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Thursday, 12 February 2009

The Best Kept Racing Systems Builder "Secret" On The Net

Most times when reading horse racing forums and other such "punter" sources of info you often hear about the very excellent and very free (up to a point) Adrian Massey horse racing site. A great source of information, statistics and ratings it undeniably is but are there any cheap and better alternatives to Massey in the vast sea of horse-racing sites out there?

Quite simply there are very very few. The most popular site for British punters is the racing post but with recent (crap) upgrades and a rumoured "soon to be a pay per view site" the options for the ordinary punters are looking.... well, Pathetic.

That's not quite true, hold your horses, ahem...

There is one very good site out there, it's been kept a secret by the elite few (ha ha!) until now. To put it plainly and without too much rhetoric the options you can wield using this site are quite simply VAST.

O.k. forget the hype! I would tell you now that there's too many options included on this site for the average Joe to handle and that's no joke. That's why in this game you should always specialise, whether it be in handicaps and form reading or trends and statistics and for me it's obviously systems. The site I shall now reveal is capable of supplying all the above and more.

TA DA! is the place I'm on about. Maybe you've seen it already? Maybe not, either way keep reading and I'll show you some of the features you've been missing.

Horseracebase in simple terms is an online horse racing database which presently stretches back to the beginning of 2003.

But in reality simple it is not because there are a large range of tools attached to the front end of the database which anyone can use to manipulate the data in a myriad of different ways to give many different perspectives on a typical day's races. Irish racing is included too. (Bonus!)

After logging in, the members area navigation bar has a few drop down menus that can be used to browse the entire site. In the screenshot to the right you can see the options available to the user, some of which I'll be exploring further.



Clicking the "Cards and Analysis" button brings the viewer directly to the page where the form reading tools are grouped together for easy navigation.



The racecard option brings up a screen such as the next one shown below. From these dynamic pages you can also keep the same racecard open but using the drop-down menu you can load the next tool for that racecard e.g. Jockey Stats or maybe you want to view the going statistics for each runner in the race. You would use the drop down menu to load the appropriate view. Each time the relevant runners remain on screen for your on-going analysis of the runners in the race.

You can even choose to view the entire days ratings on one page and again using the drop-down menus you can scroll through the various tools to access the ones you need at that precise moment. You can even sort the columns by using another drop-down box. For instance you might want to sort the card by forecast odds - Job done!! When you're finished, use the export to excel function to further manipulate data directly on your hard disc.

Included in the racecards are the HRB form ratings. Without going into too much detail as to what these actually are in this article, it would be easier to tell those readers in the know that you can add your own form ratings to the cards or even adjust the existing ratings criteria. Included in the database is a "ratings machine" which you can use to alter the existing ratings to suit your own interpretations of form lines - how cool is that?

All the trainers jockeys and horses are "clickable" so that you can dig further into from lines if you so wish and it all happens pretty quickly and easily. You can even open multiple tabs in your browser and have a different "large" view showing in each one. That's not so easily done using a desktop horseracing database program let me tell you.


There are even tools that allow you to follow the form of a horse/horses in the future. Maybe you want to see if the winner of a previous race will have his form "franked" by the runners up? It's all possible using the tools provided.

If you're into trend analysis the race histories page is for you. All the major races in the calendar are at your beck and call. In the this previous article some of the Grand National trends were examined.



By now I think you're beginning to see the massive benefits Horseracebase have to offer even the average punter. But It doesn't end there. My own favourite part of HRB is the system builder which I can tell you with conviction is absolutely enormous!!

There are 299 categories that can be combined in almost infinite combinations to extrapolate profitable data from yesterday's racing trends. You can combine elements from the last 5 runs of any horse/horses in any combination. Or you could look at the last time any horse won and compare it with today's data. The possibilities are almost endless. The builder is organised into two distinct sections shown in the screen-shot below.

