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By Andy Newton
The William Hill Lincoln Handicap always signifies the start of the new flat turf horse racing season. Andy Newton looks back at past winners & gives you all the trends ahead of Saturday's (31st MARCH 2012) big race at Doncaster racecourse.
A big crowd are expected at Newbury racecourse this Saturday as the Philip Hobbs-trained Fingal Bay puts his unbeaten record on the line in the Grade One Challow Hurdle
The horse racing team take a look at the Arkle Ante-post Betting market after Nicky Henderson's Sprinter Sacre is an impressive winner at Kempton over Christmas.
By, the world's first futures exchange for trading horse racing odds, today introduced 0% commission on profits for customers. The new 0% commission on profits means that customers will be now further rewarded for their market insights.
By Andy Newton
Leading horse racing betting expert Andy Newton takes you through his top tips from the second day of the 2011 Royal Ascot card.......
By Andrew Newton - Ltd
The BBC's leading betting guru Angus Loughran is at Royal Ascot all week for us, so be sure to check out his opening day best bets as the 5-day meeting starts this Tuesday.
By Andrew Newton - Ltd
After his shock win in the English 2,000 Guineas all eyes will be on Cockney Rebel. He was the longest priced winner of the Newmarket Classic since 1978 when he returned at 25/1, but the manner of that victory suggests that was no fluke.
By Andrew Newton -
The last big chase of the jumps season sees a competitive field do battle over 3m5f in the Betfred Gold Cup at Sandown.
By Andrew Newton -
The national season continues this Saturday, and this time it’s the turn of Scotland, as they host their biggest race day on their racing calendar.
By Andrew Newton - Ltd
All eyes will be David Pipe’s Lucifer Bleu here, who after coming back from a 965 day absence has scooted up at Hereford and more recently last weekend at Wincanton.
By Andrew Newton - Ltd
Paul Jacobs looks back on a packed weekend, that included several Cheltenham Festival clues, inparticular the Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle & World Hurdle.

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