Cheltenham Gold Cup 2016 Poll

Cheltenham Gold Cup 2016 Poll

By The UK Horse Racing Tipster
www.ukhorseracingtipster.com

Who will you be on this year in the Cheltenham Gold Cup?

Get Antepost prices, news on wind operations and changes in tactics at the original site www.ukhorseracingtipster.com.

However you can take his poll here.

 

View the full article here www.ukhorseracingtipster.com.

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Inside Information On Wind Operations Can Be Invaluable!

Inside Information On Wind Operations Can Be Invaluable!

By From The Stables

This is a recent message from a great horse racing information site: www.fromthestables.com

It is about the inside info from their 20+ trainers and specifically about wind operations and how invaluable information about them can be.

Usually they have a great effect on horses who have been under performing.

Who can forget when Big Buck’s came back to the track after his year off and was beaten by the recently operated on 66/1 Knockara Beau in the Cleeve Hurdle.

Afterwards people were shouting loud that knowledge of wind operations should be reported before a race so that the punters knew about them.

Anyway here is the message from the site.

The NAPS’s and NB’s have had another great month and we’re already guaranteed a profit in February so it’s all systems go heading into the big festival at Cheltenham. With comments from Colin Tizzard (winning at 5/1) such as:

The Cider Maker has had a wind op since his last run, he’s working like a good horse and in a moderate race he ought to have an excellent chance. For some horses a wind op works a treat and for others it doesn’t work at all, but even on his old form he’d have a good chance in this so if it makes just a bit of difference he’ll be hard to beat.

We’ve had a lot of info just like this with regards to wind op’s and such like which is just invaluable and really gives you the punter an edge.

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XMAS Betting Deals 2015

Latest Special Offers

By UK Hot Tips

The latest special betting offers – check out the blog section for up to date information however this page will have longer lasting betting offers on it.

Trading Tuesday

Want to join one of the top horse racing sites for ONLY £50 for a whole year and get your hands on 4 betting products, plus full access to all the articles, news stories, betting systems, statistics and more?

Then today is the last day you can do so. Either that or you can sign up for £10 monthly subscription instead.

Hop along to the site to check it out

www.ukhorseracingtipster.com

 

From The Stables

From The Stables are now offering the Tipster portion of their site for free for all members.

That means for just £30 per month you can get 20 top UK trainers like Nicky Richards, Marco Botti and Andrew Balding’s thoughts on their runners each day AS WELL as Ken Pitterson’s daily feed from the parade ring AND top jump jockey Noel Fehily’s twice weekly blog.

All for £30 per month.

Use this promo code TWIT005RaceHorseInfo to get 7 days free trial instead of 5. Or just click this link.

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The Duel on The Sussex Downs – Solow v Gleneagles

The Duel on The Sussex Downs – Solow v Gleneagles

By The UK Horse Racing Tipster

After today’s non runner by Gleneagles I decided to keep my cash for the big race this week – the “Duel on the Downs”. The big mile race this year is between the French horse Solow, the destroyer of the 2nd internationally rated horse in the world after American Pharoah (Able Friend), and the multiple classic winner Gleneagles.

Who will win?

Take the poll on the Google+ Free Tips Community > https://plus.google.com/+RobReidUKHorseRacingTipster/posts/6CtN3svYRQb

Or read the article on The UK Horse Racing Tipsters website.

By The UK Horse Racing Tipster

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Do You Want A New Way Of Betting?

Do You Want A New Way Of Betting? One That Rewards Good Tips Even If One or Two Let You Down?

By UK HOT TIPS
Top Tipster Leagues

Tired of placepots where one loss ensures your whole bet is ruined?

Tired of accumulators where the last leg can ruin your bet?

Well why not try a new site called Top Tipster Leagues who are offering a whole new format for betting on the horses.

They are a properly regulated company by the gambling commission and have a UK Gambling License so you can be rest assured your money is safe with them!

The best thing about their approach is that your “bet”, runs for the whole meeting, so if you lose one or two races, it doesn’t matter you can still win or come 2nd or 3rd and win money!

All you need to do is pick a race card you want to bet on.

Then pick the stake amount you want to risk – there are multiple levels £2, £5 and £10 leagues and you get to prove your tipping skills for the whole meeting (or more if you chose).

 

Want Some Reasons To Play?