Included in the system builder is the digger. It's a tool that is completely unique to HRB and can be used in a million and one ways. In the example below I've used it to examine profitable relationships between Uk trainers and jockeys, handicaps/non handicaps.

Doh!! Did I just give more profit away? Ah well if anyone tries to tell you that a system will become unprofitable in the longer term as everyone subsequently jumps on the same bandwagon and forces the odds to shorten over time then take them outside and shoot them!!! Twice!!

The public uses so many different criteria in their search for a winner that most systems just become part of the "market consciousness". The bookies couldn't care less about these apparent system trends. In fact they just want to balance their books on the day so that the liabilities are covered and a profit is guaranteed regardless who wins.

After a hard days night searching for profit using this pretty amazing racing systems builder you are given a raft of options highlighting the vital statistics for your system/s. The longest winning run, the longest losing run, the most profitable month, it's all there for the viewing.

When your eyes can no longer take the strain and you want to save your system. Each user is allocated a bank of 30 slots into which each system's criteria can be saved. From the System Slots page all the days qualifiers can be viewed or downloaded to a spreadheet so there's no hassle for retrieveing system selections each day Genius!!

The site owner Chris Bagnall is a jovial sort of fella and I managed to catch up with him to ask him a few questions.

Can you give the readers more info about yourself / your background and how you came to set up Horseracebase.com?

传奇sf手机版Yeah sure, I'm from just near to Glasgow originally but live in Dublin now with my family. Ive always been office-based but fanatical about sports, particularly horse racing and football. I learned some computer programming at college and when I became frustrated with the rip off culture/lack of decent resources for punting on the horses I decided to build a database. Everything has just escalated from there really, it naturally progressed into HorseRaceBase and by working with people who came and visited I invested more time and learned new things etc and just kept building the site up.

Horseracebase is a very dynamic database in terms of capabilities, which tool or tools (apart from the system builder as a whole) would in your estimation be the most profitable for a beginner/ intermediate to concentrate on?

Certainly the most popular for those just ‘popping in’ and beginners are the daily tools. The ratings often indicate the value horse in a race and simple stats such as the going/distance analysis make it easy to spot a runner who stands out. Another very popular tool for starters is the Hot Races function as it tells you straight away which races are working out well and people like to pick these out and follow them with My Races.
Let’s just say I’m a newbie to system building, what are your top tips or strategies for getting started with the system builder?

It might sound boring but my honest answer is to take the time to learn what each of the functions does. Its genuinely really simple and once you have the hang of it, its such a powerful facility that it becomes natural to start answering your own questions and finding systems. I'm in the process of adding some new help pages and examples to illustrate best use.
Do you personally advocate the use of systems in your own betting strategies or do you use Horseracebase strictly as a “form study” tool?

Its definitely a form study tool but yeah I follow systems also. The way I operate is I have many systems on the go at once. Put it this way – if you had ten systems, each of which had produced profit for the past 12 months and you decided to follow all ten – it isn't unrealistic to expect at least some of them to continue this trend. My genuine experiences are that they do and with correct staking and common sense its not difficult. Its not easy either and you will have some losing patches, so patience is the key.
The “Donation” price for Horseracebase is currently set at a very reasonable £5 per month are there any plans in the future to raise the price given the amazing value for money you are giving subscribers at the moment?

No, most donors do give more, but its up to them.
I’ve noticed that the ratings have been removed from the system builder, which in my opinion is a great loss. Are there any future plans for Horseracebase e.g A faster server to be able to re-integrate the excellent ratings?

It's not actually a server issue, its to do with how they are worked out and the fact they need to be compared to all within the same race on a mass scale. Unfortunately we had some idiots continually hitting the key pages and as they took a few seconds to load each time it was slowing the site. They will be back but an honest answer is I don’t know when.

How do you envisage Horseracebase in say 2 or 3 years from now?

