TQ Weekend Wrap – Free Horse Racing Tips and Trends: 9th March 2019

 

  • SANDOWN: Trainers Eye Imperial Cup Bonus…….
  • WOLVERHAMPTON: Lincoln Trial Day……..
  • TQ UPDATE: Doubles All Round!!!
  • SNOWY: Join A Pro Punter This Cheltenham

Hi,

This is worse than waiting for Christmas Day!

Yes, the build-up to the Cheltenham Festival has been ramped-up several notches over the last few weeks and we are now within touching distance of the best four days of jumps action on the planet!

The tapes go up on the 2019 Cheltenham Festival next Tuesday so there’s plenty to look forward to on that score. We’ve got the key trends for ALL the 28 races, plus free tips will be added as the week goes on. Top jockey and trainer views too, plus you can also bet alongside our PRO-PUNTER – SNOWY – over the Festival for just £20 (more below), but after banking +123pts last year and +130pts in 2017, then Snowy is a ‘must-have’ to have on your side over the four days!

Before that we’ve got LIVE ITV racing this Saturday from Sandown and Wolverhampton. The Imperial Cup is the feature at Sandown as connections eye-up a £100k bonus should the winner go onto land any Festival race next week – the last to do it was Gaspara in 2007!

We’ve also two races at Wolverhampton, that include the Lincoln Trial, so plenty to get stuck into and hopefully we can bolster our betting banks ahead of next week.

As always, we’ll be hoping to find plenty more winners for you with free tips and all key trends for the LIVE races. Enjoy!

 

Have a Great Weekend!!

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This Week At Trainers-Quotes: Doubles All Round!!

It’s been a top week for many of the yards, but in particular the Tim Vaughan camp after winners on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday!! While, after not having many runners over the last week, the Scott Dixon camp were back with a bang on Wednesday with a top double at Lingfield. The good form of the Henry Oliver yard also continued with a cracking Sedgfield double on Sunday, plus Oliver Sherwood got in on the ‘double-theme’ after two successes at Doncaster last Saturday!

 

(See below)

Here’s just a sample of recent winners…………………

 “Oriental Cross – Did okay last time out at Fontwell, when fourth of 11.  That came over 2m but we feel the step up to 2m4f is in her favour and has also had a wind op since that last run. Now into a handicap too so that will help her chances as well. Should be more to come from her now in these sort of races, while we are also putting the tongue-tie on to help with her breathing. Not a great race and certainly shown ability to go well in a contest like this – each-way.”

1st 5/1 Tim Vaughan

“Debece – Goes without saying we look to have a massive chance here – a lot in-hand on the ratings and the horse is very well. Barring any accidents we should be taking this!”

1st 1/6 Tim Vaughan

“Love Rat – Only two others in the race so will be pikcing up something here. Lee’s runner – Shyron – is the clear one to beat though, but at laest we are a proven distance winner so that helps. We’ll try and make full use of his stamina and see if that’s enough. The horse is well and will run his race – we’ll just have to see if he can outstay the favourite, who we’ve got a bit to find with.”

1st 5/2 Scott Dixon

“Dawn Commando – Has few excuses left, top jockey on board and a decent draw – ran his best race at the track over seven and looked as if a mile would help.”

2nd 9/1 Daniel Kubler

“Champagne Mondays – Likes to get on with things and that will be the plan again here. Only two runners so will turn into a tactical affair, but both of us are closely matched with the weight we get. We get 14lbs off the other runner so hoping that will make the difference and we are at least proven over the trip.”

1st 11/10 Scott Dixon

“Dovils Date – Has won 5 times over hurdles and is also a course winner here. A lot of weight to carry so that’s why we are putting Charlie up to take off 7lbs. Dropped in grade though from the class he’s used to running in and hopeful the tongue-tie will help first time too. 4 month break to get over but has gone well fresh in the past and seems well at home. Look to have the Skelton and Twiston-Davies horses to beat but still feel we’ve got each-way claims.”

3rd 28/1 Tim Vaughan

“Glimpse Of Gold – Into a Selling Hurdle here so very poor quality race, but that that should also give us every chance. Weighted to go close based on the ratings. Conditions are fine and overall hurdles record is not bad with 8 top three finishes from 18. Should be in the mix.”

