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20th February - Let’s Go Again Rigadin!

Good Morning and as the title says let’s go again in the search of a hard won winner. The less said about last Saturday’s false start the better and hopefully we enjoy better luck with Rigadin De Beauchene today albeit he is trained by Venetia…
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12th February – Unexposed Affaire D’Honneur in Betfair Hurdle

Another cracking weekend of racing with the best of today’s action at Newbury. The Grade 2 Denman Chase lacks a superstar but who knows what the Betfair Hurdle will throw up this year! JP McManus likes to win this race on route to the Cheltenham…
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New Year Brings Hope of Better Times Ahead

It’s great to head into a New Year full of optimism especially having endured our first losing year from a profits point of view since the Bet Alchemist service went public in December 2012. Personally, 2015 was the first year in eight to…
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Willie Mullins - Closutton Stables Visit

Last Saturday I was lucky enough to visit the Closutton Stables where Champion Trainer Willie Mullins prepares some of the best race horses in the world. It was our racing clubs yearly stable visit and surprisingly to some Willie was present…
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Flat Season 2015 Review

The 2015 Flat Season has been enjoyable as ever if not as profitable as in recent years. The results are not good but honestly I believe worse however that is mainly thanks to a very good start to the season back in March. We bagged the winners…
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Bet Alchemist Blog – 25th September 2015

3 Year Olds Rule The Roost There is little doubt at this late stage of the flat campaign that the younger generation are above standard this year both in handicaps and arguable at the top Group 1 level. The Cambridgeshire offers another chance…
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Bet Alchemist Weekly Blog – 3rd September 2015

It’s been a Month since my last blog post and wow how time passes quickly. Kids are back in school (thankfully!), autumn has arrived, Stripe withdrew are our preferred payments provider (shock!), Trainer Olly Stevens announces retirement &…