With existing facilities improved and more features added. Using the feedback we get from our loyal members and the donations they give being utilised towards adding more data, software etc, these things as I already mentioned just happen naturally. We’ve only been online for a very short time and have developed so much, therefore 2-3 years will see some massive enhancements.
Kauto-Star or Denman for the 2009 Gold Cup?

If the conditions are similar it has to be Denman I guess. Based on the head to head last year and the fact Kauto was outclassed, but obviously this weekends comprehensive defeat and the operation recovery are a worry. Will be interesting, that’s for sure!

So then, whether you're into racing form, trends or systems is one amazing place for racing enthusiasts and although it's not free you won't find better value for money for a fiver anywhere guaranteed!! In fact I'm pretty sure there's not a lot of profit (if any) in it for Mr Bagnall except the feeling of satisfaction of doing a brilliant job.

P.S.There's also a good natured forum attached to the site and the members are very good at collaborating and passing good info on the day's racing.

Free Money, Fill Yer Boots!!

Yes I know hype Hype HYPE!!!!!

Worry not earthlings the time has come for me to spew forth that which I have been promising for a week. There's no turning back now. One of my own strategies for profit is about to be revealed. I hope that you'll appreciate what's to come given the poor reputation that horse racing systems have endured since clickbank, ecover frog and affiliates were invented. Over-hyped, Over-Priced and Over-here I think you'll agree best sums up 99.99% of the commercially available systems out there. So what makes this one so different to the others apart form the err.. free price tag?

For starters it's not based on a short term trend that's going to burn out soon. This racing system has been used in various permutations down the years I'm quite sure. The data used to build the system stretches back 10 years. Many form readers have used part of this system inadvertently or deliberately but they're mostly looking for value and I'm quite sure that's why the system actually works. The standard test for any sports gambling system is the ability to make profit to bookies sp using level stakes over a sustained period of time. Well in my opinion anyway. If a system can beat the bookies price at the off then it's got an automatic level of "gambling value" built in from the outset.

We're essentially looking for horses that are at peak fitness and are able to improve enough to win their next race without having to resort to the dreaded form reading which can be a lengthy process. Although now I've written that down I can see that the system could probably be improved on just by reading the form of the qualifying selections on the day as there wouldn't be too much work to do. There were 2 qualifiers in the last two days, both of which came 2nd. Second itis!!

So without further ado here are the rules that will duplicate the results in the spreadsheet which is provided below:

1: Flat and A/W Handicap Races Only

2: Horse must have finished exactly 3rd last time out

3: Race distance should be 6 furlongs or more

4: Horse must be between and include 4 to 7 years old

5: Horse must have run less than 7 days ago

6: The 2nd to last run of the horse must have been between and including 11 and 45 days ago

7: The Jockey must not be claiming over 5lbs

8: No Nurseries, claimers, sellers novices etc...

9: Horse must have a draw/stall between 1 and 10 inclusive

10: NO bets in November - have a holiday ha ha ha!!!

11: Betting Sp's between 4/1 and 25/1

O.k. then people here's the craic: Rules 1 to 5 are rigid. Rules 6 to 11 can be tweaked to varying degrees. The reason for the first 5 rules are: Betting value, fitness and race experience. It would seem that quick returners that came 1st and 2nd last time out tend to go off as over-bet favourites with all the betting value eroded in the skinny prices. The system identifies 3rd placed quick returners coupled with a lower price cut off set at 4/1. This ensures that this horse racing system takes it's main value from able and experienced horses (4 to 7 years old) under-bet in-form, possible improver's peaking in race fitness *what a mouthful*. None of these runners have suffered a handicappers penalty from their last run either.

Some of you are reading the rules to the system and thinking about how to go about getting the qualifiers from the racing post everyday? Well the answer is that it can be done but it's a boring task to do. That's where it becomes more profitable for someone who wants the extra money that gambling can provide and why many systems are never over-bet. Laziness on the part of the punter. Mugs ring Thommo's tipping line simply because it's easier to lose money than it is to win it. FACT. Just ask Gerry Attric.

