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Month: August 2018

Ebor Handicap: Teodoro The Value In Richest Ebor Yet

Ebor Handicap: Teodoro The Value In Richest Ebor Yet

Now a half-million pound race (worth £1 million next year) the Ebor remains one of the biggest races in Europe and with that one of the most competitive. The mile-and-three-quarter test is one of the quickest paced, enfeebling staying races on the calendar but the challenge of finding the winner is taken up and we have six against the field for you to mull over: BLAKENEY POINT Roger Charlton has already landed one of the other major staying handicaps with…

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Great St Wilfred Handicap: Dark To Power Home In Great St Wilfred

Great St Wilfred Handicap: Dark To Power Home In Great St Wilfred

One of the toughest sprint handicaps of the season to solve takes place this weekend as Ripon host their big day including the six furlong Great St Wilfred Handicap. We have six strong contenders against the field featured with a potential 20/1 shot powering home to give us a very profitable weekend. Dark Power Clive Cox’s Dark Angel four-year-old looks very over-priced for this renewal having finished a good third in a decent race at Windsor last time. That was…

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Stewards’ Cup: SDS To Rule The Downs Again In Stewards’ Cup

Stewards’ Cup: SDS To Rule The Downs Again In Stewards’ Cup

The annual cavalry charge that is the Stewards’ Cup takes place at Goodwood on Saturday and although we are unfortunately missing Wokingham protagonists Bacchus and Dreamfield, a near 30-strong line-up should provide plenty of quality and finding the winner once again will not be simple. Luck in running is something every winner of this race needs, the betting no doubt changing dramatically over the course of Saturday morning and again after the Stewards’ Cup consolation race is run as punters…

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