Author Archives: Drew Patchell

Unlike most in the game, Drew wasn't born with a form guide in his hand or a great love for the game. Drew became interested in horse racing after starting his website, The Profits, in 2012 focusing on NBA and AFL. Entering the twitter landscape, Drew quickly saw the engagement and passion shown by the community for horse racing and started looking deeper into the data before previewing his first race in 2013. What started out as interest in a sport has quickly turned into a love-affair that will last a lifetime.

Dicko, Drew, Tigsy and Rosco join forces to cover the action for Easter Saturday at Caulfield and share their in-depth thoughts on each race as well as best bets. You can also listen to this as a Podcast. And the boys answer all your viewer questions. You can also listen to this as a Podcast. […]

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Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards is pleased with the way Probabeel came through his run in the G1 Sires’ over 1400m on Saturday having pulled up well and ate up on Sautrday and Sunday post-race. Richards believes Probabeel wasn’t suited to a slow track footing on either Australian start and depending on weather expectations, will […]

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A winner of 6 of her last 8 races, Glory Days destroyed a quality Group 1 Auckland Cup field last month at Ellerslie and has worked strongly since, eyeing off success in the Group 1 Sydney Cup. Glory Days traveled around the corner as the widest runner under a strong hold in the 3200m Auckland […]

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Famously snubbed by Racing Victoria for a slot in the All-Star Mile, Group 1 winning miler Land of Plenty is expected to take full advantage of barrier 9 in the Doncaster Mile on the weekend. Beaten 9.6L last start in the George Ryder behind Winx, Land of Plenty can be forgiven for the run failing […]

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