Now in its sixth year, this 130-page Guide by James Iddiols, provides compelling evidence that a horse’s breeding is a critical factor when it comes to picking winners at the Cheltenham Festival. A commentary is provided on the prevailing stallions whose progeny are consistently successful at festivals as well as advising on those sires to avoid. The Guide consists of insightful betting recommendations based upon an analysis of results and trends of some 40 stallions’ offspring at previous festivals, punctuated with thought-provoking observations on several of the races. This Guide’s forensic research and innovative thinking makes it a must-have for all Cheltenham Festival devotees.
“A magnificent book” – Charlie Brooks, The Daily Telegraph (11th March 2019)
Paperback, published 26th February