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Can we make it 14 from the last 15 Cambridgeshire Festivals of profit?

Our Festivals are very popular for a big reason, the fact we make huge amounts of profit.

We are just on the back of massive St Leger Festival with 20 points profit, massive profit at the York Ebor Festival with 13 points profit,  Newmarket July Festival to the tune of 14 points profit. We also came away with profit at Glorious Goodwood and that had pretty much been the story, profit after profit with the festivals and the odd losing losing, every no and then.

It is a running theme and we could go back a lot longer with all the huge profit we have made at festivals over the years. 

Over the last year and a bit, we are 18 from the last 21 festivals in profit.

The Cambridgeshire Festival runs from Thursday 28th September – Saturday 30th September.

Over the last 14 years, we have only had one losing Cambridgeshire Festival.

I cannot wait for the Cambridgeshire Festival to get going and you won’t find a tipster in the whole country with a record like ours when it comes to the Festivals over a 15 year period.
Put simply the Cambridgeshire Festival is my time to shine, when the pressure is on, JPW always delivers on the big stage and this year will be no different. 

What can you expect from the Cambridgeshire Festival Special 2023?

We can’t give any guarantees that we are going to make profit in the 2023 Cambridgeshire Festival but we do have an amazing record which is probably the best in the industry over nearly a decade and a half. We are as confident as ever, going into a Festival.

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By joining JPW Racing Tipster, you will know that all tips are fully researched and come with a full write up for every tip.

We give a very in depth analysis for every race we tip in, accompanied by a selection. The write ups show the massive amount of work that goes in and exactly how thorough we are, in the work we produce, keeping it professional from start to finish.

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I want to get on now before the prices go on both horses. Before moving on, people will have you fooled by calling this race a lottery. If you told me the same 20 years ago, I would totally agree but each year these fences are getting easier and easier. Don’t get me wrong, it is sure to have some horses unseat or be pulled up, but it is not as hard a race as it used to be. We had 3rd and 4th in the race last year but this year I am all out for the winner and have two selections who have Grand National written all over them. 
CORACH RAMBLER is just the perfect Grand National horse, he will stay forever, he jumps well, he travelled better than ever in the Ultima Handicap Chase and I wouldn’t even say he had a hard race at Cheltenham. Lucinda Russell knows what it takes to win this race after winning it with One For Arthur in 2017 and the same applies for Derek Fox. 
Obviously we will need a bit of luck in running but these fences are not as hard as they used to be and horses just jump straight through them. Horses tend to unseat on the landing side rather than the fence itself.
I know you can’t be super confident in a Grand National given the nature of the race, but I am as confident as can be under the circumstances. CORACH RAMBLER will have just 10st 5lb on his back as top weight Any Second Now is certain to run and given the form this horse is in, what is going to stop him with 10st 5lb on his back. All he needs in my opinion is a clear round of jumping and CORACH RAMBLER is your 2023 Grand National winner. If he gets over the last fence within a few lengths of the leader, I have no doubt he will get home better than anything.
Come on the Rambler, this race is tailor made for you. E/W.



I have been waiting patiently for WEST BALBOA to run and finally we get our chance to get involved. I am literally all over her and she goes down as my best bet of the Aintree Festival. Obviously that doesn’t guarantee the win but I am confident in what I am seeing and what I have seen to date, to know that she is very well handicapped off a mark of 135. 
Dan Skelton skipped Cheltenham in favour of this flat track and she will come into the race fully tuned, as if this was her Gold Cup.
She is a very lightly raced 7 year old with only 4 career starts and only 2 starts this season. She was 2nd on her first start of the season, coming back from 339 days off the track and then went to Kempton and won the Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle off a mark of 130, battling on all the way to the line. She has gone up 5lb but the way she stayed on in her last race, on soft ground, over 2m 5f, she looked to be crying out for 3 miles. 
She is now up in trip to 3 miles and on better ground you are going to see an even better horse.
Going back to her novice days she was 2nd in the Grade 1 Challow Hurdle to Stage Star and that form has obviously worked out well.
I would go as far to say I think she is a good 10lb – 15lb well in on the handicap. We are obviously going to need a bit of luck in running but this is as confident a handicap tip from me all season. I guess we will find out tomorrow but as always I wear my heart on my sleeve and say it how it is. E/W.


