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Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com PAUL JACOBS BEST DAILY CHELTENHAM TIPS 4 TIME RACING POST NAPS CHAMPION Courtesy of Easyodds.com we have the top daily Cheltenham tips from their expert columnist Paul Jacobs. As a 4 times Racing Post Naps Champion, Paul certainly knows a good bet when he sees one and he has his 4 best bets of the festival to share. You can view all of Paul's 2014 Cheltenham Festival tips on easyodds.com PAUL JACOBS’ BEST VALUE CHELTENHAM 2014 BETS Tuesday – BVB (best value bet) – Supreme Novices Hurdle VALSEUR LIDO – 16/1 Down through the years there have been two factors that have distinguished winners of the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle from the rest of the herd; the ability to jump efficiently at speed and to see out the trip thoroughly.

The likes of Shadow Leader, Arcalis, Captain Cee Bee and last year’s winner Champagne Fever all extolled those virtues and in Iriving and VALSEUR LIDO we have two more candidates. The differential is that Irving is now priced up at 5/2 whereas the Willie Mullins third string is available at 16/1. The son of Anzillero has hurdled superbly on his two winning starts at Cork and Navan and although he has a bit to find on my private ratings, the five-year-old could very well bridge the gap with the make-up of the race sure to suit.

Wednesday – RSA Chase SMAD PLACE @ 7/1 There is little doubt in my mind that Ballycasey makes the market in the stayers novice chase championship. He has not been the soundest of horses in the past three years and his form doesn’t exactly entitle him to be the current 5/1 favourite. The best value in the race arguably lies with the grey SMAD PLACE. I will be keen to support several Alan King horses during the four days as his string arrives here relatively fresh following an enforced mid-season closedown and this fellow leads the way.

Two from three over fences, I was hugely impressed by his jumping when he saw off good yardstick Sam Winner at Newbury earlier in the month. Rated as high as 161 as a staying hurdler, I expect him to come on a bundle for both the run and the experience and 7/1 looks a solid each-way price.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Thursday – Ryanair Chase MODULE @ 16/1 This is a betting market in total disarray and while Al Ferof and Dynaste (if he returns to his best) have solid claims I cannot see why MODULE should be as big as 14/1. Many of you will point to the fact that he simply couldn’t cut the mustard when raised to Grade One company in the Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon, but he is a horse that needs plenty of time between his races and that run came too quickly following his brave effort in the Haldon Gold Cup.

He was back on track in the Game Spirit at Newbury and with Tom George’s team in superb form, he will go there fit and fresh for this. The key race to look as regards his chance is last year’s Jewson. Inconvenienced by the relatively moderate early pace, it was no surprise to see the seven-year-old outpaced from the top of the hill that day, but the way he rallied from the final fence suggested he would have pushed the winner granted a more solidly run affair. Friday – Foxhunters HARBOUR COURT @ 9/2 Note - Was 7/1 when write-up originally supplied. All the talk for this amateur riders Gold Cup has been the about the hugely expensive Barry Connell purchase Mossey Joe and favourite On The Fringe.

However, the former hasn’t raced for a while, has had several well documented physical problems and it could be the Grand National is his main aim in any case. On The Fringe was turned over by his old rival Tammy’s Hill in the Raymond Smith at Leopardstown and for me is nothing out of the ordinary. So it’s time to go with the new kid on the block HARBOUR COURT, still available at 9/2 His success in the John Corbet Cup last year had to be seen to be believed and he has confirmed he is moving in the right direction with a smooth success between the flags at Cottenham. Already a winner at Cheltenham, he has the scope to improve again and is held in very high regard by the shrewd Alan Hill.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com MATT BISOGNO'S RSA CHASE PREVIEW, TRENDS & TIPS EXPERT ADVICE FROM RACING EXPERT Matt is the head honcho of the very popular GeeGeez website and is a renowned horse racing writer and betting expert to boot. He has kindly shared with us his very detailed analysis, trends and best bets for the RSA Chase. For a similar in-depth breakdown of over a dozen of this year's Championship races, head on over to geegeez.co.uk/cheltenham-festival/. You might also enjoy the cutting edge racecards, featuring 'traffic light' race analysis, pace maps, full form filters, breeding comments, trainer/jockey stats, and much more besides.

