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Jumping Propects 2015

Jumping ProspectsToday I'm looking at a book called Jumping Prospects that has been recommended to me.

It is written by racing stalwart John Morris.

The book is priced at £15 and was published late September and is aimed at those who like to follow trainers and also spot a few big priced winners that are under the radar.

There is comprehensive coverage of 21 Trainers along with comments on 475 of the horses in their care.

There are also ‘stable eyecatchers’ at the end of each interview to help you focus on those the author really likes.

Last year’s edition produced 242 winners and included winners at 40/1, 33/1, 25/1 and 20/1.

This is the 23rd edition of the book and clearly offers something that is worthwhile to many.

Here's the edited highlights of the Amazon blurb…

21 Stable Interviews with various jumps trainers including: Kim Bailey, Ali Stronge, rebecca Curtis, James Ewart, Harry Fry, Warren Greatrex, Anthony Honeyball, Nicky Henderson, Alan King, Emma Lavelle, Charlie Longsdon, Donald McCain, Paul Nicholls, Dr Richard Newland, Ben Pauling, Oliver Sherwood, Dan Skelton, Jamie Snowden, Tom Symonds, Colin Tizzard, Robert Walford.

John says: “Once again I have visited some of the major jumping stables along with other horses that might slip under the radar. The energy you pick up from my stable tour will fuel your betting tank for a long, long time!”

The Jumping Prospects book is guaranteed to uncover many winners during the autumn and winter jumps season.

When you purchase your copy of Jumping Prospects it will pay for YOUR outlay many times over, as it has the answers to future winners likely to appear during the jumps campaign.

You can obtain a copy by visiting https://www.dailypunt.com/jumpingprospects 

Today's Selection

9.10 Kempton Fiftyshadesofgrey – eachway bet – 11/2 Bet 365

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Pro Gambler Interview

Today we have a free PDF from the Secret Betting Club which features a few reviews of tipping services.

Including a free tipster and a £10 per month tipster.

Pro Gambler Interview

The PDF also includes an interview with Peter Green, who is a winning gambler.

The interview details the early days of Peter's career where he paid the price of naivety.

It then goes on to detail how Peter turned things around with the help of tipsters.

The second interview with a guy called Rowan includes details of the services that he uses to make a part time profit from betting.

You can get the free pdf by clicking here

Today's Selection

3.20 Plumpton Amazing Scenes – eachway bet – 9/1 Paddy Power, Sky Bet

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I Thought I Saw a Pussy Cat

Today we have a preview of the weekends football action and Premier League football tips from Tipster Warehouse…

Weekend Football Preview

The race for the Premier League crown was thrown wide open again last weekend as Chelsea surprisingly lost to Aston Villa 1-0. The Villans were good value for their win and although Jose Mourinho was unlucky to lose Willian to a farcical second yellow card he can have no complaints at the straight red shown to Ramires.

Jose likes to mask his side’s poor performances – rare as they are – by always deflecting the blame to a third party but neutrals will have seen that his side failed to turn up until it was too late in this game. Fortunately this is this Premier League and his team get the chance to rectify that this weekend as they face one of their main challengers to the title, Arsenal.

This Saturday really is crunch time for the Gunners as they travel the short distance to Stamford Bridge. A loss for Arsene Wenger will psychologically damage them far more than the loss of points.

With only a handful of games left to play Arsenal, if they are to be champions, need to snatch all three points from this game and put themselves in a position to win the title.

If Chelsea do win then they will effectively chalk off one of their main rivals from the run in. A draw is the likely scenario for this one I fear as both sides will probably realise the importance of the match and this may stifle any free flowing attacking football.

Chelsea remain in the box seat with points on the board but all three chasing teams can and I expect will help to make this the most exciting four way title run in for many a year.

Unusually for a Premier League so dependent on Sky TV schedules we witness all four top clubs playing on a Saturday this weekend. Both Liverpool and Manchester City face what on paper would seem to be easy matches, three points Sir, thank you very much.

Luis Suarez and his Reds travel to second bottom club Cardiff who despite a change of manager seem to be doomed. The Bluebirds (playing in red) have competed well at times this season but in the end it’s a sad but true reality that the big money clubs will always over the long term succeed.

