Jan 5: Johnb’s Racing Tips & Chat

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JOHNB is up and running for 2017 after his double-stake tip did the job on Wednesday for a 3.5pt profit.

He’s now 7.5pts down for the month and has another joint Nap/NB among his Thursday selections.

Johnb’s Thursday Tips

Southwell 12:35
Mister Morse 10-3 bet365

Lingfield 2:20
Cool Sky 2-1 NAP/NB bet365(double stake)

I liked the run of this horse last time out and looked as good as ever. Richard Johnson is back onboard which enhances this horse’s chance although on form alone Cool Sky is the one to beat, back down in distance also a plus.

Double 12-1 bet365

Antepost Tips

  • 1000 Guineas 2017 – PROMISE TO BE TRUE 20-1 Betfred (now 25-1)
  • 2000 Guineas 2017 – CHURCHILL 20-1 bet365 (now 6-4)
  • 2017 Derby – CHURCHILL 33-1 Racebets (now 7-1)
  • 2000 Guineas 2017 – BLUE POINT 14-1 racebets (now 33-1)

Johnb says: “I have already advised Churchill for next year’s 2000 Guineas & Derby – he has been really impressive this season and my view is he will get even better next year.

“Blue Point on the other hand is harder to call for how he will progress next year. If he trains on then in my view it’s a straight fight between Blue Point & Churchill but in the Derby Churchill is the only horse for me – he gives me the same excitement as Golden Horn did.

“But to answer my question earlier the most impressive horse I have seen this year is BLUE POINT with Churchill and Annie Power a close second and third.”

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94 Comments
  1. Profile photo of davyb
    davyb 2 weeks ago

    essenaitch 12.35 s
    Einstein 1.05 s
    arcane dancer 1.35 s
    party tiger 4.00 w
    gl

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    alanm 2 weeks ago

    Great stat for tomorrow 3yr handicap races Wolverhampton FAV’s races 1027 wins 405 39% win rate level stakes £199,43 profit to a £1
    Races tomorrow 3,30 4.00 GL

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      trotters 2 weeks ago

      Hey allan fella wot do u think of cool sky! I no john feels strong on it and thats all good. But how do u? It is important to find out opinions on each others naps i feel on the site as it does help make a decision. Thanks again for today. And john well done hope u can bang those wins in as ur luck has been a miss mate! Gl

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    llamados28 2 weeks ago

    Ling 14.20 Cool sky 15/8
    South 14.10 Brideys Lettuce 10/3
    GL all

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    harryjw 2 weeks ago

    Evening all,

    After a small but sweet each way profit yesterday I’ve got a few selections (including a increased stake) bet for the first day of the Meyday carnival tomorrow and one from the jumps. Amazingly two of my selections have the same name tomorrow- so DONT get confused and It’s not a mistake. I personally think the carnival is one of the highlights of the racing calendar.

    One small gripe why is it for 2 days on the spin now do we have 3 all-weather meetings I thought this was the jumps season!

    2.50 Lingfield – Missed Approach 11/4

    While Missed Approach was well beaten by Label Des Obeaux on chase debut at Exeter last time, I think he can over turn the form tomorrow. That run in November came at a time when the Greatrex was in a poor run of form – he had a number of horses at 2/1 or shorter turned over, but now the yard is back in good form I’m expecting Missed approach to put up a better showing, I’m not sure if the yard had a virus but something was not right. Missed approach was by far the best of these over hurdles, winning a decent race at Newbury before running at Cheltenham and then finishing a good second at Ayr. His jumping was adequate on debut but he will undoubtably come on for that run. Already a winner on soft ground conditions should be fine as at 11/4 he rates as a decent small stake bet in my book.

