PAUL JONES’ PRIVATE NH SERVICE 2012/13
incorporating the CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL ANTE-POST SERVICE
For True Jump Racing Enthusiasts
Starting on November 2nd (Charlie Hall Chase weekend) and running right through to the final weekend of the season, jumps racing expert Paul Jones, author of the Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide, restarts his highly-respected bi-weekly National Hunt Season Private Members’ Service previewing the best of the weekend action every Friday, offering his latest Cheltenham Festival thoughts every Monday including ante-post advices and, as an added bonus, Paul will also provide mid-morning Saturday updates for selected weekends.
Incorporated into his NH Season Private Members’ Service which covers every weekend’s racing for the jumps season starting from November 2nd (plus the best midweek action over Christmas) is Paul’s very profitable Cheltenham Festival Ante-Post Portfolio Service which over the last five years has advised 166 bets and made his members a Level Stakes Profit of 71 points to advised prices and a Return On Investment of 43% which you would have access to as a matter of course. As such, his weekly Cheltenham Ante-Post Service posted every Monday (on average between 5000-7500 words each week which increases to daily messages in the final seven days leading up to the Festival) starts as early as November 5th rather than early January at no extra cost to take advantage of the early value in the Cheltenham Festival Ante-Post markets.
For just £260 for a whole season’s advice covering all the top racing in Britain and Ireland, this represents excellent value and for the first time also includes a copy of his long-standing 200-page Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide. If you would like to be emailed example copies from last season’s NH Season Private Service incorporating the Cheltenham Festival Ante-Post Portfolio Service please contact James Schofield on firstname.lastname@example.org
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“Ante-post betting is a specialist arena, but Paul Jones does indeed appear to be a true expert in this field when it comes to Cheltenham. Festival betting success does require lady luck on your side, but if you can find ante post bets at 25/1 that go off closer to 10/1 you are putting the odds in your favour. Paul can clearly spot value as evidenced by the number of horses that go close at odds that often halve in price.” Dan Jones, Secret Betting Club Review.
Examples from last season’s Service:
BOBS WORTH (RSA Chase) advised 8/1 (Jan 2nd) WON 9/2
The pressure is on for this race as for the last four years I have found a 25/1 winner, two 14/1 winners and a 14/1 neck second. I’ve backed BOBS WORTH. My early thoughts on Bobs Worth were that I felt something with more class would be able to beat him as I didn’t rate the Albert Bartlett form much and then he got lucky to beat Cue Card receiving 7lbs at Newbury on his chase debut but I was so taken with his Feltham third that I have changed my mind and he is just the professional, no-nonsense, unflashy, guaranteed stayer and hard nut that wins the RSA Chase. That Cue Card form looks a lot better now after his easy win last week and don’t forget that Bobs Worth easily beat Rock On Ruby prior to his Festival win last season and that’s very good form also. Being 2-2 at Cheltenham can’t be bad either including an Albert Bartlett win (the 2010 RSA winner Weapons Amnesty also won the Albert Bartlett) but it was the way he kept plugging on to be third in the Feltham that I loved and five horses placed in that race have won the RSA compared to a big fat zero Feltham winners. That suggests to me horses placed in the Feltham get beat there as they lack the pace for that speed track but love the same trip over Cheltenham’s stiffer test.
SIR DES CHAMPS (Jewson Novices’ Chase) advised at 8/1 (Jan 30th) WON 3/1
SIR DES CHAMPS made it 3-3 over fences when getting up close home to give 5lbs to Fists Of Fury and Hidden Cyclone in a tight finish. That might suggest the form is dodgy but they didn’t go that quick and Sir Des Champs did well to win having hit the last fence and giving weight away. He stayed on strongly to land the spoils in the style of a three-miler but that’s fine as I like stayers over Cheltenham’s 2m5f and Mullins said after the race it would be RSA or Jewson but as the owners already have Last Instalment and First Lieutenant for the RSA, the Jewson has to be a warm favourite especially as all three of his chase wins and his Cheltenham Festival handicap hurdle win last season came over around the Jewson trip.
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