Support the stable staff

Support the stable staff

Advance bookings for the Cheltenham Festival membership and preview now being taken.

The whole package costs £25, with all of your£25 going to racing charity.

For Cheltenham week we are offering you all my work on the Private and Exchange Services for the 9 day period Saturday 12th to Sunday 20th March. The Festival is from the 15th to 18th March.

Plus you will also get the exclusive Cheltenham preview from myself, top Irish racing expert Donn McLean and unique statistical analysis from Paul O’Hara. Plus there will also be guest contributions from a few racing names.

The preview also provides top class information direct from quite a number of the Lambourn trainers. For example, Nicky Henderson has four for you at the Festival plus another to follow late season. Whilst Jonathan Portman has two for the Flat campaign.

The whole package costs just £25 if you book now. We are looking to give all £25 to Lambourn Valley Housing Trust (Registered Charity No 1049742). If you want the text service over the nine days there is a £2.50 supplement.

For more details and to book your place, go to: http://www.slh.co.uk/index.php/cheltenham-special-2016

The Trust build affordable houses for stable staff and their families. Retaining valuable and highly experienced staff within racing.

‘There are many reasons for a successful yard and one of the most important is the staff. They are not as richly rewarded as we would like and we are always likely to lose key trained lads and lasses when they have just married. Quite rightly they want a home of their own together, but cannot afford to rent anything suitable.’Peter Walwyn, Chairman of the Lambourn Valley Trainers Association

From last year’s preview of the Champion Chase: At the current prices my attention is drawn to the 5/1 on offer for the progressive Dodging Bullets.
From last year’s preview of the Champion Chase: At the current prices my attention is drawn to the 5/1 on offer for the progressive Dodging Bullets.

The ground is now starting to ease and we can expect bigger and better fields as trainers take advantage of the improving conditions. I have a few noted for their next run.

Back tomorrow for the three meetings Chepstown, Kempton and Newcastle.

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