Monthly Archives: May 2014

BDH Weatherwatch: Which trainers strings shine in the mud?

June is on the horizon, the sun is shining, we are all out sunning ourselves in the garden and firing up the barbecue… Eh, no not quite! It’s raining and raining hard. Hell Beverley had to draw stumps on their Hilary Needler card last night due to water-logging! The non-runners are already flowing like a…

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It’s a family affair: The Moore’s give you more when you know where to look…

 “I think we are about tenth in line when it comes to who he rides for!”   Those were the words of trainer Gary Moore after his son Ryan Moore rode LADY MARL to victory for the yard at Windsor ten days ago. And he is probably correct. There are a number of higher profile…

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Galileo (Galileo), Galileo (Galileo), Galileo Chestero Magnifico!!

“You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself.” Galileo once said the above quote (the Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher… not the horse!) but I’ll ignore him and will attempt to teach you something about Chester’s May meeting today and hopefully you will find it within yourself to believe me!!…

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Who’s hot and who’s not in the early part of the 2014 Flat season?

  First up a warm welcome from myself to the brand new BDH Website. If you don’t already know then most of the BDH methodology from last season (Race Analysis Guides, BDH Squad…) will now be in the exclusive BDH Members Area. Membership is at the very reasonable price of £97 for the season. If…

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