Well you don't have to be one of the one's to constantly miss out. This system won't make you rich overnight but as part of a racing system's portfolio It could damn well put a big bunce in your pockets over the span of the rest of your gambling lifetime. So how does one go about making the process of finding the system's selections easier? How is one supposed to go about betting on these, how should one organise one's betting bank to maximise profits and protect against losing runs? See the related posts heading below.

Here's the spreadsheet for the results going back 10 years.

Update 10th Feb '09:

Qualifiers to date: 1020
Strike Rate: 16%
Highest Odds: 25/1 Lowest Odds: 4/1
Profit To 1 Point Level Stakes: 375
Return On Investment: 37%!!!
Longest Losing Run: 26 (once)
Losing Run Of 20 or More: 3 times
Losing Run Of 15 or More: 10 times
Losing Run of 10 or more: 34 times

Related Posts:

The Best Kept Racing Systems Builder "Secret" On The Net

How To Use Hrb With James Bond's Free System

How Best To Stake Mr Bond's Free System

Free Horse Racing System No. 2

Tipster Or Not To Tipster - That Is the Question

Thursday, 26 February 2009

Free Horse Racing System No. 2

I said I'd do it and I have, I must be mad. That's 2 free systems and almost 500 points at SP in the last 5 years for FREE.

If you're an experienced bettor the system rules are shown to the left and you can get the selections from the racing post or horseracebase. If you're new to the blog then you might like to familiarise yourself with the following post detailing the last free system rules and HRB setup information.

This time were are dealing with handicaps in Jump racing codes but the theme of the system is similar to the flat system before. The theme is fitness and odds values. We are basically outsmarting the majority punter's view on the race by spotting the value in the odds that were missed by the said majority.

Horses that placed 3rd 4th and 5th last time out and the fallers (an inevitable part of jump racing), unseated riders and those horses that were pulled up etc. Most of these will go off "underbet" or at value prices on their next outing. Add these factors together and watch for the trainer running them at peak fitness.

We are looking for the trainer to enter them quickly (within 5 days of their last race) to capitalise on a horse that is likely peaking in fitness. We are also looking for horses that have had more than 5 runs in the last year thereby proving they are race fit (not too frequently raced though). The last part of the system deals with experienced horses. 3 and 4 year olds are not considered for this system due to having much less experience compared to other older runners.

Here's the basic screenshots for setting up in HRB (follow the 9 tick boxes). More detailed instructions can be found once again in the post detailing the previous free system.




传奇sf手机版 There's one more tick-box, right next to the GO button.

Now that there's two free systems to start you off it would be nice to take a look at the past performance and betting strategies to use. As with the other free system it would be a huge advantage to take the early prices on the lower priced qualifiers. I can't prove it without running live tests but I would be 90% sure to beat the sp prices on most of the winners. Also the systems both use a cutoff value at SP of 4/1 below which the prices become break even or even worse a loss. I do know for a fact that there will be selections that start well below our value point which will have been available at much higher prices earlier in the day.

传奇sf手机版By getting a price above 4/1 for a runner that goes off under 4/1 should be left in play as the value is automatically inherent in the selection although it might not be an official qualifier. This happened last week and the selection went on to win. Or you could decide to just scalp the value by having a free bet or what's commonly known as a back to lay. Maybe you backed a horse at 7/1 early price and then notice it's 3/1 on betfair just before the off. You could lay off for the same stake and scalp the value in a free bet. There are many ways to use this approach.

On the 18/1 and over selections it would be wise to place a bet at betfair sp or just place the bet a minute or so before the off because the betfair prices on these is usually way higher on average thus giving guaranteed value in the bet. Even so the profit from both systems has been over 450 points to just ordinary SP bets.

