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Sceptre Stakes Profile

We have a bonus mail for you today with a race profile from Nick Hardman of the Betting School Insiders Club.

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The race we are looking at is the Sceptre Stakes (Doncaster 1:50)

I have pasted the full write up on the website but here is the profile.  

  • Rated 100+ Top six in the betting
  • Top 5 finish last time out
  • Trained by Roger Varian, Luca Cumani, Sir Michael Stoute or Mick Channon
  • Aged 3yo
  • Watch out for those that last ran in a handicap
  • Previous course form (win or place) should be noted

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Eyecatchers (Part 2)

Good morning all,

The second installment of my Eyecatchers is now ready for you to peruse, I hope you find it of some use.

Racing today isn't great, I'm afraid, but I do have a selection at Chepstow at the end of the piece that ought to be favourite, and isn't.

I'll do a round up of the Eyecatchers tomorrow and which ones we should be looking out for in the next few days.

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Eyecatchers (Part 1)

Good morning all,

The racing for the next few days doesn't look the most exciting and I can't see me going anywhere for a day or two, so as promised, it gives me chance to start catching up on the Eyecatchers from the last few weeks. It's Newton Abbot and Uttoxeter today, and tomorrow I'll do a couple of Flat meetings from Pontefract and Doncaster, before a round-up of any others on Wednesday. I hope you enjoy reading them and there should be a winner or two for the future in amongst them.

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Weekend Review

Good morning all,

It's the usual Monday fayre but at least Cartmel breaks up the monotony a bit. I know Summer Jumping isn't everyone's cup of tea – it's hardly mine at times – but concentrating on just one thing does seem to help, especially if I can get to as many tracks as possible to see the condition of the horses as well.

Anyway, we've just had a weekend peppered with Jumps fixtures, and it might be worth stopping to have a look to do a small review, and point a few things out that might come in useful in the coming weeks.

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