Archive for July 13th, 2015

Newmarket July Festival Results: Day Three – 11 July 2015


Saturday was the concluding third day of the Newmarket July Festival 2015, and what a fantastic day it was. The weather was warm and sunny throughout the afternoon, while the going was good to firm. Here are the UK horse racing results and payouts from Saturday at Newmarket.

Western Reserve made it easy for race-goers by winning as 11/2 favourite in the 14:00 bet365 Mile. Birchwood stepped up next at 7/1, winning ahead of 11/4 favourite Air Vice Marshal in the 14:35 bet365 Superlative Stakes.

Rene Match won next at 16/1 in the 15:10 bet365 Bunbury Cup, which was followed by a win for 2/1 joint-favourite 15:45 Darley July Cup. Ballydoyle was the next winner as 4/7 favourite in the 16:20 Maiden Fillies Stakes.

First Selection managed to deliver win at 11/2 in the 16:55 Handicap, with Maxwell finishing the afternoon as 15/8F winner in the 17:30 Handicap.

Bath Horse Racing Preview – 14 July 2015


Next up in our horse racing previews is a trip to Bath Racecourse, which will play host to six races on Tuesday afternoon. Recent dry weather means that the going is currently firm, and that could be a challenge for some of the horses.

Coming up first in the horse racing naps of the day from Sky Sports is the second race of the day: the 14:35 Fillies Handicap. Currently, it is Princess Tansy earmarked as favourite at 7/2. The three-year-old won in its last race. Free to Love has displayed better overall form at 4/1, while also winning its last game.

The next race in the schedule is the 15:10 Handicap, which offers a £12,000 prize fund and is open to three year olds. At present, the consensus favourite is 3/1 prospect Silver Rainbow, having secured two victories from five races in its young career.

2015 Gold Cup Weekend Roundup – 10-12 July


Friday night was a thrilling evening for Gold Cup results. Trinidad & Tobago provided attacking highlights to win 3-1 against Guatemala. Mexico were hotly favoured to crush Cuba, and they did not disappoint in winning 6-0 against their inferior opponents.

Honduras and Panama then played out a 1-1 draw in Group A on Friday night. The USA then earned their second victory with an unconvincing 1-0 result against Haiti. They now top the group with six points from six.

Canada were not as fortunate as their North American neighbours, losing 1-0 against Jamaica to finish the weekend bottom of the group. Costa Rica and El Salvador then earned a point apiece to both move ahead of Canada.

Group C then finished their second round of gamers in the yesterday match results. First up, Trinidad & Tobago won 2-0 against Cuba, while Mexico unexpectedly drew 0-0 against Guatemala fall two points behind Trinidad & Tobago.