Winning Profiles (Handicap Service 2011/12)

Hands up who likes to find the winner of the big NH Handicaps?
You know, the PaddyPower Gold Cup, The Hennessy, The Welsh National and even the Grand National.

I have to admit, personally I stick to my little niche races, and leave these racing conundrums to the big name pundits. But fact is the betting turnover is massive on these races, so its clear that many of you are having significant bets on these races.

But lets face it, the bookies are clearing up for the most part. How can you turn this tide? Well many would suggest you might as well “stick a pin in it”, such is the competitiveness of some of these races, or you could follow the TV or Racing Press pundits, but that is just following the crowd.  Like I said, I don’t bet that often in these races,  but let me tell you how I’d go about attacking them.
I’d go back through the stats, and I’d try and create a “winning profile” for the race in question. Arduous work and not many would bother or in fact even know where to start.
Thankfully though this work has already been done, and its available to you.
Nick Pullen of Racing Angles has  collated all the data and created a winning profile for 20 of the top Handicaps for this National Hunt season. Starting with the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham this Saturday.

I’ve been lucky enough to get a copy and it is top quality stuff.
It is 107 pages in total but you needn’t worry about your printer being up to scratch,  as you’ll get a printed edition posted to you as well as getting instant access to a pdf copy if you buy.  An email summary is also supplied in the week running up to each big race, with the likely contenders analysed.

You can sample this service risk free up until Christmas.
For details of an exclusive discount and to find out more click here.

(Note: You get instant access to the pdf, so there’s plenty of time to use this for the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham this weekend)




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