  • The Top Tipster Leagues is the Newest & Most Exciting way to Bet on Horse Racing at the moment!
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  • The Top Tipster Leagues was created by punters for the punters!
  • Remember you will be competition against other racing fans and punters in daily tipster leagues for real money!
  • For just £2 you can bet on every race at the meeting!

And remember this is NOT A TIPSTER SITE – THEY DON’T DO TIPS AND THEY ARE NOT A BOOKMAKER – They are the most exciting and best value betting option in racing right now!

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So if you are looking for a new way to bet and fed up of the usual cons and tipster scams flooding your inbox why not try the Top Tipster Leagues?

You can play for as little as £2 or as much as £10 and depending on the number of players in your league the prize money would well be worth more than a winning placepot.

So if you’re interested why not check it out and get a free £10 for just joining?

 

By UK HOT TIPS

 

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Race Info and Free Bets For The Coral Eclipse 2015

Race Info and Free Bets For The Coral Eclipse 2015

By The UK Horse Racing Tipster

Tomorrow is the Coral Eclipse one of my favourite flat races of the year. It is a race which usually pits the best 3 year olds against some of the best older horses and whilst this year is a small field it is no different.

We have the 2015 Derby winner, the 3 year old Golden Horn, facing off against the 4 year old 2014 French Derby winner The Grey Gatsby.

Whilst the older horse hasn’t won this year so far he won the French Derby in 2014, The Prix Du Jockey Club, The QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes and The Betfred Dante Stakes as a 3 year old.

I have a good record in this race having won 3 out of the last 4 years with So You Think (2011), Nathaniel (2012) and Al Kazeem (2013). Mukhadram won last year in 2014 in what was quite a large pack for this race, 11 runners, and at a price of 14/1.

However this year we have only 5 runners which makes it the sort of tactical flat race I like and one that Golden Horn should win on form.

Although The Grey Gatsby had a good third year it’s form has since waned since, not winning a race but still coming 2nd twice this season. It seems to be the main threat to Golden Horn and I would be looking to see if any markets without the favourite had a good price for it as that could be a way to make some money.

Anyway here is my race card for tomorrow ordered by AutoBOT rankings. Remember these are predicted AutoBOT ratings using the runners LAST performance. Tomorrow when the BRAIN analyses the race they could change as the Course, Going, Jockey and Trainer performance will all be reconsidered.

However it is a good indication of rankings at the present time.

As you can see Golden Horn has 627 which is quite respectable considering Gleneagles has 1132 and most average horses are in the 100-200 range. Members can view all the latest top horses who have raced in the last 30 days here.

I think Golden Horn will win but there doesn’t seem much value in betting on it. Therefore I will be looking carefully at Without Favourite markets on Betfair, Paddy Power and other bookies to see if there is any value to be had there.

Coral – Betting Offer

Coral is doing a special new member offer of 5/1 for Golden Horn to win the race.

It really nags me that I have already joined and milked these bookies and I suggest taking them up on their offer if you are not on Coral yet as it’s the best price you will get. It sure is better than 4/11!

Coral Eclipse Offer – Golden Horn to Win the Coral Eclipse – 5/1

£5 Max Bet!

£20 free bet should your bet lose!

Enjoy the race!

15:45 Sandown Park – The Coral Eclipse (British Champions Series) (Group 1)

3 year olds and above, 1m 2f 7y, 5 runners

Going: Good To Firm, Good in places – Turf

Draw Horse Trainer Jockey OR My Rating Form Price
1 Golden Horn J H M Gosden L Dettori 126 627 1-111 4/11
3 Western Hymn J H M Gosden L Dettori 117 477 6144-113 14/1
2 The Grey Gatsby (IRE) K A Ryan J P Spencer 123 342 1621-242 7/2
5 Tullius (IRE) A M Balding J Fortune 112 324 2444-144 66/1
4 Cougar Mountain (IRE) A P O’Brien R L Moore 119 255 1590-403 12/1

By The UK Horse Racing Tipster

View the original article at The UK Horse Racing Tipster website.

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Royal Ascot 2015 And Fantasy Racing

Royal Ascot 2015 And Fantasy Racing

By UK Hot Tips

Royal Ascot starts today and I am really gutted that US horse of the year, California Chrome is not going to be running this week. I was really looking forward to seeing how he handled the tough Ascot course.

As you know US horses usually run on dirt and most of their tracks (just like their car racing) is on oval, straight, level courses. This is totally unlike the courses at Epsom or Ascot where the camber rises and falls so you could be higher up in the air on one side of the track than a horse on the other, plus the hills and dips can be as much as 8 busses high (Epsom).

