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.

Quick Monday Round Up

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 […]

Systematic Racing Service Review Let’s take a look at Systematic Racing. Systematic Racing advises betting on Horse Racing with a two-pronged attack based around both backing and laying. The Systematic Racing service aims to identify value-priced win bets and overbet horses that they feel won’t even make the frame and therefore, make ideal place lay bets. […]

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Master Racing Tipster Review Here’s our view of the Master Racing Tipster Master Racing Tipster, from the Betting Gods portfolio of tipster services, aims to capitalise on bookies’ early prices and provide tips in the evening before the following day’s racing. The as-yet un-named Master Racing Tipster claims to have years of form reading under his […]

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Stat of the Day Update: 14/07/14 to 19/07/14 It was a really good week for SotD, with just the one runner (About Turn on Friday) proving a disappointment. From the other five selections, we had three decent priced (7/2, 6/1 & 11/4) winners, a runner-up and a double-digit odds E/W gamble that just missed out […]

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Nun More Jiggy Than Tiggy…

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford As soon as the runners went into the final furlong of yesterday’s Weatherby’s Super Sprint at Newbury, an inescapable conclusion was being drawn – certainly among those of us with a certain tinge of racing history in our veins. Even before the Richard Hannon-trained Tiggy Wiggy drew away from her […]

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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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Chasing Value: Saturday 19 July 2014

My name is Mike Ashurst, and my speciality is finding value in the big Saturday afternoon handicaps for all codes of racing. Each Friday afternoon I will focus on some of the most valuable and/or competitive races of the weekend and try to find some early value.  I will offer my opinion on the value or otherwise […]

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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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