Horse Racing Preview 23rd March

Horse Racing Preview – UK / Ireland

Here is our horse racing preview for Thursday 23 March 2017 across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd March 2017 – Chepstow 2.40pm – Rockwool Novices’ Handicap Hurdle

Hills Of Dubai – 5/2 3pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd March 2017 – Ludlow 3.05pmAlfa Aggregate Products Novices’ Chase

Gino Trail – 2/13 5pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd March 2017 – Wolverhampton 4pm – Handicap

Intense Romance – 6/1 E/W – 2pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 23rd March 2017 – Cork 4.35pm – Ucc Goes Racing Maiden Hurdle

Kaiser Black – 6/5 3pt stake


Hills Of Dubai has been off for 266 days but has placed in 2 of its 3 Hurdle starts. A good run expected for the Donald McCain trained Gelding.

Intense Romance has won both starts to date and though up 5lbs, the filly looks to be progressing with every run.

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Germany vs England Match Preview

Germany vs England Match Preview

Here’s our Germany vs England Match Preview which kicks off at 19:45 tonight and can be watched on ITV.

Gary Cahill takes the captaincy for tonight’s friendly against Germany in Dortmund at 7.45pm.

Gareth Southgate manages his first game as permanent England Manager after being Caretaker Manager for England’s previous 4 games.

England are without Wayne Rooney, Harry Kane and Daniel Sturridge due to injury which gives Jermain Defoe, Jamie Vardy and Marcus Rashford a chance to lead the line. Raheem Sterling missed training on Tuesday and is a doubt and Michail Antonio withdrew form the squad due to a hamstring injury earlier in the week.

Germany will be without Manuel Neuer, Julian Draxler, Mesut Ozil and Mario Gomez as they miss out due to injury. Lukasz Podolski will captain Germany in his final appearance at International level.

Germany have lost only one of 18 games played in Dortmund, losing to Italy in the 2006 World Cup.

England have lost only one of their last 16 away Internationals, back in November 2016 to Spain.

With both squads missing key players and with World Cup qualifiers to play this weekend, I expect the game to end in a draw – that in mind – Skybet have some very lucrative Request-A-Bets (RAB) on offer tonight.

The 50/1 No Goal Scorer/No booking points could be a good shout, however, the last time round these 2 sides met in a friendly in Germany, we thought the game would be a bore-draw – only for it to be a 3-2 thriller, with England coming back from being 2-0 down.

If you fancy a repeat of the last fixture than you may prefer the massive 450/1 England to win 3-2, 4+ Corners in each half and 20+ booking points each team could be more suited.

With it being a friendly we advise avoiding to many bets involving booking points.

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Horse Racing Preview 22nd March 2017

Horse Racing Preview – UK / Ireland

Here our horse racing preview for Wednesday across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd March 2017 – Newcastle 2.30pm – Betway Handicap

Codeshare – 2/1 3pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd March 2017 – Haydock 2.40pmHowdens Joinery Mares’ ‘national Hunt’ Novices’ Hurdle

The Nipper – 1/2 – 5pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd March 2017 – Haydock 4.10pm – Howdens Joinery Veterans’ Handicap Chase

Sunny Ledgend – 5/2 1pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 22nd March 2017 – Warwick 4.50pm – Executive Hire News Handicap Chase

Water Wagtail – 3/1 2pt stake


Codeshare won over course and distance less than 3 weeks ago and is aiming for a hat trick win and looks the one to beat as Mark Johnston’s Final has top weight.

Water Wagtail ran a good race when finishing 3rd on its last start and the step up in distance will suit the Emma Lavelle trained horse, with Daryl Jacob on board.

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Horse Racing - UK / Ireland preview 21 march 2017

Horse Racing – UK & Ireland preview 21 march 2017

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland

Here are my tips for Tuesday across UK and Ireland Horse Racing today, unit stakes advised upon each selection.


Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 21st March 2017 – Clonmel 1.55pm – Goatenbridge Maiden Hurdle

Strike Is Back 4/7 – NAP 5pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 21st March 2017 – Exeter 2.30pm – Higos Insurance Services Bideford Novices’ Handicap Hurdle

The Two Amigos 5/2 – 2pt stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 21st March 2017 – Wetherby 3.25pm – Handicap Hurdle

William of Orange 8/1 (EW) – 1pt each way stake

Horse Racing – UK / Ireland – 21st March 2017 – Southwell 4.25pm – Handicap

War Department 7/2 – 3pt stake

Gordon Elliott’s Strike is Back looks the stand out horse in this meeting. Finishing 2nd on its latest outing in a Maiden Hurdle race, running on towards the finish. Running only 3 days later but dropping in trip, the 5 year old mare will enjoy the run for the in form trainer.

