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British Racing Braced For The Effect Of FOBT Cuts

British horse racing is bracing itself for a possible downturn in investment from their betting partners over the next few years as the government has decided to lower the minimum stake allowed on FOBTs. If you don’t know what they are, then…
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Leading Cheltenham Jockeys

Ruby Walsh will more than likely be the only name you consider when thinking of the Top Jockey at Cheltenham for the 2018 Festival but there are many more options to choose from this year that may surprise you. Rising up through the ranks and…
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Can Cause Of Causes Win The 2018 Grand National?

When looking through the Grand National contenders the horses can often be split into two different groups. The first is horses that have been really impressive this season, look to be improving and are taking a shot at the race. The second…

The Cheltenham Festival Fashion Tips

The Cheltenham Festival is the key fixture of the National Hunt racing calendar every year with connections targeting their horses the challenge for prize money that has now reached a record £4,590,000 across the four days. These increases…

Why Kiwis Love Betting On Horses

Why Kiwis Love Betting On Horses – Unparalleled Excitement. Kiwis from New Zealand love to bet on the ponies. Thoroughbred horses are amongst the most majestic animals in the world, with rippling muscles under the silken skin. The thrill…

The 1993 ‘Shambles’: A Grand National Like No Other

With this year’s Grand National just a few short weeks away, you will be reading many ‘best of’ and ‘greatest ever’ type lists. Of course, we have compiled our own versions of them and we look forward to you reading each one. However,…

Everything You Need to Know for Betting on the Cheltenham Festival

The Cheltenham Festival is the highlight on the calendar in national hunt horse racing. The annual meeting takes place in the middle of March where fans of the sport flock to the Gloucestershire track from the UK and Ireland to see the best…

Types of Betting in Horse Racing

Horse racing takes place over 360 days of the year in the UK and Ireland. On a busy Saturday, there can be as many as eight meetings. Therefore there is never a shortage of opportunities if you want to be a place a bet in the sport. There…

The Grand National: Bettor’s Paradise Or Rookie Mistake?

The Grand National is the biggest horse race in the annual calendar. It has been built up over the years as the one time when Joe Public will splash his cash at the bookies. Obviously that is great for the bookmakers, but is it good for the…

Three Of The Best Horse Racing Games

Anyone who enjoys watching real horse racing will probably have an appreciation for horse racing video games. And if you’re into placing bets on big racing fixtures like the Grand National or the Gold Cup or Queen Mother Champion Chase at…

Grand National Trial Odds

The Grand National Trial takes place at Haydock Park, tomorrow, the 15th February and if you fancy using your head instead of your heart when thinking about your bets for the ‘real’ Grand National at Aintree in April, then this race is a…

Glorious Goodwood

One glimpse of the view from Goodwood’s main grandstand and you realise just why it’s called Glorious in mid-summer. The sight of Frankel careering to a 12th victory on this Sussex Downs course last year was one that will stay in the memory…