The two most competitive meetings of the National Hunt season take place at Cheltenham and Aintree and with that thought in mind we take a look here at how the shorter priced horses perform at the meeting over the past ten years. We already know that if you are short-priced punter over the last 10 […]
There are six Grade One races that take place at the Aintree Grand National Meeting, two on each of the three days. Here we take a look at the dominant trends in those Grade One races on the opening day of the meeting which will act as an aid to winner finding. The BGC Partners […]
Now if I was young again….. I might go to the University of Arizona, where they offer a Race Track Industry Program, to my knowledge, the only program of its kind. It provides students with the background necessary for a number of career paths
The recent announcement by Ruby Walsh that he will ride The Midnight Club in the 2011 Grand National seems to have had a strong impact on punters.
Due to the size and competitive nature of the field in the Grand National a horse with a double-figure starting price often wins the great race, but let’s take a look at some of the other statistics surrounding the betting on the John Smith’s Grand National. Since 1961 only 10 individual horses have been returned […]