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The Aintree Grand National Races Explained

If you have you ever wondered what all the races mean and where they come from we explain each Grade 1 race within the meeting in detail:

Betfred Bowl

The Betfred Bowl is a National Hunt chase for horses upwards of 5 years old. It’s run on the first day of the Aintree Grand National meeting. Paul Nicholls is the most successful trainer for the race, putting together four wins so far with See More Business (2000), What a Friend (2010) and Silvinianco Conti (2014, 2015). Read more »

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Thistlecrack Favourite for Both World Hurdle & Gold Cup at Cheltenham

Thistlecrack Favourite for Both World Hurdle & Gold Cup at Cheltenham

Despite having made a hugely successful start to life over fences at Chepstow recently, the fact that Colin Tizzard’s Thistlecrack was installed as the bookmaker’s favourite in the horse racing odds for next year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup still came as a surprise to some. However, with the 2016 World Hurdle winner also being the odds-on favourite to retain his title in March 2017, Tizzard is clearly keeping his options open for the famous eight-year-old. Although he was up against a relatively weak field at Chepstow, Thistlecrack looked more than comfortable over fences, with jockey Tom Scudamore barely breaking a sweat in guiding John Snook’s prized asset home to victory. Read more »

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Breeders Cup Classic 2016

The Breeders Cup will be taking place in 2016 on November 4th and 5th. One of the prestigious races of course is the Breeders Cup Classic! This will feature the best of the best horses in the world who will meet to see who is the best. It’s been an exciting year of racing and these horses below all belong in this race to battle for the 2016 Breeders Cup Classic Champion. Click on the horse to find out extensive information on how they landed a spot in the Classic! Read more »

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How to Nail a Good Longshot

How to Nail a Good Longshot

Truth be told when it comes to horse racing betting and handicapping everyone would love to cash more longshot tickets.  This is because the long shots are the ones that have the most payouts but on the flipside it’s reward vs investment.  The reason that they are longshots is through a good study of the horses in the race this horse was originally deemed less likely to win.  For example if you a horse that is 3 to 1 this means out of 3 races this horse should win at least one of these races. If you have a horse that is 18 to 1 out of 18 races this  horse should win one race.

longshot

This article will give you some qualities to look for that might make a horse more likely to win the race than the odds play out. Read more »

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How to Bet on Winning Horses Consistently

Hello Horse Racing Fans! I have some good information that hit home to me and wanted to share with my fellow horse racing handicappers on how to bet on horses. These are what to do and not to do in horse racing that will save you some heartache in the future.

How to bet on horses~ Do Bet on Horses to Win

These are good bets if you have a horse that looks good in the paddock and the past performance looks well. Bet the horse to win even if it is a small wager. You can do the exotics all day long but not cashing a ticket in can weigh on your mind so don’t stay away for a small wager on a great horse to win regardless of the odds. A simple even if it is 5 dollars to win you can still get your money back with a little bit and say cash this in.

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