    4.15 Meydan – Ertijaal (Ire) 7/4

    Ertijaal is only 3lbs higher than when recording the last of 2 really impressive handicap wins at the carnival last year (one in this race) and he can get his head in front again today. Undoubtably he has bigger targets this year after a fantastic second in the Group 1 5F sprint but I expect he will again use this race as a starting point for a great season. He was once trained by Haggis in the U.K. But the move to Meydan and the switch to Al Rayhi have worked wonders. Jim Crowley takes over in the saddle tomorrow and he can reward his new boss with an early success if all goes to plan. Quite simple we have a group horse in a handicap here with a very competitive weight. While the race is competitive tomorrow nothing comes close to him on weights or speed figures. Quite simply I have to increase my price at a tasty looking 7/4. But as always nothing is assured.

    5.25 Meydan – Ertijaal 3/1

    There is all possibility that Ertijaal can record a across the card double tomorrow! I am a huge fan of first time blinkers and Ertijaal gets the aid of the head gear tomorrow. As I’ve said before they can really work magic on horses and I’m hopeful they can do the trick again tomorrow. This horse ran some really really good races in group 2/1 races last year and even earned himself a trip to Hong Kong on the back of his form. Back down in a less ferocious listed race he can prove he deserves his place in group company. Already a group 1 winner in South Africa (can’t comment on the strength of this form) it seems that connections are keen to get another top level success from this horse. I find it interesting he is yet to be gelded as that tends to be a sign that this team (Shiek Hamdan) think they have a very good one. Conditions should be spot on tomorrow and at 3/1 he looks a good small stake investment.

    Many thanks and GL to all

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      harryjw 2 weeks ago

      Be careful when putting bets on with the duplicate named horses…check the time! I nearly made a mistake.

      Thanks

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      Johnb 2 weeks ago

      Ertijaal (IRE) is an old favourite of the thread from three years ago

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        harryjw 2 weeks ago

        That was the race before he won the AW championship! Let’s hope he goes well again. Intresting that American Hope goes in the last race as well.

        BOL

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      theplug 2 weeks ago

      harryjw ,missed approach is after having a wind op and there expecting a better run from him today

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        harryjw 2 weeks ago

        Theplug,

        Thanks for the info I will keep that in mind!

        A shame Lingfield is off I was really hopeful of a big run!

        Any bets for yourself today?

        BOL

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    Johnb 2 weeks ago

    Gambling Commission warns layers: don’t risk reputation over deductions

    The Gambling Commission has entered a heated discussion over events at Cheltenham on New Year’s Day, asking anyone to come forward who may have evidence of bookmakers forcing an unwarranted deduction from winnings on the last race, won by the favourite, Cap Soleil. A deduction of five pence in the pound from winning bets was triggered when Cockney Wren was taken out of betting lists just before the race started but it has since emerged that the horse had actually been withdrawn more than 40 minutes earlier.

    While the news of that withdrawal was not widely disseminated because of what has been called a technical fault on the racing administration website, concern centres on the fact that Cockney Wren’s odds shortened from 16-1 to 14-1 shortly before the ‘off’. Had she remained at 16-1, no deduction would have been authorised under longstanding betting rules.

    Tim Miller, the Gambling Commission executive director, said on Wednesday: “If there is clear evidence that operators have deliberately shortened odds to invoke Rule 4 and consequently reduce payouts, we’d be extremely concerned as it’d be contrary to the statutory obligation to ensure gambling is fair. We’d encourage anyone with clear evidence of this to share it with us.”
    Miller then issued a stern warning to bookmakers generally. “The industry needs to remember that its long-term viability is built on customers having trust that they’re being treated fairly. Anything that is, or could be perceived as, unfair risks damaging the reputation of the industry as a whole.”
    Two bookmakers at Hereford on Wednesday said they had been at Cheltenham on Sunday and had decided against making any deduction from their clients’ winnings, as is not uncommon with 5p Rule 4s. James Lovell said one punter who had had £50 each-way on Cockney Wren returned to point out that the horse was a non-runner, then restaked his £100 on Cap Soleil.

