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York Racecourse Stats

Blog, Racecourse Guides
York Racecourse Knavesmire LLP is the rather longwinded name of the company that owns and operates the racecourse up at York, and they really have made the effort to ensure that it is one of the most attractive racecourses in the UK, and it is also one that does attract a huge number of visitors each year. The full address of the racecourse  itself is also on the rather elegantly named Racecourse Road, Knavesmire Road, which is in York YO23 1EYork, and it is of course flat racing that you are going to be watching when visiting the course too. Some of the UK’s major races are held at York and with that in mind here are the names of a handful of those races that you are bound to have heard of before: The Dante Stakes, the Ebor Handicap, the International Stakes, and the Nunthorpe Stake...
2018 UK Flat Jockeys Championship

2018 UK Flat Jockeys Championship

Bets of the Day, Betting Guides, Betting Help, Blog
UK Flat Jockeys Championship 2018 There are of course plenty of different bets and wagers you can place on horse races, why not read our guide on betting on Horse Racing , however one bet that can often bear fruits, if you are a fan of flat racing, is to have a bet on the jockey who is going to win the most races during the flat season. By keeping your eyes peeled for any trainers that are consistently in form and by checking out who their preferred jockeys are you can often get a good idea of just which jockey will achieve the most winner runs during a season. This is a contest that is based around both Flat and All-Weather races and the contest is live from Saturday the 5th of May 2018 until Saturday the 20th of October 2018. The odds will of course change as the results of each race...
Horse Racing Betting Guide

Horse Racing Betting Guide

Betting Guides, Betting Help, Blog
Guide to Betting on Horse Racing Horse racing is one of the oldest and historical sports and is still hugely popular around the world. It is also one of the most complex! Most people in the UK will place a bet and/or watch the Grand National once a year whilst casual race fans will enjoy the Breeders Cup in the USA, the Melbourne Cup and of course, the Cheltenham Festival. It can be a minefield at times and knowing the quirks and trends of each racecourse, trainer and horse takes complete dedication. Those who turn that time into money have been rewarded for their graft and there is no feeling quite like picking out a big priced winner! Types of Horse Race In the UK & Ireland, there are three types of race – National Hunt, Flat Racing (Turf) and All-Weather Racing. So...