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McCain hoping Minella Drama is going in the right direction

A brilliant season for Donald McCain could continue when Minella Drama lines up in the Jordan Electrics Ltd Future Champion Novices’ Chase at Ayr. The seven-year-old landed a Grade Two at Haydock on his penultimate start and then was well held by Pic D’orhy at Kempton in February. However, McCain knows the former top-class hurdler […]

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Racing Insights, Tuesday 29/03/22

Tuesday’s free feature is The Shortlist report, which is a simple (and usually brief) report highlighting those horses with a largely ‘green’ profile in the Instant Expert Report each day. It covers win or place stats, and can be viewed for both today’s and tomorrow’s racing. GREEN is good (33% or better win rate) – worth […]

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Coronation Cup defence a possible option for Pyledriver

Pyledriver could bid to defend his Coronation Cup crown, as connections mull over options following a luckless run in Saturday’s Longines Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan. It was a case of what might have been for the five-year-old, who suffered trouble in running under Frankie Dettori, who was deputising for injured Martin Dwyer. The mile-and-a-half […]

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Racing Insights, Saturday 26/03/22

Saturday’s free GOLD feature is the very popular Trainer/Jockey Combo Stats (TJC) report, which works by bringing together the form of trainers and jockeys into a single composite report has produced excellent results for users. Basically, many trainers turn to preferred riders when they have one ‘ready to win and this report quickly identifies those […]

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Burrow Seven continuing to make a difference

Burrow Seven, who has helped raise more than £100,000 for those affected by motor neurone disease and Leeds Hospital Charities, will now also be helping to save the planet. The Jedd O’Keeffe-trained five year-old is owned by the Burrow Seven Racing Club, which was launched in November 2020 to raise money for former rugby league […]

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Monday Musings: Cheltenham Chat

Oh dear! The Irish sent out a single scout on Saturday to assess the strength of the UK jumps defence in advance of Cheltenham this week, writes Tony Stafford. What was his report back to HQ? “They are wide open and ripe for picking. Not just in the graded races either – they still haven’t […]

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Skelton fired up for strong Cheltenham Festival challenge

To head to the Cheltenham Festival with genuine chances in the headline events is what Dan Skelton has worked long and hard for. The 36-year-old could hardly have prepared better, serving a nine-year apprenticeship with Paul Nicholls before branching out on his own at Lodge Hill Stables in Alcester. Like his mentor before him, a […]

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Brad Cox concentrating on Saudi Cup task with Mandaloun

Brad Cox insists he has managed to focus on preparing Mandaloun for the Saudi Cup despite the distraction of his horse being awarded the Kentucky Derby earlier this week. The Bob Baffert-trained Medina Spirit has been officially disqualified after testing positive for the anti-inflammatory drug betamethasone, a prohibited substance in Kentucky on raceday. Baffert and […]

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