Read on to find out this year’s WINNERS AT ALL 21 MAJOR FESTIVALS!

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We cover all the following festivals...

  • 1
    CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL
  • 2
    AINTREE GRAND NATIONAL
  • 3
    CRAVEN MEETING
  • 4
    SCOTTISH GRAND NATIONAL
  • 5
    BET365 JUMP FINALE
  • 6
    BOODLES MAY FESTIVAL
  • 7
    DANTE FESTIVAL
  • 8
    QIPCO GUINEAS FINAL
  • 9
    EPSOM DERBY
  • 10
    ROYAL ASCOT
  • 11
    NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE
  • 12
    CORAL ECLIPSE
  • 13
    JULY FESTIVAL
  • 14
    GLORIOUS GOODWOOD
  • 15
    EBOR FESTIVAL
  • 16
    BETFRED SPRINT CUP FESTIVAL
  • 17
    ST LEGER FESTIVAL
  • 18
    AYR GOLD CUP MEETING
  • 19
    CAMBRIDGESHIRE MEETING
  • 20
    THE OPEN
  • 21
    BET365 HENNESSY FESTIVAL

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There is no better feeling than walking away from a festival with a huge wedge of money in your back pocket.


And not just any money – the bookies’ money.


The GOOD NEWS is that festivals are the perfect place to pull off the equivalent of a bank heist.


A legal one, of course!


Because you can win huge sums, quickly. It’s perfectly possible to leave a festival with the sort of cash you’d need a wheelbarrow to transport.


Thousands are made. Tens of thousand are made.


And these festivals is the perfect place to start making them.


But – sorry to do this – here's the BAD NEWS.


There’s no other way of saying this...


Festivals are hard to bet on.


In fact, betting on them is so unlike the way you’d normally back horses that you can pretty much discount a lot of what you know.


Because when you have so many horses – so many great horses – things get tricky...


And my God, there are some very fine horses in the mix this year.


Who’s going to trump who in these conditions?


So, WHAT TO DO?


Who really knows who to back and how to bet during the festivals?


Well, very few people. But the Race Advisor is about to put them at your service...


We have a team of pro-punters who work with us day-in-day-out. They help us to achieve our goal of helping you to walk away from the bookies with more money than you went in with!


Every day, for each of the twenty one festivals, we will show you how we narrow down the races to the very best horses.


We’ll explain, step by step, how we use ratings, form analysis and cutting edge betting tools to find the horses that you should be betting on.


What’s more, we’ll also reveal how to bet on them to make the most profit, based on the current market information.


It is incredibly smart stuff.


Plus, sensationally well researched.


It's capable of making the sort of profits that make your eyes bulge.


Here's an example...

13:50 - 1m4f (Row) Qatar Racing Handicap (Class 2) (4yo+ 0-105)

A wide open looking handicap with 90% of the field having a decent case made for them. However, looking through the stats and form, I’m going to take a chance with one of the outsiders and at a massive price. Across The Stars for Richard Hannon was a smart 3 year-old and although failing to impress on recent starts, his come-back here could be worth noting for some of the place money. He’s around the 28/1 mark and offers a chance of bagging some decent place money.

Selection - Across The Stars each way bet

14:20 - 1m1f (Row) Charm Spirit Dahlia Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares) (Class 1) (4yo+)

The Dahlia Stakes is a Group 2 flat horse race in Great Britain open to fillies and mares aged four years or older. It is run over a distance of 1 mile and 1 furlong (1,811 metres) on the Rowley Mile at Newmarket. The event is named after Dahlia, a successful filly in the 1970s. It was established in 1997, and initially held Listed status. It was promoted to Group 3 level in 2004 and upgraded to Group 2 level in 2015.

Previous Winners

2017 – Somehow (13/8)

2016 – Usherette (5/1)

2015 – Bragging (9/2)

2014 – Esoterique (9/4)

2013 – Dank (4/1)

2012 – Izzi Top (3/1)

2011 – I’m A Dreamer (10/1)

2010 – Strawberrydaiquiri (11/8)

2009 – Heaven Sent (4/11)

2008 – Heaven Sent (6/4)


Trends

12/12 winners had at least 5 previous flat runs

11/12 winners had at least 1 previous win over 8 or 9 furlongs

9/12 winners were in the top 3 in the betting

9/12 winners had at least 1 previous run at Newmarket

9/12 winners had a rating of 106 or higher

8/12 winners were aged 4

8/12 winners had their last run over 211 days ago

Analysis

Looking through the trends, it’s a toss up between the two market leaders, Wuheida and Golden Legend. The market would suggest we go all in with Appleby’s Wuheida but Golden Legend could be a real danger. Rather than dutch the pair, I’ll be going for a reversed forecast on them both, which should pay out more than the price on the favourite.

