In 2016, Susquehanna International Group LLP, an American quantitative trading company, started an Ireland-based operation called Nellie Analytics Inc., targeting basketball, American football, soccer, and tennis. Phoenix, a proprietary sports-betting company with headquarters in Malta and data-mining operations in the Philippines, won a £9 million ($13 million) investment in 2010 from a unit of RIT Capital Partners Plc, the £3 billion trust chaired by Lord Jacob Rothschild of the global banking dynasty. (RIT sold its stake in 2016 to a private buyer, quadrupling its money.) What isn’t widely known is that Phoenix was founded by former employees of Woods, including his protégé Paul Longmuir.
The Grand National is the most prominent race in British culture, watched by many people who do not normally watch or bet on horse racing at other times of the year.[40] Many of the sport's greatest jockeys, most notably Sir Gordon Richards, have been British. The sport is regulated by the British Horseracing Authority. The BHA's authority does not extend to Northern Ireland; racing in Ireland is governed on an All-Ireland basis.
In most horse races, entry is restricted to certain breeds; that is, the horse must have a sire (father) and a dam (mother) who are studbook-approved individuals of whatever breed is racing.[citation needed] For example, in a normal harness race, the horse's sire and dam must both be pure Standardbreds. The exception to this is in Quarter Horse racing, where an Appendix Quarter Horse may be considered eligible to race against (standard) Quarter Horses. The designation of "Appendix" refers to the addendum section, or Appendix, of the Official Quarter Horse registry. An Appendix Quarter Horse is a horse that has either one Quarter Horse parent and one parent of any other eligible breed (such as Thoroughbred, the most common Appendix cross), two parents that are registered Appendix Quarter Horses, or one parent that is a Quarter Horse and one parent that is an Appendix Quarter Horse. AQHA also issues a "Racing Register of Merit," which allows a horse to race on Quarter Horse tracks, but not be considered a Quarter Horse for breeding purposes (unless other requirements are met).[18]
The LSU Tigers can pull into a tie with the Tennessee Volunteers with a win on home court tonight over the Florida Gators. LSU is an impressive 11-1 in SEC play, but more importantly from a betting perspective, the Tigers are 8-3-1 ATS in conference play. LSU is a 6-point betting favorite with the total at 140 for tonight’s game at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
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Whoever likes to bet on football, when the match is already underway, is placing so-called live bets. This alternative is particularly popular with experienced bettors. You don't only need a good foundation of expertise, but also a certain feeling for the right moment. We recommend to look for a match, before it kicks off, that is a valuebet. We are not able to present such bets in our tips today yet, but we try to provide live betting tips as well. A value bet is a bet, that is rated too high considering the probability of occurence. The difficulty is to rate the probability oneself. With such odds we recommend to consult all available statistics that you can find for the respective match. You get a valuebet, when the formula gives a number higher than 1.
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New for the 2019 Kentucky Derby trail, Horse Racing Nation's Derby Radar seeks to identify promising maiden, allowance and even stakes winners who could target points-paying preps next out. We'll cover the buzz horses, of course, then using a systematic approach based on past years' Derby contenders identify other talented colts moving up the ladder.
Risen Star Stakes (G2) Day at the Fair Grounds - Saturday, favorite War of Will cruised home by 2 1/4 lengths to win the Risen Star Stakes (G2) at the Fair Grounds over Country House and Roiland. Also on the card, Serengeti Empress won the Rachel Alexandra Stakes (G2), Silver Dust won the Mineshaft Handicap (G3), Synchrony won the Fair Grounds Handicap (G3), Mitchell Road won the Albert M. Stall Memorial Stakes, and Chaos Theory won the Colonel Power Stakes. Get the results, charts, and photos here. New!
We’ve all seen it, the smug Facebook post, or the retweeted betting slip with a huge profit from a tiny stake. Usually it’s “just” a few hundred dollars, but there have been some truly incredible bets down the years. There are a lot of similarities between betting on sports and actually playing sports. Luck is important, but ultimately you need skill to win consistently. The world of sport betting has its stars too. Some were very lucky, but most achieved their success through careful analysis and risk assessment. Here are 10 greatest and most memorable sports betting wins of all time.
Gotham Stakes Day at Aqueduct - Enticed won the featured Gotham Stakes (G3) by 2 3/4 lengths over longshot Old Time Revival and favorite Free Drop Billy. Also on the card, Skyler's Scramjet won the Tom Fool Handicap (G3), Divine Miss Grey won the Heavenly Prize Invitational, and Harlan Punch won the Stymie Stakes. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
All horse racing on the flat except quarter-horse racing involves Thoroughbred horses. Thoroughbreds evolved from a mixture of Arab, Turk, and Barb horses with native English stock. Private studbooks had existed from the early 17th century, but they were not invariably reliable. In 1791 Weatherby published An Introduction to a General Stud Book, the pedigrees being based on earlier Racing Calendars and sales papers. After a few years of revision, it was updated annually. All Thoroughbreds are said to descend from three “Oriental” stallions (the Darley Arabian, the Godolphin Barb, and the Byerly Turk, all brought to Great Britain, 1690–1730) and from 43 “royal” mares (those imported by Charles II). The preeminence of English racing and hence of the General Stud Book from 1791 provided a standard for judging a horse’s breeding (and thereby, at least to some degree, its racing qualities). In France the Stud Book Française (beginning in 1838) originally included two classifications: Orientale (Arab, Turk, and Barb) and Anglais (mixtures according to the English pattern), but these were later reduced to one class, chevaux de pur sang Anglais (“horses of pure English blood”). The American Stud Book dates from 1897 and includes foals from Canada, Puerto Rico, and parts of Mexico, as well as from the United States.
Benter faced an additional and more peculiar anxiety. A month before the handover, his team won a huge Triple Trio jackpot. They were in the middle of an epic winning season, up more than $50 million. The Jockey Club normally put Triple Trio winners in front of the TV cameras to show how, for example, a night watchman had changed his life with a single bet. This time, nobody wanted to tout that the winner was an American algorithm.
You will see many tip comments by each betting selection. Some of our users like to read these and decide which opinion they will follow. You can gain some great insight to betting strategies from our tipsters through these comments. For popular events you will see comments for most outcomes. Each will be trying to convince you to follow their tip. Make your mind up from these comments which often put people onto winning bets that they would never have considered. 
Different breeds of horses have developed that excel in each of the specific disciplines. Breeds that are used for flat racing include the Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse, Arabian, Paint, and Appaloosa.[10] Jump racing breeds include the Thoroughbred and AQPS. In harness racing, Standardbreds are used in Australia, New Zealand and North America, when in Europe, Russian and French Trotter are used with Standardbred. Light cold blood horses, such as Finnhorses and Scandinavian coldblood trotter are also used in harness racing within their respective geographical areas.
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