The Mighty Don looks cracking EW value in the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot on Saturday (2.25). An EW double with Lisp in the last
Two things common to long term racing fans are a love of the sport, and the practise of cognitive dissonance. The theory of cognitive dissonance,
I remember the big race of the day at Cheltenham as the Massey Ferguson, which followed the Mackeson (now the Betvictor Gold Cup) as one
8/1 One For Arthur in tomorrow’s 2.05 at Aintree should be taken without hesitation (Betfair and Paddy Power). Will blog my workings later. I’m astounded
20/1 Crosshue Boy for Saturday’s Becher Chase should be taken. Hasn’t raced at this long trip but risk more than built into the price which,
A cracking entry for the Tingle Creek on Saturday December 9th at Sandown, although the race was reopened before reaching its current total of 10 entrants.