Selection - Wuheida and Golden Legend in a reversed forecast

14:55 - 6f (Row) longholes.com Handicap (Class 2) (4yo+)

Mr Lupton ticks all of the boxes, here and won this race last year off 3 lbs higher. He justifies market leader, Spencer’s on board and Fahey is the top man for getting horses ready for these dash sprints. The going, course and distance are all fitting for this 5 year-old and he should be the one to beat.

Selection - Mr Lupton Win Only Bet

15:35 - 1m (Row) Qipco 1000 Guineas Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) (Fillies) (Class 1) (3yo)

This year’s 1000 Guineas will be the 204th running of the race. It will be run over one mile at Newmarket Racecourse this Sunday, and will be sponsored by QIPCO.

It’s not a race I have been keeping an eye on in the Ante-post markets but have had success with over the years due to using the stats and trends. I will be consulting with a colleague of mine who is obsessed with Fillies and will hopefully cement our final view in the race.

However, I do have a bit of trivia, for you! The biggest surprise came in 1918, when Ferry won at odds of 50-1. The smallest surprise? Tontine’s victory in 1825 – she was the only runner!

Previous Winners

2017 – Winter (9/1)

2016 – Minding (11/10 fav)

2015 – Legatissimo (13/2)

2014 – Miss France (7/1)

2013 – Sky Lantern (9/1)

2012 – Homecoming Queen (25/1)

2011 – Blue Bunting (16/1)

2010 – Special Duty (9/2 fav)

2009 – Ghanaati (20/1)

2008 – Natagora (11/4 fav)

Trends

15/16 – Placed in the top 3 last time out

12/16 – Had won a Group race before

12/16 – Had won between 2-3 times before

11/16 – Won their previous race

10/16 – Winning distance – 1 ½ lengths or less

9/16 – Had raced at Newmarket (Rowley Mile) before

9/16 – Came from outside the top 3 in the betting

9/16 – Yet to win a race over a mile (or further)

Analysis

It’s a tricky race, this year but having gone through the trends I’m happy to oppose the favourite, Happily. I would love to see A P O’Brien land the double but relying on the stats, I’m going to side with Hannon’s trained, Anna Nerium. She ticks all of the boxes and represents a great each way bet in the 1,000 Guineas.

Selection - Anna Nerium each way bet

16:10 - 5f (Row) Havana Gold Maiden Stakes (Plus 10 Race) (Class 3) (2yo)

As long-term subscribers will know, I only watch Maiden races to look for future winners. So, in this race we will be going for a no bet but will be watching with interest.

Selection - No Bet

16:45 - 1m2f (Row) Tweenhills Pretty Polly Stakes (Listed Race) (Fillies) (Class 1) (3yo)

I’ve been over this race, several times and cannot see beyond the favourite, Lah Ti Dar. She was very impressive at Newbury, last time out but we could see an upset based on the experience of others. On that basis, although I think the favourite will win, I can’t part with my dollar and will keep my powder dry for this one but, again, will be watching with interest.

17:20 - 1m2f (Row) Qipco Supporting British Racing Handicap (Class 3) (3yo 0-95)

A fairly obvious choice, here at the top of the market, but Hugo Palmer’s (a trainer to follow over the start of the flat season!) Dukhan justifies shared top spot. The obvious danger is Bow Street. The latter has seen more money backing it but I think that’s more to do with the impressive Buick on board. I’ll take a chance and side with Dettori landing the spoils, here and we’ll hopefully end the two day festival on a high.

Selection - Dukhan Win Only bet 

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It’s important to go into a festival with as much knowledge as possible.


Otherwise, the bookies are going to take you to the cleaners.


Remember, these events are an absolute carnival for the bookmakers.


As much as they moan when a heavily-backed horse romps in, make no mistake. They're laughing all the way to the bank overall.

And one of the only ways to turn the tables is to enlist your very own pros to give you the answers.


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