1st 15/8 Tim Vaughan

“Hard To Forget – Solid first run in a handicap last time out, when third at Market Rasen. Up just 2lbs for that and probably a slightly better race here but is going the right way and will have conditions to suit. Only 10 lengths behind Arthur Mac in a Novice Hurdle before too and that form is working out well with the winner going in again last week. Open race but feel we head here with decent each-way claims.”

1st 10/3 Henry Oliver

“Arthur Mac – A horse we like a lot – won well at Catterick two runs back and wasn’t disgraced when second at Newcastle last time – the winner looks useful. Slight drop back in trip from that last run will help and Jason is on this time to claim a handy 7lbs. We get 5lbs from the McCain horse too so based on the ratings we look the clear one to beat. Hopeful of a big run.”

1st 4/11 Henry Oliver

“Papagana has improved with each run this season (apart from when she was nearly wiped out at Market Rasen) she is very brave and she stays well. She picked up her black type last time out when finishing third in a Listed race at Sandown, the two horses in front of her beat her on her previous outing (at Haydock) but she was closer to them this time so is certainly going the right way. This will be Papa’s first attempt at three miles, but based on that last run she looks as if she’s screaming for the trip, there are not many listed novice mares races over three miles and whilst I’d prefer softer ground for her you have to run in the races available. Each-way.”

1st 9/4 Oliver Sherwood

“Manning Estate – Flash – as he’s known at home – has run well in all of his races so far, he’s been a consistent horse who has given his first time owners (Sue & Joe Norman) a lot of fun. He looked the likely winner last time out at Plumpton where he was outstayed on ground that had changed from good to softer during the day, which didn’t help him. Flash wants decent ground and I think this track will suit him, he has ability and loves his jumping he just needs to put everything together now and get his head in front. Flash is a bit of a boy at home, talented and occasionally naughty … a real character and a joy to have around. Only five runners and really looks between four of us, should not be far away.”

1st 3/1 Oliver Sherwood

“Copper Gone West – Won well last time out at Musselburgh – has come out of that race well and should have more to offer. Harder race and against the boys here to makes life harder. But only had three runs under rules and going the right way. Conditions are fine so even though a competitive race we’ve got each-way claims here and looks our better chance on the day.”

2nd 20/1 Tim Vaughan

“Hijran – Has a chance again today – delighted with her win at Kempton last time out and even though up 7lbs for that we still think she’s improving. Jason rode last time and continues in the saddle, plus these conditions will suit. 3 or 4 with similar chances but feel we head here with a decent chance. 2 1/2 stars.”

1st 4/1 Henry Oliver

“Ahfad – Nice draw in 7. A tricky race – with many chances – but surely must have decent e/w chances if building slightly on his last effort when fourth.”

2nd 11/1 Gary Moore

“Purple Rock – Won well last time out and is a proven course and distance winner. Up 3lbs for that and has come out of the race well enough to suggest he can go close again here. Danny Muscutt keeps the ride.”

1st 15/8 Gay Kelleway

“Landsman – Hoping we’ve found a good opportunity here to get off the mark over hurdles. Former Tony Martin runner that was third on debut for us earlier this month at Huntingdon. This race looks easier than last time and after returning from a 5 month break last time has improved for that outing. Step up to 2m4f is a slight unknown as this will be the furthest he’s gone but we feel it will suit and the flat track and better ground will also help on that front. “

1st 13/8 Tim Vaughan

“Gleno – Won his bumper last year on heavy ground and has not figured much in his novice hurdle races. More chances now qualified for handicaps, but I have slight ground concerns that conditions may be quick enough today. “

1st 4/1 Gary Moore

“Louis Vac Pouch – Very useful sort and a nice recruit to the yard. Had his issues but delighted with his win on stable debut last time out – travelled and jumped really well that day at Ludlow and has come out of it really well. Slight step up in trip will be fine and will be okay on the quicker ground. We’ve 10lbs in-hand with the nearest rival – Niven – so really we’d be disappointed if we can’t follow-up here.”