    “I didn’t deduct anyone,” Lovell said. “I don’t think any of the bookmakers near me did, either. I had 20-1 on the board at the off. I didn’t see anyone shortening it to 14-1.”
    Cliff Emery said he had heard no tannoy announcement about Cockney Wren but saw on a big screen that the horse was listed as a non-runner 20 minutes before the race and took it out of his list. Several punters who had backed the horse reclaimed their stakes but Emery said he made no deduction from winnings. “The man who had £1,000 on the winner at 7-4, he wouldn’t have been very impressed.”

    But neither man believed they were among the small sample of bookmakers whose odds are used to formulate the official starting price, at which most off-course bets are settled. Off-course bets would also have been paid after the deduction, saving significant sums for high-street firms and prompting one track bookmaker, Andy Smith, who was not betting at Cheltenham, to tell the Racing Post that shortening likely non-runners to force a deduction was a “sharp practice” that is “getting out of hand”.

    Betting at Hereford on Wednesday, Gary Wiltshire was prepared to believe such things can happen. “If it was done deliberately, it’s terrible,” he said. “But I don’t think it was. It can happen, but it’s not all bookies. People like ourselves, we’ve been at the game 40 years; one thing we’re not gonna do, and Andy wouldn’t do, is to rob people for 5p in the pound.” Nearby, Stephen Rea said he had not been at Cheltenham but said: “I’ve been in the sample and I’ve never ever been asked to reduce the price of a horse that’s [later] been withdrawn.” Rea suggested that bookmakers in the sample often have lower odds than can be found elsewhere in the ring. “A lot of people come to them because they’re in the best positions, [so] they can lay a horse at 14s when that same horse is 20s elsewhere in the ring.
    “And fair dos because, to buy a [prominent] pitch at Cheltenham, you’re talking £100,000 plus. So they have got to get more money out of it. I’m happy to go along and win £1,000. They’ve got to win £2,000 to £4,000 every time they go.”

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      harryjw 2 weeks ago

      The practice has been going on for years! It’s shocking really.

      How often when a horse is playing up at the start or not looking likely to go into the stalls do you see it being shorted towards the R4 cut offs on the boards.

      It’s the big firms responsible in my eyes- similar to the issue of them backing horses on course to shorten the price artificially.

      Something needs to be done about it.

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    word2mother 2 weeks ago

    Any other Thistlecrack like certs for today johnb, 4 of em per chance?

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    leando 2 weeks ago

    7.15 Chelmsford
    Topsoil 11/2

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    bpabsie 2 weeks ago

    Lingfeild off folks

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    nickb 2 weeks ago

    AlanM – I see Captain Lars is running at Southwell today? Hat-trick?

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    punterpounder 2 weeks ago

    14:40 Southwell Captain Lars 11/4

    16:15 Meydan Ertijaal 13/8

    17:45 Chelmsford City loyalty 2/1

    18:15 Chelmsford City Western Prince 2/1

    small l15 @betway

    good luck evreyone

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    peter daryll 2 weeks ago

    Good day all

    Captain lars 11/4 -2.40
    Southwell – nb

    Loyalty 9/4 – 5.45 Chelmsford – nap

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    theplug 2 weeks ago

    playful dude 1-05 south 5/4
    samphire coast 1-35 south 3/1
    captain lars 2-40 south 5/2
    western prince 6-15 chelm 9/4 nap
    distant past 6-45 chelm 4/1
    secret bird 7-15 chelm 13/8 nb

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    amy 2 weeks ago

    2:30 Wolverhampton – Bithynia 4/1

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    busstop 2 weeks ago

    Morning all Great day yesterday with 2 winners including a 6/1 so plenty of profit

    said it yesterday same thing today 3 all weather poor flat meetings and one jumps meeting (which has now been called off)

    ITS THE JUMPS SEASON

    gl all

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      elvis parsley 2 weeks ago

      Get your point bus, but without all weather there would be no racing today.
      Its for this very reason all weather was introduced, but I take your point that 3 meets is overkill, but it gives journeymen jockeys a chance to earn some dough which is good for them I guess.

