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I do love the Shergar Cup – it divides opinion and fair play to those who want to avoid it completely but 10 runner class 2/3 handicaps at Ascot provide some great betting opportunities – especially when you can rule some of the runners out because of the jockey bookings…. more

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The Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race run over 7 furlongs at Newbury in August, which is open to all horses aged 2 or above. more

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Betfred Hungerford Stakes At Newbury Key Race Trends – 13 August 2016

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Test – Horse Racing Trends Sample Blog – 23 To 29 August 2016

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23 August 2016 16:18

The Ebor Handicap is the highlight of the Ebor meeting at York for their 4 day meeting in August.

Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future….

It’s run over 1m 6f and has been won by some decent horses in it’s history, i have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends, Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Distance & Draw….

With an average field size of just over 8 runners during the past decade, the Hungerford Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess. more

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The Betfred Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race for runners aged 3 years and older, which is run over 7 furlongs at Newbury on Saturday, 13 August.

I have looked at the last 10 years and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Group Form & Distance…. more

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Shergar Cup 2016 Tips And Thoughts

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5 August 2016 12:07

The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. more

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The Winter Hill Stakes is one of those rare Group races that takes place at an evening meeting, it’s a Group 3 run over 1m 2f at Windsor on the last Saturday of August.

During the past decade only 2 market leaders have obliged for a loss of 5….

I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends – Age, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins & Group Form…

The New Horses Betting Odds

The new way to play it it’s online by internet, it can sounds like a complicated digital animated horses running into a computer program, but it’s completely different.

The horse betting odds has a very huge impact of recreation in the life of a lot of persons as a hobby, sport or business; now the newest option for the fans or players is participate from a safe place, doing all from only a computer and get extra things without move to visit the tracks or any other place.

The races results are monitored constantly by a design team of graphic designers and reporters to can get the information in real time, no matter the distance any user with internet connection can be updated from any were in the planet about the latest news or results in the races world.

. The companies dedicated to this use the classic annual races in the famous tracks all over the country and the classic horse betting odds too, the only part that technology is part of, is in the internet were users bet for their favorite horses as being in the real tracks, so those companies just bring the information thru internet and process all information, transactions and a lot of more details sometimes impossible to bring in the tracks. This famous sport is called by different ways as online horse racing, online racebook or online horse betting; no matter the way people call it, everybody understand and love this famous horse sport or game.

The banking, section which contains all the money transfer methods, conditions and payouts; also use the latest techniques and technologies to bring an efficient service. In general, all those tools are synchronized to create a powerful potential source for the races world fans.

As well, in those web sites users can find designed special areas dedicated to multiple themes can help people is learning, as the very important tips and strategy section to can choose wisely the horse winners in the race, also the track listings and racing calendar which help users to be inform with the day’s races, history about famous jockeys, horses, tracks or races.

The amazing world of horses and races now evolve as much other sports, hobbies and games. Also are direct affiliates with recognized and safe money transfer companies, offering different efficient payment methods to all kinds of customers.

A lot of people think it can be a way to swindle, but the companies dedicated to this are completely supervised and supported by legal regulations in the National and International races too

Ten Interesting Facts About the Pilgrims

Because of the winds, they were unable to cook their meals and ate everything cold. A baby boy was born on board the Mayflower.

Despite the horrid conditions on the Mayflower, a baby was born while it was crossing the ocean. The Native American guests brought five deer, popcorn, corn, carrots, cucumbers, turnips, onions, radishes, beets and cabbages.

So while you gobble up your turkey with family and friends, see if they know any of these ten interesting facts about the Pilgrims.

What makes this an interesting fact is their lack of hygiene. The Mayflower left Plymouth England on September 6, 1620.

A Visual Look at Their Hardships

The Pilgrims had very little variety in their diet. The Mayflower was a cargo ship and not meant to carry the 102 Pilgrims and 30 crew members. The survivors has to bury their dead in the dark.

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Another interesting fact is that by the time the journey was over, the sailors were impressed by their fortitude.

Their two Native American friends, Squanto and Samoset, spoke perfect English. There were two ships that were to sail to the New World, The Speedwell and The Mayflower. There was no bathroom, so they had to use buckets to relieve themselves. They ate “hardtack”, a dry biscuit. Insects infested much of the food that was aboard the ship.

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6. Native Americans Squanto and Samoset saved the day.

On November 9, 1620, the people spotted land at Cape Cod. The first Thanksgiving feast was based on the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

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The Pilgrims were unaccustomed to the sea, and frequently became sick. There was no midnight buffet on the Mayflower and the food was awful.

7. The Mayflower crew and the Pilgrims did not get along very well.

Do You Know These 10 Pilgrim Facts?

As you sit down to feast on turkey, sweet potatoes, corn and pumpkin pie this coming Thanksgiving, you can play a little trivia game using these ten interesting facts about the Pilgrims.

4. The sailors called them “glib-glabbety puke stockings.”  Conversely, the Pilgrims did not like the sailors’ “salty” language.

Another interesting fact is that they did not sail to the New World on their first attempt. The travelers had to spend most of the sixty-six days of the journey underneath the ship in cramped quarters.

1. In order to not let the Native Americans who lived nearby know how much their ranks had shrank, they buried the dead in the dark so no one could see their decreasing numbers.

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8. The name of the baby was  Oceanus Hopkins. [1]

During their first winter in Plimouth, more than half of the people died from illness. After a search party of the healthiest men went out to find Plimouth, they again set sail and land on December 21.

Get together with your kids to create this 3D puzzle of the Mayflower.

3. Squanto taught the Pilgrims to plant with fertilizer, such as fish heads, with their seeds.

In the fall, when the harvest was great and bountiful, the Pilgrims decided to give thanks to G-d and their Native American friends for helping them through their first year in the New World.

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The Jewish holiday of Sukkot celebrates the fall harvest, and being religious people, the Pilgrims based their feast on this holiday found in the Bible.

The girls and women prepared what the men had hunted: wild turkey, wild geese, wild duck, meat pies, lobsters, eels, clams, oysters, fresh fish of all kinds. The Mayflower was no luxury cruise.. Not all of the Pilgrims left England because they wanted freedom from religious persecution.

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This interesting fact about the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving tells more than what we are taught in school. They did not settle in the first place they landed.

The journey from England to the New World was an uncomfortable one. There were no showers or laundry, so most of the people did not bathe and wore the same clothing for all sixty-six days of the voyage! Can you imagine the bugs, the dirt and the odor on that ship?

10. So the Mayflower sailed alone across the Atlantic Ocean.

5. The Speedwell, made two attempts to leave with the Mayflower, but each time it leaked. While several of the Pilgrims (called Separatists) did want to flee England for religious freedom, others went to the New World for business opportunities, some were hired hands and some were servants.

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