What the experts say

JOHN PARROT WORLD SNOOKER CHAMPION
Don’t wait until Christmas to buy this book. By the time Santa comes down your chimney you will have missed a sack full of winners!
MATT CHAPMAN ATTHERACES  PRESENTER
In 2005-6 this book threw up 2 winners at 100/1! They easily paid for any outlay. Of course there were another few hundred other winners featured just for good measure!
NOEL CHANCE GOLD CUP WINNING TRAINER
An interview with John Morris is more like an interrogation. He leaves no stone unturned in his quest for winners.
TOBY BALDING LEGENDARY GRAND NATIONAL WINNING TRAINER
John’s knowledge of everything pertaining to Jump Racing is second to none, and his interpretation of the form book and the eye for unexposed talent is legendary, which makes this book compelling reading to any serious follow of the jumping scene.
JIM LEWIS OWNER OF BEST MATE
John Morris has the shrewdness of Shankly and is welcome into the inner circles of racing as a trusted and respected visitor.
MIKE CATTERMOLE CHANNEL 4 RACING
Liverpool may be his team, but to John Morris, Jumping Prospects is his pride and joy!
Rod Street, Chief Executive Racing for Change
It is both an honour and a privilege to be writing the introduction to the 2010 season’s edition of Jumping Prospects. John’s meticulous research, down to earth delivery and unmistakeable enthusiasm make JUMPING PROSPECTS a treat to enjoy.
Keith McHugh Oldham Evening Chronicle & Winner of the Racing Post Naps Competition
In my experience there are no short cuts to making a profit from the sport we all love, and the thousands of miles John is prepared to travel in order to talk to trainers face to face continues to reap huge dividends for himself as a professional punter and for his many devoted followers. Merely talking to a trainer does not guarantee profit so the promise of an interview means little unless you are skilful and persistent enough to make the most of it. This is where John excels and is the reason why those dark horses in stables up and down the country repeatedly find their way on to the pages of his books.