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The Genetic Origin And History Of Speed In The Thoroughbred Racehorse

Throughout the year there are many horse races but few are as important as the upcoming Cheltenham Festival. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the ambiance of the races and perhaps generate a few extra funds. The Cheltenham festival

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Living Like a King: The Pampered Life of a Racehorse

If you’ve ever visited the racetrack you’ll have seen how hard the racehorses work in an attempt to get across the line first. There’s a lot at stake and it’s not just about the prize money although this does help!  The

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Cheltenham Festival 2018: Horse Tips and Betting Tips

The Cheltenham Festival event will be held in Prestbury Park located on the outskirts of Gloucestershire spa town. It is so glamorous that the only other event that can measure up to its level in terms of prize money and attendance is

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Cheltenham Betting News: ‘The Machine’ is Getting Older but he Cannot Read!

Faugheen (aka ‘The Machine’) was one of the most impressive winners of the Cheltenham Festival’s Unibet Champion Hurdle in living memory.  But that was back in 2015 when the winner of 13 races (from 14 starts) was aged seven.   Very little water has

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Ascot Gold Cup 2017 Preview

One of the undoubted highlights of Royal Ascot’s five day meeting is the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup which takes place on Ladies day. Run over a stamina sapping two miles and four furlongs and pitching together some of the

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Who Are This Year’s Favourites for the Gold Cup?

The biggest horse racing festival of the year is currently underway as Cheltenham started on 14 March this year. The four-day event concludes on Friday with one of the richest events in UK horse racing – the Gold Cup. Don

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The CRAZIEST odds ever to come in

Leicester were given absolutely no hope of winning the Premier League title in June 2015, listed at odds of 5000-1. To put that into context it was considered more likely for Piers Morgan to become Arsenal manager, the Queen to

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The Grand National: an early look at three contenders

The Grand National is one of the biggest horse racing events in the world and millions of fans tune in to watch the race on a yearly basis. Since the great race was formed well over a century ago, the

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Best Betting Contenders – Turnbull Stakes

This time of year horse racing fans and punters know betting offers will be plentiful in Australia’s lead in to the nation's big three horse racing events. Any punter worth their salt is busy with the search for bookie offers from the nation's top betting websites. Free

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Ruby Walsh defied gravity to triumph aboard Old Castletown at Tramore on Sunday

Ruby Walsh defied gravity to triumph aboard Old Castletown at Tramore on Sunday. Trained by Walsh's father Ted, Old Castletown was sent off the 7-4 for the two and three quarter mile Heinz Pollmeier Memorial Handicap Chase. The field favourite had

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