War Department has been in excellent form for Keith Dalgliesh and though the draw may not be ideal, the 4 year old will give a good solid run and can notch its 2nd win of the month.


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Cheltenham Festival Day 4 preview

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 preview

Here’s our Horse Racing preview for the Cheltenham Festival day 4.

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 – 1.30pm – JCB Triumph Hurdle (Grade 1)

Defi Du Seuil has won 3 out of 3 here at Cheltenham and has also won all 5 starts over hurdles and looks a strong favourite. Landofhopeandglory has good stamina and the heavy ground on its last outing did not suit. Nicky Henderson’s Charli Parcs fell in the Adonis at Kempton but the trainers believe the horse to be back in good form.

Favourite – Defi Du Seuil
Value Tip / Bet – Landofhopeandglory
Each Way – Charli Parcs

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 – 2.10pm – Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)

North Hill Harvey runs for Dan Skelton, who has 3 entries in this race, looks to be the stable selection. He won the Greatwood at Cheltenham and has a great chance. Mick Jazz came third in its only Handicap race and could go well for the in form Gordon Elliott.

Favourite – North Hill Harvey
Value Tip / Bet – Air Horse One
Each Way – Mick Jazz


Cheltenham Festival Day 4 – 2.50pm – Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)

Death Duty beat a Grade 3 winner at Navan and then a Grade 1 winner at Naas. Though slightly lucky due to a fall from Augusta Kate, Gordon Elliott’s horse should give a good account. The Worlds End ran a fine race when coming in 2nd to No Hassle Hoff, with the winner receiving a 7lb pull on the runner up.

Favourite – Death Duty
Value Tip / Bet – The Worlds End
Each Way – Augusta Kate


Cheltenham Festival Day 4 – 3.30pm – Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase (Grade 1)


Cue Card has won at the festival twice before and though he fell in last years Gold Cup, he was travelling very well. The only concern would be his age and the Colin Tizzard trained horse may struggle to overcome some of the younger horses. Stablemate Native River has won the Hennessy, Welsh National and beat Bristol De Mai in the Denman Chase. He looks to be the main danger to Djakadam, who has come up against Outlander on a few occasions recently. Sizing John could be the surprise outsider, having come 2nd to Douvan at last years Arkle and this season, stepping up to 3 miles, having beaten Empire of Dirt.

Favourite – Djakadam
Value Tip / Bet – Sizing John
Each Way – Native River


David’s Tips for the Day

Each Way Double – Defi Du Seuil ( 1.30pm) and Air Horse One (2.10pm)

Single Win – Death Duty (2.50pm)

Each Way Single  – Native River (3.30pm)

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Cheltenham Festival Day 3 Preview

Cheltenham Festival Day 3 Preview

Here’s our Horse Racing preview for the Cheltenham Festival day 3.

Cheltenham Festival Day 3 – 1.30pm – JLT Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)

Yorkhill has a had an up and down start to chasing but has stamina as seen last year in the Neptune.  With Willie Mullins saying the horse could be a potential Gold Cup horse, Yorkhill will take a lot of beating. Top Notch should be his closest rival for Nicky Henderson who has made a great start to chasing and won a Grade 1 on his last start at Sandown as well as being a regular at the festival.


Favourite – Yorkhill
Value Tip / Bet – Politologue
Each Way – Top Notch


Cheltenham Festival Day 3 – 2.10pm – Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle (Listed)

Tobefair has been raised 63lbs for winning 7 consecutive races in a row and looks as though it may struggle, though does warrant respect. Presenting Percy has also been raised 16lbs but the Irish horse looks to still be improving. Isleofhopendreams should be close for the Mullins/Walsh combination.


Favourite – Presenting Percy
Value Tip / Bet – Isleofhopendreams
Each Way – Rocklander OR Tobefair


Cheltenham Festival Day 3 – – Ryanair Chase (Grade 1)

An exciting race where Un De Sceaux takes on Uxizandre again. The pair fought it out at the Clarence House Chase in January where Un De Sceaux won by 5 lengths. Uxizandre ran very well considering it had not run since 2015, winning this race. Alan Kings horse could reverse the placings with a run under the Geldings belt. Empire of Dirt ran very well last month when behind Sizing John in the Irish Gold Cup last month and has a great chance.