That said this league is so exciting because of its pure competitiveness. However, form wise the reds are on fire at the moment and all the sensible money will be on an away win and several goals racked up to Messrs Sturridge and Suarez along the way.

The Citizens of Manchester enjoy an easy afternoon as bottom club Fulham visit the Etihad.

Felix Magath may have notched up his first win since taking charge – a narrow 1-0 victory over Newcastle last weekend but that can’t hide the fact that it was their first three points in ten games and they travel to the most exciting team in the land at the moment.

The goals may have temporarily dried up for City of late with only three in their last four games but this must surely be a blip. I expect them to re-light their fires very soon and this will be the ideal opportunity for them to bang in a few goals. I see them winning by three or four goals and continuing to breathe down Jose Mourinho’s neck.

With both Cardiff and Fulham looking increasing likely to be relegated this season unless they can re-invigorate their season immediately the last relegation place will be decided by one of seven clubs.

I would guess that 40 points is the cut off point for safety and with eight of nine games left for most clubs I see Stoke City on 34 points now clear of danger. They should pick up 6 points in their last 8 matches.

Below them and any side with a run of bad form can be dragged down. Sunderland currently occupy the danger spot but with their recent cup exploits have acquired two to three games in hand on those around them.

This Saturday they travel to one of their nearest relegation rivals Norwich City. A win for Gus Poyet and his team of battlers will put them one point behind the Canaries with three games in hand. Surely if they can get into this position it will be harder for them to fall into the Championship than see their way into next seasons Premier League?

Of the other teams faced with the drop Swansea and Crystal Palace travel to awkward places where they will do well to pick up any points – Everton and Newcastle respectively.

West Ham play a resurgent Manchester United fresh from a fine win in midweek. However, you never quite know what side the red devils will put out in the Premier League- their trouncing at Old Trafford at the hands of fierce rivals Liverpool last week will have hurt them badly.

How will they respond? I expect they will in turn hurt the Hammers chances of staying up with a resounding win.

The last Saturday match pits rivals for the drop Hull against West Brom. Baggies boss Pepe Mel was so pleased last week to pick up his first win since taking the reins after a fine away victory in Swansea.

His advisers may need to explain the English language a little to him though since his claim in his post match interview to have “pleasured all of his fans” was perhaps a surprise to some who were expecting to be just watching a football match!

The Sunday televised games seem on paper to fall a little flat this weekend as firstly Tottenham play Southampton in their race to hang on to a fifth place spot in the renowned Europa League and mid table clubs Aston Villa and Stoke battle it out to pull away from any slight chance of relegation.

With both clubs on 34 points surely the winner here will now consider their place in the Premier League safe for another season. The loser will have to wait a few games to make their position safe.

Top Tips

If you’re feeling particularly lucky this weekend you could go for a double with Cardiff and Fulham both winning. A £1 bet would return £144 with Cardiff at 8/1 and Fulham 18/1 but if you’re a tad more realistic then wins for Liverpool at 5/11 and Man City at 1/6 may put a few more pounds in your bank at the end of the games.

There are also some generous odds to be had on an away win for Arsenal at 7/2 which given Chelsea’s blip last week could be interesting but my top tip this week is a away win for Sunderland at Norwich. This is an eminently winnable match for the Black Cats and you can still pick up odds of 11/4 on this.

To find out more about Tipster Warehouse and to get more free tips Click Here.

Today's Selection Courtesy of Racing Gold (£1 trial available)

3.35 Lingfield – Picansort – win bet – 4/1 Paddy Power, Bet Victor

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No Crap Freebies

I got an email this morning from some newsletter I signed up for offering me some amazing freebie.

So I registered my email address to get what turned out to be the biggest pile of crap I've come across in a long time. A total waste of the time it took to download and read 🙁

So that made me think about what good freebies I've been sent recently and can pass on to you.

One of the most interesting I have had recently is a set of four interviews with tipsters and gamblers.

It makes interesting reading – Click Here to open the pdf (no email required)

Today's Selection

6.30 Wolverhampton Short Shrift – eachway bet – 5/1 Bet 365, Paddy Power, Bet Victor

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