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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+

NEW: Exciting Racehorse Ownership Opportunity

In the first week of July it may seem a tad quirky to be mentioning a National Hunt syndicate, but the preparation of horses in both codes is far less seasonal than the casual onlooker might guess. So it is that I have acquired another fine beast to syndicate with fellow Geegeez readers and, if that […]

This article was written by geegeez member, Kev Lane, on the occasion of Kauto Star’s fourth Betfair Chase, and is a fitting tribute to the horse, who sadly passed away on Tuesday. The old man eased himself into his favourite armchair, scratched his head and rubbed his temples with his forefingers. He threw a small […]

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Some background… For two years now, we here at geegeez.co.uk have been working on providing the most insightful and intuitive racecards in Britain. Our Gold provision stakes a credible claim to that aspiration, and we have hundreds of evangelical users. But it has always been important to me to offer something to everyone, and not […]

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Treve Head’s For (Saint) Cloud Eight

TREVE TO HEAD THE GRAND PRIX DE SAINT-CLOUD, writes Nigel Howard It is perhaps rather fitting that the opening race of the Royal Meeting, the Queen Anne Stakes (Group 1), won by Solow, was trained by Freddie Head, a member of what is effectively French Racing’s “Royal Family”. Their involvement in racing at the highest […]

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Sunday Supplement: Hobbs Scores The Century And A Half

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford The 2015 Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, the 150th, but to be realistic the 54th since its elevation to top world status after the 1962 running was boosted by its association with the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake, was the perfect result for the latest sponsors. Much more than the simplicity of […]

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“A week in the life of a Geegeez user” by Damien Stringer  Introduction / About Me Since I put my first bet on the Grand National at the age of 10 (via my dad of course), I have had an interest in horse racing. With my grandparents living on the east coast of Yorkshire it meant […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Day 4 Preview & Tips Onto Friday, day four at Royal Ascot, and the Group 1 Coronation Stakes has a new Group 1 with which to share top billing. The inaugural Commonwealth Cup, a three-year-old sprint over six furlongs, drew widespread criticism when it was announced last year; but the proof of […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Day 3 Preview & Tips The middle of five days at Royal Ascot, Day Three/Thursday, features the historical showcase event, the Ascot Gold Cup. A Group 1, run over two and a half miles, it is supported by two Group 2’s, a Group 3, and two fierce handicaps to end the card. […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Day 2 Preview & Tips One down, four days to go at Royal Ascot 2015. Wednesday’s feature is the Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, and it is supported by four more Listed or Group races and the devilish Royal Hunt Cup handicap. 2.30 Jersey Stakes (Group 3, 7f) With the inaugural […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Best Bookie Offers Royal Ascot is an extremely competitive race meeting, not just on the track but in the betting offices and on bookie sites too. That’s great news for us punters, who can hoover up the concessions and add a nice few quid to our kitties. Below are the best Royal […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Day 1 Preview and Tips It’s the first – and in terms of quality, the best – day of Royal Ascot 2015. Tuesday sets the week ablaze with three sensational Group 1 contests, and these are supported by the best juvenile race of the season to date, a monster handicap puzzle, and […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: King’s Stand Stakes Preview & Tips The second Group 1 of the opening day, and this is for the fleet. Tardy starters, short runners, and slow coaches need not apply. The king of the King’s Stand is unquestionably Sole Power, Eddie Lynam’s eight-year-old is bidding for an unprecedented third win in the […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: Queen Anne Stakes Preview and Tips The best day’s flat racing in Britain kicks off Royal Ascot 2015. And if you think that’s a bold claim, consider that the first four races are comprised of three Group 1’s and a Group 2. Yum! As ever, the meeting gets underway with the sumptuous Queen […]

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Racing, like every other sport, has its clichés. It also has its conventional wisdom. Alas, rarely do such ‘accepted as true’ statements get put to the test, so how is the average punter on the street to know whether he’s making a good or poor investment? Simple. Look at the data! In this post, I’ll […]

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Royal Ascot 2015: St James’s Palace Stakes Preview & Tips Just the six go to post for what is traditionally a meeting of the French, Irish and English 2000 Guineas form. And all three Guineas winners are here, albeit embodied by only two horses: Make Believe was an easy winner of the French version while […]

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