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Sports betting can add excitement and fun to any game and will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout! Please remember, never give up as you have chosen one of the best businesses you could ever get into!
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The Winter Hill Stakes is one of those rare Group races that takes place at an evening meeting, it’s a Group 3 run over 1m 2f at Windsor on the last Saturday of August. more

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13 August 2016 12:54

The Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race run over 7 furlongs at Newbury in August, which is open to all horses aged 2 or above.

During the past decade only 2 market leaders have obliged for a loss of 5….

I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends – Age, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins & Group Form…. more

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The Hungerford Stakes

The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. more

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I have looked at the last 10 years and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Group Form & Distance….

Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future….

Betfred Hungerford Stakes At Newbury Key Race Trends – 13 August 2016

24 August 2016 14:45

The Betfred Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race for runners aged 3 years and older, which is run over 7 furlongs at Newbury on Saturday, 13 August. more

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I do love the Shergar Cup – it divides opinion and fair play to those who want to avoid it completely but 10 runner class 2/3 handicaps at Ascot provide some great betting opportunities – especially when you can rule some of the runners out because of the jockey bookings…. more

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Shergar Cup 2016 Tips And Thoughts

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The Ebor Handicap is the highlight of the Ebor meeting at York for their 4 day meeting in August.

With an average field size of just over 8 runners during the past decade, the Hungerford Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess.

It’s run over 1m 6f and has been won by some decent horses in it’s history, i have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends, Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Distance & Draw… see here


The “secret” To Picking Horse Race Winners

Charlie Goodwin

Charlie Goodwin

Sports betting can add excitement and fun to any game and will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout! Please remember, never give up as you have chosen one of the best businesses you could ever get into!
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The more you know about horse racing and race horses the more likely you are to find winners on a consistent basis. The key to finding horse race winners is simply knowledge.

Practically everyday I receive a letter or email offering me a horse racing system which is going to make me rich. It is all there just waiting for anyone to go and access it.

Horse racing is a huge subject and it can be difficult if not impossible to be an expert in all aspects. They did not achieve this knowledge overnight but worked hard to acquire it.

Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com. It is even possible to delve deeper and specialise in specific types of race such as 2 year olds, hurdles or sprints. They often promise a fast and quick way to wealth beyond my wildest dreams.

You will already have the advantage that you need and that is no secret.

By: Dave Articlesubmit

There is one way that you can improve your chance of finding winners and making your horse race gambling profitable. Many of the most successful horse race gamblers have an almost encyclopaedic knowledge of horses, trainers, courses and all other relevant factors. There are specialist books and videos on all aspects of the sport. Of course you will need to send them some money, often quite a lot of money to discover the “secret”.

Of course as rational people we know there is no such thing as a “secret” method of finding horse race winners. This type of specialisation can give you a distinct advantage over the average punter. Therefore it makes sense top specialise in one area such as flat racing, national hunt or all weather racing. How can they do this? It is because they have discovered a “secret” that no one else knows, (well no one who has not bought their system) that cannot fail to make you wealthy. Racing has been a popular sport for over 300 years and in all that time no one has discovered an infallible way of picking winners or if they have they are not telling anyone about it.

So if you work to build up your knowledge of horse racing and perhaps specialise you will have no need to pay for any “secrets”. If this is a secret then it is one of the worst kept in the whole history of secrets.

There has never been a better time to become knowledgeable on the subject of horse racing. Practically every horse race meeting is covered live on TV with race replays later see here


Place your bets: A beginner’s guide to the Kentucky Derby

Charlie Goodwin

Charlie Goodwin

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The doors open at 8 a.m., and spectators can start placing their bets at 10 a.m. The average jockey is 5?4? and weighs just 112 pounds.

This authentically restored, early 1900s bar features an expansive bourbon collection and cocktails made from scratch.

Not only is Galt House the oldest hotel in Louisville, it also has beautiful waterfront views. Grab a glass of wine, snack on some food, listen to live music and speculate about which horse will take home the trophy.

