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Welcome to the BettingChoice Horse Racing Blog. Here you'll find all the tips, insights and opinions for the world's biggest races including: Cheltenham, Breeders' Cup, Dubai Racing, the Grand National and more.

Jebel Ali Dirt Mile Headlines Friday Night in Dubai

A.J. Ryder
Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 22:19

A cadre of seasoned Dubai veterans are set to contest this listed contest at Jebel Ali on Friday. While Meydan is usually getting all the plaudits at this time of the Dubai racing season, it’s dirt-oriented cousin Jebel Ali still manages to boast plenty of quality action.

A fair portion of the contenders here have had outings at Meydan this season and the big variable here is likely to be how good of a reference the Meydan to Jebel Ali turns out to be. A certain amount of punters may be tempted to stick with proven dirt form over some of the higher-ratings shipping over from Meydan. Most of the Meydan contenders don’t boast winning form.

The biggest culprit appears to be Snaafy (Kingmambo) and the seven year-old horse won his Meydan debut last February in...

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Friday Jumps Racing Preview From Bangor-On-Dee and Catterick

A.J. Ryder
Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 21:06

There’s lots to like about Friday’s jumps card in the UK though there is a lack of truly high-quality action. Saturday and Sunday’s features should prove to be worth the wait but one suspects plenty of punters will be lining up on Friday to attempt to build up their weekend bankrolls.

1:25 Bangor-On-Dee

This one looks to be a straight duel between Venetia Williams’ Credit Swap, a beaten favourite last time out, and Palace Jester – who lines up for Jonjo O’Neill with Tony McCoy taking the mount. Palace Jester still has more to prove as he’s quite lightly-raced though his form does indicate that the six year-old bay knows what he’s doing. He comes into play if the ground is closer to soft than good. From a ratings standpoint...

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