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.

ToteIreland Review: The Little Known ‘Best Value’ Haven

ToteIreland Review: The Little Known ‘Best Value’ Haven

ToteIreland Review It is quite rare for a bookmaker to consistently offer value bets almost every week. Indeed, not since the advent of Betfair – which was until recently not a bookmaker – have I known such a pocket of value on such a frequent basis as there is now with ToteIreland. So why would […]

Pointing To Winners 2013/14

With a busy weekend coming up for pointing fans, not least with a number of races restricted to Hunters on Monday I will be doing the blog in two parts this week. The first part has focussed on the events of last weekend, this will be updated with details on the action at Cork and […]

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2014 Irish Grand National Preview, Trends, Tips

2014 Irish Grand National Preview, Trends, Tips The last of the major Nationals is the Irish Grand National, run at Fairyhouse over the shortest of the National distances, three miles and five furlongs. With the average winner paying 31/1 in the last six years, it is not an easy contest in which to find the […]

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Win Each Way System Review (and Bonus)

Win Each Way System Review (and Bonus) The Win Each Way system was created by one of my Platinum students, Lester Cavanagh (real person, real name!), and first released last year. And this is the 2014 version, Win Each Way 2.0 if you will. I’ve known Lester for almost two years now – since he […]

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Lucy Wadham Stable Tour

I was lucky enough to win a prize in the London Racing Club raffle last month, and the prize was a trip to Lucy Wadham’s stable for a tour of the yard, and the horses. Perched in Moulton Paddocks, a leafy corner of Newmarket’s Heath, the Wadhams’ training centre is a quietly impressive setup overseen […]

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Star Jock: The Next Generation

With apologies to Trekkies everywhere, today’s post is about up and coming jockeys. It’s a two parter. In the first part, I’ll tell you about five jockeys on whom I have a very close eye; and in part two, I’ll outline how you might do some similar legwork for yourself to track down the next […]

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Sunday Supplement: Kingman for a day

Sunday supplement By Tony Stafford In Australia, the Coolmore team has a horse which was fully expected to win the Qipco 2,000 Guineas. I say “was” advisedly, although whether the insiders at Ballydoyle’s confidence was in any way shaken by Kingman’s romp in yesterday’s Greenham Stakes, I’ve no idea. What’s great is that the two […]

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2014 Scottish Grand National Preview, Trends, Tips

2014 Scottish Grand National Preview, Trends, Tips One of the closing acts of the National Hunt season is the Scottish Grand National, run at Ayr over four miles and half a furlong. It’s been quite a strong trends race in the past and, with no discretionary handicapping or amendments to the jumping test, we can […]

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