The most exciting two-year-old since Frankel

Kevin Blake discusses the impressive Dewhurst Stakes winner Air Force Blue on his At The Races blog. He also talks about his sire War Front, who’s covering fee was increased from $15k to $60k in 2012, resulting in a significant increase in the quality of mares visiting him. You can read Kevin’s full ATR blog […]

Are You Getting The Full SP?

In his Monday Musings on the GeeGeez web site, Matt Bisogno tackles the subject of starting prices and the potential ease by which they can be manipulated. A subject that has been brought into the spotlight since the recent running of the Grand National. He takes a look at some of the data on the subject and […]

The Grand National? It’s all luck

More than 600 million people will stake an estimated £500 million on Saturday’s race and according to an article on the MailOnline “40% of those who plan to have a punt on Saturday’s race will choose their horse based solely on its name”. The findings are based upon a survey by Crabbie’s, the sponsors of the Grand […]

Paul Nicholls outlines his hurdling plans for Cheltenham

Paul Nicholls exclusively reveals, via his Betfair blog, the running plans for hurdlers at this years Cheltenham Festival. His article also includes a link to a similar post he wrote regarding his possible festival chasers. He says that Irving remains on target for the Champion Hurdle and will be racing at Wincanton for the Axminster prior […]