1st 1/16 Henry Oliver

“Hogans Height – Was a decent Novice Chaser last season and won his Novice Hurdle at Catterick last time out, so running here again a plus. Will appreciate this step up in trip and looks to have a decent chance if defying his penalty. Tim’s the obvious danger in what looks a straight shootout!”

1st 11/10 Jamie Snowden

“Northern Beau – Decent and consistent mare that was second last time out at Leicester. That came off a break so will be better for it and we are also 2lbs lower here. Tongue-tie remains on but we are also putting the cheekpieces on today to eke out a bit more. Only 4 runners and really looks between us and two others. Ground fine and taster of the track last time will also hopefully help. Another bold bid expected.”

1st 7/4 Michael Scudamore

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Sandown Horse Racing Trends

1.50 – European Breeders´ Fund Matchbook VIP “National Hunt” Novices´ Handicap Hurdle Final (Grade 3) Cl1 2m3f173y ITV

16/16 – Had won no more than twice over hurdles before
15/16 – Aged 6 or younger
15/16 – Carried 10-11 or more
13/16 – Placed in the top 3 last time out
13/16 – Rated 129 or less
13/16 – Came from outside the top 3 in the betting
12/16 – Raced within the last 6 weeks
11/16 – Irish bred
11/16 – Returned 8/1 or less in the betting
12/16 – Unplaced favourites
10/16 – Aged 6 years-old
8/16 – Had won over this trip before
5/16 – Won last time out
2/16 – Won by trainer Nicky Henderson
2/16 – Won by trainer Paul Nicholls
2/16 – Won by the Pipe yard
1/16 – Winning favourites
1/16 – Winners that went onto run at Cheltenham (3rd Martin Pipe)
The average winning SP in the last 10 runnings is 10/1

The Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls yards both have decent records in this race, so anything they run should be noted. Trixster ran well last time too and is respected if making the final line-up, with the Tim Vaughan yard in good form this week. However, it might be worth chancing ONE FOR ROSIE and SKANDIBUG. Both head here in good order, with One For Rosie having won three of his last four for the Alan King yard, while Skandiburg wasn’t disgraced in running the already mentioned Trixster close last time at Kelso. That form has been franked since, but the drop in trip should favour this Olly Murphy runner so is taken to be in the shake-up once again. Finally, in a very open and competitive race it could pay to note that the Nicky Henderson yard boast an impressive 30% record with their hurdlers at the track – they run Before Midnight and Mill Green, while another yard that’s done well here with their hurdlers is the Fergal O’Brien camp – they have Champagne Well entered.

2.25 – Matchbook Imperial Cup Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3) Cl1 2m110y ITV

16/16 – Had won no more than twice over hurdles before
15/16 – Had won between 1-2 times over hurdles before
15/16 – Had raced within the last 6 weeks
14/16 – Carried 10-13 or less
13/16 – Rated 124 or higher
12/16 – Aged 6 or younger
11/16 – Carried 10-7 or less
10/16 – Winners that went onto run at the Cheltenham Festival (1 winner, Gaspara – Fred Winter)
10/16 – Had won over at least 2m1f (hurdles) before
10/16 – Finished in the top two last time out
9/16 – Winning distance – 3 ½ lengths or more
8/16 – Returned a double-figure price in the betting
7/16 – Aged 4 or 5 years-old
6/16 – Raced at either Cheltenham (2), Sandown (2) or Ascot (2) last time out
6/16 – Won last time out
5/16 – Winning favourites
5/16 – French bred
5/16 – Had raced at Sandown (hurdles) before – 2 had won there before
5/16 – Won by the Pipe stable (have won it 9 times in all)
1/16 – Won by an Irish-trained horse
The average winning SP in the last 16 years is 11/1

The Nicky Henderson-trained Call Me Lord heads the weights with 11st-12lbs to carry but with this 160-rated runner in the race that means the others will ALL race with 10st 12lbs or less. He’s a proven course and distance winner and has been touted at a Champion Hurdle horse in recent seasons – he’s not quite hit those heights yet, but this 6 year-old is still very much the class-act in the race and the one to beat. Having said that, it won’t be easy having to lump that big weight round – the last horse to win the Imperial Cup with that sort of weight was Blowing Wind, who won with 11st 10lbs in 1998. While since 1947, only one winner has carried 11st 12lbs or more (Lanzarote, 1973, 12st 4lbs). Call Me Lord is entered in both the County Hurdle and the Coral Cup next week. Henderson also has the improving Dream Du Grand Val in the race and with this 6 year-old getting 21lbs off it’s stablemate then this will be a huge bonus.

