Get up to Scratch for the Aviva Premiership 2015

As we edge closer to the climax of the Aviva Premiership, there’s plenty to reflect on from the season gone by. With two weeks to go until it reaches its conclusion at Twickenham, we’ve got familiar faces and new revelations, dominant front runners and teams still battling for a play-off spot. Read more

Interesting UK Gambling Statistics

It’s known that many people living in the UK love themselves a good gamble, whether it’s gambling on slots, table games, video poker or other gambling games. We did some investigation to try and find some UK gambling statistics, which would serve to provide validation for the stereotype. Below, you’ll find some fascinating information you could not have possibly guessed about UK gamblers. We dive into the numbers illustrating the UK gambling habits among men and women, young and old, all throughout the land. All in all, we think you’ll be pretty surprised by some of the things we discovered in our research about the UK gambling market.

Gambling-infographicSource: Titanbet Casino

Raptors Set For Busy Run

Toronto Raptors are preparing for three games in the space of four days beginning with a home tie against Sacramento Kings on Friday evening at the Air Canada Centre.

They have had the benefit of a few days rest and will be hoping to keep up their good form as they have won four of their last five matches. Read more

Queen Quevega Looking To Continue Dominance

Since 2009, Quevega has won each running of the David Nicholson Mares’ Hurdle and she is looking to record a sixth consecutive victory in the race next month.

As it normally is, it will be her opening run of the season as she has not been seen since winning the World Series Hurdle at Punchestown last April. Read more

Cue Card Out Of Cheltenham

Cue Card has been ruled out of the Cheltenham Festival after picking up an injury only days before the four-day meeting is set to go ahead. Colin Tizzard’s runner was entered in both the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Ryanair Chase, in which he was successful in 12 months ago. Read more

Mullins Continues Dominance of Bobbyjo Chase

On His Own warmed up for a shot at the Grand National at Aintree in April with victory in the Bobbyjo Chase at Fairyhouse on Saturday. It was the fifth time trainer Willie Mullins had won the Grade Two contest in the last 10 years. Read more

Teaforthree Not Ruled Out Of Gold Cup

The Grand National at Aintree may not be the main target for Teaforthree this season, but he does still have an entry in the Cheltenham Gold Cup next month.

Rebecca Curtis’ runner is a former Festival winner as he won the 4m National Hunt Chase in 2011. He was the market leader on that occasion to score the opener on day two and he did not disappoint favourite backers. Read more

Seahawks Dominate in Super Bowl

The dust has finally settled on Super Bowl XLVIII and it’s probably time to reflect on what a dominating victory it was by the Seahawks over the Broncos in a game that was expected to be close and tight.

This was the first victory for the Seahawks in franchise history and their 35 point margin over the Denver Broncos is the third largest in Super Bowl history only the Bears 36 point margin over the Patriots in Super Bowl XX and the 45 point difference between the 49ers and Broncos in Super Bowl XXIV being better. Read more

Kings Palace Eyeing Cheltenham Crown

Two-time Cheltenham winner Kings Palace has established himself as the favourite for the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at the Festival next month. Read more

Bolger Aiming For Foxhunters Win

Enda Bolger holds the top two horses in the betting for the Foxhunters Chase this year at the Cheltenham Festival. The Irish based trainer last won the amateur riders’ contest back in 1996 when he also rode Elegant Lord to victory at Prestbury Park. Read more