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The sole purpose of this blog is to provide an easily accessible index with links for all the weekly Horse Racing Trends blogs, to enable readers to browse these information packed articles, which will gradually build into a comprehensive source of data as time progresses. more

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Portland Handicap (Updated 9th September)

Horse Racing Trends – Issue 1 – 30 August To 5 September 2016

6 September 2016 22:37

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

After a rollercoaster August we sit at around +£138 LSP for the year which is fantastic. more

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The Portland Handicap is a top quality sprint run on St Leger Day at Doncaster over 5 & 1/2 furlongs, it usually attracts some good horses and usually has a big field. more

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5 September 2016 16:08

29 August 2016 14:26

2 September 2016 13:45

Haydock Sprint Cup

2 September 2016 16:00

24 August 2016 14:45

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 By meoldmate in Horse Racing

31 August 2016 22:32

7 September 2016 14:39

23 August 2016 16:18

29 August 2016 14:12

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

Horse Racing Trends – Issue 2 – 6 To 12 September 2016

The 32Red Haydock Sprint Cup is run at Haydock Park on the first Saturday of September over 6 furlongs, it’s a Group 1 and open to horses aged 3 or older.

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….

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….

Please feel free to read these articles at your leisure and make notes of the data items that you believe will prove useful to you in your quest to find winners.

I looked at many blogs and where racing is often concerned it just shows stats and history. THREE JUVENILES TO FOLLOW

I thought I would try something different on the horse racing front and instead of highlighting a meeting or race i would take a different path. One is declared to race today and another two running tomorrow….

What I am going to do over the coming season and following, is to select three two year olds to follow.

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 By Robmull in Horse Racing

Three Two Year Old’s To Follow Throughout The Season To Come And Onwards

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. Hopefully we can have a month to rival last September.

I have looked at 8 trends for the race, they are Age, Weight, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs & Distance…. more

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 By Scratville in Horse Racing

The Mallard Stakes, is a long distance handicap run at Doncaster’s St Leger meeting in September. more

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Horse Racing Trainers To Follow In September

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.

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….

FLAT TURF (GB)

JOHN GOSDEN (ALL)

We start with a blog regular…. more

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 By Micko70 in Horse Racing

The Mallard Stakes (Updated 7th Sept).

I have looked at Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins & Draw….

It’s run over 1m 6 1/2 furlongs and is open to all horses aged 3 or older, i have looked at 7 trends for the race, they are Age, Weight, Recent Runs, Last Run, year Runs, Year Wins & Distance….

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Horse Racing Trends Blogs Index

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.

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…. more

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Winter Hill Stakes

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. All those 8 trainers are back and a few new additions. Last September was a great month with a +£72 LSP and 8 of our 10 highlighted trainers ending the month in profit

Pete Rose Admits He Bet on Baseball

After a six-month investigation by Major League Baseball, he agreed to leave baseball for life. “I don’t think he’s coming clean and that’s too bad … It’s just a pattern that you got into.”

Vincent thinks Rose is still holding out. I knew my team. Baseball don’t owe me a damn thing.”

“I said, ‘Pete, look, if you’re going to get, become reinstated into baseball, the next day, you can’t be at the sports book … “I watch every game every night that I can. You can’t be at the track. There’s no mileage in that.”

Rose says that even after he admitted to Selig that he had bet on baseball, the commissioner didn’t tell him that he was going to be reinstated.

Asked why he finally decide to admit he bet on baseball, Rose said, “It’s time to clean the slate, it’s time to take responsibility … “The farthest thing from my mind right now is making a bet on anything,” he said.

Reinstatement?

“I think what happens is you’re, at the time, you’re betting football and then, then what’s after football is basketball … and obviously the next thing that follows is baseball. Never,” he said.

He says betting against his own team was the last thing he considered, “because I want to win every game.”

“The only guy I could confess to that would help me was the commissioner of baseball,” he said. And it drives me crazy, like, when I put the Reds on, and there’s 20,000 empty seats,” he said. “Now, we knew it was the bookie because we had the number, we had the operator’s name and we also confirmed with the bookie that that’s when Rose called him.”

Rose says he regrets lying to baseball officials in 1989. They were just going to let me rot,” said Rose.

He hopes to be reinstated by Major League Baseball now that he has admitted his past mistakes and insists he no longer gambles illegally. Under the agreement, he would not have to admit or deny that he bet on Major League Baseball, and he could apply for reinstatement after a year.

