Weekly Eyecatchers – Feature Races to Class 6 Handicaps

2022-07-13T16:51:05+01:00July 11th, 2022|

Liam’s Weekly Eyecatchers

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Part 1 – Feature Races for Saturday’s (Feature Meetings)

Liam looks at the last week of racing and highlights 6 horses who feels can win soon and highlights where they should […]

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 […]

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 […]

Doncaster Racecourse – NAP Competition Sponsor

2019-03-06T16:02:32+00:00January 30th, 2019|

Doncaster Racecourse – NAP Competition Sponsor

We are delighted to announce that @DoncasterRaces will be sponsoring the NAP Competition

Doncaster Racecourse

A fantastic and fair course there are plenty of feature races run at Doncaster throughout the year both in the National Hunt Sphere and on the Flat. Only a few weeks ago it played host to the Sky Bet Chase which saw Go Conquer for Nigel Twiston-Davies and Tom Bellamy win and he is now favourite for the Ultima Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

As well some great races in the National Hunt Sphere the course also plays host to many people’s Flat Season opener the […]

Saturday 13th August 2016 – A Day to be Brave

2017-07-15T12:00:04+01:00August 13th, 2016|

Today there is racing at Doncaster, Lingfield, Market Rasen, Newbury, Newmarket, Ripon and Tramore and some high class races.

The feature race at Ripon today is the William Hill Great St Wilfred Stakes over 6f.

Nuno Tristan has been running well recently winning at Redcar easily before finishing 5th to Librisa Breeze at Ascot in the Gigaset International Stakes and then he finished 3rd at Glorious Goodwood in the Stewards Cup Consolation race behind Hoof It and Related. He didn’t get the clearest of runs that day and may well have won with a clear run. He’s been raised 1lb for that 3rd place but with Adam McNamara not riding today and […]

The Classics Review 2013

2017-03-13T14:49:14+00:00September 24th, 2013|

The Classics

With the last Classic being run last Saturday it is worth looking back at the 5 classics.

The 5 English Classics were won by Dawn Approach (2000 Guineas), Sky Lantern (1000 Guineas), Ruler of The World (The Derby), Talent (The Oaks) and Leading Light (St Leger).

2000 Guineas: Dawn Approach confirmed himself as the early season 3 year old to follow with a very impressive win here galloping away from the field inside the final furlong to win by 5 lengths with Glory Awaits, Van Der Neer, Toronado and Cristoforo Colombo filling the next 4 places. Considering this was one of the classics only Dawn Approach […]