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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+

Glorious Goodwood 2015 Day 4 Preview Tips

Glorious Goodwood 2015 Day 4 Preview Tips Brevity is the order of the day for my final preview of the week, and I’m confident that will be well received in some quarters at least! Friday is perhaps the most consistently classy day’s racing, with four Group races and the Golden Mile heritage handicap, and I’ll […]

Glorious Goodwood Day 3 Preview, Tips It’s the middle day of five, and our destiny on the Downs is beginning to be determined, from a punting perspective at least. Thursday features some high class action, spearheaded by the Goodwood Cup and ably supported by the Richmond Stakes and the Lillie Langtry Stakes. As with each […]

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Glorious Goodwood 2015 Day 2 Preview, Tips Sussex Stakes day, and a chance to see probably the best gelding in the world* strut his testicle-less stuff. Regardless of how Day 1 went for you – and for most non-layers it went pear-shaped – there are many more battles to contest in this five day marathon, so let’s […]

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Glorious Goodwood 2015 Day 1 Preview, Tips One of the Summer highlights, Glorious Goodwood is as much a treat for the casual racegoer as it is for the hardened turfistas. Five days of high class action get underway with a septet of largely insoluble shemozzles, commencing with an eighteen runner ten furlong handicap. 2.00 Handicap Stakes (Class […]

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Bookmakers, like punters, are far from infallible. They have more rigid rules for their business operations, for sure. But, occasionally, things drop between the cracks, or are simply misinterpreted. These occasions costs punters money, frustrate them, and damage the pivotal trust relationship between punter and bookmaker. The good news is that if you think your […]

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SINISTER HORSES FOR SINISTER COURSES  (A gift for my GG buddies on my 70th Birthday 22 July) Hi, my name is Ray Thompson, nicknamed Mondo because my idiot but loveable employees back in my shop-owning days refused to believe that the Thompson boys’ FULL given names were Ken, Eddie and Ray. No middle names, no […]

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Regular readers will know that geegeez.co.uk has two daily tipping services, Monday to Saturday. They are called Stat of the Day and Double Dutch. Gold subscribers will know that both are impressively profitable. To illustrate that, the bottom line to the end of June 2015 is +423.94 points. Or, in money terms, £8,478.80 at £20 […]

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Stat of the Day, 18th July 2015 It was a case of close but no cigar for Chris on Friday, as 3/1 chance Zeshov was mowed down late by Hayley Turner and He’s My Boy. First is first and second is nowhere in Stat of the Day land, so I (Matt, Chris has time off […]

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Double Dutch, 18th July 2015 Back to winning ways on Friday, with a big shortener and a small drifter. Tasleet got the ball rolling by quickening impressively to win from an unpromising position. He looks a very promising juvenile at this stage, and his SP of 11/8 was much shorter than the 5/2 advised and […]

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Bookmakers, and one firm in particular, appear to be systematically conning punters through a marketing strategy originally designed with polar opposite intentions. My own exposure to this started out as a perception, after a series of bets struck early succumbed to swingeing Rule 4 deductions. And, off the back of a frustrating triple whammy price cut in […]

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Grand Prix de Paris 2015 Preview & Tips

The British set to storm the Grand Prix de Paris, writes Nigel Howard Bastille Day is France’s Fête Nationale. It is celebrated on 14 July when, on the same day back in 1789, revolutionaries stormed the infamous Paris Bastille jail thus triggering what is considered the start of the French Revolution. French racing’s offering to […]

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Crikey. Blimey, even. I got a little message from LinkedIn this morning, then a couple more from friends, congratulating me on ten years in business online. Most people have big red circles on their calendars around such a date. Me? I didn’t even know until I got those messages! So I’ve hastily pulled together a few thoughts and throwbacks, by way […]

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Welcome to Horse Racing Betting 101: The Best of geegeez.co.uk I’ve written almost two million words here at geegeez.co.uk, and in amongst that vast swarm of verbosity buzzes the occasional outbreak of punting good sense. If you’d like to read some of the best of them, you can do so by clicking the image below. […]

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There are as many ways to choose a bet in a horse race as there are punters looking for a winner. And, while on any given day in any given race, any selection methodology can have a moment in the sun (or the icy tundra), over the long term some strategies inevitably play out better […]

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In the first week of July it may seem a tad quirky to be mentioning a National Hunt syndicate, but the preparation of horses in both codes is far less seasonal than the casual onlooker might guess. So it is that I have acquired another fine beast to syndicate with fellow Geegeez readers and, if that […]

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