Monthly Archives: April 2012

Perth Festival Pointers: 4 trainers you NEED on your side…

Perth’s April Festival is unashamedly one of my favourite festivals of the entire year. If you have never been then make sure you make a point of going at some stage in the near future. If I’m 100% honest Perth racecourse was not always a happy punting ground for me. Probably because it falls in…

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Ayr Scottish Grand National Meeting Trainer Trends: The Ferdy Factor…

Ayr’s Scottish Grand National Meeting is always a richly contested affair with a plethora of raiders making the trip from South of the border. But who are the trainers we should be focused on and under which circumstances should we be looking to side with their runners? Do the South send enough firepower up to…

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Aintree Grand National Pointers…

Aintree Grand National Day – Want some quick Dosage and Trends pointers? Here you go….   Dosage Trends (From the last 15 renewals – 2 winners had less than 8 points and are not included in Analysis) 12 of the last 13 had a DI of 1.15 or below 11 or the last 13 had…

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NTF 1 to follow from the weekend: One that looks ready to Bolt in…

After the stunning success of AURORAS ENCORE at Haydock on Saturday I was really looking to stick with the National Hunt game for today’s ‘under the radar’ eye-catcher. However, there really was very little, outwith the obvious, from the jumping stuff that went in my notebook from the weekends racing and one thing I’ve learned…

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Warning: A mini angle that shouldn’t be overlooked!

Despite the fact I am still very much focused on all things National Hunt I will be taking a (very) small deviation onto the flat for today’s Blog post. I have recently been locked deep in research in my trusted Proform database in search of profitable angles for the forthcoming *NTF 2012 Flat service. Whilst…

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