It was proving quite a difficult day right up until the very last rated race yesterday then, the only race in which I felt we had a definite draw bias to work with came up trumps. I like Bath. It’s a track I can read very well and when my …Read More »
Hi everyone, I hope you are all keeping well and making hay while the sun shines, after all, who knows how long it will last, but it does make a change riding out in the sun instead of the wind, rain and snow that we’ve become used to over the …Read More »
The best thing about writing for Post Racing readers is that they seem to love the sport and more importantly (for me), understand it – such a refreshing change from my average daily article, tip in every race mentality that (unsurprisingly) offers up more losers than winners, also known as …Read More »
A well weighted Grand National option at 66/1, will the real Finian’s Rainbow please stand up, and a new kid on the block with the very best connections.
As I am sure you can imagine all the talk at the moment in the World of racing revolves around Cheltenham and in our case, how much publicity can we get for our charity campaigns thanks to the exploits of a certain “Madam” known to you and I as Rosie’s …Read More »
Something to look forward to, missing information, and why its best to be British as a racing fan (no, seriously).
Naturally as soon as I open my big mouth to mention how the wonderful world of horse racing gives me an almost unlimited diet of interesting stories than the weather sets in, most racing is abandoned, and I am scratching my head thinking about how to earn my corn? Luckily …Read More »
Racing over the past week has being very steady, often only the one meeting and very often small fields. Now we are on the verge of a cold snap and with the winter conditions certain to disrupt the National Hunt racing (probably a bigger certainty than Rosie’s Lady (left), when …Read More »
You have to love Ron and the rest of the Post Racing gang, as they seem intent on giving me most of my subject matter each and every week – thank you Ron! I was one of the lucky ones in attendance at Wolverhampton on Monday afternoon where we greeted …Read More »
Hi everyone, I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas and saw 2013 in with a bang. 2012 was a mixed year for me for obvious reasons. This time last year I had a very uncertain future and it wasn’t until late April that I knew my appeal had been …Read More »
Answer – when it is run on ground more suited to planting rice, it’s run in a time more likely to be produced by cart horses and, when they remove some of the obstacles and change the course configuration. This last couple of weeks have been quite ridiculous. It is …Read More »
Swim for your supper – why the form could be worthless plus some hopeful selections for later in the week.
No peace for the wicked but that is no bad thing when your life is based around horse racing, and I have deliberately waited until after the Boxing Day cards finish, if only because it gives me something worth writing about with half the racing washed out and the rest …Read More »