Racing Profits Guide To The Cheltenham Festival – All Videos Are Now Up :)

Morning all,

Well I have just posted the final Cheltenham Festival Guide to Day 4 video up on You Tube / Facebook here >>

Racing Profits Guide To Day 4 Of The Cheltenham Festival

In the video I take a look at the big three races of the final day of the festival including the Triumph Hurdle, the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle and the big one The Gold Cup Chase. Again I take a good look at the key trends for the past few years and the trials races coming into the festival and what clues they can give us as to potential winners.

The complete set of videos can also be viewed on the Racing Profits Cheltenham Page . I hope you have found it useful and it produces a decent shortlist of potential winners for each of the 12 Grade 1 races over the 4 days.

Don’t forget to check back here next tuesday for my shortlist of Day 1’s races.

Remember to grab all those nice free bets from the bookmakers over this next week – I have listed my Top Free Bets Here

Enjoy the festival and talk soon.

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Richard has been involved in horse racing for the majority of his life. Born in Yorkshire he was brought up around the Northern tracks and has been a Professional punter, form student and race analyst for the past 20 years. Richard's passion for racing and betting is infectious and his innovation in profitable racing systems around backing, laying, dutching and trading on horse racing will help anyone develop a profitable betting strategy. He is responsible for The Scout Tips in the Daily Express and generates the ratings for use in the Daily Star racing pages. He set up RacingProfits.net in 2009 as his personal horse racing blog and also the Managing Director of Racing Profits Guides Ltd running a network of 14 racecourse guide websites and 75 associated social media channels. He is based at the RPG offices at Lincoln University. You could not find a better mentor to help you make money from your betting on horse racing in the UK.

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