How Bad Does He Want It?

“Pete Rose would go into the clubhouse at 7:10 and then call the bookie,” said Vincent. “I’m not going to go back to gambling, I mean, it’s as simple as that,” he said. It never altered the way I tried to run the game,” he said.

After denying it for nearly 15 years, sports legend Pete Rose is admitting that he bet on baseball and on his own team while managing the Cincinnati Reds.

But in 1989, reports emerged that Rose, then the Reds’ manager, was gambling on baseball. Maybe the fans want, want us to give him a second chance.”

Lingering Doubts

Rose formally applied to be reinstated in 1997 and finally got his chance to plead his case in November 2002, revealing the truth in a meeting with commissioner Bud Selig, in Milwaukee.

In his interview with Primetime, Rose says he bet on his own team, but never against it.

There’s little doubt Rose wants to get back into baseball, even manage his hometown team, the Reds. He said he didn’t think he was special, or above the law.

Rose recently bought part ownership in a race horse in California, and admits he spends time at the track and still bets on horse racing.

But Rose insists that never happened. I’m 14 years late.”. He set dozens of records — including breaking Ty Cobb’s record for the most hits ever.

“You don’t think you’re going to get caught,” he said. You being in gambling environments is not good. It’s like I died and, and they knew I died and they didn’t want to bring me back. “Why is he holding back? … “And it took me all these years to get face to face.”

“That was my mistake, not coming clean a lot earlier,” he said.

Nevertheless, he says he came away from the meeting with a good feeling: “I took this million-pound weight off my shoulders.” But he also says he got no guarantees. “I can be sitting out on a limb for the next 20 years.”

‘Time to Take Responsibility’

Even today, Rose still disputes some of the most damning evidence against him — such as phone records that suggest he placed bets from the clubhouse.

The baseball commissioner at the time, Bart Giamatti, died just a week after banning Rose.

The revelation is also expected to be included in Rose’s new autobiography published by Rodale, My Prison Without Bars, which is to be released the same day.

Rose will also appear live on Good Morning America on Friday.

And he also says he bet without taking into consideration how drastic the penalties would be, or believing he’d get caught. That achievement, on Sept. “I think the powers that be in baseball understand that hey, maybe the fans like this guy. “People have to understand I wish this would have never happened,” he said. 11, 1985, earned him a nine-minute ovation.

The admission could open the door for Rose to be reinstated by Major League Baseball and voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

“I couldn’t get a response from baseball for 12 years. “I never picked up my phone and called a bookmaker and bet on a baseball game from the clubhouse. Rose was banned from baseball in 1989, a move that made him ineligible for the Hall of Fame.

Rose told Gibson he took so long to make his admission because he “never had the opportunity to tell anybody that was going to help me.”

But he is adamant that he has kicked his gambling habit. “I want them to be like the Cubs, or like the Yankees, or like Boston.”

He helped set up the 2002 meeting between Rose and Selig, and says Rose is truly remorseful. “If the commissioner would ever give me a second chance there, there is no way I could let him down.”

Rose has been cheered when he’s appeared in front of fans in recent years, and says he thinks he has the fans behind him. I owe baseball. I think Pete would have been so much and still would be much better advised to tell everything he knows,” he said. And sitting here in my position, you’re just looking for a second chance.”

Over a three-decade career in baseball, Rose earned the nickname “Charlie Hustle” for his aggressive play and desire to win. But Schmidt also worries Rose is sending the wrong message with some of his actions.

“When I look you in the eye and tell you that that phase of my life is gone and will never come back, I mean that with all the sincerity in the world. Baseball wants to see you out of there,'” he said.

Rose’s friend and fellow former Major Leaguer Mike Schmidt supports Rose’s reinstatement into baseball and the Hall of Fame.

“I bet on baseball in 1987 and 1988,” the baseball great told ABCNEWS’ Charles Gibson in an interview on Primetime Thursday.

“I believed in my team. “But I can’t change it, it’s happened

List of Hobby Ideas

As we don’t wish to discriminate against an individual’s choice of hobbies, we thought of listing them in an alphabetical order.

