There was also an interaction between gamblers with older siblings and parental knowledge. The combination of having siblings who gambled and a greater level of parental knowledge was associated with lower levels of problem gambling. The present study confirmed the occurrence of social risk processes (older siblings and peers who gambled) and demonstrated that gambling among older siblings and peers represents an important contextual factor for increased at risk/problem gambling.
Liam Treadwell who triumphed on 100/1 outsider Mon Mome in the 2009 Grand National and rode over 300 winners was found dead in his Shropshire home last JuneHarry Redknapp compares racehorse Shakem Up’Arry to Tottenham hotshot Harry KaneHarry RedknappRedknapp’s horse Shakem Up’Arry runs in the 125,000 Betfair Hurdle at Newbury on Saturday. A BHA panel heard the appeal on MondayRockett Man fancied to kick in the turbo at WolverhamptonJack MitchellTom Clover sprinter can stay unbeaten at five furlongsToday’s racing tips from Newsboy for Sunday ITV Leopardstown and Musselburgh cardsRacing tipsMirror Racing tipster Newsboy has made his selections for Sunday’s ITV Racing cards and he expects Willie Mullins’ good run to continue at LeopardstownLee Westwood’s personal tragedy as his racehorse Stay Humble dies at MusselburghLee WestwoodStay Humble fell in the bet365 Edinburgh National Handicap Chase (3.45) at Musselburgh, an ITV race won by Mighty Thunder (14 1)Today’s racing results: Willie Mullins has Leopardstown four timer and Honeysuckle starsRacing tipsLeopardstown hosted day one of the Dublin Racing Festival on Saturday, while Sandown’s Cotswold Chase was a trial for the Cheltenham Gold CupITV Racing tips: Newsboy’s best bets for Dublin Racing Festival and Sandown on SaturdayRacing tipsMirror Racing tipster Newsboy has made his selections for Saturday’s ITV Racing cards and he expects Willie Mullins to have several winners at LeopardstownLord Halifax’s winning Newcastle run ends in tragedy as heartbroken trainer pays tributeNewcastle racecourseTrainer Charlie Fellowes told of his devastation at the death of Lord Halifax, who was leading a race with just yards to go when he suffered a fatal injuryRuby Walsh tips Brighton FC owner’s horse Energumene at the Dublin Racing FestivalRacing tipsThe Willie Mullins trained Energumene, a thoroughbred owned by Tony Bloom, trials for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival at Leopardstown on SaturdayToday’s racing tips for Lingfield, Catterick, Chepstow, Newcastle and Newsboy’s NapRacing tipsRichard Hannon’s filly Rainbow’s Pony is fancied to defy top weight for a first career win. Four fixtures take place, a day before the Dublin Racing FestivalLord Vestey dead: The Queen’s friend and former Cheltenham Racecourse chairman dies aged 79The QueenLord Vestey was chairman at Cheltenham Racecourse from 1990 to 2011.