What a start we have made to the National Hunt Season. We are already 28 points in profit in just over a month and operating at a return on investment of over 40%. Detailed Spreadsheet CLICK HERE
To be honest it is only what is expected given we are 14 from 14 seasons in profit and when we make big profits this season, it will be 15 from 15 years in profit.
Tomorrow is the start of the Cheltenham November Festival a festival that we smashed last season with a treble on the Saturday and given the outstanding form we are in, I am sure we will do the same again.
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Prices correct at the time of sending to members last night.
We have tips in all 6 races at Cheltenham today and we are giving away 2 of them for free.
AMARILLO SKY 4/1 generally – 1 POINT WIN
I am a big fan of The Glancing Queen so this was tough to take her on but I just feel she is a better horse over a bit further and if AMARILLO SKY gets into a nice rhythm, he may have a bit too much speed for The Glancing Queen. Of course TGQ is going to be hard to beat but now out of novice status, AMARILLO SKY should be at his peak this season. He had 7 runs over fences last season and was a two time winner, with his best performance coming at Newbury when winning a decent handicap by 10 lengths. He was also 5th of 16 in the Grand Annual, on absolutely dire ground which as a novice owas one hell of a performance. He was over the top on his final run at Aintree but even then that was in grade 1 company and he was simply out of his depth. The handicapper has been kind in dropping him to a mark of 140 and I have no doubt he has the ability to win off that mark. Trainer Joe Tizzard has started the season well and I am sure on his own away from his father as a trainer, he can get even more improvement out of this horse. WIN.
HERMES ALLEN 7/2 generally – 1 POINT WIN
HERMES ALLEN cost a huge £350k at the Cheltenham sales back last December. This was following an easy win in a point to point at Kirkistown. He was sent to Paul Nicholls and they have been patient with the horse with him only making his debut at Stratford last month. He won by an easy 27 lengths and although it was a very poor race, he just kept galloping and galloping and to me looked the perfect Cheltenham type. I am sure the plan will be to make the running here and gallop his rivals into the ground. No doubt going forward he will be stepping up in trip but on a testing trip on only his 2nd run over hurdles, 2m 5f around Cheltenham is perfect. An exciting prospect and Paul Nicholls could have a smart horse on his hands, especially when he goes chasing next season. WIN.