, ran at Goodwood on the 4th May and I thought it might be interesting to outline what takes place in advance of a group of owners enjoying their day at the races! I run BG Racing and…

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  • 22 May
    Strategies

    Finding Winners In Fast Sprints

    It’s no uncommon for us to think that finding winners is hard. But the truth is… …it doesn’t have to be! Generally winning approaches have far fewer elements to them than most would believe! Take Mick, one of our members and great forum advocates, his winning approaches he’s generously sharing with other members in the forum, are made up of…

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  • 20 May
    Advice

    Derby Picture Gets Clearer or Does It?

    It’s Monday again and my weekly look back at the best of last week’s action. On Saturday it was Lockinge Day at Newbury, and whilst there was some high-class racing at the Berkshire track, the rest of weekend’s racing was only moderate. That being the case, I thought it was a good time to look back at last week’s York…

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  • 17 May
    News

    Frankel

    ‘When Henry Cecil sent out just 12 winners in 2005, it seemed as if the 10-time champion racehorse trainer’s career was in terminal decline. The masterly touch that he’d shown through the glory-days of the two previous decades, appeared to have deserted him after a series of painful professional and personal blows, including the death of his twin brother David.…

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  • 13 May
    Advice

    Lingfield Hosts Derby & Oaks Trials

    It’s Monday again and my weekly look back at the best of last weekend’s action. On Saturday it was Derby & Oaks Trials Day at Lingfield. The track is like Epsom, although overall, it’s a much sharper track. However, the conventional wisdom of most racing pundits is if a horse handles Lingfield it should be able to handle Epsom. Well…

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