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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+
Some Thursday Juvies To Note…

Some Thursday Juvies To Note…

Gold subscriber, Brett (aka vindon) shares some nuggets from Steve Taplin’s 2yo’s to follow book… Hi everyone I’ve been a gold member for nearly a month and I am quite enjoying it for the time being as there seem to be some very grounded gamblers on here rather than the usual lot on other forums. […]

It’s Friday, and there’s some good racing, and, triggered by a discussion on the Gold Forum, I thought I’d offer a few thoughts on how I use Gold reports to find my own bets. It is, of course, entirely possible that today’s interesting runners will not throw up a winner between them; but that must not detract […]

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Epsom Derby 2015 Preview, Trends, Tips First run in 1780, The Investec Derby is the pre-eminent flat race in Britain. Run over a helter-skelter piste snaking around just further than a mile and a half of Epsom’s Downs, The Derby is arguably the ultimate test of a horse. Combining stamina, speed, balance and no little […]

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Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford See what I mean. Five to ten on a Thursday night, it was 1-20 a Hung Parliament. One chime of Big Ben later, and the crushing figure of 316 Tory seats, still generally disbelieved by the experts, but actually understated by 15, presaged a day of ritual self-hanging by three […]

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In this video post, I’ll show you a couple of reasons why you might be destined to fail at betting on horses unless you change your approach; and I’ll show you two strategies that you can use for free, starting today, to redress the balance. This is an important video, and I think it will help […]

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QIPCO 2000 Guineas Preview, Trends, Tips Spring has barely sprung, and yet the first of the five British Classics, the QIPCO 2000 Guineas, is upon us. Run over the straight Rowley Mile course at Newmarket, it is a race which rarely fails to uncover a top class miler. Even the three 2000 Guineas winners since 1997 […]

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We’ve not had much luck since the opening day, with three of yesterday’s quartet beaten without excuses. Two were shorter odds than advised and the other was the same price, but it was the luckless run of Ballyboker Bridge which was most frustrating. Leading the field for most of the early go, a horlicks at […]

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Punchestown Day Three Preview

After a great first day, it was a four race washout on day two of the Punchestown Festival for the geegeez picks. Of course, when tipping at 16/1+, that’s more likely than not to happen and we did isolate a bit of value in the market, with all four selections returning shorter than the advised […]

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Punchestown Day Two Preview

After an opening day at the Punchestown Festival that could only have gone marginally better – MacNicholson advised e/w 25/1, 2nd; Felix Yonger advised 7/1 won – day two looks even trickier. There are a couple that I reckon might be worthy of a second glance, starting with… 3.40 Pack The Punch – 25/1 (1/4 1-2-3-4-5) […]

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After a taxing evening where not everything went strictly to plan with the upgrade, we now have a new and improved architecture, and some new features inside Gold. I’ll quickly skirt over the boring ‘architecture’ bit. In a nutshell, Gold has grown significantly since its humble beginnings, and we needed to take stock of the […]

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Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford I love the old joke. An English tourist is lost while on a driving holiday in Ireland. He needs to get to a little place but drives for miles until at last he sees an old fellow by the side of the road. “Can you tell me how to get […]

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Some Context I have a lot of betting systems that I track in a sort of ‘incubator’. I don’t bet any of them religiously, but I get a digest of the qualifiers each day and check various entries that catch my eye. One of my best performers – and to some degree the inspiration for […]

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It’s St George’s Day, the 1,712th anniversary of St George’s death. According to the sometimes accurate Wikipedia, St George is under pressure to retain his English patron saint status, largely because he’s considered obscure and not having direct relevance to the nation whose saint day he represents (he was born in Palestine, was a Christian soldier […]

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The Grand National a couple of weeks ago has brought into sharp focus the subject of starting prices (SP), and the potential ease with which they can be manipulated. Whilst it is not the purpose of this scribe to conjecture about the ramifications – after all, if proven there could be a criminal case to be […]

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2015 Scottish Grand National Preview, Trends and Tips The last of the Nationals is the Scottish Grand National, run at Ayr racecourse, over a distance 110 yards further than four miles. As with many of these extreme handicapping tests, the Scottish National lends itself to a spot of trends analysis, and I’ve unearthed some interesting […]

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