Monthly Archives: November 2015

What we learned from the weekend: 21st & 22nd November…

Dan Skelton – King of the switchers Now we have the National Hunt season firing on all cylinders! Cue Card and Silviniaco Conti (or Cun!i if you listened to Simon Holt!) going at it hammer and tong in the Betfair Chase. Vautour giving his supporters a bit of scare at Ascot in the Stella Artios…

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What you should have learned from the 2015 Cheltenham Open Meeting…

More Of That with a sparkling display on chasing debut… More of That – Back! Sprinter Sacre – Back! (to a certain extent) A simply fantastic three days of racing at Prestbury Park for the Paddy Power Open meeting and the return of the two jumping superstars mentioned above would have, rightly so, been many…

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What we learned from the weekend: 7th & 8th November…

Coneygree; still a beast! What we learned from the weekend? That CONEYGREE is still a bloody beast! OK he only had two opponents to beat but it’s more than what’s behind Coneygree that makes him such an impressive chaser, it what he does himself out front that really makes him stand out. Jump, Grind, Turn…

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What we learned from the weekend: 31st October & 1st November…

Dynaste. When was the last time he actually won over 3 miles? Now the National Hunt fires are really stoked! The Charlie Hall Chase and the JNwine Chase were the two centrefolds on either side of the Irish Sea, both containing Cheltenham Gold Cup hopefuls and both races¬†delivering, in their own different way, noteworthy performances.…

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The November trainer trends you need on your side…

November: Time for Mullins to get serious… November. Paddy Power Chase month. Hennessy Gold Cup month. Betfair Chase month. Now we’re talking! The jumping game now starts to effortlessly click through the gears this month and here are a few trainer stats you want to be keeping on your side… *Stats sourced from the Proform…

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