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    nezhambo 2 weeks ago

    Mr Morse big drifter Johnb is that a worry?

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    jimba 2 weeks ago

    As Lingfield off, Doing Foxy Forever 4.30 Wolv & Speedo Boy 7.45 Chelmsford. GL🍀

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    theplug 2 weeks ago

    johnb what do you think of MISS TREE,S CHANCES TODAY IN THE 2-10 SOUTH

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      Johnb 2 weeks ago

      Hard race and first race at Southwell which is normally the biggest hurdle but no doubt in my mind that Miss Tree will love this surface, nice high knee action says it all

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    alanm 2 weeks ago

    NAP Moonshine Dancer 11/8 2.30 Wolverhampton
    NB Pendp 9/2 5.45 Chelmsford
    Trixie Essenaitch 11/4 12.35 Southwell

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    generous 2 weeks ago

    Tasaaboq 1235 s
    Oriental relation 430 w
    Bracken brae 615ch
    Upavon 645ch
    Gluk all

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    bozz 2 weeks ago

    Hi everyone

    S 1.35 Powered – 11/4 NAP
    S 2.40 Archie Stevens – 10/1
    C 6.15 Percy Veer – 3/1
    C 6.45 Doctor Sardonicus – 3/1 NB
    C 7.45 Speedo Boy – 11/2

    Good luck everyone

    Happy Days

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      stevecee 2 weeks ago

      Wooo thanks bozz, worked late just got on speedo boy on exchange at 10’s. Thanks

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    Johnb 2 weeks ago

    I see it mentioned a few times but there is no such thing as a jumps time of year or a flat time of year, we have for a while now had a winter flat season and a summer jumps season, nh racing nearly runs all year now, very few courses want a midweek meeting straight after Xmas and new year for financial reasons so we should be thankful that the all weather courses are willing to do it,
    There has however been a flat free Sunday brought in from January to March and also a flat free Sunday during the summer when racing is at its peak

    Lastly today is the perfect example of racing being on when nh meetings are being called off because of conditions, it’s 2017, racing is moving forward and trying to cater for all tastes

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    jimron12 2 weeks ago

    Esseniatch 12.35 sorry bit late nap/nb

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    jimba 2 weeks ago

    Alanm & jimron fine start gents, well done👍

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    jimron12 2 weeks ago

    Nice all done and dusted early doors 👍 May throw a Yankee together now when I get 5

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    generous 2 weeks ago

    Well played jimron12 good price aswell.
    Great for the site lets hope it continues….?

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    dont give a donald 2 weeks ago

