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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+
Stat of the Day Update, 21st to 26th July 2014

Stat of the Day Update, 21st to 26th July 2014

Stat of the Day Update: 21/07/14 to 26/07/14 A curate’s egg of a week for Stat of the Day – very good in places – but a perfectly profitable one all the same. Just two winners were returned (actually, I say ‘just’, but that’s a 33.3% win rate),but they won for us at 11/4 and […]

Double Dutch, 28th July 2014

Double Dutch, 28th July 2014 It’s a streaky game is Double Dutch. When you’re in the groove, there’s no stopping you. But just at the moment, we’ve got a nasty bout of one-out-of-two-itis. Saturday’s effort was gazumped in the first, which was a real shame, as the drift on race two’s winner was sensational. Renown […]

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Stat of the Day, 28th July 2014

Stat of the Day, 28th July 2014 Dutch Rose was very well backed on Saturday, from our 11/2 into 3/1 favourite. But she was never really travelling in the race, and we knew our fate from halfway, alas. We get straight back on the horse again today, with a partnership proposition in the… 4.45 Lingfield: Trainer […]

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10 Races To Raise The Roof This Week

It’s one of my favourite racing weeks of the year. We are blessed with both quality and quantity, on both sides of the Irish Sea, and shenanigans can be expected both on the track and off it! I am of course referring to the week where Glorious Goodwood’s glamour and glitz clashes with Uproarious Galway’s clamour and […]

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The Newmarket Cha-Cha (Charalambous-Champion)

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford I’ve got a new hero in the week that Taghrooda beat the boys so emphatically in the King George. No, it’s not her, although it’s hard to see much beyond her for the Arc. It’s Peter Charalambous, trainer of around ten horses from his Calder Park stables in Newmarket’s Hamilton […]

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Double Dutch, 26th July 2014

Double Dutch, 26th July 2014 That elusive 100/300 double still evades us after we drew a blank in race one yesterday. It was hard luck as Dubai Breeze’s jockey lost an iron and almost unseated, and then Alpine Affair’s jockey went for a fast-vanishing split that closed in his chops. Tasaday won leg two but […]

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Stat of the Day, 26th July 2014

Stat of the Day, 26th July 2014 It was great to get off to a winning start yesterday. And how! I’d considered Robert Cowell’s Iffranesia to be value at 9/2 the night before. So imagine my surprise when, in spite of several fancies runners coming out, our filly won at 13/2. That truly was the magic […]

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Saturday Big Race Preview: 26th July 2014

A big weekend of racing precedes a big week of racing, as Ascot’s King George day comes just 72 hours before Glorious Goodwood’s gates open. There are eight races live on Channel 4, and I’ve taken a look at four of the most interesting from a betting perspective below, starting in the… 2.55 York A […]

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A Glut of G’s on Geegeez…

It’s GG season here on geegeez. In fact, it’s G/GG season. Perhaps even KG/G/GG season. Yes, the end of July and beginning of August sees a star-studded triptych of G-related race meetings, beginning this afternoon at, erm, Ascot. Ascot’s meeting, which runs to three days, is highlighted by the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth […]

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Double Dutch, 25th July 2014

Double Dutch, 25th July 2014 Another 1-2 yesterday, alas, as Assoluta comfortably took care of the early leg at Bath; but neither Beach Of Falesa (2nd) nor Elsie (4th) could land the payout. That means, as the chair changes to me (Matt), we’re still seeking that elusive 100th Double Dutch (from just 275 betting days), and […]

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Stat of the Day, 25th July 2014

Stat of the Day, 25th July 2014 Chris has wandered off into the sunset (for a few days) with his swag bag over his shoulder, in search of some Moroccan sunshine. So, in his well earned absence, it’s me – Matt – in the chair for the next week and a half. He was unable to […]

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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 […]

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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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