Favourite – Empire of Dirt and Un De Sceaux
Value Tip / Bet – Uxizandre
Each Way – Empire of Dirt


Cheltenham Festival Day 3 – 3.30pm – Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle (Grade 1)

Unowhatimeanharry looks to be the class act in the field. Winning its last 8 races and has had most of this field trailing behind him. Jezki , a Champion Hurdle winner in 2014 looks as though it can go close if reproducing its earlier form. Shaneshill has an each way chance having beaten Snow Falcon in January. Cole Harden won this race in 2015 and the good ground will be a plus.

Favourite – Unowhatimeanharry

Value Tip / Bet – Ballyoptic OR Cole Harden

Each Way – Clondaw Warrior OR Shaneshill


Cheltenham Festival Day 3 – 4.10pm – Brown Advisory and Merriebelle Stable Plate Handicap Chase ( Grade 3)

Diamond King won the Coral Cup last year and has only a 1lb difference from last year as Gordon Elliott looks to add to his tally at Cheltenham. Starchitect has won off its current mark and last years County Hurdle winner looks a strong prospect to overturn Baron Alco over this longer trip after losing back at Plumpton. Henryville, who will enjoy the ground, could also go close.

Favourite – Diamond King

Value Tip / Bet – Henryville

Each Way – Starchitect

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Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Preview 2017

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Preview 2017 – Image from Day 1 of Noel Fehily celebrating winning the Champion Hurdle on Buveur D’Air. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Here’s our Horse Racing preview for the Cheltenham Festival day 2.

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 – 1.30pm – Neptune Investment Management Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)

Willie Mullins has 4 in the Neptune, Bacardys being the best of the 4 runners. 3rd in the Champion Bumper last year, Bacardys has been touted to go and win at this longer trip. Harry Fry takes Neon Wolf to the festival and the former points winner has its first run under rules.

Favourite – Neon Wolf
Value Tip / Bet – Bacardys
Each Way – Bon Papa OR Shattered Love


Cheltenham Festival Day 2 – 2.10pm – RSA Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)

A tough race to decide upon a winner but Alpha Des Obeaux has a tentative vote. The 7 year old ran a blinder in the World Hurdle last season,finishing 2nd to Thistlecrack and though disappointing last time out, trainer Mouse Morris explained the horse had bled. Nicky Henderson’s Might Bite will also have a chance, running well on its re appearance at Doncaster last time out.

Favourite – Might Bite
Value Tip / Bet – Alpha Des Obeaux
Each Way – 00 Seven OR Our Kaempfer


Cheltenham Festival Day 2 – 2.50pm – Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)

Gordon Elliot’s Tombstone leads the market as favourite and was 4th in last year’s Supreme Novices’ Hurdle as well as beating Jezki in a Grade 3. River Frost has a 10lb rise in weights though the Alan king trained horse is running very well and looks as though it will fight out the finish with Tombstone. Willie Mullins has 5 in this race and Tin Soldier heads the line with Ruby Walsh aboard.

Favourite – Tombstone
Value Tip / Bet – River Frost
Each Way – Tin Soldier OR Taquin Du Seuil


Cheltenham Festival Day 2 – 3.30pm – Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase (Grade 1)

All eyes will be on Douvan for the Champion Hurdle as the Willie Mullins trained Gelding looks to make it 14 wins in a row. The 7-year-old looks extremely well treated and in the past 2 years at Cheltenham, has won the Arkle and the Supreme Novices’. God’s Own could be the ‘Without the fave’ bet. The 9-year-old has lost 3 this season but has run well in defeat and looks the best of the rest.

Favourite – Douvan
Value Tip / Bet – God’s Own
Each Way – Sir Valentino OR Fox Norton


Cheltenham Festival Day 2 – 4.10pm – Glenfarclas Chase (Cross Country Chase)

Cantlow didn’t have the best of runs at the venue in January when finishing 2nd but things didn’t fall right for the 12-year-old. Making the running did not suit and the race was a handicap, conditions should suit Enda Bolger’s Gelding. Gordon Elliot’s Cause of Causes could go well and Sausalito Sunrise, trained by Pat Hobbs, takes on a different test but should be capable of running into the places.

Favourite – Cantlow
Value Tip / Bet – Sausalito Sunrise
Each Way – Cause of Causes OR Auvergnat

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Cheltenham Festival Preview 2017

Cheltenham Festival Preview 2017

One of the biggest Horse Racing events starts today – The Cheltenham Festival – which means we’ve some time out from football to look the main races of the day from the festival to give our tips and opinions.

