Monthly Archives: February 2012

NTF 3 to follow from the weekend…

Invictus? Massini’s Maguire? Riverside Theatre? Rubi Light? Zaidpour? Giles Cross? All winners at the weekend but will we see any of them gracing the winners enclosure at Cheltenham or Aintree? It was an enthralling and important weekend of racing that now sits firmly in the form book, with a number of runners (the winners and…

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Beware of the ‘Twister’ Blinker….

Remember my ‘It can pay to be blinkered when it comes to McCain and Maguire…‘ Blog post? It’s done alright since I highlighted it to you all hasn’t it? 3 runners –  2 winners and 1 placed NODFORM RICHARD 3rd at 9/2 – RAILWAY DILLON 1st at 9/2 – SAGA DE TERCEY 1st at 15/8…

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Owners Insight – More Frustration

He was fit, he was ready to hit the track running and then Brrrrrrr… the freezing weather scuppers the OSCARA DARA comeback!! In today’s post owner Phil Boyle brings us up to date on the latest trials and tribulations from camp Oscara…. Hello all Last time, I brought my ownership story up to date (almost). …

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NTF 3 to follow from the weekend…

It was Scottish Cheltenham Trials day at Musselburgh on Saturday but will we see any of the winners or placed runners making a serious impact at the Festival in March? To be honest I would be surprised if I witnessed any outstanding Cheltenham contenders on the day but that’s not to say there weren’t eye-catchers…

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NTF Q&A – Tom Segal (Pricewise)

Name – Tom Segal Occupation – Tipster Years involved in racing – Roughly about 20 years not very good with dates First horseracing memory – Whitbread Gold Cup at Sandown sometime in 70’s   Background… What first stirred your interest in horseracing? Living next to Sandown How did you become involved in the tipping side…

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Two legends, an outsider and a superstar…

In today’s NTF Blog post Cathyrn Fry casts her expert Irish eye back over the weekend’s action from Leopardstown with her mind firmly on the March spectacle that is the Cheltenham Festival – Trying to figure out your bets for the Neptune and the Albert Bartlett is always a headache as you are never sure…

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