Category Archives: Micro Angles

Spring Training Masters…

Tweet It’s been a long, wet winter of jumping wonders but finally the weather is starting to turn a bit warmer and the flat season has finally arrived. Before we know it we’ll be amongst the classics so we need … Continue reading

 
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Trainers to Follow in September

Tweet I had intended to do a big race preview today but I found the fare on offer so lacking in inspiration and value that I changed my mind. Instead, I thought I would bury my head in the books … Continue reading

 
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Drawing Dead…

Tweet Today we have a post from Ben Aitken of Narrowing the Field Fame. Ben’s just set up a new blog focussing on the flat – and in particular on Badly Drawn Horses. Take it away Ben! Badly Drawn Horse: … Continue reading

 
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Who’s best at Aintree?

Tweet As promised last week, I’ve got another interesting (and hopefully profitable) stat for the Aintree Festival which commences on Thursday of this week. Peter Bowen is something of an Aintree specialist and I would have been keen to flag … Continue reading

 
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Geraghty at Aintree…

Tweet I hope everybody is enjoying the first day of the Easter Break! I’ve spent this morning enjoying some time off from the daily stress of racing – although this afternoon I’ll have to plough into some prep work for … Continue reading

 
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Jonjo at the Festival….

Tweet Make Your Betting Pay has seen rather  a guest posting frenzy over the last couple of weeks ( as befits the lead up to the greatest race meeting in the world!) and today we have an exclusive article from … Continue reading

 
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What was I thinking….

Tweet Sometimes I need a hefty slap to the side of my head or a good firm kick in the seat of my pants – probably either will do – just to get me focussed on the things I should … Continue reading

 
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Nice November Numbers

Tweet   As we enter the jumps season proper, I find my thoughts turning to those trainers that always seem to have their string ready for a strong early season campaign. One such trainer is Emma Lavelle who consistently has … Continue reading

 
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Course Connoisseurs Part 2 – Update

Tweet   Today we have another guest post from one of my favourite racing experts, Ben Aitken of Narrowing the Field fame. Take it away, Ben   Course Connoisseurs Hi everyone. It has been around a month since my first … Continue reading

 
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The Johnston Enigma…

Tweet Today, we have a post from John Mac, professional gambler and occasional betting blogger. Over to John: “Following stables which suddenly strike form can be a useful tool in any punters armoury. However, the window of opportunity is often … Continue reading

 
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