Author: Gary Sears

He’ll make into a really good horse

Gary Sears, who tipped 11/1 winner Abbey Magic at Galway yesterday, with his selections today at Goodwood and Ballybrit Hoping the ground has dried out enough for OTTOMAN EMPIRE to continue his improvement in...

Seven furlongs with cut is ideal

Gary Sears with his selections for Glorious Goodwood and Galway Thought SNOW LANTERN did really well to win at Newmarket from where she was and assuming Spencer can keep out of trouble hope she...

The conditions should suit

Gary Sears with two who should not be inconvenienced by the conditions at Goodwood and Galway Given ground conditions at the two main tracks today, just a couple who look overpriced. Soft ground and...

Oaks entries most likely to get 12f

Gary Sears takes an early look at the Oaks with an emphasis on the breeding and a shortlist of the fillies most likely to get the 12f Prices from Paddy Power An advantage of...

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Racing Heroes: the Aga Khan

In our Racing Heroes series, Gary Sears puts forward His Highness the Aga Khan There is one thing that, for me, made racing on the flat a delight to study in my early years...

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Dix to follow in French racing

Gary Sears picks 10 horses to follow in French racing I’ve been through the notebook from last season of horses trained in France who could be worth watching for. Due to volume of racing,...

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Gary Sears’ 10 Top Flat Racehorses

Gary Sears pick his 10 Top Flat Racehorses Following on from Gary McKenzie’a Top Ten Flat Racehorses compilation, I’ve drawn up my own list and, like Gary McKenzie, have probably let heart rule head...

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TV racing: new names, same old annoyances

We have seen name changes to the specialist channels covering racing, but the same old bugbears continue to annoy. Various presenters on the racing channels should stop believing that they are God’s gift to...