Weekly Handicap Blog – 29th June 2021

2021-07-01T13:03:02+01:00July 1st, 2021|

Everything went wrong and she was dropped 3lb!

3 this week including one where everything went wrong and the handicapper dropped her 3lb whilst another who could drop back into handicap company and get back to form.

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Khaadem (Charles Hills) […]

Weekly Handicap Blog – 28th April 2021

2021-05-01T01:29:34+01:00May 1st, 2021|

Weekly Handicap Blog – Fences will be the making of him!

This week features 2 or 3 that plenty of you wont be agreeing with but I am confident that next season and over fences and he will bounce back.

Cap Du Nord dropped 1lb to 139

This felt very much like an end of season handicap change from the handicapper rather than dropping him because he had disappointed. His form over fences this year has been very good, 412355 with his only poor running coming in a handicap hurdle. He finished 5th in his final run of the season in the Bet365 Gold Cup where the right […]

Sandown Racecourse – NAP Competition Sponsor

2019-01-31T01:28:30+00:00January 30th, 2019|

Sandown Park – NAP Competition Sponsor

We are delighted to announce that @SandownPark will be sponsoring the NAP Competition twice in the near future.

Sandown Racecourse

One of Liam’s favourite courses to attend, Sandown is a course used all year round with both National Hunt Racing and Flat racing taking place. Some of the feature National Hunt Races run at Sandown include the London National, Bet365 Gold Cup and the Imperial Cup on the Saturday before the Cheltenham Festival.

Sandown is also the home to the fantastic Royal Artillery Gold Cup and Grand Military Gold Cup and it’s these 2 days that tickets are available for.

Last year the Royal […]