传奇sf手机版So then here's a detailing each bet to SP and included is a ratchet staking plan that would have returned over £40,000 in 5 years from an initial investment of £1k. Don't forget to put me on your Christmas card list!

传奇sf手机版Related posts:

The Best Kept Racing Systems Builder "Secret" On The Net

How To Use Hrb With James Bond's Free System

How Best To Stake Mr Bond's Free System

Free Money, Fill Yer Boots!!

Tipster Or Not To Tipster - That Is the Question

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 18th Early Doors

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

I've put up the first few selections early today so that I can be a good dad. I'm taking my 8 year old and her best friend to see BOLT at the cinema and I have a good idea that I might be late back before racing starts. I thought it best to put this post up now (8.30 am) well in advance so I have one less task to do when arriving home. All I'll have to do now is edit this post. As soon as I've removed the non runners I'll be able to quick edit where necessary. I hope this movie is good otherwise I'm going to be very bored.

Edit: 13:40 the movie was cool ha ha. I've now put the rest of the selections up. Let's have a couple of "bolt -ins".

Saturday, 29 May 2010

Long Shot Kicked De Bucket

When I first started this I had no idea what was to come, I knew what I wanted but the way things panned out were rather different. I guess I am talking about serendipity.

ser·en·dip·i·ty (sěr'ən-dĭp'ĭ-tē)
n. pl. ser·en·dip·i·ties

The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident.

The fact or occurrence of such discoveries.

An instance of making such a discovery.


[From the characters in the Persian fairy tale The Three Princes of Serendip , who made such discoveries, from Persian Sarandīp , Sri Lanka , from Arabic sarandīb .]
ser'en·dip'i·tous adj. , ser'en·dip'i·tous·ly adv.


I put my foot on the bottom step not knowing what might lay on the 10th step, the 20th step or any step that could not be seen from the beginning. I just knew to follow the path, I am still on that path albeit I've taken a few twists, turns and forks. I've suffered setbacks, humiliations, financial hardship and numerous other obstacles. I've learned to stand tall and face whatever comes without flinching, turning away or giving up. I've also found new friends, made some great personal discoveries and found great tranquility. It's been a great journey so far and there's an even bigger journey ahead.

On this blog I set out to prove that horse racing systems could beat the genuine racing tipsters and in the process I joined their clan. I became the object against which I was opposing. I am a horse racing tipster, this supposed dirty label to all who've succumbed to the downright criminal con-men, the clueless and the simply mediocre tipsters that seem to dominate this profession I find myself involved in. I offer no defence or prosecution of the racing tipster. I am who I am, they are who they are.

The afforementioned feat I set out to achieve has been accomplished. A thread called was started on the punter's lounge forum. If this task was to be proven then it needed to be done in public using a time-stamped medium so that there could be no-cheating or bending the rules. The measurement was to be carried out with 1 point level stakes. The daily job of putting up selections was duly carried out and is still ongoing. The results speak for themselves. Can anyone deny that 1,000+ points to 1 point level stakes in 18 months is sufficient proof that the original assignment I set myself has been completed?

I've searched all the well known genuine racing proofing resources for the evidence of the case against and I can find none so far. It therefore remains only to draw a line under this experiment and move on. I'm not 100% sure where the next steps lead, I can only believe that the direction is generally favourable, and I'm looking forwards to it. In fact there's plenty of interesting writing angles to explore from the viewpoint I presently occupy. If anyone reading this wants to have an input then please leave a comment.

As ever, stay lucky! Jb

Friday, 20 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 20th

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

There are no hurdle qualifiers today and I doubt that many of the Southwell selections will qualify either which will make things a lot easier. The free system is not showing any selections today.

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 10th

The continuing poor weather and ground conditions has put paid to both turf meetings at Newcastle and Folkestone this afternoon so what is left? Southwell and Lingfield is the answer and here are todays selections.

Using the 18/1 is the lower cut off point for any qualifiers at Southwell with 100/1 being the highest (this will cut a lot of selections) and for Lingfield 7/1 to 33/1 should be used.

