Monthly Archives: April 2017

How did that win? – Clive Cox at Windsor…

I must admit I’m quite a fan of Clive Cox. He’s a trainer I think is massively underrated despite the fact he churns out a healthy stream of winners year after year. Sure, he’s not up there with the likes of Richard Hannon or Richard Fahey, in terms of numbers, but he produces more than…

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Newbury Spring Cup Trends…

Newbury Spring Cup Handicap – 3.40 Newbury A busy day under both codes today so I won’t hang about… The Spring Cup generally isn’t a race I would get overly involved in but I’ve had a dig into the trends for the race and have uncovered the following… 11 of the last 12 winners (last…

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How did that win? – Gosden & Dettori…

The Mick Easterby angle I introduced at the start of the week has continued in fine fettle, returning a form line of 21514, with the winners coming at BFSP 8.24 & BFSP 1.44 (backed in heavily) and the 2nd only going down in a photo-finish. Hopefully there will be a couple more to come before…

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How did that win? – An intro…

Trends, mini-angles and systems have been a staple of my own personal punting for many years now. The vast majority of these angles revolve around trainers because, as we all know, they are the poster boys and girls for ‘creatures of habit’. It’s an approach, however, that you need to keep on top of. You need…

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