Archive for June 29th, 2015

Copa America 2015 Quarter-finals Results


The semi-finals of the Copa America 2015 have now been decided after Saturday’s matches. Chile will take on Peru on Tuesday, while Argentina will play Paraguay on Wednesday.

Argentina played Colombia first on Saturday, but 120 minutes were not long enough to give fans any goals. Despite attacking talent playing on both sides, nobody proved decisive enough to score. In the end, Argentina managed to emerge triumphant with a 5-4 victory on penalties.

Next up in yesterday’s matches, Brazil also played out a draw. Dunga’s team finished 1-1 after 90 minutes, but were unable to win in extra time. After penalties, Brazil were forced to exit after a 4-3 defeat.

Brazil had dominated possession with a 59% share. However, that only equated to six total attempts and three on target. Paraguay did much more with much less possession, mustering six shots on target after putting up 11 total attempts.

Hamilton Park Horse Racing Naps – 30 June 2015


Tuesday afternoon is set to be a busy meeting up at Hamilton Park, considering there will be seven races taking place. The turf has softened in recent days, so expect the going to be good to soft (good in places). As a preview, it is time to check out the current free horse racing naps from Sky Sports.

Coming fourth in the schedule is the most lucrative race of the afternoon: the 15:45 EBF Stallions Soba Conditions Stakes. Seven horses are entered to compete for a share of the £16,000 prize fund on behalf of their owners.

Move In Time has been identified as the clear favourite at 11/8 after winning twice and finishing second three times in its past five races, but competition could come from 9/4 prospect Spinatrix. Pipers Note should also compete at 7/2, having won three times in its last four outings.

Windsor Horse Racing Results – 28 June 2015


Rain poured down on Windsor Racecourse before the action began on Sunday afternoon, but the going remained good. Horse racing fans were treated to seven competitive races.

First up in our roundup of UK horse racing results was a victory for 8/1 Rosslare in the 14:20 Maiden Fillies Stakes. Kassbaan popped up next to win at 2/1 in the 14:50 Handicap.

Whatdoiwantthatfor became the first favourite to win at 8/11 in the 15:25 Conditions Stakes. Argus then managed to win at 5/2 in the 16:00 Handicap, holding off the challenge of 7/4 favourite Keble.

A win then came for 5/2 prospect Secret Art in the 16:35 Handicap. Hard To Handel emerged next as an 11/4 winner in the 17:05 Handicap, leaving 5/2 favourite Big Chill behind in second place. Finishing off the day, Well Painted earned a win as 9/4 favourite in the 17:35 Handicap.