Nicholls is still looking for his first win in the race and in Malaya he’s got a live chance of breaking his duck. This mare gets in with just 10st 2lbs in weight and has finished in the top two in 8 of her 12 hurdles starts. She ticks a lot of the main stats but does fall down on having won too many times (4) and also not being placed in the top two last time out. She’s entered in the County Hurdle next week.

EXTRA MAG (e/w) might be the one worth chancing though. This 5 year-old hails from the Pipe yard, that we’ve already mentioned have a cracking record in this race. He’s lightly-raced with only four career runs so there should be more to come, while this is also his first run in a handicap. He gets in with a low weight (10st) and has gone well in a variety of different ground types. With entries in the Country Hurdle and Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Hurdle next week at Cheltenham, then should he win here then the bonus could be on again for the Pipe camp.

Of the rest, MONSIEUR LECOQ has impressed this season and heads here on a three-timer, so a saver on him is advised too. He’s up 12lbs for his last win here over course and distance but some of that is offset with the jockey’s 7lb claim. He’s been freshened-up with a few months off but won well enough last time (9 lengths) to suggest there is more to come – any rain though would certainly help his chance. Benny’s Bridge and First Flow are others that are sure to be popular.

 

3.00 – EBF Stallions/TBA Mares´ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race (Listed) Cl1 2m110y ITV

15/15 – Had won at least one NH Flat race before
14/15 – 1ST or 2ND last time out
13/15 – Returned 17/2 or shorter in the betting
11/15– Won last time out
10/15 – Had won just once before (NH Flat race)
9/15 – Had raced within the last 8 weeks
8/15 – Aged 5 years-old
1/15 – Winning favourites
9 of the last 12 winners were aged 5 or 6 years-old
The average winning SP in the last 10 years is 13/2

Tricky races to unravel as we’ve a lot of unexposed sorts running so really stakes should be kept to a minimum. With 14 of the last 15 winners having finished first or second last time out this is a good stat to have on side, while 9 of the last 12 winners were aged 5 or 6 years-old. The Harry Fry yard had a number of entries in the week so whichever ones make the final line-up should be noted – at this stage their 5 year-old, Whitehotchillifili looks their main hope. However, if you are having a bet then the safest option looks to be the Paul Nicholls-trained SILVER FOREVER. This 5 year-old has won three of her four races to date so will have a lot more experience than most and we already know she is capable of putting her head in front. Yes, this will be her biggest test to date but looks a useful mare that is going the right way.

 

3.35 – Matchbook Racing Is Commission Free Handicap Chase Cl3 3m37y ITV

14/16 – Had won over at least 2m4f (fences) before
14/16 – Carried 11-1 or more
14/16 – Returned 9/1 or shorter in the betting
13/16 –  Rated between 125-134
13/16 – Aged 8 or older
12/16 – Had won between 1-4 times over fences
12/16 – Came from the top 3 in the betting
10/16 – Placed favourites
10/16 – Unplaced last time out
10/16 – Raced within the last 4 weeks
10/16 – Irish bred
8/16 – Returned 7/2 or shorter in the betting
4/16 – Trained by Paul Nicholls
3/16 – Ridden by Ruby Walsh
3/16 – Winning favourites (1 joint)
3/16 – Won last time out
2/16 – Trained by Oliver Sherwood
Pete The Feat (9/1) won the race in 2018
The average winning SP in the last 10 runnings is 9/2

The front-running Loose Chips is another popular stalwart here at Sandown and can go well from the front, but is not getting any younger at 13 years-old. So, in a race the Paul Nicholls yard likes to do well in it could pay to take a chance on their FAVORITO BUCK’S (e/w). This 7 year-old ticks a lot of the main trends and his younger legs will be a help against a lot of older horses. He won well in this grade two runs back and wasn’t disgraced last time at Ascot in a Listed Chase – he should find this company a lot easier. Ami Desbois and the Venetia Williams runner- Commodore – are others that can go well, while the Alan King yard often do well with their runners at the track so their old-boy Salmanazar can’t be discounted either.

