Five trainers to put you in profit in July…

Three-year-old’s; they can be a tricky bunch to get to grips with at the best of times. None more so than when entering handicap company. In the human world you have the terrible two’s and then, so I’m led to believe, the ‘Magic Years’. I guess that also relates to the racing world as well.…

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Royal Ascot 2015: Pointers and Pitfalls…

The Derby is done and dusted and we are now reaching mid-June. For us racing fans that can mean only one thing; the 5 day carnival of racing that is Royal Ascot. As with all of these monstrous racing festivals I like to get stuck in to the trends and stats associated with the meeting,…

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Nine vital Epsom Derby trends…

The 2015 Epsom Derby. Safe to say it’s an open renewal! Will 2000 Guineas winner Gleneagles run? (half way through writing this he was scratched from race!) If Gleneagles doesn’t run does Aidan O’Brien have anything worthy of landing his 4th Derby on the spin? Is Dante winner Golden Horn really a 7/4 shot? Was…

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Victoria Cup Pace & Trends Analysis…

  Where does the pace come from in the Victoria Cup? 29 runners blasting down the Ascot straight 7 furlongs… Just the type of puzzle I love trying to solve! It’s not a race that appears on the full BDH service as it doesn’t quite fit my strict parameters but it will almost certainly be a…

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How to navigate the twists and turns of the Roodee…

“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.” That quote is straight from the horse’s mouth. The horse is question being the king sire of Chester’s May meeting; GALILEO. If you replace ‘truths’ with ‘stats’ then you are half the way to my racing methodology. And Chester’s…

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Spring Cup Review: Meehan 4yo looks a livewire to follow…

    The (UK) jumps finale takes place at Sandown this weekend and the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket is less than two weeks away! Yep, it’s time for NTF’s little sister to fully awake from her winter slumber! A large part of the full BDH service looks at horses that ran well from poor draws and…

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2015 Lincoln Handicap: Draw, Pace and Trends Analysis…

Woot! It’s the flat season already?! How the chuff did that happen!? Naturally I’m still in total NTF mode at present, I don’t make the full switch to this side of the tracks until around Guineas time. However, as the jumps game is…eh…a little b*ll*cks at the minute (Cheltenham/Aintree limbo land is NOT a nice place!)…

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