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.

Stat of the Day, 2nd March 2015

Stat of the Day, 2nd March 2015 Unfortunately, we weren’t able to end February on the high of backing a winner as Holiday Magic was just over hauled in side the half furling to be beaten by a head. Adam Kirby had Holiday Magic to front to win the race from a fair way out and they […]

Stat of the Day Update: 23/02/15 to 28/02/15 We rounded February off with a third consecutive week of profit, enabling us to end the month in profit, which wasn’t something I was too sure of after the disastrous start to the month! It was a week of two halves, if the truth be told. We […]

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Double Dutch Monthly Update : February 2015 Every day on the Double Dutch, I give you the running total of where the service stands with regards to winners, strike rates, profit/loss and the ROI, but I though it might be handy for you (whilst possibly a rod for my own back!) to have a review […]

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Sunday Supplement: Is this the Real McCoy?

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford Do you like the new Tony McCoy? He’s Mr Nice Guy, about whom nobody ever says an unkind word. The man who signs all the race cards thrust in his face as he travels from weighing room to paddock. The man who always seems happy to talk to Luke Harvey? […]

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We’ve had better LIVE Saturday C4 race days, but with the Cheltenham Festival on the horizon then it’s no surprise – Newbury and Doncaster provide the action and as every week we’ve got all the big-race trends and stats………….   NEWBURY (C4/RUK) 1.45 – Betfair Supporting Greatwood Veterans´ Handicap Hurdle Cl3 2m5f CH4 No previous […]

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The Grimthorpe Chase – Memories of Grey Abbey

The BetBright Grimthorpe Chase takes place on Saturday

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Faugheen Or ‘The Fly’ – Ruby has Champion Hurdle Headache

Jump racing’s elite assemble at Prestbury

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Racing Maxims and Methods of Pittsburgh Phil (Part 3)

In this final part of our serialization of the legendary racing gambler, Pittsburgh Phil, looks at the concepts of time, and class and weight, when it comes to horse racing. Although incredibly prescient at the time (written in 1908), some of this has been superseded by more modern thinking. But still, plenty holds as good today […]

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