Clear, concise, comprehensive horseracing analysis and insight from Paul Jones, former author of the Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide, concentrating on jump racing in addition to the best of the Flat and leading Sports events.
  • Ante Post Focus uploaded - Cheltenham Festival Week 4 uploaded - Paul's Blog & Andy Richmond's Beating The Bias uploaded - Sunday Race Previews & General Sports uploaded - Saturday Race Previews uploaded - Friday Race Previews uploaded


October 12th

As we are live testing, this gives me an opportunity to look at things before I officially launch on November 12th and I have had a rejig of 'Sport' and 'Guest Contributions'. From now on any non-horseracing related articles will feature in 'Sport' rather than 'Guest Contributions' and I have already moved previous copy over. 'Guest Contributions' was becoming overloaded with content so this will help to balance copy out more. From now on 'Guest Contributions' will contain only horseracing articles from anyone other than myself. As such, you can read Carl Redden's preview of the ATP Shanghai Masters in 'Sport' which was uploaded this morning.

Later this week I will give a Mid-October update in 'Cheltenham Ante-Post' looking back at the best of the action and news in the first couple of weeks of the month but before then I will post my jumps Horses to Follow in the blog attempting to replicate the success of the same feature last year in my Weekly Wash Up series. Champions Day will be covered in 'Race Previews' on Friday.

Looking back at Chepstow, I homed in on the wrong Welsh-based trainer to follow over the weekend as Evan Williams mopped up the three big hurdle races with Court Minstrel (40/1), Tea in Transvaal (14/1) and Roadie Joe (8/1). That's some treble!

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