13:30 – Cheltenham Festival – Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)

Willie Mullins goes into the Supreme Novice’s Hurdle with 4 runners and the best backed is Melon with Ruby Walsh aboard. Last month’s Betfair Hurdle winner Ballyandy is 2nd favourite and the Twiston – Davies duo could be where the value lies. Nicky Henderson’s River Wylde could also go well for the most successful Cheltenham trainer, as he looks to fight off Nicholls and Mullins this year.

Favourite – Melon
Value Tip / Bet – Ballyandy
Each Way – Bunk Off Early OR River Wylde

2.10pm – Cheltenham Festival – Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)

Nicky Henderson’s unbeaten Altior is an odds-on favourite and quite rightly so. From the same yard as Sprinter Sacre and Simonsig, the 7-year-old looks un apposable, especially since deciding to not go for the Champion Chase against Douvan. Kim Bailey’s Charbel, who came 2nd to Altior at Sandown in a Grade 1 previously, along with Willie Mullins’ Black Caviar look to be the best of the rest.

Favourite – Altior
Value Tip / Bet (without Altior) – Black Caviar
Each Way – Charbel OR Cloudy Dream

2.50pm – Cheltenham Festival – Ultima Handicap Chase (Grade 3)

Singlefarmpayment leads the market for the handicap chase. Unbeaten in 2 races at Cheltenham, the Tom George trained horse is very well weighted compared to Gordon Elliot’s Noble Endeavour who has gone up 11lbs since its win in during Christmas. Holywell and The Druids Nephew look to be able to run into place money.

Favourite – Singlefarmpayment
Value Tip / Bet – The Druids Nephew
Each Way – Holywell OR Noble Endeavour

3:30pm – Cheltenham Festival – Stan James Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy (Grade 1)

Yanworth has won 7 out of 8 on the hurdles and is the favourite for Alan King. Having beaten The New One at Kempton, Yanworth has the beating of the Twiston Davies Gelding. Nicky Henderson’s Barain Power looks to have a decent chance though has a rise in class. Buveur D’air moves back to hurdles and has beaten Petite Mouchoir as well as coming 3rd to Altior in the Supreme Novices Hurdle last year and could well be the danger to Yanworth. Whoever the winner, this is sure to be one of the biggest races at today’s Cheltenham Festival.

Favourite – Yanworth
Value Tip / Bet (without Yanworth) – Buveur D’air
Each Way – Brain Power

4:10pm – Cheltenham Festival – OLBG Mare’s Hurdle (Grade 1)

The betting is all focused on the 2 Willie Mullins’ runners, Limini and Vroum Vroum Mag. Both previous Cheltenham Festival winners and could could take a lot of beating though Apples jade beat Vroum Vroum Mag on her return at Fairyhouse. Jer’s Girl will enjoy the trip but will find it hard to beat the Mullins pair.

Favourite – Limini
Value Tip / Bet – Apple’s Jade
Each Way – Jer’s Girl OR Lifeboat Mona

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bookie-secretsThe UK Gambling industry is huge, in 2015 it was reported that in the UK alone it was worth £7.1 billion…

That is some serious cash being bet every year for bookmakers to be making that sort of money.

This means that gambling is big business, the highlight being the word ‘Business’. While many of us treat the weekend accumulator as a bit of fun, for websites such as Bet365 and William Hill this is where they make their money.

It is no surprise then that an industry this big has a few secrets or tricks that it does not want you to know about as it’s what gives them their edge!

In this post, I share 7 secrets that bookmakers don’t want you to know about…

Did you know:

1. Accumulators

Have you noticed how bookies actively encourage users to place accumulator bets?

Most bookmakers now have promotions that give you an extra 10%, 20%, 30% or up to 100% bonus on your winnings if you win an accumulator. Or there are those bookmakers that will refund your bet if one of your selections loses… so long as you back 6 or more selections?

There is a simple reason why the actively encourage this! This is where they make the majority of their revenue! The more lines you add to your slip the more likely it is your bet will fail.

When speaking to professional gamblers the one thing that came out is that they back single bets 90% of the time, doubles 5% of the time and trebles 3% of the time. Only 2% of their bets will be accumulators, why? Because they are too risky.

Whilst the internet is full of stories of people winning thousands of pounds from their accumulators, they are a tiny percentage of the total accumulators placed every day at the bookies, so the bookies are still making a very handsome profit from these and will continue to encourage you to back them.

How many accumulators have you backed in your life? How many have won? Are you in profit? I doubt it.

2. Account Limits

Did you know that when you are winning, bookmakers will limit your account so that you can only put a certain amount on some bets? Usually a very small amount.

