Welcome to HA Racing

The purpose of this site and joint Twitter is very simple, to offer racing news, opinion and articles to racing fans at all levels. Adding in regular daily tips, HA Racing can become the one stop for all your racing needs before the big weekend meets or the quieter midweek cards up and down the country. Enjoy.

How the tips work –

Each day tips will be posted early each morning for the day ahead. Up to three tips will be posted each day, across the majority of cards. Profit and loss is monitored daily and is available to anyone that wishes to see how we are progressing. I will not go into too much detail as to how the tips are selected, but there are various rules such as avoiding the majority of Class 6 races and many of the more open and unpredictable 2YO races for example.

Prices are taken and used when selected the evening before racing. Profit and loss is calculated using £10 stakes, with £5 EW at anything 5/1 or bigger.

Daily review –

Each evening, or the following morning, the day’s racing will be reviewed and a “Runs of the Day” section will be published to highlight horses that impressed or those that look set to be prominent next time out. This could be a 2YO that bolts up to win by six-lengths on debut, or a horse that could have won had it not been for factors out of its control and will remain favoured with the handicapper next time out. This section is what many refer to as their ‘notebook’ with their horses to follow.

Regular news –

The twitter page will have regular news posted from stables, jockeys and pundits to keep you in the know with all things racing. We will always be looking ahead to the big weekend meets, keeping on top of the intended runners and riders.

Opinion pieces –

These articles will feature on this blog and will focus on the larger issues in racing, not so much on daily cards and smaller stories that a tweet can sufficiently cover. This may include reviews of your Cheltenham’s, Goodwood’s and Ascots, as well as the broader aspects of stable staff and the accessibility of racing to one and all.







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