    ALANM nice start

    cheers

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    azzthewigan 2 weeks ago

    arcane dancer 1.35 dungannon 2.40 Emirates flyer 3.05 silvanus 4.30

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    theplug 2 weeks ago

    great start davyb in the first

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    jimron12 2 weeks ago

    Alanm nap
    Bozz nap
    Erijjal 4.15
    Lancelot du lac 6.45

    Yankee

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    theplug 2 weeks ago

    get in there samphire coast first two up

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    uksevern 2 weeks ago

    great tipping Plug…

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    Johnb 2 weeks ago

    BRITISH RACING’S 2017 FIXTURE LIST PUBLISHED / 01 AUG 16

    * Racing’s new tripartite structure delivers enhancements to Fixture List
    * Developments focused around four key objectives: Increasing betting (particularly remote), growing attendances, improving efficiency for participants and growing consumer and media interest
    * Development of new strategy lays foundations for future Fixture Lists which, following replacement of the Levy and introduction of Racing Authority, will be aligned fully with the sport’s strategic objective to grow racing and betting
    * Headline enhancements for 2017 include year-round racing on Saturday evenings, bolstering of prize money on Sunday, Monday and Tuesdays, code breaks for participants and an extra fixture on Good Friday
    * 14 extra fixtures programmed to boost revenues for racecourses, horsemen and bookmakers, supported by growing horse population and ongoing race planning initiatives
    The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has today published British Horseracing’s Fixture List for 2017, the first Fixture List to be produced since the Members’ Agreement was signed in November 2015.
    1,496 Fixtures have been scheduled to take place over 363 days of racing, alongside a series of enhancements designed to support four main objectives which were agreed by the sport’s tripartite structure of BHA, racecourses and horsemen. They are: To increase betting (particularly remote); grow attendances; improve efficiency for participants; and grow consumer and media interest.
    The headline enhancements to the Fixture List in 2017, in line with the four main strategy objectives, are as below. These enhancements lay the foundations for future years when, following the replacement of the Levy and introduction of the Racing Authority, the Fixture List will be able to be aligned fully with our strategic objective to grow racing and betting, in particular remote betting.
    Increasing betting (particularly remote)
British racing’s Authorised Betting Partners have highlighted evening fixtures as the primary opportunity to support further growth in remote betting. This has resulted in:
    * The introduction of year-round racing on Saturday evenings, which includes the creation of 11 floodlit fixtures in winter. These fixtures should also support attendances.
    * On Thursdays and Fridays, the trialling of a move of twilight fixtures to evening fixtures. There are approximately 50 such fixtures but in practice this mean that just 35 fixtures will start, on average, one hour later than is currently the case.
    * With the success of a newly created twilight fixture on the Tuesday of the Cheltenham Festival, an additional twilight fixture will be added on the Monday before Cheltenham.
    Growing attendances
The newly created Fixtures Group, including representatives from the BHA, horsemen and racecourses, acknowledged that this would involve racing at times of the week when the public are most able to attend race meetings but were conscious of the challenges faced by the sport’s participants servicing such fixtures. As a result, only limited changes have been made in this area.
    * Alongside the growth of the List and bolstering of Thursday/Friday/Saturday evening racing, a third fixture has been created on three of the five Friday evenings during the summer on which there are currently only two fixtures.
    * The creation of three additional Self-Funded fixtures on Saturday afternoons at York, Chester and Musselburgh (Easter Saturday).
    Further focus will be placed on this area in coming years.
    Improving efficiency for the participants.
    * A list of potential geographical clashes for each racecourse has been developed with racecourses and horsemen, which will be used to reduce the prospect of further clashes being created. Work will continue with the racecourses in the future to attempt to remove existing clashes in the 2017 List including a reduction of gaps (for example in the Northern Jump programme) and, where considered undesirable, clusters of fixtures within a particular region.
    * The introduction of code breaks with Flat-free Sundays from January to March (following the introduction of Saturday evenings throughout this period) and Flat-free Sundays during the summer (when the volume of racing is at its highest);
    * To reduce the number of Sundays with three fixtures by three days
    Further work will be undertaken to explore how the Fixture List could be structured in a way that better supports recruitment and retention of racing’s workforce.
    Supporting consumer/media requirements
    * With the support of the Levy Board, a Lead Fixture Fund is to be created to incentivise racecourses to stage a higher quality fixture every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, offering prize money of at least £55k. The Race Incentive Fund will also offer higher support payments to stage quality races in midweek.
