National Hunt Horses To Follow – 2022-2023

2022-09-22T13:18:05+01:00September 22nd, 2022|

National Hunt Horses To Follow 2022 – 2023

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None of the obvious Constitution Hill, Galopin Des Champs, Sir Gerhard, Honeysuckle types….for me these are a bit pointless in these blogs as everyone is aware […]

Liam’s Weekly Thoughts – Look ahead to the next National Hunt Season

2022-04-29T14:31:59+01:00April 26th, 2022|

The Guineas are this weekend!

Chester Cup Early Thoughts

It’s the Guineas this weekend but Liam looks ahead to the Chester Cup at Chester (believe it or not) and highlights one he is keen on and expects to run a big race!

Handicap Mark Changes

A couple from the flat here including one for Royal Ascot and a few for the next National Hunt Season including 2 that SURELY have to be aiming at handicaps!

Graded to Handicap

Liam looks at a race yesterday where a horse should have been a max bet for some punters/analysts/tipsters and yet bizarrely […]

Liam’s Weekly Thoughts – It’s beginning to feel a lot like ‘Flat Season’

2022-04-12T16:27:10+01:00April 12th, 2022|

Guineas and Derby Trials? – It’s the Flat Season!

Handicap Mark Changes!

Liam looks at the Flat handicap mark changes and the hurdle handicap mark changes and highlights future targets such as the Chester Cup, the Greatwood Hurdle and even a long term Coral Cup plan that would annoy 95% of you!

Liam looks at the Chase handicap mark changes and highlights horses that he genuinely feels could end up in the Ladbroke Trophy, a horse he wants to see in the Ladbroke Trophy and one who most likely will be campaigned with the Grand National in mind next season!

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Liam’s Weekly Thoughts – Cheltenham Review & Handicap Mark changes

2022-03-24T14:06:14+00:00March 22nd, 2022|

Aintree, Sandown & Next season!

Cheltenham Festival Review

Liam looks at the Cheltenham races and highlights some eyecatchers including a couple he hopes are aimed at the Pertemps Final next season as well as which very impressive winner this season could find things tougher next year!

Handicap Mark Changes

Part 1 of the Handicap changes this week including looking at a horse who Liam hopes is aimed at the Becher Chase next season and one for the Turf Talk Podcast lads

Part 2 of the Handicap changes this week including a horse for the Ladbroke Trophy that Liam feels was harshly mocked for his […]

Cheltenham Festival 2023 – Yes selections already!

2022-03-22T13:38:11+00:00March 16th, 2022|

Cheltenham Festival 2023 – Liam’s Selections

I think the 2021 Festival has thrown up many winner who will win again and as boring as they are, I think come the festival barring not making it they will be shorter and most likely winners.

Supreme Novices Hurdle 

Arkle Chase

Constitution Hill @ 5/1

Constitution Hill was very impressive in the Supreme Novices Hurdle as was Altior & Shishkin for different reasons when they won the Supreme. Both went over fences the following season winning the Arkle. I think Constitution Hill does the same. Blue Bresil progeny have an 11.72% strike rate over hurdles […]

Cheltenham Festival Week – 2022

2022-03-17T12:58:45+00:00March 14th, 2022|

It’s Cheltenham Festival week!

Liam’s Cheltenham Thoughts

Liam looks at Day 1 of Cheltenham and how his Ante-Post bets are looking. He adds just 1 for Tuesday.

Liam looks at Day 2 and again adds 1 more horse to his selections for the week!

3 selections added here by Liam and he also highlights the BEST HANDICAPPED horse at the whole Cheltenham Festival. He also explains how to get the PREMIUM RATINGS for tomorrow for FREE!

The final day of the Cheltenham Festival. Liam looks at his bets and whether he wants to add anymore. He also highlights an early Scottish National selection! […]

Liam’s Weekly Thoughts – 28th February – 6th March 2022

2022-03-04T14:02:25+00:00February 28th, 2022|

Who runs this weekend?

6 Horses that have caught Liam’s eye!

Liam looks ahead to the racing this weekend and highlights 6 that he is interested in and 2 that he feels are worth backing now! This includes a horse available at 16/1 for the Morebattle Hurdle!

2 for the Bet365 Gold Cup & a Scottish National horse!

As well as briefly mentioning the very obvious Langer Dan, Liam highlights 7 others that had interesting handicap marks assigned this week. A Novice hurdler that may bypass Cheltenham for a handicap, 2 that are interesting in the Bet365 Gold Cup at Sandown and a horse who looks very […]

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2022-02-24T11:46:57+00:00February 24th, 2022|

Hacked Up Horse Racing Gifts – NAP Competition Sponsor

We are delighted to announce that @HackedUp_HRG have agreed to sponsor the FREE to enter RatingTheRaces NAP Competition.

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Hacked Up Horse Racing Gifts are a fantastic team where you can get hold of some awesome Horse Racing merchandise.

Going racing or if you are lucky enough to own a horse (or part of) and can go to the gallops take one of their amazing Travel mugs with a nice hot drink in to keep you warm. They come in a range of owners colours from Gigginstown to the colours made famous by Altior or Hurricane […]

Cheltenham Festival 2021 – Where Are They Now?

2022-02-11T13:09:52+00:00February 9th, 2022|

Cheltenham Festival 2021 Top 5

Last year this blog highlighted Fakir D’Oudaries who finished 2nd in the Ryanair at a whopping 50/1 as well as some other great runs.

Horses that run well at one Cheltenham Festival generally run well at subsequent Cheltenham Festivals either due to the way the races are run or because connections target a return and here we look at those who finished in the Top 5 of each race of the Cheltenham Festival 2021, the in-running low and where they are now and what the targets could be this season. This year we will be adding a video per race!

Supreme Novices Hurdle  […]

Pied Piper or Fil Dor for the Triumph?

2022-02-15T10:25:03+00:00January 29th, 2022|

Final ‘prep’ runs time for the Cheltenham Festival!

Saturday Review – Festival Plate Targets

Liam looks back at an eventful day of racing at Cheltenham & Doncaster and highlights 3 or 4 that he will be checking their handicap marks with the Festival Handicap Plate in mind as well as explaining who and why he thinks is the number 1 for the Triumph for Gordon Elliott

The Handicap Movers & Shakers

2 videos this week as Liam discusses a fair few horses. These include a few that he thinks will or should be aimed at the Grand National, one he likes for the Imperial Cup, one for […]