Well it has certainly been a strange old week in the World of horse racing with numerous obscure stories finding themselves in to the trade press. Racecourses have grabbed more of the headlines than normal with Catterick the latest to look to put down an all-weather track, but is that …Read More »
Europeans get a bloody nose, off to the sunshine (please), a tasty Saturday trio, and come back Ron, all is forgiven (I need those stats).
Managing to be proved right and wrong at the same time is a neat trick of mine, but I managed it and in spades at Hong Kong last weekend, beat that if you can! The horses I suspected would run big races generally speaking failed to perform, but as we …Read More »
A runner for Postracing Sunday, a new a/w track just for Ron – and winners for the weekend of course!
***Stop Press*** I have just received info via Ron that Sleep In First runs at Kelso Sunday in the Kevin Oliver Christmas Handicap Hurdle currently due off at 1.25pm. ***Stop Press 2*** As I write I have just received a press release regarding planning permission for a new all-weather track …Read More »
Not quite a perfect week, and the humiliation of giving you all an odds on shot will haunt me for a while (until the laughter dies down at least), but please remember there are no prices available at the time I write my weekly article, and as I know those …Read More »
As my conscience has been bothering me, perhaps it is time for me to confess that I have finally given in and decided to start following Ron’s amazing handicap selections! Truth be told, I usually rely on my own interpretation of the form book coupled with the information, texts, and …Read More »
Starting with an apology is never the best of starts but I tried being a smart arse yesterday by writing a few tweets in advance only to get caught out with my trousers down when mentioning a horse who had been declared a non runner hours earlier! Not looking for …Read More »
As promised, a quick review of Ascot each day starts here with my thoughts on the first day. After eventually arriving (the traffic was the worst I have ever seen in all my years and it’s a train for me for the rest of the week), I arrived hot and …Read More »
When the opportunity arises to stir up the proverbial hornets nest who am I to look a gift horse in the mouth, and this week we have the age discrimination case of a certain John McCririck, the marmite of racing broadcasters – you either love him or you hate him …Read More »
At Post Racing we are constantly looking at how things can be improved to make sure our growing membership obtains pleasure and profits from their sports betting. Over the next two months we will be introducing you to two new football pundits, who will be doing their level best to …Read More »
Below is the text of the Newsletter that has already gone out to our members this morning but we want to introduce you to what we do. Have a read, feel free to share this with friends and then join us. The picture (left), shows Post Racing members at a …Read More »