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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+
Double Dutch, 31st October 2014

Double Dutch, 31st October 2014

Double Dutch, 31st October 2014 A non-runner and an odds on winner was hardly what we were after, meaning a win single that reduced losses to 1.2 points. For Friday, I’m going Stateside for a change, and a couple of races which I’ve been through in some detail. They’re a bit of fun more than […]

Stat of the Day, 31st October 2014

Stat of the Day, 31st October 2014 No dice on Thursday as Speed Check ran well in third, but not well enough, despite being well backed from 3/1 to 9/4 favourite on track. We move on to Friday evening and a fascinating Listed event, the… 7.10 Dundalk: A full field of sixteen means fifteen horses […]

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Double Dutch, 30th October 2014

Double Dutch, 30th October 2014 A winning double, with prices available only after I’d retired for the evening (seven hour time lag means 10am UK is 3am here, hence I will not be staying up to post available odds!) But I can check the available odds via oddschecker, and I will quote the BOG odds […]

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Stat of the Day, 30th October 2014

Stat of the Day, 30th October 2014 Steel Rain actually ran a lot better than his finishing position suggested on Wednesday. Despite being sent off 25/1, and finishing no better than tenth of 16, he was only beaten three lengths. He’ll likely get dropped another couple of pounds for this, and his return to the […]

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13 Eye-Opening Breeders’ Cup Stats

Click the link below to be a part of the Breeders’ Cup 2014 Special Edition and start your Breeders Cup preparations today. The Breeders’ Cup, America’s two day festival of flat racing, gets underway this Friday, and geegeez.co.uk will be there to bring you all the news. Ahead of that, for those who like a bet […]

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Double Dutch, 29th October 2014

Double Dutch, 29th October 2014 After yesterday’s cockup on the communications front, it’s a ‘no prices available’ yet offering for Wednesday, due to the fact I’ll be airborne/bedbound when the prices are available. I’ll try to check in before bed tonight (about 5am GMT), but no promises. Monday’s results were as follows: Ythan Waters: won […]

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Stat of the Day, 29th October 2014

Stat of the Day, 29th October 2014 Chris is off on hols for a fortnight now, and I’m in the departures lounge about to fly to Breederscupsville, so it’s an early posting with no prices available. Talking of departures, Wednesday’s pick is a real ‘off road’ type, and it may not suit everyone. Mister W signed […]

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Double Dutch, 28th October 2014

Double Dutch, 28th October 2014 You wait ages for a winning DD and then two come along at once. Alas, there will be no three – not today at least – due to a communications breakdown, I’m afraid. Chris is off on holiday from today, and I’m flying any minute as well. And… we both […]

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Irish Point Notes, Week 3

Week ending 19 October 2014: Action from Lougbrickland, Co. Down  by Seattle Dancer This meeting seems to have suffered intermittently from adverse weather conditions in the past and since 2008 (7 years) there have only been two previous renewals of this autumn fixture with blank years from 2011-2013 entirely. 4yo maiden: When last run in […]

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Breeders’ Cup 2014 Special Edition

Welcome to the 2014 Geegeez Breeders’ Cup Special Edition! Below you’ll find a link to download the Breeders Cup Special Edition. That report has trends, pace profiles, form guides and selections for all 13 main Breeders’ Cup races (four on Friday, nine on Saturday). LAST UPDATED: THURSDAY 30TH OCTOBER, 9:10 PM – FULL REPORT NOW […]

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Round up, and an apology…

Well, what a week it’s been… I don’t feel like my feet have touched the floor since about this time last week, and in today’s post I’ll outline what’s been going on, what’s coming up next, and offer an apology. Let’s start with the ‘sorry’. Over the last couple of years, geegeez.co.uk has grown from […]

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Exactology: The Science of the Lucrative 1-2

In this latest instalment of the Oc-Tote-ber series, let’s take a look at the exacta, a bet which requires the player to nominate the first and second placed horses in the correct order. The exacta is a pool bet, which means the dividend is declared by dividing the total number of winning tickets by the […]

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Irish Point Notes: Week 2

Written by Seattle Dancer Week ending 12 October 2014: Action from Loughrea and Tinahely One of the few older horses to catch my eye last season was triggered by the arresting comment of his unheralded trainer that he had a very bright future and was a possible future winner of the Foxhunters. Aintree is not […]

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Double Dutch, 20th October 2014

Double Dutch, 20th October 2014 No birthday Double Dutch on Saturday, alas. In The Rough and Vivaldi Collonges had it between themselves a long way out, the former eventually grinding out the win, with 26 lengths back to the third. Unfortunately, in leg 2, we were scrambling from the furlong pole as, although Sruthan had […]

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Sunday Supplement: A Noble Mission

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford Many years ago, I was taught a serious lesson. The two senior writers at the old Greyhound Express left to start a magazine. I was asked to come back from a summer “grass” job at the Evening Standard to be – aged 23 – the Chief Reporter. They might as […]

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