Try them for free at http://www.geegeez.co.uk/race-cards/" 2014 RSA CHASE PREVIEW, TRENDS, TIPS The RSA Chase has been a very good dress rehearsal for the Cheltenham Gold Cup itself in recent times, with both Bobs Worth and Denman going on to win the big one since 2007. Run over three miles and half a furlong, this novice chase is often a war of attrition and, as well as being a stepping stone to greater things for some winners, it has also been the last hurrah for others. Indeed, since Denman landed the spoils in 2007, only Alberta’s Run and Bobs Worth have gone on to win further races. Cooldine, Weapon’s Amnesty, Bostons Angel and, so far, Lord Windermere have all failed to record a subsequent success at any level. So who are the likely movers and shakers for the 2014 RSA Chase? As usual, I’ll highlight what I consider to be some of the more material trends before ploughing into the form book, then finally I’ll offer my idea of the best value in the RSA Chase market. We start with the RSA Chase trends… 2014 RSA Chase Trends Age: Seven-year-olds have a phenomenal record in the RSA. Since 1999, they’ve won twelve of the fourteen renewals, from just 80 runners for a profit of £43.95 to a £1 stake. Just two of the 62 runners aged eight-plus have won.

Form: All of the last 24 RSA Chase winners finished in the first three on their prior start, with 22 of them running first or second the last day. Only Denman and Florida Pearl have won the RSA Chase having been unbeaten over fences since Miinnehoma in 1992. 31 have tried since 1997. Experience: Only the brilliant Florida Pearl (two) has won the RSA with less than three chase starts to his name since 1997. Apart from the very experienced Rule Supreme (eight), the other fourteen winners since 1997 had between three and five prior chase runs. Layoff: All of the last sixteen RSA Chase winners had between 16 and 60 days off the track since their last run.

Breeding: Irish bred horses have taken fifteen of the last seventeen RSA Chases, with French- bred nags claiming the other two. The last British-bred winner was Brief Gale in 1995, and they’ve managed just five places since.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com The trends shortlist includes Black Thunder, Many Clouds, O’Faolains Boy, and Smad Place. 2014 RSA CHASE PREVIEW And so to the form book. Before we look at individual horses, the following races have been key pointers to the likely RSA Chase winner in recent times. In Ireland, the Dr P J Moriarty Chase has showcased RSA Chase winners Cooldine (won both, 2009), Weapon’s Amnesty (2nd 2010), Bostons Angel (won both 2011), and Lord Windermere (3rd, 2013). This year, Ballycasey beat Don Cossack, with Carlingford Lough an unlucky faller at the last.

In Britain, the two key prep races are the Feltham Novices’ Chase and the Reynoldstown. The Feltham is noteworthy for the fact that no winner has gone on to win the RSA Chase in its history. This year, Annacotty bids to lay the Feltham hoodoo to rest. Beaten horses have prevailed in the RSA however, most recently Bobs Worth in 2012. The placed horses in this season’s Feltham were Green Flag and Third Intention, though both were beaten far enough. The Reynoldstown, run at Ascot, also saw Bobs Worth beaten in 2012 and, whilst it is a stiffer test than Kempton’s Feltham, it is less of a challenge than the RSA Chase itself. Albertas Run won this en route to Cheltenham glory in 2008. This year, O’Faolains Boy beat Many Clouds. So, since 2008, all six RSA Chase winners have exited one of those three races. I will focus primarily on them.

The RSA Chase requires a combination of stamina, guts and a scintilla of class. Usually, however, an abundance of the first two will suffice. When looking for a bet in this race I want to be on a horse that was finishing to some effect in one of the key trials the last day. The beaten horses in their preps which went on to win the RSA all showed a finishing effort: according to the Racing Post, Lord Windermere “kept on well under pressure” when a half length third in the Moriarty; Bobs Worth “stayed on to take 2nd [at the] last” in the Reynoldstown; Bostons Angel “ stayed on well under pressure from last, led close home”; and, Weapon’s Amnesty “went 2nd after last, kept on run-in”.