    * The main fixture on every Sunday to include a feature race with prize money of at least £20,000
    * Following the success of the first three years, the addition of a third Good Friday fixture with total prize on the day in excess of £1.4m. Following applications, fixtures will be staged at Lingfield Park (All-Weather Championships Finals Day), Newcastle and Bath in 2017. ARC has also pledged to continue to support the Lambourn Open Day.
    The headline figures for the 2017 Fixture List are:
    * A total of 1,496 fixtures have been scheduled, 14 more than planned in 2016, across 363 days – an extra day of racing than usual owing to 23 December falling on a Saturday. This growth will generate revenue for racecourses, opportunities for horsemen and benefit bookmakers. Owing to the recent growth in horse population and field sizes, as well as the ongoing work to address small field sizes and the addition of a northern All Weather track, we forecast that the horse population should be able to meet the increased race programme without a reduction in field sizes or competitiveness.
    * Ratio of fixtures in 2017 – Jump: 40.2%, Flat Turf 38.1%, All Weather 21.7% This remains broadly similar to last year (2016: Jump 40% : Flat Turf 38.7% : All Weather 21.3%) despite the new All Weather course at Newcastle being in place for the whole of 2017 (rather than May-Dec 2016) and the addition of 11 All Weather fixtures on Saturday evenings from January to March
    * 894 Flat fixtures scheduled (six more than in 2016). Of these fixtures, 570 are Flat Turf fixtures (three fewer than 2016) while 324 are All Weather fixtures (nine more than originally scheduled in 2016)
    * 602 Jump fixtures scheduled (eight more than 2016, due in part to the reopening of Hereford racecourse)
    * There are 1,219 racecourse fixtures (the same as 2016), 234 BHA Fixtures (17 more than 2016), 13 Self-Funded fixtures (the same as in 2016), and 30 Enterprise/Other Fixtures (one fewer than in 2016)
    * By betting session, there will be 1,115 afternoon fixtures, 333 evening fixtures and 48 twilight fixtures
    Nick Rust, Chief Executive of the BHA, said:
    “We have always said that the formation of the Members Agreement would be the catalyst for the start of meaningful change to the Fixture List. Through consultation with our customers we have developed a Fixture List which meets a diverse range of objectives and provides benefits to all stakeholders. While there will also be a need for trade-offs, the changes and improvements we have announced today are just the start of a longer-term plan to ensure our Fixture List works the best it possibly can for our sport.
    “The industry’s Executive Committee – which comprises, horsemen, racecourses and the BHA – unanimously agreed the policy objectives for the 2017 Fixture List and beyond. The Committee felt that greater consideration should be given to how the List could better support the sport’s strategic objective to grow racing and betting, especially remote betting.
    “From next year, when we have a replacement for the Levy, the newly formed Racing Authority will seek to further align Racing’s fixture policy with the agreed objective to grow racing and betting. This will benefit customers and consumers and deliver growth and greater prosperity for the industry, in particular by focusing on remote betting.”
    Stephen Atkin, Chief Executive of the Racecourse Association (RCA), said:
    “We are fully supportive of the broader focus for the 2017 Fixture List, in the interests of the future prosperity of the sport. The Fixture List is the bedrock of racecourse businesses, and we are encouraged by the 2017 process and the resulting measures taken to boost the popularity of the sport to all its customer groups, supporting growth in attendances, remote betting and income generation.
    “Improving the quality and competitiveness of racing throughout the week is a key objective and we see the measures here as a positive first step, which will be built upon as the current funding issues of our sport are addressed with the introduction of a Racing Authority.
    “We also recognise the challenges faced by the horsemen with a growing Fixture List, and have made concerted efforts to improve the pattern of fixtures and address clusters, gaps and clashes. Progress has been made, including code breaks for the Flat at peak times, improving the balance and spread of fixtures.”
    Philip Freedman, Chairman of the Horsemen’s Group, said:
    “Industry policy for 2017 fixtures has been developed over a series of meetings since February, and has been shaped by the industry growth strategy. Throughout it has been a collaborative process involving horsemen, the racecourses and the BHA.
    “While, throughout the process, changes involving the improvement of the quality of midweek racing were supported by horsemen, not all the changes intended to boost attendance and remote betting were consistent with their interests. This principally related to additional fixtures on Friday evenings in July and August and Saturday evenings between January and March as fixtures at these times are more costly for them and cause further disruption to stable staff working patterns. However, the tripartite discussions enabled agreement to be reached on their introduction by ensuring that there would be a compensating reduction in Sundays with three fixtures, and more flat-free Sundays in summer, as well as the introduction of prize money thresholds for the additional fixtures.
    “This will ensure that horsemen share in the benefits of the growth in the industry which all those involved in the fixture list process believe that the changes introduced in 2017 will deliver.”

