With hindsight, dear reader, taking last week off to jolly around southern Poland and Northern Slovakia was not a good idea. Not because the company wasn't excellent, nor because I didn't eat and drink at a rate that - if sustained - would see me become two NHS statistics pretty rapidly. Not even because the weather was bad.
No, the problem is that the week before Cheltenham is a ridiculously busy time, and I am now ridiculously behind schedule. The rest of this month will be a real challenge to catch up.
So, in this post, please review a few despatches, before - either later today, or worst case, tomorrow morning - my Day 1 Cheltenham Preview post. There are a couple I have my eye on, which you may want to look out for too.
Enough of that for now.
Now, three things I need to tell you about, as follows:
1. I've just learnt that one of my favourite products, Racing Secrets [Exposed] (RSE), has been relaunched, and is selling for the princely sum of.... seven quid! Now, as ever, there is a catch. Signing up automatically gives you 30 days free access to the lays for RSE. That's no catch, I hear you cry. Well, no indeed. However, if after 30 days, you wish to continue receiving the lay selections, you will be charged a reasonable enough £27 per month thereafter.
So here's what to do: sign up for Racing Secret Exposed for £7 here. Mark the date of 6th April in your calendar. Make a decision on that day whether or not to persist with the service. If you decide not to, just cancel your membership and you'll only ever pay the seven quid. NOTE, you will have to choose a paid subscription as part of the signup process, but you will only be billed £7 at this time, and nothing further until the end of 30 days, and even then, only if you didn't cancel beforehand. Phew, that was a mouthful, but important detail to share, I think.
Oh, and of course - as with any product I recommend, you either get a free trial or a money-back guarantee (or both). In this case, it's both. So if you don't like it, you can even get your seven notes back. Can't say fairer than that!
I gave RSE one of the highest ratings I've ever awarded a product when I first reviewed it back in May 2007 (see that review here), and now it's available again for considerably less than a tenner, I strongly recommend you check it out.
2. Gavin's brilliant Cheltenham guide is now complete, and runs to a whopping 102 pages. He's also giving away a bunch of bonus content on his Festival Trends website. If you don't have a copy, you either won't be betting at Cheltenham or prefer betting at least partially blindly. That's my (admittedly, somewhat biased) view any road.
Check it here: Festival Trends
3. After the success of the last 'betting giveaway', it was only a matter of time before another one followed. And so it is that a similar event will take place in about ten days time. I can't vouch for the quality of all of the freebies, and I believe that there was quite a wide quality range last time around.
What I can tell you is that my giveaway will be great (of course!!!), and that you should always keep in mind that any list you sign up to, you can always sign out from as well by using the unsubscribe link in each email sent to you. This makes it risk free: sign up, check out the product, if you don't like it, then unsubscribe. It's as easy, and fair, as that.
I'll be back later, with my thoughts on the first day of the awesome amazing phenomenal brilliant superb unsurpassed unique racing extravaganza that is the Cheltenham Festival. If you're half as excited as I am, you'll need a clean pair of undergarments on standby!!! 😉
Ciao for now,
p.s. Although this post is something of a pitchfest, I think you'll be pretty hard pushed to find a betting way to spend less than £22 on racing information. I hope at least some of you agree with that.