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Jamie Clark has been with bettingsites.co.uk from the very beginning and penned the very first pieces of content that appeared right here. Known for his horse racing expertise, his strong gambling knowledge comes from childhood where he was surrounded by both horses and betting. The godson of a former on-track bookmaker at Market Rasen Racecourse, Jamie ended up working in the same industry and became Sports Editor of heavyweight bookies Coral for three years before they merged with Ladbrokes. After a successful spell freelancing for other big names in the business, he helped us launch this site with his skills, experience and ability coming in useful. Read long form content across a range of betting subjects from Jamie right here.
Theatre Glory is among Ascot tips for 25 November

With only four runners in the 1965 Chase, punters seeking Ascot tips and value are forced to look beyond the rematch between Shishkin and Pic D’Orhy. The other co-feature race on Saturday, 25 November is the extended 2m 3f Coral Hurdle (2:05) where THEATRE GLORY is interesting. Nicky Henderson’s six-year-old Fame And Glory mare is …

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Rubaud is among Wincanton tips for the Elite Hurdle

Paul Nicholls should add to his record eight wins in the 1m 7f Grade 2 Elite Hurdle (11 November, 3:00) with RUBAUD. He’s top of Wincanton tips from the undercard of their Badger Beer Chase day. Outside of Constitution Hill, this division in the UK is simply threadbare. Rubaud, a five-year-old gelding by Air Chief …

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There are many Group 1 races UK punters can wager on both in Great Britain, Ireland and across European countries such as France. This page contains a full list of such horse racing events from those nations. What are Group 1 Horse Races? As the highest level of competition in Flat horse racing, betting on …

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A steeplechase is a type of horse race from the National Hunt code where fences, rather than hurdles, are jumped. BHA regulations that apply to all events contested under Rules in Great Britain say there should be six such obstacles for every mile. There’s plenty more to what is a steeplechase besides that, though. Our …

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UR is an abbreviation of unseated rider, which describes what can happen to a horse in a race when they don’t complete. The jockey, in other words, gets unshipped from the saddle. If you want a clearer understanding of what does UR mean in horse racing terms, then we’re here to give you more insight …

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Non runner no bet is a horse racing promotion open to all customers that guarantees you a run for your money or your stake returned as cash in full. Often abbreviated to NRNB as it’s a bit of a mouthful otherwise, our experts tell you all about how it works. What Does Non Runner No …

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