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      elvis parsley 2 weeks ago

      Jeez I grew a beard reading that. Phew

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        busstop 2 weeks ago

        basically its for the bookies then increase remote betting by adding many all weather meetings to keep people in the bookies later betting on races where form is very difficult to find or does not stand up.

        it will be interesting to see how many of these meetings and races are sponsored by the bookies as they no its a gold mine for them

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    generous 2 weeks ago

    Strong challenge
    Nap 815 * chelmsford
    Gluk all
    Well done all winners so far today.

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    thehawk 2 weeks ago

    Hakam 8.15 Chelmsford off tracker.

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    harryjw 2 weeks ago

    7/4 last night was very generous! I hope everyone had a slice!

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    bertie 2 weeks ago

    Well done Harryjw once again top tipping ! What a wonderful horse !

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    squarker 2 weeks ago

    Any body got any thoughts on the winner for the 5.25 at meydan

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    trotters 2 weeks ago

    8.15 take the helm!
    Had a wisper

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    klums 2 weeks ago

    5:00 WOLV

    DISCLOSURE
    8/1

    NAP/NB!!!

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    tipsultan 2 weeks ago

    well done all winners.. harryjw, jimron, alanm, davyb and any other i missed…

    7.15- Excellent Aim- 15/2- 1 point…

    Good Luck

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    squarker 2 weeks ago

    4.50 meydan. Fitzgerald Win For me

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    harryjw 2 weeks ago

    Afternoon,

    I’m putting up an early bet for tomorrow (increased stakes) as I think the 11/8 on offer will be long gone soon.

    3.40 Wetherby – Hear No Evil 11/8

    This horse is really well regarded by connections and his pedigree is outstanding. Purchased for 150’000 euros by John Magnier last year he can start to reduce that outlay tomorrow. Dan Skelton is a shrewd trainer and he likes to start some of his best horses at Wetherby. From what I hear he has been working well at home. I will be increasing my stake at 11/8 – but always nothing is assured in racing.

    I may add a few selections later on but I wanted to get this one up asap.

    Many thanks and GL to all

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    Johnb 2 weeks ago

    January 9.5pts down

    Fridays Tips

    Kempton
    3:00
    Saleh 3/1 skybet

    4:00
    Ayr Of Elegance 9/2 bet365

    Wolverhampton
    6:45
    Somethingthrilling 7/4 NAP/NB bet365 (double stake)

    Also 3×0.5pt doubles & 1x 0.5pt treble bet365 odds 11/4 9/2 7/4

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    Johnb 2 weeks ago

    Saw a horse today that gave me shivers, not as good as Thistlecrack but boy this horse has a big future and who knows maybe a Gold Cup winner in a couple of years time
    Really impressed

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      Johnb 2 weeks ago

      A write up is coming for tomorrow’s selections but just setting off in the car so will be later

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    spurs55 2 weeks ago

    Ballylare in the last any thoughts please ???

    cheers

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    jimba 2 weeks ago

    Get In!! Speedo Boy wins 6-1, hope some were on, Well Done to Bozz who also tipped it. Happy Days🍺

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    spurs55 2 weeks ago

    or even Out Of The Ashes for a place ?

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    busstop 2 weeks ago

    well done all the winners yesterday just read through alanm ,jimron,jimba,bozz,davyb etc etc

    well we got a jumps meeting today pity ludlow was called off though.

    Wetherby

    12.35 DUSTY RAVEN ..11/4

    13.05 TWO SWALLOWS .. 5/2

    13.35 CROSSPARK .. 9/2

    14.10 LAKESIDE CASTLE 2/1

    gl all

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