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£19,954 Yankee Part III

Today I’ve got the third leg of the Value Backing Cheltenham Yankee, I wan’t sure I would be allowed to share anymore of these ante post selections but I have it and it’s below.

You’ll remember that last week I told you how Carl Nicholson made 65 points profit at last years festival and  I gave you one leg of a Yankee that pays £29,248 for a 50 pence each way stake.

Well as expected the prices have shortened and the bet will now pay £19,954 to 5o pence each way stakes if successful.

If you want to be on this bet then I suggest that you get all the selections today and secure the prices before they shorten again.

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Premier League & Racing Tips

We already have racing tips from Nick Hardman on yesterdays post.

What I want to do today is to showcase the quality analysis that members of Football Forecasts get every weekend.

This is just one of the matches analysed by Mark Foley for his members and he recommends bets at 16/1, 9/1 and 6/1 in this match, I’ve included those bets below.

If you want to get the rest of Mark’s weekend bets then you can join him for a full month for just £9.99.

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Free Nick Hardman Racing Tips

We had a great result in the BetBright Chase last Saturday with our selections Rocky Creek (adv 12/1) and Le Reve (adv 10/1) finishing first and second.

Today we take a trends look at the weekend’s feature races which are the Greatwood Gold Cup and the Grimthorpe Chase.

Firstly, we turn our attentions to Friday’s cards. The David Pipe stable are on fire at the moment with 10 winners from 28 runners in the last 14 days for a level stakes profit of £19.46 and he has a few interesting entries at Newbury this afternoon.

First up is C&D winner Brook who goes in the opening Juvenile Hurdle.

A bumper winner in France, he made a pleasing debut at Cheltenham when finishing fourth in a decent race won by Karezak. He followed that up with a C&D victory and then flopped at Wincanton 15 days later.

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Free Cheltenham Book

How To Win At CheltenhamToday you can get a copy of Carl Nicholson’s How To Win At Cheltenham book for free on Amazon Kindle.

Kindle books can be read on your PC if you don’t have a Kindle device or a tablet.

Once you’ve clicked to buy there is a button that lets you read it straight away on your screen.

Last years update focused on owner and trainer angles and pointed winners toward a good few winners.

This year the book has been updated again and this year the focus is on the runners of prominent owners and how they might target the festival.

If you’re a previous buyer of the book you will have to contact Amazon and ask them to update you to the latest version of the book as they no longer automatically update books except in the case of major grammatical error :(

Other factors covered are the course and the big hill and a method for assessing if a horse will stay on up the hill, the Cheltenham going factor that needs to be taken into account and trainers that are over bet despite poor form.

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