Archive for February, 2022

Horsing gear you can and should buy 

Horsing gear you can and should buy 

| February 27, 2022

Starting your journey as a horseback rider can be an exciting experience. And as all exciting things, you better be fully prepared for a ride. You have probably seen horseback riding on the tv, and might have boosted your fun with Grand National offers, but nothing beats the experience of going outside, settling your horse, and […]

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A Guide to the 2022 Cheltenham Festival

A Guide to the 2022 Cheltenham Festival

| February 19, 2022

Over in the UK, the Cheltenham Festival is the first truly prestigious National Hunt meeting of the calendar year. It’s also one of those rare occasions where casual punters join the serious betting community to make it a busy week for the sportsbooks. Cheltenham is also hugely popular in Ireland, partly because the meeting will […]

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A Useful Guide To Taking Care Of Your Horse

A Useful Guide To Taking Care Of Your Horse

| February 16, 2022

Horses are amazing animals that have been used for many different purposes since they were first domesticated. The power and size of a horse make it a useful animal to have as there is much work that can be done by horses. In modern times, horses are often kept as pets or riding animals, but […]

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Gain an Edge In Betting: How to Evaluate a Horse’s Performance Before a Race

Gain an Edge In Betting: How to Evaluate a Horse’s Performance Before a Race

| February 16, 2022

Knowing how to evaluate a horse’s performance before a particular race is vital if you want to increase your chance of winning. Therefore, before you select a horse to bet on a specific race, you should take time and do your homework first.  Evaluating a horse’s performance is what trainers do to know if their […]

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Honeysuckle: Is the super mare nailed on for a Champion Hurdle repeat?

Honeysuckle: Is the super mare nailed on for a Champion Hurdle repeat?

| February 14, 2022

Back in April 2018, a low-key point-to-point race took place on the racecourse outside the tiny village of Dromahane in County Cork, Ireland. Only three of the 12 runners finished the race (often the case in these amateur pointers), but the 7/1 shot that won did so in some style, winning by 15 lengths and […]

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The Leading UK Flat & Jump Horse Racing Trainers in 2021

The Leading UK Flat & Jump Horse Racing Trainers in 2021

| February 8, 2022

Behind every great racehorse is a great trainer, dedicated to the care and wellbeing of the thoroughbreds under their watchful eyes. These men and women are often unheralded, mostly content to take their place in the background, whenever jockeys ride their steeds past the finishing post. Of course, there are some who do enjoy their […]

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The best things to do after the Cheltenham Festival

The best things to do after the Cheltenham Festival

| February 5, 2022

Nothing beats the thrill of the Cheltenham festival and if you are planning to visit, there are plenty of things to do in the evenings. Read our guide on what to do nearby, this is a diverse list. With Cheltenham being one of the finest racecourses in the world, all horse racing fans will have […]

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