It would be nice to land a fat winner today. Good luck if you're playing along.





Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1 Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
National Hunt Flat Races: SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell): SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell: SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf: SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Friday, 6 March 2009

Racing Selections Mar 6th

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

No racing problems that can be detected. I just hope there's a couple of decent priced winners in there today. Stay lucky!

Monday, 2 March 2009

Racing Selections Mar 2nd

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Another straight-forwards day. Good news for the system yesterday a 20 point profit.

I'm just getting the results update in order and expect to post these this evening.

In the meantime a musical interlude followed by an afternoon of racing. Take care.



Friday, 27 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 27th

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Running a little late with using google docs but still posted before racing. Another fairly straight-forward day.

Saturday, 21 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 21st

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Plenty of racing on and not many non-runners so far. I may need to keep a beady eye on those during the day. I'll keep the blog topped up if necessary.

Thursday, 12 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 12th


Well at least the turf racing is back let's hope we can capitalise today.

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1 Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
National Hunt Flat Races: SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell): SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell: SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf: SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Racing Selections 11th Feb


Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1 Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
National Hunt Flat Races: SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell): SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell: SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf: SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

传奇sf手机版Not much on again today but that's racing!


Saturday, 6 June 2009

Racing Selections Jun 6th

Update later. Here's the selections.



Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1
Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1
NH Flat Races:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
AW (Not southwell):
SP 7/1 to 33/1
AW Southwell:
SP 18/1 to 100/1
Flat Turf:
SP 18/1 to 100/1

Results to Betfair SP

Stay lucky! JB

Friday, 22 May 2009

Racing Selections May 22nd

Going out early but I've put selections on punters lounge:




Update over the weekend at some point.

Friday, 13 February 2009

Racing Selections Non Runner Update.

A non runner change in the 17:00 @ Lingfield
2 new selections to add: Ardmaddy & Sand Repeal

Saturday, 7 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 7th


EDIT: 1:00pm. Apologies I posted todays selections mixed with tomorrows now corrected. Ta.
With non runners and cancelled meetings yesterday was a complete short price day. If you've been reading the previous posts you'll know that I don't bet on anything that is under 7/1 at the off so there wasn't much doing yesterday at all and those horses that did run in the preferrred odds range didn't give us a winner, but no biggie.


On to today and again there are plenty of non runners to be aware of and odds ranges to bear in mind with each system.

Hurdles: SP 7/1 to 100/1 Chases: SP 7/1 to 66/1 National Hunt Flat Races: SP 18/1 to 100/1 AW (Not southwell): SP 7/1 to 33/1 AW Southwell: SP 18/1 to 100/1 Flat Turf: SP 18/1 to 100/1
Results to Betfair SP


Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Racing Selections Feb 4th

A few selections for the AW. They will only qualify at the off by using live show odds of between 7/1 and 33/1.


13:30 Lingfield Sign of The Cross
15:35 Lingfield Satwa Street
16:40 Lingfield Young Bertie
16:40 Lingfield Straight And Level
16:40 Lingfield Wavertree Warrior
19:50 Kempton Marmooq
19:50 Kempton Bishopbriggs
20:50 Kempton Black N Brew
21:20 Kempton Flamboyant Red

