The Eclipse Awards

by ANNIE DALE THERE is no doubt that there should be five unchallenged winners when the Eclipse Awards go down later this month at Gulfstream Park. However, we know that will not happen when the awards take place on 24th. We have all seen how good Game Winner, Justify, Monomoy Girl, Accelerate and Roy H …[Read More]

Will Next Destination End Cheltenham Drought?

Next Destination

by ANNIE DALE Next Destination has endured disappointment in his two previous visits to the Cheltenham Festival, but will return for his third attempt at success when he competes in the RSA Chase in March. Willie Mullins’ charge has the right pedigree, although he has not managed to get over the line during the week-long …[Read More]

Which are the 3 best horse racing betting sites in the UK?

SOMEONE asked me the other day what were my favourite horse racing betting sites? Tricky one really as there are so many decent websites out there dedicated to horse racing and betting. There appears to be an increasing number of online bookies springing up, so have a look for example on this website, that breaks down horse racing betting sites and …[Read More]

Improving your horse tips for today

by ANNIE DALE It’s tempting to have a bet on the selection of horse races that take place every day but working out how best to pick winning horse racing tips comes with its obstacles. There’s no way of guaranteeing horse tips for today that are certain to win but you’re given the option to …[Read More]

Can forgotten horse Coneygree bounce back?

Coneygree

CHELTENHAM’S November meeting is gaining traction. It’s a bit of a mini Festival and increasing numbers of Irish visitors are hopping across the Channel for it. The BetVictor Gold Cup and Greatwood Hurdles are the two features but one of my favourite races is the 3m 3f BetVictor Handicap Chase. This year could see the …[Read More]

Accumulating Winnings At The Cheltenham Festival

2018 Cheltenham festival

by ANNIE DALE For horse racing fans – and indeed fans of quality sport in general – there are few better events than the four marvellous days in March of the Cheltenham Festival. The very best of the racing talent from both sides of the Irish Sea descendS upon the Prestbury Park venue for what …[Read More]

Lord Glitters on track for QE11

Lord Glitters

LORD Glitters is still on course for the QIPCO Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Champions Day. That’s despite a below-par run in the Woodbine Mile at Canada last month. David O’Meara’s grey was a leading fancy for the Grade One pot but got played up before the start and never got into the race, finishing …[Read More]

Enable v Sea Of Class in Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

Sea Of Class

GIRL power has been to the fore in the past 18 months on the flat. The lofty exploits of Enable last season were unlikely to be bettered during this campaign but Alpha Centauri, Laurens and Sea Of Class have all earned huge plaudits. So it is no great surprise that two of these fillies dominate …[Read More]

Mubtasim can strike at Ascot

Mubtasim

TODAY ENABLE (2.05) takes centre stage at Kempton as she makes her comeback from injury. It’s no betting heat as she jousts with Crystal Ocean but more a race to maintain a watching brief. Hopefully she comes through unscathed and can go to Paris next month to try to retain her Prix de l’Arc de …[Read More]

Mabs Cross in Nunthorpe tilt

Mabs Cross

MICHAEL Dods has already done it twice. Now he is aiming to do it again. Speed freak Mecca’s Angel won back-to-back renewals of the Coolmore Nunthorpe in 2015 and 2016. Now sprint specialist Dods is hoping that Mabs Cross can follow in the hoof-prints of his former star in the Nunthorpe at York on August …[Read More]