It may very well not have escaped your attention that, as the flat winds down and the jumpers take their first seasonal steps, there is a melee of promotions for National Hunt betting services.
Many of these are well established perennial services offered by people I know personally. What follows is not necessarily a recommendation for any of those services, though the fact they're mentioned on this site means I am confident in the reputability of the provider and the service level they work to. Actually, having witnessed first hand all three, what follows IS a recommendation for the paid services; but more than that it's an encouragement to sample some excellent freeness and make up your own mind thereafter.
So... this is a single page highlighting three of the very best free offers which currently abound, and which might be of interest. If none of them are for you, no dramas; if all of them are, great. Whatever works for you. I just wanted to try to provide a single page rather than send a raft of emails.
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OK, here we go:
Free All Weather Micro Systems Guide
Provided by: Festival Trends (Gavin Priestley)
A set of micro-angles for the all weather, but only from October to December (i.e. right now). As you'll have guessed, this has kicked off already.
Results so far: 5624774138912121342691
22 runners, 5 winners +14 points
Ten To Follow for the Jumps Guide
Provided by: Cleeve Racing
A strong Irish focus to this list, and some of the better novices from last season. Should pay its way and offer plenty of top class interest through the National Hunt season.
Click the image below to download a copy:
Alternative 20 to Follow Guide
Provided by: Narrowing The Field (Ben Aitken)
If you prefer taking a flyer on darker - much darker - horses, then Ben's No Mullins/Elliott/Nicholls/Hendo score of horses will be of interest. There's a really nice mix of 'second tier' trainers represented and you can add the horse names - and associated comments - straight into your Geegeez Tracker.