17 WINNERS SINCE THE BOOK WAS PUBLISHED 16th SEPTEMBER
The relentless quest for winners from the new edition of Jumping Prospects Trainer Comments and Horses to Follow 2016 continues to delight many book buyers.
Over the weekend 8 winners, 6 second placed and 4 third placed horses found the winners’ enclosure.
I received emails from satisfied punters including this from a regular racegoer:
Hi John, Just arrived home from a day out at Chepstow. Thanks to the Jumping Prospects ‘bible’ I had 4 winners and 2 forecasts, one paid 42 pounds….over the moon, cheers John Beyer. Ps that’s 17 winners now.
Hi John , Having received my copy of Jumping Prospects on Tuesday 4th Oct, I’m pleased to say in two days of racing its already payed for itself ten times over! Having been an avid buyer of the book in the past, I’d been away and not subscribed for a few years, but boy am I glad to have come back on board.
Had forgotten how much fun and excitement the book gave me each season. Terrific work John, hope you have a successful season . Regards Tone.
People always ask how to produce the best from the book. Perhaps over the weekend when the racing over jumps really attracts the quality featured runners you should consider backing selections in multiple bets such as Lucky 15’s or Lucky 31’s or just a simple Patent. even forecasts should be considered.
On Sunday two runners from the Rebecca Curtis stable in a five runner race finished 1st & 2nd at 5/1 & 11/1 producing a £42 payout to a £1 stake
There were 12 runners from the book on Sunday, with 4 winners at 4/5, 5/1, 2/1 & 13/2.
If you put those in a £1 Lucky 15, the payout without the bonus was an incredible £665.
The winners so far are just the tip of the iceberg, there are plenty more like those mentions above. If you don’t have your copy of the ‘Bible’, perhaps you should head over to the website order page and splash the cash. The bookies will hopefully be paying out more multiple bets throughout the next three months.
If you already have your copy, please tell others about the Jumping Prospects autumn/winter book.