One of the bonuses for new members who join Carl Nicholson’s Racing Diary and Stable Whispers is his Super Owners special report which will be sent out to members later this week.
So today I’m sharing the introduction from that report along…
Some years ago I wrote the book How To Win At Cheltenham , which was an eye opener for some people judged of the reaction it received at the time with new ways of picking winners advised.
One of the new angles that I covered when I wrote that book was that of the Super Owner of the National Hunt Horse i.e owners with substantial investment in the blood stock that would therefore expect big returns at the Mecca of jumps racing the Cheltenham Festival.
As we are all aware money talks in any sport and almost guarantees success, as in Football with clubs being owned by countries these days with endless funds available. The same principles apply to horse racing and ownership and when the big races come along these Super owners will have the ammunition and expectation to have plenty of winners. It has been the case throughout recent years at Cheltenham more than ever. So lets take a look a who I think are the major players at this years festival in 2019
Carl goes on to detail the Super Owners and to assess the races they are targetting.
This offer is a super bonus package for anybody who joins his Racing Diary and Stable Whispers service.
When you join the service you will also get…
1. A full month of Carl’s ITV selections, this will include a selection in every race at the Cheltenham Festival (normal price £19.99) + a selection in every ITV race on the three Saturday’s between now and Cheltenham and the Saturday of Cheltenham week (normal price £20)
2. A copy of Carl’s brand new special report on the influence of Super Owners at the Cheltenham Festival which includes a day by day assessment of the likely impact of these Super Owners and their most likely winners.
To get this super bonus package join Carl’s Racing Diary and Stable Whispers on this page…
Ludlow 3.35 Captain Buck’s 1pt win @ 11’2 General Price – Still without a win after 11 chase runs and has run rather flat the last twice, in usual cheekpieces and then with blinkers given a go on final start; potentially on a good mark though with him 7lb lower than when going close in this last season; returns from a break and can go well fresh