I’ve known Ben Aitken of “Narrowing The Field” for many a year now- right back to when we both used to guest on JP Festival’s Cheltenham Previews.
In fact from time to time we do manage to meet up at the races -this season it was Pontefract!
Well Ben has applied his knowledge of dosage trends and statistics into an excellent punter service and it really is one of the best around in my opinion.
Here is what Ben says about the forthcoming racing action…
Now that Champions Day on the Flat is in the form book we need to really get serious about this jumping season.
Next weekend we have the first Cheltenham meeting of the season, quickly followed by Old Roan Chase day at Aintree!
If that doesn’t get the juices flowing, well, then I don’t know what will!
I’ll be covering a couple of races at both Cheltenham and Aintree as I start to ramp up the race analysis side of the service and I’m also currently working through the latest version of Weekend Notes (available to full members tomorrow).
There’s been some cracking racing the past few days to notebook and today’s jumps card at Kempton should also provide plenty more to produce another bulging set of notes…
What NTF Subscribers have to say about his service…
Just a quick note away from champions day at Ascot. Your recent posts have proved a bonus for me today. The New One from your First Time Out post and El Teremoto from your Jockey / Front Runner post helped me land a useful treble with Lord Glitters in the last at ascot. Shows there’s more to your service than just the race analysis
Hi Ben, I too benefited from The New One. Sadly not quite got my head around the jockey/front-runner post so missed out there – still looking forward to things to come. Best Ian
Nice little start to the season and great to get some true jumping action. Managed to pick out the Forecast with Rock the Kasbah and Petrou in a combination bet and picked up two winners on Sunday from a Vision Des Flos, Romain De Seman and Mont Des Avatoirs Patent as highlighted in your notes on the Paul Ferguson horses to follow and 5 good handicapped horses notes. If Vision DF hadn’t pulled early on, he may have seen the race out better but looks one to watch next time. Highlights the advantage of the notes on the service too. All in all a good little start to the season. Well done. Damian
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