Another horse I have been waiting all season for him to get his conditions is MIDNIGHT RIVER and finally he has got the good to soft ground required to see him at his best. I know the ground went soft today but from 3pm this afternoon, no more rain is forecast. With the weather sunny all day tomorrow, by 4:15pm tomorrow the ground will be back to good to soft with temperatures around 14C. I have also been waiting for him to step up to 3 miles, which he finally is for the first time this season. Dan Skelton has also put a first time tongue tie on which should help that bit more.
MIDNIGHT RIVER is a highly regarded horse who has won 2 from 4 starts this season and also finished 3rd in the Paddy Power Gold Cup in November. He was midfield in the Plate at the Cheltenham Festival but that was a scrappy race and I have no doubt he is better than what we saw. He has come down the handicap to a mark of 151 and although I wouldn’t exactly say he is well handicapped, I do still think he has a few more pounds improvement in him. This is not the strongest race he has run in this season and although he carries 11st 7lb, I can’t have him out of the frame. E/W.



CORACH RAMBLER is just a solid pick to start off our Festival Handicap. This is not to say come the day we won’t have other selections in the Ultima, but this would be my strongest selection in the race.

He was the winner of this race last season off a mark off a mark of 140 and he was doing all his best work at the end of the race. He is now up to a mark of 147 but I think he can defy a 7lb rise in the weights, especially as this race this year, is going to be an even more test of stamina with the ground being soft. The more a test of stamina the better for CORACH RAMBLER.

He has not been seen since the Coral Gold Cup (Hennessy) back in November, when an excellent 4th of 15 to Le Milos. The ground was good that day so it would have been against him, but he still stayed on from the last fence, in his usual fashion, and it just left me feeling he may have more up his sleeve. He has not been seen since as he is being aimed at the Grand National where he is currently 12/1 2nd fav. If he is 12/1 for that race with 40 runners, the 7/1 here in a weaker race looks decent. Lucinda Russell knows the time of day with her horses and clearly did not want to ruin his handicap mark prior to weights being released in the National. That is a sign that she still thinks he is ahead of the handicapper and given the National is just 1 month away, he will be a very fit horse. Following this race she will want to just keep ticking him over so she won’t have left much training in the horse. Besides CORACH RAMBLER won this race last year and the pot is worth £70k to the winner. Surely it is a case of, win this race first and then on to the National. Derek Fox takes the ride and he knows this horse inside out. He was on him last year when winning the race and in fact is the only jockey to ride him, in 11 races under rules. He is a 9 year old who only 11 races under rules, so very lightly raced.

For me CORACH RAMBLER will be staying on up the hill late in the race and in my mind, I have a placed finish at the very least. E/W.


I am also going to have a small stake on SIRE DU BERLAIS at a ridiculous price. He loves the Cheltenham Festival and has won 2 Pertemps Hurdles and finished 2nd in this race in 2021. He may be past his best but it is this time of year that he comes alive. He won the Stayers Hurdle at Aintree last year and you can literally write off anything he does over the winter, as Gordon Elliott trains him to peak in the Spring. I am not saying he is going to win this but I would not be at all surprised if he plugged on for a place here. If he is close enough after the last hurdle, not many will get home better than him. E/W.


LANGER DAN deserves a win at a Cheltenham Festival and I still think on a mark of 141 he is still nicely treated. He was 2nd in the 2021 Martin Pipe Handicap, bumping into Galopin Des Champs, who was a Grade 1 horse running in a handicap at the time. He was only beaten 3 lengths and pulled a huge 9 lengths clear of 3rd that day. Last year LANGER DAN was then well fancied in the same race but was unlucky when brought down at just the 2nd hurdle. He made amends by winning at Aintree and showed just how good a horse he can be. 

I think this race could set up perfectly for him as he is a strong travelling horse who needs a strong pace. He will no doubt get the pace he wants in this race and I can see him travelling sweetly just off the leaders and try and make his move coming to the last hurdle. 

We will need a little luck in running but if the gaps open up for him, he will no doubt be thereabouts. E/W.


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