It's a bit sneaky, dear reader, and more than a little bit cheeky too. But I've recorded a couple of videos from inside Gavin's latest Festival Trends website and even in the guide itself. I'm sure he won't mind... ahem!
If nothing else, you'll find out who's going to win the Queen Anne Stakes, the opening race on Tuesday...
This video shows you, warts and all, the results of Festival Trends so far this season... (really sorry for occasional squiggling - do not adjust your set!)
And this video shows you inside the premium world of the Royal Ascot Festival Trends... (again, apologies for major squiggles - it's not you, it's me!)
Festival Trends has only been going for three months and, as you may have just seen, it's already showing a profit over over Â£1,000, to just Â£10 stakes, if you'd backed each trends selection and top-rated Nag selection in each race.
The first video above showed you how consistent across all meetings the Festival Trends guides have been, and the second video shows you 'inside the top secret website' (OK, so it's not top secret, but you do have to pay!).
I've been loving Gavin's Festival Trends guides for two reasons:
1. They save me days of my life in terms of not having to do the research myself
2. They keep finding nice priced winners!
After Cheltenham, Royal Ascot is easily my second favourite meeting of the whole year. And I'll be punting with my Trends bible by my side.
I don't need to 'pitch' this at you. Quite simply, it's the best guide out there. It knocks the living daylights out of Weatherby's and Racing Post's so-called authoritative guides.
It runs to over 150 pages for a five day meeting, and it's bloody brilliant.
Just buy it - you will enjoy it! Buy Festival Trends here...
p.s. If there's one horse racing manual you buy this Summer, make it this one. It's awesome, I promise.
p.p.s. Please don't email me to say that I did pitch, even though I didn't need to! 😉
p.p.s. I'm serious. The true test of whether something is good or not when it's recommended by a marketer is whether that marketer would still recommend it without the affiliate link. Well, guess what? Use the link below and I get no money - so what?! - Go get it!Â http://www.festivaltrends.co.uk