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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+
Quick Monday Round Up

Quick Monday Round Up

Well, that was a rather spectacular Saturday for geegeez readers. The survey results said readers wanted Saturday previews, and I took that on board, starting the Saturday before last with the final day of Newmarket’s July meeting. That post highlighted three winners, including 12/1 Heaven’s Guest, and the Saturday scorchers were to continue this weekend […]

Saturday Big Race Preview: 19th July 2014

It’s a big day of racing on both sides of the Emerald Sea, with the Irish Oaks at the Curragh providing a supper time dose of Group 1 quality. Before that, we’ve the Weatherbys Super Sprint from Newbury, and the Summer Hurdle and Plate at Market Rasen. We start at Market Rasen, and the… 2.55 […]

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New Gold Features: Open to all, Limited Time

It was my ‘bad’, as the kids say. I wrote the specification for Phase 7 of the Gold project, the latest upgrade of racecard features and reports. But I forgot to specify which levels of access should apply, and to whom. In other words, I neglected to tell my techie chap to protect some of […]

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Job Vacancy: £40,000+ tax-free (Start in two weeks?)

Very occasionally I come across an opportunity in the sports betting world that is a genuine chance for a few people to make a serious annual income. These opportunities almost always have one thing in common: they’re not form-based. That is, how much you can make does not depend on how much midnight oil you […]

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Looking Back, and Looking Forward…

So, that was the World Cup then. After a brilliant month of football, the tournament closed out with a hard fought contest between two of the iconic footballing nations. In today’s post, there’s news on my World Cup bets – good, bad and ugly – plus I’ll announce the winner of our World Cup competition; and there’s […]

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World Cup Final: Free Money…

It’s the World Cup Final tonight between Germany and Argentina, and those bookie types are going all out for your custom once more. That means a bunch more free money opportunities for players prepared to open a new account. These are the best I’ve found… 90 minutes betting Back Germany at 11/2 or Argentina at […]

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Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 3 Preview, Tips

Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 3 Preview, Tips Day two was a washout in more ways than one, but we’re made of sterner stuff here and, though it promises to be as tricky on Saturday, every race has a winner and our job is to track them down… The prognosis is for soft ground, and […]

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Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 2 Preview, Tips

Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 2 Preview, Tips It was a tricky start to the meeting as the rain got into the ground and a swathe of non-runners ensued. Thursday’s selections were not helped by a shocker of a ride on Pether’s Moon denying us a likely good priced winner, but Table Rock 4/1 (advised […]

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Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 1 Preview, Trends, Tips

Newmarket July Meeting 2014: Day 1 Preview, Trends, Tips It’s the opening day of Newmarket’s July Festival and, although HQ may have been usurped by those upstarts over at Ascot in recent years, they still know how to throw a summer party. Day one of three on the July course features seven races, the highlight […]

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Value Value VALUE

In the good old days, punters used to talk about ‘the three D’s’. These were discipline, discipline and discipline. Many of you – like me – will relate to that readily enough, as selectivity is generally the key to success in betting. But in the modern day betting supermarket, where the exact same product (i.e. […]

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Geegeez Survey 2014: The Results

The votes have been counted, and the results are in. Geegeez asked you for your thoughts, and you responded in your hundreds. The first thing to say then is a very big THANK YOU I know that this crazy thing called t’internet is an ever more cluttered place, with more calls for your time than […]

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Saturday Racing Preview

It’s a packed Saturday of racing, with the showpiece unquestionably the Coral Eclipse at Sandown. There are seven live races on Channel 4, and this post offers a few thoughts on them (some more than others!) The going is an imponderable at both Sandown and Haydock, where forecast rain would ease the ground from its […]

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Superb Sport, Great Betting Opportunities

It’s already been a magnificent summer of sport, dear reader, but things are about to ratchet up a notch this weekend. Having drawled our way through the Derby Festival and Royal Ascot; the most incredible group stage of a World Cup ever (and the ’round of 16′ aka the last 16, which was less spectacular […]

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260.57 Reasons To Love Geegeez.co.uk

We’re not generally in the business of back-slapping here at geegeez. But just occasionally I think it’s worth reminding newer subscribers, and those who may simply not be aware, of some of the daily goodness to be found in these virtual pages. Unlike the Racing Post, where every winner is trumpeted from the rooftops, and […]

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Hanging out with Sir Michael Stoute…

A magnificent morning in Newmarket was an ideal setting for a surprisingly chirpy and forthcoming Sir Michael Stoute, assuming centre stage at a media day held ahead of the July Festival next week. HQ’s senior trainer looked in rude health – something he’s not been able to take for granted in recent years – as he gave generously […]

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