Even though California Chrome is not running this week, I am really excited to see who will win in the Queen Anne Stakes today between Solow and Able Friend. He maybe the internationally ranked no 2 horse in the world after US Triple Crown winner American Pharoah but will he handle the course?

I sometimes think that with all the international big events such as Royal Ascot, Hong Kong Cup, Dubai World Cup, Breeders Cup etc that there should be a proper World Cup for horses to race each other to get their international ratings. It would be so good to see the best milers from the US, Australia, UK, France, Hong Kong and Japan all race each other.

Having to travel anywhere is the problem though, The Dubai World Cup, may call itself the World Cup, and be the richest event in the world, but it is run on a new AW surface, and horses must hop on a plane and adjust to the hot climate to race there.

This is what I think may hamper Able Friend’s chances today in the Queen Anne Stakes.

Whereas Solow has only had to come from France and the UK horses from down the road at Newmarket, he has had to fly halfway around the world. How this affects a horse mentally I have no idea but I cannot imagine it is too pleasant unless they are knocked out for the trip and given enough time to re-cover afterwards.

I remember when Black Caviar wore her rubber suit to travel from Australia to British Champions Day in the same year both she and Frankel were unbeaten. To me she looked more like a horse than a filly, but then we all know in Australia you are allowed to give horses steroids in training as long as they are not in the blood come racing day. To me she looked roided up, but then her trainer has denied this. Maybe time will tell.

Despite this it was such a shame they couldn’t have faced each other off to prove who was the better 3-year-old.

It would have obviously have been Frankel in my opinion but if you ask any Australian I bet they would say different, just as the Americans say Wise Dan would have beaten him if he had shown up in the USA for the Breeders Cup in 2012.

Of course it all depends on the course, the surface, climate and who has to travel to get there to race.

If a horse cannot take the climate change and sweats up then they could be unbeaten at home but lose due to that issue alone. Therefore if a true World Cup race were to be run the only fair thing to do is to hold it in a country with a moderate climate, and somewhere where ALL horses have to travel to race.

Otherwise it would just be unfair on the home-bred horses who don’t have any travelling and climate adjusting to do.

Seeing that US horses mainly race on dirt, we on turf and overseas countries on synthetic surfaces maybe there should be a three race play off on each surface. Turf, AW and dirt, so that to become the best horse in the world that year you had to get the best positions out of all three races.

Can you just imagine a race where Frankel, Wise Dan, Black Caviar, American Pharoah, Able Friend, Solow and other top class milers all faced each other off over 3 races held over the space of a month or so?

The thought of fantasy racing is one debated in forums all over the world, and it is one I think of all the time. Especially when an American pipes up to claim that Wise Dan would have beaten Frankel if he had shown up in the Breeders Cup as we all hoped he would, or an Australian claims that Black Caviar would have won on home turf against him.

I hope you all watched the Channel 4 documentary on Frankel that was shown last Saturday. It showed just what a powerful horse he was and when he beat the no 2 (at the time), ranked Cirrus Des Aigles. He was racing on really soft ground for the first time, came out of the stalls last, and had to catch up with the pack but he still won with style and a mad turn of foot.

Obviously his mad sprint over the Rowley Mile in the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket is something we will never get to witness again. What a race that was. He was drawn at he opposite end of the stalls from his pacemaker Bullet Train and just shot out and ran like a 100 metres sprinter on steroids. It was a race I will never forget.

I don’t think we will ever see anything of that quality again but it so gutting the UK flat scene has to submit to Dubai and put our best racers to stud at 3 or 4 if lucky. We hardly get to see them race once over 4 unless gelded and if we didn’t have to put stud fees in front of everything else the racing fan would be in for some treats today if a 7-year-old Frankel was still racing and able to attend today’s Royal Ascot.

Can you just imagine a Queen Anne Stakes where Frankel was able to race against Able Friend and Solow, two of the best milers around at the moment?

The thought of it just makes me a bit mad that we have to allow multi billionaire Dubai Sheiks who don’t need the money to concentrate more on Stud fees than the racing fans.

Anyway enough of my ranting and imaginary thoughts of a perfect racing world.

Let’s just hope today’s first day of Royal Ascot is amazing.

Will it be another winning favourite after favourite as it was last year, or will it be a drought of favourite winners as it was the year before?

Whatever happens lets just hope for some good racing!

UK HOT TIPS

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