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The Podcast is back with a bang!

It might have been a last minute decision, and we might only have decided on content at 9-30am that same morning, but the Friday Podcast Sean Trivass and I produced finished with Sean saying, “before we go, can I just tell everyone about a horse called VALYRIAN STEEL” He then …

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The Post Racing 500 Words Competition

We now have a dedicated website for this initiative and if you have kids or grandkids aged between 5-13, please give them a pen and a piece of paper and get them to start constructing their story. On the new website at www.postracing500words.co.uk you’ll find the rules, how to enter, hints, …

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Cheltenham Special Review – Day 4

It could have been stunning….it should have been stunning! On the Wednesday of the 2018 Festival, Post Racing members took over £250,000 off the layers and had the first four advices won on this day, they’d have done the same, or better. If only life was like that! TRIUMPH HURDLE …

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Cheltenham Special Review – Day 3

At least one day out of the four can be described as “tricky” and the Wednesday this week was that day. I didn’t actually think that finding the winners this day was difficult….it’s just that I didn’t find them all. Day 4 was brilliant though….that review will follow tomorrow 😉 …

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The 500 Word Writing Competition

Have you got kids aged between 5 and 13 with a creative mind?   Are they driving you nuts right now? Are you driving them nuts right now?!   Post Racing is running a writing competition for 5-9 year olds and 10-13 year olds.   PLEASE SHARE THIS!!    THE …

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Cheltenham Review – Day 2

A profit from Day 1 and Wednesday is traditionally good to us. I made a profit from three of the four races I played on Day 2 and I’ll always take that. BALLYMORE NOVICES’ HURDLE We nailed the 8/1 winner in the dutch last year but I doubt very much …

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Cheltenham Special Review – Day 1

I had a profitable Cheltenham Festival working with both Profiling and Ratings. Of the 28 races I bet on 19 and secured profit from 12. The first day was very good but had I opted to advise RAVENHILL as “the one”, as I should have done, I’d have been turning …

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A Pertemps Hurdle plot?

In December, they ran a Pertemps qualifier at Leopardstown and that is an extremely important provider of clues when it comes to nailing the winner of the Final. ln 2018 Gordon Elliott put SIRE DU BERLAIS in that qualifier, in which he had to fill one of the first six …

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