Monthly Archives: January 2016

The February trainer trends you need on your side…

February is the time to catch the Sue Smith Handicap Chasers. As we leave a wet and wild January behind us and zoom into a peaceful and calm February (yeah right!!) it’s time to fire up the stats machine again and take a look at some Trainer Trends to keep us in profit and build the…

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What we learned from the weekend: 23rd & 24th January…

Fingal Bay: Nothing if not frustrating! The Mullins stable stars were out in force again at the weekend, this time it was the turn of Un De Sceaux, Vroom Vroom Mag, Douvan and the machine that is Faugheen. A combined winning distance of 38.5L tells you all you need to know about those four ‘superstars’…

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What we learned from the weekend: 16th & 17th January…

Respect the Mullins! Another weekend in the form book. Another weekend closer to the festival. ANOTHER weekend dominated by Willie Mullins! Can anyone or anything stop this man? Five winners at the weekend, all five coming at Listed level or above. Another five running into the places. Wouldn’t have even been his A-Team that were…

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What we learned from the New Year period: 1st – 10th of January…

Kerry Lee adds another Welsh National crown to the Lee trophy cabinet. Happy New Year!! Can’t believe it’s taken until the 12th of January for the first NTF Blog post of 2016. Then again I did spend the first week or so of the year in the swimming pool that is currently North East Scotland! Man…

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