Having so many betting options can be confusing for those going to the races for the first time. This post explain each type of common bet and how to place them on your phone.
Spring has sprung which means the racing carnival has begun! To you help navigate the glitz of the spring carnival, I’ve put A together a list of my 5 must have for the spring carnival.
Racing is no longer the male dominated sport it used to be! This post outlines 3 steps on how to get more females involved in horse racing.
The public’s perception of horse racing is a losing battle for those in the industry. This post outlines three strategies to help change that!
I rarely miss one of my horses racing on a Saturday, but due to COVID-19 no on is allowed at the track. This post outlines my experience of watching the races at home while my horse ran in a group 3.
There’s no doubt that horse racing is fighting a war of its own, and not just against Covid-19 but also against people who hate racing. This post aims to highlight why horse racing should continue in this current situation.
Reading the form guide does have an art to it! Learn my tips and trick on how I go about decoding each element in the form guide, so you can look like an expert the next time you're at the track.
With the Magic Millions sales happening in Perth next week on Monday and Tuesday, I step you through how I go about picking a horse at the sales. From the breeding page to seeing them in real life, I have it all covered.
I know this is a post a few of you have been waiting for since I started my blog, so here it is finally, just for you, how I pick racehorses to own! However, we must start this post by being honest with each other. While I’m lucky enough to…
I’ve told you how to get involved in a racehorse (if you missed that article you can read it here) and now here are your reasons why. So, for guys (or girls) looking to convince your significant other to let you buy into a racehorse, look no further. 1. It’s…