ANOTHER 3 WINNERS TODAY AT NEWTON ABBOT FROM THE BOOK
Following on from Thursday the Jumping Prospects book had another treble paying almost 67/1.
Last April I gave THE ROMFORD PELE as a good ew chance in the Grand National along with RULE THE WORLD at 50/1 as my 2 against the field.
He was unlucky to fall at the Canal Turn, but below is his write up in the book.
THE ROMFORD PELE R144h 145c
9, b. g. Accordion – Back And Fore//Distance: 3m+ //Ground: good-soft
TRAINER COMMENTS: Last season he mixed his runs between hurdles and chasing. He was travelling really well coming down to the Canal Turn in the Aintree Grand National, but just over- jumped and unseated his rider. He will have the same type of programme this season, as it suits him to mix and match.
JM View: His form figures do not look inspiring from last season, but I’ve included him because he might just come to hand over hurdles and fences this season. He is capable of running well under both codes and might just sneak in under the radar to win a race or two this time around.
This is another example of what many punters will be missing this season, if they fail to grab hold of a copy of the book.
I’ve produced Jumping Prospects over the past 25 years and my success is always balanced with those that don’t always win when you expect them to.
Anyone who thinks the game is easy, should sit in my place during some tough campaigns.
However, when something like this happens and helps me and others to enjoy the success of a very tough and genuine horse, it really does make the job feel good.
I have to thank Rebecca Curtis for her time, patience and input during my visit to her stable in August when we discussed in detail the plans for her string over the coming months.
If you as a punter need that all important edge…order your copy of the must have jumps book…JUMPING PROSPECTS.