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Horse racing enthusiast, owner and writer; betting systems developer, tester and champion; fan of AFC Bournemouth football club; and occasional internet marketer. Google+
Brightwells Cheltenham Sale Notes

Brightwells Cheltenham Sale Notes

Update on sales from Brightwells (previous nominations), by Seattle Dancer I think many of my predictions in terms of the recent Brightwells Sale were borne out and you needed a good recent performance on winter ground aided by a popular sire to hit paydirt. Jack Steel: sold reasonably well for £33,000 considering no-one wanted the […]

Irish Point Notes, Week 7

Irish Point Notes, by Seattle Dancer Week 7: Affane and Corbeagh House  Corbeagh House, Co. Longford  The Hunt responsible for this fixture has been plagued with bad weather in recent years with only one previous autumn meet to their credit in 2010. Corbeagh House represents a new venue and a very poor entry of just […]

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Paddock Inspection: The Curious Case of Quae Supra

The Curious Case of Quae Supra By Hugh Fowler, paddock expert Foreword By way of introduction my name is Hugh Fowler. Nearly 2 years ago I decided to try and develop my enthusiasm for studying 2yo maiden race runners into a way of making a retirement income whilst also indulging my passion for going racing. I was […]

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A Saturday Trixie (plus free bets)

It’s Saturday, there’s some excellent racing, and so it would be rude in the extreme not to have a little piece of the action. In this post, I’ve found three that show up well on various Gold reports and/or tools, and I’m going to hurl them in a trixie bet (three doubles and a treble). […]

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Why Contrast is King When Seeking Good Bets

What makes a good bet? Obviously, after the event, any winner is ostensibly a good bet, but many winners are still more ‘lucky’ than ‘good’. In this post, I want to share an approach to finding good bets which has served me very well down the years, and which has been built right into the […]

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Irish Point Notes, Week 6

Irish Point Notes, by Seattle Dancer Week 6  Maralin, Co. Down  4yo maiden: Our old friends in Dunraven Stud (home of Brian Boru) are also standing another Coolmore National Hunt cast-off stallion in Bach here since 2011 and he sired the winner of this maiden in Baby Bach trained by Stuart Crawford. It’s hard to […]

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Paddy Power Gold Cup Preview, Trends, Tips

Paddy Power Gold Cup Preview, Trends, Tips The first big race of the National Hunt season proper is the Paddy Power Gold Cup – the Mackeson as it used to be known. Run at Cheltenham over two and a half miles (and about another 100 metres) of the Old Course, which is currently riding soft. […]

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The Importance of Course Form at Cheltenham’s Open Meeting

Racing fans have three days of excellent sport to look forward to at the home of jump racing, starting this afternoon at 1.15. Finding winners is sure to be challenging, so I set my mind – and the excellent horseracebase database query tool – to the job of assisting me in the task. Specifically I […]

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Clonmel Oil Chase Preview

The jumps season ratchets up several notches as we head into the weekend. From tomorrow, it’s three days of Cheltenham action for their Open meeting; and as an introduction to that, we’ve an excellent races at Clonmel this afternoon, the Clonmel Oil Chase. 2.25 Clonmel Oil Chase (Grade 2) 2m4f Seven face the starter for this […]

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Stat of the Day, 11th November 2014

Stat of the Day, 11th November 2014 I know how this will sound, and fair enough, but I really was torn between two 16/1 shots yesterday. In the end, I sided with the heavy ground form of Alpha Victor, who could only manage fourth up at Carlisle. You’ve probably already guessed that the other on […]

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An eye-catching headline today, because I suspect if you’re not a Gold subscriber you might not be getting all you can from geegeez. And I don’t mean all you can get if you subscribe: you’ve probably seen some of the posts about the cool time-saving, big-priced-winner-getting stuff inside of Gold. But geegeez has always been […]

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Irish Point Notes, Week 5

2 November 2014 – Grennan, Co. Kilkenny Compiled by Seattle Dancer I attended this fixture held in a natural amphitheatre by the banks of the river Nore with the ruins of Grennan Castle looking on forlornly. I always like to walk the track at any meeting I attend and this track has fairly sharp bends […]

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Live Now: Very Cool Gold Report Filters

The roll out of Phase 8 of the Gold content continues, albeit a bit slower than planned. Phase 8a included Peter May’s very popular speed ratings, extra filters in Full Form Filters, a Race of the Day and Feature of the Day for non-Gold subscribers, and some small tweaks to Instant Expert. And now in Phase 8b, […]

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SotD Reminder: Monday on main blog

Just a quick reminder that on Mondays Stat of the Day is hosted on the main part of the blog, which can be accessed here: http://www.geegeez.co.uk This is true for every Monday. Have a profitable day! Matt

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Double Dutch, 10th November 2014

Double Dutch, 10th November 2014 We took the brave man’s route on Saturday, and were handsomely rewarded. Not only did the double cop, but it was the longer priced selection in both races and, glazing the gateau, both skidded in the market like greased up speed skaters! The bottom line was a very healthy 44.5/1 […]

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