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  • National Hunt Horses To Pay Their Way
    Molly Childers Trainer Stuart Edmunds is a good placer of his horses and this mare of his travelled like a good horse on chasing debut but just got done for experience by the favourite. Will Win soon
    Posted by Assassin 18 hours ago in Horse Racing
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    Course was wrong way round for Boric - lost a furlong jumping right.
    Posted by clancy 22 hours ago in Horse Racing
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    typhoon - just looked back at his previous race - he was some good thing in that off 73 - talk about hands and heels.
    Posted by clancy 25 hours ago in Horse Racing
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    talking about being pissed off with this lark you wonder sometimes why we bother having a handicapper, was watching the Nursery Handicap at Dundalk on Friday and the winner was the definition of a ste [...]
    Posted by typhoon 27 hours ago in Horse Racing
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    Sat, 20th October RB Salzburg - Wacker Innsbruck expert: 3:0 me: 4:0 res: 1:1 -1 LASK - SCR Altach expert: 2:1 me: 2:0 res: 1:1 -1 Hartberg - Rapid Vienna expert: 0:1 me: 1:2 res: 3:0 -1 Sun, 21th [...]
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  • The Price Matters
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Written by · 29 May 2015 · Category: Gambling

Let’s say you fancy a horse to win a certain race. It’s 5/1 in your local bookmakers but it’s 11/2 in the rival bookies further down the road. Will you make the extra walk? Or if you’re an online punter, the horse could be 5/1 on your usual betting site but a quick glance at [read more]

Written by · 24 October 2014 · Category: Horse Racing

Not the best of days yesterday with both selections being very disappointing. Lively Baron was well beaten in 5th and presumably must have needed the run. Jaja De Jau ran well but finished 3rd in what proved to be a competitive race. Hopefully today can be a little better. Teak runs in the 3.40 Fakenham [read more]