Aerial photography

Horse riding

Boating

Writing

Figure skating

Learning tarot card reading

Social networking

Hip hop dance

Shopping

Black & white photography

Rappelling

Casino games

Running and jogging

Home decorating

Roman history

Kitesurfing

Drawing

Trekking

Coloring pages

Leather crafts

Internet radio

Treasure hunting

Diving

Kite flying

Canoeing

A hobby is an activity that we all love and enjoy. However, there are some daredevils out there who love to ride motorcycles as well. For many, collecting postage stamps can be an enjoyable pastime, whereas for others, the interest lies in a variety of extreme sports such as snowboarding down icy mountain slopes. Regardless of the hobby (or hobbies) you select, try not to look at it as a way of filling your pocket. Why don’t we go over a more specific list, shall we?

A Detailed List of Hobbies

American football

Internet shopping

Coin collection

Ballet dancing

Astronomy

Hiking

Nude photography

Meditation

Surfing

Ballroom dancing

Astrology

Rumba

Bird watching

Online auctions

Paper crafts

Ancient history

Soccer

RV camping

Tap dance

Crochet

Woodworking

Candle making

Creating wall art

Metal art

Disney vacations

Face painting

Latin dance

Internet home businesses

Belly dancing

Racing sports cars

Party planning

Traveling

Jewelry making

Pottery

Event planning

Feng shui

Snowboarding

Volunteering

Online trading

Origami

Tennis

Exploring online forums

Camping

Baseball

Salsa dancing

Snowmobile racing

Playing video games

Paragliding. Sports photography

Space exploration

Fishing

Rock climbing

Making clay sculptures

Scrapbooking

Samba

Space travel

Crystal healing

Listening to online music

Irish dancing

Chess

River rafting

Knitting

Dog training

Bodybuilding

Flower arrangements

Aromatherapy

Geography and geology

Online chatting

Sports betting

Cosmetics

Sailing

Handicrafts

Learning foreign languages

Digital photography

Comic books

Basketball

Golf

Reiki

Beading

Lawn care

Making gift baskets

Hunting

Patio decorating

Greek mythology

Having a birdhouse

Body piercing

Kayaking

Designing ponds or water fountains

Palmistry and numerology

Wet plate photography

Riddles

Sewing

Indian dance styles

Cooking

That was a long, long list of hobbies, wasn’t it? Before signing off, I leave you with a little bit of parting advice. That way, you will enjoy it much more and to the fullest.

Internet TV

Stamp collecting

Swimming

Skydiving

Snow skiing

Embroidery

Spiritual healing

Skateboarding

Archeology

Wedding photography

Portrait photography

The following list is composed of a variety of hobbies for men, women, and kids of all ages. Now whichever hobby you may be interested in, it is essential to pursue it either for pleasure, enjoyment, leisure, or an altogether different degree of happiness and satisfaction.

Index

Generic Hobbies

Detailed List

There is a popular saying which goes, “Lucky are those who have time after work for pursuing their hobby, but luckiest are those for whom work itself is a hobby”. Arts and crafts, sports, performing arts, culinary arts, social service, gardening, traveling, collecting souvenirs, etc., are a few things that come to mind when we think of the word ‘hobbies’. But is that all the list should include? Surely there has to be a larger variety of hobbies out there. Let it be a way of achieving inner satisfaction, peace of mind, and experiencing happiness. On that note, let us have a look at a comprehensive hobbies list, and one which includes a diverse list of hobbies and interests for people of all ages – children, adults, elders, retired citizens, etc.

Generic Hobbies

Cake decorating

Reading

Architectural photography

Quilting

American history

Break dance

Gardening

Parachute jumps

Blogging

Playing board games

Wildlife photography

Badminton

Mountain biking

Astrophotography

Card games

Online games

Bungee jumping

Interior décor

Ice skating

Hot air balloon rides

Studying dream interpretations

Coaching

Motorcycle racing

Ham radios

Playing PC games

Dinosaurs and fossils

Exploring caves

Street racing

Martial arts

Instant messaging

Poker

Charity work

Hang gliding

Landscape photography

Contemporary art

Sudoku puzzles

Yoga

Powerboat racing

Speed skating

Rowing

Human evolution

Amusement parks

Magic and optical illusions

Jet skiing

Mountain expeditions

Handcrafted jewelry

Aerobic exercises

Handwriting analysis

Scuba diving

Weightlifting

Generally speaking, there are many types of hobbies that we get to see around us. Most people assume that typically, a majority of women will be interested in knitting or sewing as a hobby