 


WOLVERHAMPTON: It’s Lincoln Trial Day……..

 

Wolverhampton Horse Racing Trends

2.05 – Sunracing.co.uk Lincoln Trial Handicap Cl2 1m141y ITV

15/16 – Aged 6 or younger
14/16 – Had raced within the last 6 weeks
14/16 – Won over a mile (or further) before
13/16– Won at least three times before
13/16 – Priced 9/1 or shorter in the betting
10/16 – Placed favourites
9/16 – Ran at Lingfield last time out
9/16 – Came from stall 8 or higher
8/16 – Came from outside the top 3 in the betting
7/16 – Aged 5 years-old
7/16 – Had won at Wolverhampton before
5/16 – Won last time out
5/16 – Winning favourites
2/16 – Trained by the Richard Hannon yard
2/16 – Ridden by Jamie Spencer
Big Country (8/1) won the race 12 months ago
The average winning SP in the last 10 runnings is 6/1

With 15 of the last 16 winners aged 6 or younger then this stat knocks out a fair few – including the likes of Pactolus, Goring, Third Time Lucky and Qaffaal. The consistent Pinnata should be in the shake-up too, but with a cracking 47% record with their older horses at the track then it’s hard to get away from the William Haggas runner – VICTORY BOND (e/w). This 6 year-old returns from a three month break but is sure to be well tuned-up for this return and it’s interesting that the yard are putting up the promising Cieren Fallon to ride and also claim a handy 7lbs. He’s the top-rated horse in the race too and with that 7lb offset his 9-10 weight comes right down to 9-3, which makes him very interesting indeed.

 

3.15 – Sunracing.co.uk Lady Wulfruna Stakes (AW Championship Fast-Track Qualifier) (Listed Race) Cl1 7f32y ITV

11/12 – Had won over 7f before
10/12 – Returned 9/1 or shorter in the betting
10/12 – Had won at least 4 times before
10/12 – Placed favourites
9/12 – Had raced within the last 3 weeks
9/12 – Rated 104 or higher
7/12 – Raced at Lingfield last time out
7/12 – Drawn in stall 7 or higher
6/12 – Aged 6 or 7 years-old
6/12 – Unplaced last time out
6/12 – Had won at Wolverhampton before
4/12 – Winning favourite
2/12 – Trained by Marco Botti
Second Thought (8/11) won the race in 2018

Oh This Is Us is the top-rated in the field so is the one to beat, but this filly does have to five 5lbs away to the William Haggas runner – ISLAND OF LIFE (e/w). As mentioned in the last race, the yard have a 47% record with their older horses at the track and this 5 year-old is improving all the time – she heads here on a four-timer and there could be more to come. Course and distance winner – Documenting is another to consider, as is Arcanada, Keystoke and Straight Right – but I’ll stick with the Haggas runner, mainly based on the cracking form the horse has been in, plus the yard’s top strike-rate at this venue.

 

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Selections: 21
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22 stats found

