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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+
Sunday Supplement: Chelmsford and the Commonwealth

Sunday Supplement: Chelmsford and the Commonwealth

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford I have a new alarm clock, my principal acquisition from the January sales. The old one wasn’t reliable, it started going off up to half an hour either side of the required time. In one direction it was good – it only woke easy-to-wake me. The new one is so […]

Top Cheltenham Festival Trainers

It’s less than six weeks until the Cheltenham Festival jamboree bursts into life, and now is the time when punters traditionally begin to step up their ante-post wagering. As a consequence it is also a great time to review the overall performance of trainers at the Festival. We all know that Willie Mullins will have winners, […]

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Arkle Challenge Trophy 2015 Preview, Trends, Tips

Arkle Challenge Trophy 2015 Preview, Trends, Tips The Arkle Challenge Trophy, or Arkle for short (!), is the second race on Day One of the Cheltenham Festival, and it’s a two mile burn up for novice chasers. This year, it may also feature a perfect storm for each way punters, such is the strength of the […]

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Sunday Supplement: Highway Robbery?

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford A long-planned Newmarket trip to get a first look of the boss’s new Dick Turpin colt on the Bury Hill canter in Newmarket yesterday morning pretty much decided my whereabouts for the rest of the day. I had settled on missing Cheltenham overnight, and after what was a highly-successful morning, […]

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Double Dutch, 24th January 2015

Double Dutch, 24th January 2015 No luck yesterday as the best we could do in leg one was Itstimeforapint’s third place. We roll into Saturday and I’m tapping into some research I’ve already done for the Cheltenham TV races… Friday’s results were as follows: Line Daios: PU at 5/2 (adv 3/1) Itstimeforapint: 3rd at 9/4 (adv 9/4) —————————————— Sharjah : […]

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Stat of the Day, 24th January 2015

Stat of the Day, 24th January 2015 A non-runner on Friday, so no damage done, but no fun had either. Chris is having a rare weekend off, so it’s Matt in the chair today. I’m staying on the Surrey beaches, and specifically the… 4.20 Lingfield: They’re so hot right now. So hot. I am of […]

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Cheltenham Trials Day TV Preview

It’s the last chance for Festival contenders to get valuable course experience prior to the mid-March jamboree and, though the forecast soft ground has scared off a few, there remains depth and quality within the relatively short fields. Four races are covered on Channel 4 from the Gloucestershire venue, and below are a few thoughts that […]

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Getting Physical (and Mental) with the Hill’s

I was at the London Racing Club in Gloucester Road last night. So were the Hill’s: Lawney, National Hunt (mainly) trainer; husband, Alan, point/hunter trainer; and, son Joe, amateur rider and doubtless someday trainer. Very pleasant company they were too. Coaxed and cajoled – not that much of either was needed – by Racing UK’s […]

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Ladbrokes World Hurdle 2015 Preview

Ladbrokes World Hurdle 2015 Preview In this second of a series of ante-post previews (the first looks at the Gold Cup and can be found here), we take in the World Hurdle. One of two highlights on Day Three of the Festival, the Ladbrokes World Hurdle is the stayers’ crown and is run over a […]

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Colossus Bets Syndicates: Joining Instructions

SYNDICATE NOW OPEN TO NEW PLAYERS THIS WEEK: PICK 4 SUNDAY NIGHT, CLOSES AT 6PM (KICK OFF 8PM) Colossus Bets is a football pool where prizes of up to £10 million are on offer. Geegeez will run occasional syndicates, generally chasing more modest – though still lip-smacking – prize funds, and if you’d like to be […]

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Gold Forum Now OPEN

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Gold Forum Now OPEN

I’m pleased to report that the Geegeez Gold Forum is now open for business. It consists of four main areas, as follows: – Today’s Racing: A place to discuss the afternoon’s racing – Gold Users’ Laboratory: Share any angles or setups you’re using – Questions. And Answers: Stuck on something? Get help here – Feature […]

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Double Dutch, 16th January 2015

Double Dutch, 16th January 2015 We’re enduring a testing run on DD, and no mistaking. Chris is celebrating (wrong word) his birthday, so Matt’s in the chair. Hopefully a change of chair can bring about a change of luck. Yesterday saw a nice 5/1 winner in the first leg undone by a blowout in leg […]

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Cheltenham Ante Post Portfolio 2015 (So Far…) Report

It’s now just 55 days until the 2015 Cheltenham Festival, and I thought it might be fun to review and grade my own current portfolio for #CheltFest2015 (as the tweetie-pies like to call it)… So far, I’ve placed 15 bets which sum up to £581.17 (you’ll see why it’s that figure in due course). Some […]

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Cheltenham Gold Cup 2015 Preview, Trends, Tips

Cheltenham Gold Cup 2015 Preview, Trends, Tips It’s not much more than two months until the tapes rise on the 2015 Cheltenham Festival, and so it’s high time geegeez.co.uk kicked off its big race previews. In a curious year where the Champion Hurdle looks strangely uncompetitive, and the Champion Chase and World Hurdle have plenty more […]

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What next for Geegeez Gold?

As so many of you know, Geegeez Gold is beginning to shake up the established players when it comes to race cards, tipping and form study. We already have some of the coolest features in Britain – like Instant Expert, Pace Analysis, The Shortlist and the knowledge-packed race cards themselves. But there’s zero chance of us […]

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