Saturday, 22 May 2010

Racing Selections May 22nd

2.00. Munaawer (USA) Haydock
2.05. Sri Kuantan (IRE) York
2.30. Rakaan (IRE) Haydock
2.30. Aerodynamic (IRE) Haydock
2.30. Al Farahidi (USA) Haydock
2.30. Gumnd (IRE) Haydock
2.30. Desert Auction (IRE) Haydock
2.55. Methaaly (IRE) Chester
3.10. Macarthur York
3.20. Yahrab (IRE) Goodwood
3.25. Invincible Force (IRE) Chester
3.50. Irie Ute Goodwood
4.50. Vested Interest York
5.00. Orsett Lad (USA) Goodwood
5.10. Geneva Geyser (GER) Chester
5.10. Bagutta Sun Chester
5.15. Gold Crusher (USA) Haydock
5.20. Grandmas Dream Lingfield
5.25. Middlemarch (IRE) York
5.25. Sedgwick York
5.35. Kaolak (USA) Goodwood
5.35. Aldermoor (USA) Goodwood
5.45. Royal Patriot (IRE) Chester
6.05. Mytivil (IRE) Newbury
6.05. Django Reinhardt Newbury
6.05. Idol Deputy (FR) Newbury
6.35. Fastada (IRE) Newbury
6.35. Whoateallthepius (IRE) Newbury
6.35. Second Encore Newbury
7.05. Baylini Newbury
7.30. Craicajack (IRE) Lingfield
7.30. Dilys Maud Lingfield
7.30. Curlew (IRE) Lingfield
7.40. Picansort Newbury
7.40. Brodys Boy Newbury
7.40. Serious Matters (IRE) Newbury
8.00. Star Prospect (IRE) Lingfield
8.15. Lapina (IRE) Newbury
8.15. Outland (IRE) Newbury
8.15. Phoenix Flight (IRE) Newbury
8.35. Denton Ryal Lingfield
8.35. Sancho Panza Lingfield
8.35. Little Meadow (IRE) Lingfield
8.35. Rock Of Eire Lingfield
8.45. Al Khimiya (IRE) Newbury
8.45. Ramamara (IRE) Newbury


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Thursday, 20 May 2010

Racing Selections May 20th

1.50. Bay Of Fires (IRE) Haydock
1.50. Commercial (IRE) Haydock
2.10. Hilltop Legacy Southwell
2.20. Celtic Anu Haydock
2.20. Karafuse (IRE) Haydock
2.20. Miss Cosette (IRE) Haydock
2.20. Moorland Boy Haydock
2.20. Wild Hysteria (IRE) Haydock
2.30. Knar Mardy Wetherby
2.40. Bold Hawk Southwell
2.50. Pitbull Haydock
3.15. Guga (IRE) Southwell
3.15. Tilapia (IRE) Southwell
4.15. Fortunes Fool Wetherby
4.15. General Simara Wetherby
5.05. Blazing Desert Haydock
5.05. Brootommitty (IRE) Haydock
5.05. Tinseltown Haydock
5.25. Admirals Way Southwell
5.25. Hilltop Alchemy Southwell
6.00. Bathwick Freeze Salisbury
6.30. Admiral Sandhoe (USA) Salisbury
6.30. Ghost Dancer Salisbury
6.30. Witchry Salisbury
6.50. Come On Safari (IRE) Sandown
6.50. Scottish Boogie (IRE) Sandown
7.05. Smokey Ryder Salisbury
7.40. Flyinflyout Salisbury
7.40. Highland Cadett Salisbury
7.40. Mister Pleau (USA) Salisbury
7.40. Sefton Park Salisbury
8.00. Kathleen Frances Sandown
8.00. Latent Light (USA) Sandown
8.00. Stoical (IRE) Sandown
8.15. Acquaviva Salisbury
8.15. Lilli Palmer (IRE) Salisbury
8.15. Piccolo Blue Salisbury
8.15. Poppy Golightly Salisbury
8.45. Blues Forever (IRE) Salisbury
8.45. Louisiana Gift (IRE) Salisbury
8.30. Stolen Light (IRE) Sedgefield
8.50. Alaska River (IRE) Worcester
8.50. Glad Schipi (FR) Worcester
8.50. Miss Harriet Worcester
8.50. Pathlow (IRE) Worcester
9.00. Appeal Denied (IRE) Sedgefield
9.00. Ramblees Holly Sedgefield
9.00. Tirol Livit (IRE) Sedgefield


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