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Snowy Email 13/03/2018 14:50 Cheltenham Shantou Flyer £0 2.5pt EW 16/1 14/1 2nd £7.50 £6.25
Snowy Email 13/03/2018 14:50 Cheltenham Casse Tete £0 1.5pt EW 25/1 N/A UP -£3.00 -£3.00
Snowy Email 13/03/2018 16:50 Cheltenham Rathvinden £0 3.5pt EW 11/2 9/2 1st £24.06 £19.68
Snowy Email 13/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Rather Be £0 3pt EW 11/1 12/1 2nd £5.25 £6.00
Snowy Email 13/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Rather Be £0 £1 EW Lucky 15 11/1 12/1 2nd £0.00 £0.00
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 14:10 Cheltenham Elegant Escape £0 3pt EW 10/1 9/1 2nd £3.00 £2.40
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 14:50 Cheltenham Voix Du Reve £0 1.5pt EW 16/1 10/1 14th -£3.00 -£3.00
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 14:50 Cheltenham Mount Mews £0 2.5pt EW 16/1 12/1 10th -£5.00 -£5.00
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 16:50 Cheltenham Nube Negra £0 1.5pt EW 10/1 15/2F 3rd £2.25 £1.31
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 16:50 Cheltenham Esprit De Somoza £0 1.5pt EW 14/1 16/1 14th -£3.00 -£3.00
Snowy Email 14/03/2018 14:50 Cheltenham Mount Mews £0 £1 EW Lucky 15 16/1 12/1 10th £0.00 £0.00
Snowy Email 15/03/2018 15:30 Cheltenham Yanworth £0 4pt EW 13/2 N/A UP -£8.00 -£8.00
Snowy Email 15/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Final Nudge £0 2.5pt EW 14/1 N/A UP -£5.00 -£5.00
Snowy Email 15/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Captain Bucks £0 1pt EW 40/1 N/A UP -£2.00 -£2.00
Snowy Email 15/03/2018 16:10 Cheltenham Snow Falcon £0 £1 EW Lucky 15 20/1 VOID
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 14:10 Cheltenham Tigris River £0 1.5pt EW 50 N/A UP -£3.00 -£3.00
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 14:10 Cheltenham Spiritofthegames £0 2pt EW 16/1 16/1 5th -£4.00 -£4.00
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 15:30 Cheltenham Native River £0 4pt EW 5/1 5/1 1st £25.00 £25.00
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 16:50 Cheltenham Discorama £0 2pt EW 40/1 33/1 2nd £18.00 £14.50
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 16:50 Cheltenham Lough Derg Spirit £0 1.5pt EW 25/1 N/A UP -£3.00 -£3.00
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Top Gamble £0 2.5pt EW 12/1 8/1 3rd £5.00 £2.50
Snowy Email 16/03/2018 17:30 Cheltenham Top Gamble £0 £1 EW Lucky 15 33/1 8/1 3rd £72.50 £72.50

 

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SNOWY’S 4-DAY 2019 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL PASS for JUST £20

It does exactly what it says on the tin.

How Will It Work Over Cheltenham???

  1. JOIN TODAY FOR JUST £20
  2. YOU’LL BE ADDED TO SNOWY’S CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL MEMBERS LIST
  3. BE COVERED FOR ALL 4 DAYS OF THE CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL
  4. SNOWYS SELECTIONS DELIVERED VIA EMAIL EACH MORNING
  5. GRAB THE EARLY VALUE AND THE BEST PRICES
  6. Antepost Lucky 15 Selections
  7. Previews on the main four races in the build-up to the action.

Snowy – a former postmen, turned Pro-Punter…..that always delivers!

TESTIMONIAL TIME………..

 

“More fantastic tipping from Snowy today. If there’s a better NH tipster in the country please introduce me to them ! Thanks for some excellent pointers this week – my betting bank is looking the healthiest it has all year!” SW

“Just to say snowy, you are on fire!. Keep it up and we can all have a few extra drinks at xmas” ST

“Sincere thanks for all the recent tips and winners; I must admit that I thought you had lost the plot with some difficult ones in the summer. They cost me a lot of money, as I continued to back them all. But fair play, Snowy, you’ve brought a lot of pleasure to me this week, and I just wanted to let you know. Keep up the good work!” AE

“00 Snowy….licensed to print money!….stirred but unshaken in his quest to beat our arch enemy “the bookies”! ….our hero does it again!…three big winners, three days in a row! 5/1, 8/1 and 6/1. My winnings alone pays enough for 6 monthsof your subscription! Thank you very much Sir! (p.s. I realise you won’t be posting this on your site as it reads like a copywriter’s promotional ad for you….well I am not one of those, I am just a regular punter who’s just thrilled to have you on my side).” Tony V

 

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Snowy has been working for months on his main Festival fancies – and now he can’t wait for the action to get underway. If he doesn’t find regular winners, he doesn’t eat – it’s as simple as that!

 

Trust us – this guy is good! There is not a lot else to say – the proof is in the results which can all be found on his site. Here at Tipster Platforms we don’t just let any old tipsters join our reputable site – they have to undergo a tough proofing period and only the best make it on!

 

GRAB YOUR 4-DAY 2019 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL PASS TODAY

 

The TP Team

 

 

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THAT’S YOUR LOT!!!

Have a GREAT Weekend

TQ Team