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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+
How To Use The New Speed Ratings

How To Use The New Speed Ratings

Unless you’ve had your eyes closed and your fingers in your ears, you’ll have heard me talking about the new speed ratings we’ve added to the Geegeez Gold package. They sit right within the card itself – and we’re working on adding them to the pace tab too, for those who like to combine pace […]

Double Dutch, 1st September 2014

Double Dutch, 1st September 2014 It was nice to end August with a winning double and, with a non-runner in the first leg, we also scored a bonus win single! Even after the Rule 4, our 11/10 on eventual 4/7 scorer Mr Rock looked good. Satanic Beat was very well supported, into 11/8, as well making […]

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2014 Ladbrokes St Leger Preview, Trends, Dosage, Tips

2014 Ladbrokes St Leger Preview, Trends, Dosage, Tips It’s now less than a fortnight until the St Leger concludes the Classic action for 2014, and there are still 21 engaged for the race. With Leading Light winning last year, and going on to prove a worthy Cup horse; and Conduit claiming Breeders’ Cup Turf glory […]

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Double Dutch, 30th August 2014

Double Dutch, 30th August 2014 As clunky a clunk of a clunker as I can remember yesterday and, mercifully, it still only counts as minus two on the score sheet, and we go again today. I’m dodging the handicaps, and instead focusing in (seemingy) shallower events at Wexford and Market Rasen, starting at 3.10. Friday’s results were as […]

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Saturday TV Racing Preview & Best Bets

It’s a marathon of racing on TV this Saturday, with eight races broadcast on Channel 4 between 14:05 and 15:50. I’m going to leave readers to their own devices for the start and end of that extravaganza, and focus on the quintet in the middle, starting with the… 2.25 BETFRED BEVERLEY BULLET SPRINT STAKES (Listed Race) 5f […]

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Double Dutch, 29th August 2014

Double Dutch, 29th August 2014 A loose dog on the course meant that our two races on Thursday went off in reverse order, which was a shame as it denied us at least a run for our money. The first race – which went off second due to that daft mutt (and more pertinently, its daft owner) […]

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Double Dutch, 28th August 2014

Double Dutch, 28th August 2014 Chris signed off his latest stint with a winning double yesterday, and so he immediately sets expectations for my (Matt) latest turn at the Double Dutch table. Wednesday’s results were as follows: You’re My Cracker: won at 7/4 (adv 9/4) Wiseton: 4th at 15/8 (adv 7/4) —————————————— Barchan: won at 9/4 (adv 9/4) Lay Zodiac: u/p […]

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The Best Ratings In The World?

It’s a very (very!) bold claim, I know, but in today’s post I want to introduce you to geegeez’ new speed ratings, and to try to explain and/or validate the headline statement. As well as that, I’ll introduce the man behind the ratings, and I’ve come up with a related competition which is both fun to […]

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September is a big month…

Although we still have the remainder of this week before August rains itself out, this post is dedicated to September. August is geegeez’ birth month – six this year – and as we frolic into a seventh year online, there are some big things happening. Firstly, geegeez will be having a nip and a tuck: […]

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2014 York Ebor Preview and Tips

2014 York Ebor Preview and Tips It’s Ebor day at York, and as well as that excellent staying handicap, there’s a very strong supporting card to keep us thrilled, and offer opportunities to get our wallets filled! Just after two o’clock is when it all begins, with the… 2.05 Strensall Stakes (Group 3) 1m1f A […]

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York Ebor Meeting: Day 3 Preview, Tips

York Ebor Meeting: Day 3 Preview, Tips Into the second half of York’s four day Ebor Festival, and we have the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes to look forward to. There is a competitive five race supporting card, so let’s get down to brass tacks… 1.55 Handicap (Class 2) 1m4f Twenty runners scheduled to race over […]

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York Ebor Meeting: Day 2 Preview, Tips

York Ebor Meeting: Day 2 Preview, Tips After a pretty good day one on the Knavesmire, despite Kingston Hill being a non-runner, we turn our attention to the second of four days’ action, headlined by the Darley Yorkshire Oaks. We get underway just before two o’clock with the… 1.55 DBS Premier Yearling Stakes (Class 2) […]

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York Ebor Meeting: Day 1 Preview, Trends, Tips

York Ebor Meeting: Day 1 Preview, Trends, Tips York’s four day Ebor meeting gets underway on Wednesday afternoon, and boasts maybe the race of the week as its feature, when Derby winner Australia takes on a small but select field in the Juddmonte International. But, before that, we’ll be half way through the placepot, the […]

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York Ebor Meeting 2014 Trainer Stats

York Ebor Meeting 2014 Stats York’s Ebor meeting starts tomorrow on the Knavesmire, and it promises racing fans four days of spirited and classy equine action. It is a fiercely competitive meeting, and winners are hard to find as a rule. But, when you catch one, expect it to pay well. Two overarching rules for […]

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A Monday Melange…

Whilst thinking about subjects for today’s musings, I decided that I could most definitely not warble on about something political, as I was starting to worry about a perceived negativity towards the sport. It may be true that racing’s various governing bodies have made some curious decisions in recent days and weeks, but the game goes […]

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