I have witnessed this first hand when betting with William Hill… After a profitable first couple of weeks using their website I started to notice that they were rejecting my bets… On further investigation, I actually found they were restricting the amount I could stake on my bets.

I had a double in my bet slip with odds around evens and the most they would let me put on the bet was £5. A couple of weeks later I tried to back a 4-fold at 10/1 and the most they would let me put on it was £2… Needless to say, I soon stopped using William Hill… Which is exactly what they wanted me to do. By limiting my account they knew I would eventually give up and avoids them having to actively ban me from their site.

Needless to say, I soon stopped using William Hill… Which is exactly what they wanted me to do. By limiting my account they knew I would eventually give up and avoids them having to actively ban me from their site.

This is why most professional or profitable gamblers won’t be using traditional betting sites because they will have been banned.

3. Overrounds

Did you know that bookmakers have an overround? Have you ever worked out the percentages of the markets you are betting on?

This is a complex subject matter for a post like this, but put simply it is like this:

If you sum up the total percentage probability of the odds offered by a bookmaker, you will often find that they add up to over 100%, often at around 106%.

As you will likely have worked out by now, that does not sound right… This extra 6% is the bookmaker’s profit margin on that market. So for every £100 they pay out to winners, they make £106 themselves.

In order to get yourself the best odds on your bet, you should look to find the bookmakers with the lowest overround. Or use markets such as Asian handicaps which tend to have 2 rather than 3 outcomes which tend to limit the bookies overround.

4. Tracking

When you are on a bookmakers website they are tracking you!

They will use your data such as your IP address to decide whether or not you have more than one account with them or to find out if you bet with another bookmaker and have been banned/limited on that other bookmaker’s website.

They also use things like cookies to track what you do to ensure they can limit or block your account if required.

I have also heard of bookmakers using your IP address to work out where you are to see if you fit into certain criteria to market to you in particular ways, for example, if you are in London they may think you have more money that users in other areas and offer you more attractive offers to lure you in as they believe you have more money to lose.

I would suggest you regularly clear your cookies from these sites and keep this in mind when you are making a profit from your betting as they will likely share this information with other bookmakers to have your betting accounts limited.

5. Bookies Promote Their Profitable Bets

This one should be fairly obvious but many people still fall for this.

If a bookmaker is heavily pushing an offer it is because they want you to take advantage of it. The one thing to remember here is that the bookmakers are not on your side, they are a business looking to make money so they are only going to actively promote the markets that they think they are going to make money from. They are typically the ones that have good overrounds as mentioned above.

If the bookmaker is promoting it, I walk away from that bet and look for something different. At the end of the day, they are a business looking to make money, so will market the bets that do that for them.

Avoid the hype, avoid that adverts on TV, pick the bets you have researched and not the ones put in front of you.

6. Bookmakers Talk To Each Other

Did you know that the bookies regularly get together to share information about profitable users? I have heard talk of a monthly meeting between teams from each of the bookmakers but I have not been able to confirm this.

It is in all their interests to find out about users that are winning big on competitors websites or to find out whether their users are linked in some way to users on other sites that are performing well.

This is how the bookmakers get together to identify syndicates and groups of people all placing the same bets so that they can limit those users, email address and IP address from making too much profit from their sites.

This is why you may find that after having a winning streak on one bookmaker that leads you to getting your account closed, you may find it difficult to open an account with another bookmaker as they have been alerted to your profitability.

7. Recreational Punters

Do you like the occasional weekend accumulator and a bit of inplay action every now and then?

As you new to gambling and learning the hard way?

Are you one of the gamblers who places bets on the live football matches when you see the ads at half time?

Then you are exactly the sort of punter that the bookies are trying to attract as you are classed in their most profitable segment of users.

You will no doubt have seen that some bookmakers such as Bet365 invest heavily in TV advertising at half-time in the live game on TV and across Sky Sports on the weekend?

This is because that is where all the profitable users are.

In order to avoid being in this group you need to start researching your bets, don’t place a rushed bet because you are watching the game live. Always take the time to check the stats and don’t just look at the odds in front of you and judge your bets on data provided by the bookies, they are there to take your money.


These are some of the secrets/tricks of the bookmakers. In order to stay ahead of the bookies I suggest you do the following:

  • Research all your bets before you place them
  • Bet with your head and not your heart
  • Never place a rushed bet. Think it over for a minute or two before placing it.
  • Be wary of bookmaker offers and promotions
  • Avoid accumulators and stick to singles, double or trebles at most
  • Only bet what you can afford to lose

I hope you found these seven bookmaker secrets useful.

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