Horse Racing Blog

The most popular horse racing blog in Britain, geegeez.co.uk has all sorts of commentary and tips, as well as features from top writers across the range of racing disciplines. Below are the most recent horse racing blogs from our staff writers.

Sunday Supplement: A Day for the Smaller Yards

Sunday Supplement: A Day for the Smaller Yards

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford The rain pouring down woke me at 5 a.m. It wasn’t ideal, what with a trip to Newmarket for a 9 a.m. schooling session for my boss Ray Tooth’s new jumper Notnowsam planned for the Links. At least, with the December sales starting tomorrow, the Tatt’s sales pavilion will be […]

Paddock Inspection: The Curious Case of Quae Supra

The Curious Case of Quae Supra By Hugh Fowler, paddock expert Foreword By way of introduction my name is Hugh Fowler. Nearly 2 years ago I decided to try and develop my enthusiasm for studying 2yo maiden race runners into a way of making a retirement income whilst also indulging my passion for going racing. I was […]

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A Saturday Trixie (plus free bets)

It’s Saturday, there’s some excellent racing, and so it would be rude in the extreme not to have a little piece of the action. In this post, I’ve found three that show up well on various Gold reports and/or tools, and I’m going to hurl them in a trixie bet (three doubles and a treble). […]

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Why Contrast is King When Seeking Good Bets

What makes a good bet? Obviously, after the event, any winner is ostensibly a good bet, but many winners are still more ‘lucky’ than ‘good’. In this post, I want to share an approach to finding good bets which has served me very well down the years, and which has been built right into the […]

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The Fixed Brush Hurdle – Future Stars Revealed

The Betfair Chase is without doubt the star of the show on Saturday, and for me it’s the Fixed Brush Hurdle that picks up the ‘Oscar’ for Best Supporting Role. Looking back over recent years, it’s quite incredible to see the names of future stars that have used the race as a stepping stone from […]

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The Betfair Chase – A Haydock Puzzler

One of the most eagerly anticipated meetings of the jump racing season begins today. Haydock plays host to a wonderful two days of high-class action, culminating in the running of the £200,000 Betfair Chase on Saturday afternoon. The race has only been in existence since 2005, yet has become one of the most prestigious Grade […]

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Pointing To Winners 2014/15

Welcome to the first Pointing To Winners of the 2014/15 season.  With the Paddy Power meeting now behind us and the Hennessy just around the corner the season is gearing up and we’ve plenty of pointers turning up under rules.  In this first week I’d like to pinpoint a few who I believe will be […]

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Hexham Races – Where Beast Meets Beauty

A trip to Hexham Races should be on every race fans ‘bucket list’. The beautiful Northumberland course holds its latest fixture today, with a seven race card. The feature event is the Northumberland County Handicap Chase over a punishing four miles. The very best northern trainers will be in attendance including Lucinda Russell, Nicky Richards, […]

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