When it comes to the Kentucky Derby, the bigger your hat, the better. If you’re looking for a place to watch the Mayweather vs. For more than 100 years, the bourbon-based drink has been the traditional beverage of Churchill Downs, and during Derby weekend, the venue plans to serve more than 120,000 of the cocktails.

Before the Race

The Kentucky Derby may last only two minutes, but in Louisville, it’s a monthlong celebration with more than 70 events, including parties and concerts. Every year more than 100,000 spectators from around the world show up for the race, wearing their colorful hats and sipping bourbon.

Galt House Hotel

Old Seelbach Bar

Jockey: The man who rides the horse. Spectators are also encouraged to wear pink in honor of the feminine vibe and as a way to raise awareness for breast and ovarian cancer prevention.

This is your chance to mingle with horse racing celebrities while sampling some of the best food in Kentucky. Pacquiao fight, the hotel is hosting a watch party.

Thoroughbred: The horses that run in the Derby. It’s standing room only, but general admission guests can bring in food items, chairs, and blankets. On Derby day there will surely be some colorful characters in the hotel lobby.

Place bet: A wager on a horse to finish first or second.

If you can’t get tickets to the big show, there are viewing parties all over Louisville, and most bars will be showing the big race. Here are a couple of favorites.

Where to Watch

Race Day — May 2

Exacta/perfecta: A wager on two specific horses to cross the finish line in first and second place in exact order.

Show bet: A wager on a horse to finish third of better.

What to Drink

It wouldn’t be the Kentucky Derby without a mint julep in your hands. go! The Kentucky Derby takes place every year on the first Saturday in May and is the culmination of the two-week-long Kentucky Derby festival. Beyond making the obvious fashion statement, wearing a colorful hat is said to bring good luck. They are known for their athleticism and agility.

Mint juleps are made with bourbon, mint, and a kick.

Lingo you should know

Bluegrass dominance: A term acknowledging that 75 percent of Kentucky Derby winners were bred in Kentucky.

And if you just want to stumble upon something great, 4 Street Live! has a variety of bars and restaurants guaranteed to be showing the race.

Every year, the Kentucky Derby takes place at Churchill Downs. The race is known as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” and as you watch the powerful thoroughbred’s speeding around the track, you’ll certainly know why. Scott Fitzgerald used the location as a backdrop for Tom and Daisy Buchanan’s wedding in the Great Gatsby, and the Old Seelbach Bar has some of the best bourbon in town. F. More than 100,000 people attend the event, making it one of most popular horse races in American horse-racing society.

Ladies usually wear dresses in light colors or pastels. All modern thoroughbreds can trace their pedigrees to three stallions originally brought to England in the 17th and 18th centuries. Chances are the bar will be crowded during the derby, so get there early if you want a good seat.

Where to Stay

This is the one time of year when you can wear a hat like this and not end up on a worst-dressed list.

On your mark, get set … As for the men, they tend to wear seersucker suits or brightly colored pants.

Bridge jumper: A person who bets an unusually large sum on a single horse. The Taste of Derby brings together award-winning chefs from regional restaurants who prepare everything from seafood to barbecue. General admission tickets are available for $55. Refers to the fact that if they lose, they may be jumping off the nearest bridge.

Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, the Seelbach Hilton exudes southern charm. It is also commonly referred to as the “Run for the Roses.” This year there are 20 contenders for the top prize.

To get people revved up for the big race on Saturday, Churchill Downs hosts the Kentucky Oaks race the day before the big event. From feathers to ribbon and bows, anything goes.

Longines Kentucky Oaks — Friday, May 1

Maker’s Mark Bourbon House & Lounge

In addition to the 57-foot-long bar, this lounge also boasts plenty of screens to watch the race. Many love the party atmosphere you get from standing in the infield.

Seelbach Hilton Louisville

Churchill Downs

Taste of Derby — Thursday, April 30

What to wear

If you’re not a horse racing aficionado but want to look like you know the ropes, here’s a dummy-proof guide to the Kentucky Derby.

. Instead of large male thoroughbreds, this race features 3-year-old thoroughbred fillies (young female horses) see here