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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+
Handicap Plots, and Blots: Trainers (and Horses) To Note

Handicap Plots, and Blots: Trainers (and Horses) To Note

Backing winners is about more than just horse form. As runners get more experience, and become more exposed, so they become more quantifiable in their own right. But for the first part of a horse’s career the modus operandi of its trainer is often a more effective barometer of win probability than what a particular […]

Feature of the Day: Tuesday – The Shortlist Report

Tuesday’s Feature of the Day is the brilliant The Shortlist report. Responsible for both a 50/1 winning single, and a 40/1 treble in the fortnight prior to writing this explanatory post, The Shortlist is a simple traffic light profiler highlighting those horses whose historical form fits best against today’s race conditions. By ignoring recent form […]

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Making The Most of the Mullins Machine

I have held a bit of a pet theory about the Willie Mullins team for some time now and, when Shaneshill was turned over at odds on, I decided to apply some more objective focus on the matter. Firstly, looking at Willie’s monthly record with his Graded runners 2011 to 2014, December is the low […]

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Paddock Inspection: Chicago Bere

Chicago Bere By Hugh Fowler, paddock expert Chicago Bere – the anatomy of a disappointment This is another in a series I hope to write about Two Year Olds, their confirmation and the effect it has on their ability to run efficiently. I first saw Chicago Bere at Sandown on 17th September 2014 in an […]

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Feature of the Day: Thursday – Instant Expert

Thursday’s Feature of the Day is the innovative form profiling tool, Instant Expert. Featured in the race day programme on British Champions Day 2014, Instant Expert is a way of seeing at a glance which horses in a race are suited by conditions. It can be sorted by wins or places, and all columns are […]

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Irish Point Notes, Week 9

Irish Point Notes, Week 9, by Seattle Dancer Week ending 30 November 2014 (four fixtures)  Rockfield, Co. Roscommon  4yo maiden: The noticeable trend from this particular race, albeit that there have been three abandonments since 2008, is the fact that almost all winners remained with their handlers and went on to score under Rules. The […]

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Feature of the Day: Wednesday – Trainer Statistics Report

Wednesday’s Feature of the Day is the powerful Trainer Statistics report. Broken down into four sub-reports covering 14 Day form 30 Day form Course 365 Day form Course 2009+ form Furthermore, the report can be filtered to your preferences in seconds. The video below explains how to use the Trainer Statistics report. This report is […]

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Tuesday Punting Pointers

Seeing as The Shortlist, geegeez.co.uk’s Feature of the Day on Tuesdays for registered site users, consists of just one horse, I thought I’d isolate a few pointers from the various reports, tabs, and race card inline items. These are not tips as such, but may help to further understanding on how the races might play […]

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Feature of the Day: Saturday – Trainer Jockey Combo Report

Saturday’s Feature of the Day is a personal favourite of mine, and one which I check every day: the Trainer Jockey Combo report. As the name suggests, it’s a report that shows which trainers and jockeys have the best records when combining, and is broken down into four ‘sub-reports': 14 Day 30 Day Course 365 […]

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Double Dutch, 6th December 2014

Double Dutch, 6th December 2014 It was money for nothing last night, as Dire Straits and Akasaka did the biz. And, with the former contracting, and the latter drifting markedly, we had a tidy old uplift on the projected 15/1 double. In fact, the payout was 15/8 (returned just 11/10) and 7/1, making a 22/1 […]

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Stat of the Day, 6th December 2014

Stat of the Day, 6th December 2014 A close up two length third for Friday’s pick, Ballyallia Man, but no dice for Stat of the Day’s win only play. Chris takes a short break for the weekend to recharge his batteries ahead of something pretty exciting next week – more in due course – so it’s […]

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Tingle Creek Preview, Trends, Tips

Tingle Creek Preview, Trends, Tips Sandown’s big December jumps meeting is showcased by the Grade 1 Tingle Creek Chase, a two miler of some distinction. Due to the absences of the last two winners, Sire De Grugy and Sprinter Sacre, the contest has traded standout star quality for a deeper level of competitiveness, and still […]

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Feature of the Day: Friday – Horses 4 Courses Report

Friday’s Feature of the Day, free to all registered geegeez.co.uk users, is the Horses 4 Courses report. As the name suggests, it’s a list of all horses running which have previously raced at today’s track, along with their performance profile. The video below explains in more detail what it is, and how to access it: […]

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Feature of the Day: Thursday – Instant Expert

In the first of a number of Feature of the Day posts, I’ll walk you through how Instant Expert works. Feature of the Day is a daily sample of Geegeez Gold goodness, available to all free registered users. On various days, it covers tipping, reports, and racecard content. Today, Thursday, the Instant Expert is available […]

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Irish Point Notes, Week 8

Irish Point Notes, by Seattle Dancer Week 8 – Week ending 23 November 2014 (four fixtures)  From the glens of Antrim to Tipperary’s Golden Vale.  Toomebridge (Co. Antrim)  4yo maiden Naming a horse Kilcullen Flem (86) is enough to turn me off my early morning cornflakes reminding as it does about……….well, never mind! The Donnchadh […]

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