None of them were backing out of their race at the end, and this is crucial. We want a horse that can stay. And stay. And stay. In the Reynoldstown, O’Faolains Boy and Many Clouds finished in that order, separated by two and a half lengths. The winner outpaced the second, and looked as though he might run away in the closing stages. But Many Clouds plugged on well or, as the Racing Post put it, “outpaced by winner soon after 2 out, kept on again near finish”. I doubt there will be much between them at Cheltenham, and they both jumped the last in attractive fashion, suggesting there was at least a bit more in the tank if needed. O’Faolains Boy has raced exclusively on soft or heavy under rules so far, and there would be a slight niggle if it came up quicker than that on the day, but his profile – which includes a very good fourth to At Fisher’s Cross in last year’s Albert Bartlett – has plenty of appeal. Despite that, I am drawn to Many Clouds as the probable preferred plodder of the pair. A useful hurdler, he was second in a Grade 3 novice handicap at Sandown under top weight before getting tapped for speed at Aintree. Since going chasing, Many Clouds has won two and finished

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com second twice. In both the silver medal races, he’s “kept on” having been outpaced. This slightly longer trip and considerably stiffer test looks tailor made, and I like him at 16/1. Ballycasey, the favourite for the race, is harder to assess. He’s only had two chase starts – winning both – and that is less than all bar Florida Pearl in recent times. Is he capable of being a Florida Pearl? Time will tell, but the more pertinent question is whether he’ll have the stamina to see this out.

In his first chase run, he won a beginners’ chase beating Mount Colah, a 135 animal, by eight easy lengths over a two mile trip. On his only subsequent start, he saw off Don Cossack over two miles five in the Grade 1 Dr P J Moriarty Chase. Don Cossack was well enough held, and I’d have reservations about his getting the three miles-plus of the RSA. Ballycasey on the other hand might improve for better ground and hasn’t proved he can’t stay. Nor yet has he proved that he can and, allied to his inexperience, 5/1 is extremely unattractive for all the promise he might have. He’s also had a couple of training niggles this season, which is less than ideal.

Carlingford Lough is a horse I’ve backed. I admit that I’d not really gone through the form at that time, but he was a standout 14/1 when everyone else was offering 10/1. At time of writing now, there is a range from 8/1 to 12/1, and that’s based on his form. Bizarrely for a novice, Carlingford Lough has had thirteen chase starts! That sequence includes a Galway Plate win last summer, a second in the Drinmore (Grade 1, two and a half miles, beaten by Don Cossack), and a win in the Grade 1 Topaz Novices Chase over three miles. He beat Morning Assembly there, staying on at the finish, and that again is key to his chance. He sees the trip out well and has bags of experience allied to a touch of class. He might not be quite good enough, but with McCoy doing the steering we should get a run for our money. The Feltham was won by Annacotty in clear cut fashion, and it’s tough to see anything coming from out of the pack in that contest to be good enough for an RSA Chase win. Annacotty’s own claims are rather let down by his staying form away from Kempton, where he’s two from two at the three mile trip. He’s been beaten multiple times in handicaps – as has Carlingford Lough for that matter (though some will argue that was by design rather than accident!) – and didn’t look to have too much more to give over two miles five at Cheltenham last time out. He could surprise – I know one keen form student who likes this fellow – but he’s not for me. The others at the top of the betting are attempting to win this having swerved the major trials, something which has not happened since Denman, second in a Grade 1 hurdle at the previous Festival, won in 2007.

Smad Place has Festival credentials having been third in two World Hurdles. He has won his two completed novice chases in good style, but has yet to be tested in Graded company. The last horse to win the RSA Chase having dodged Graded chasers previously was Lord Noelie in 2000. It does happen, but 7/1 has no fat in it for a hungry scribe such as me. I’d expect Smad Place to run an honest race, maybe even win, but I don’t think he’s value given he unseated on chase debut and hasn’t really put his jumping under much pressure so far.

Morning Assembly emptied out quickly last time when beaten by Carlingford Lough, and he looks to have more of a chance at Punchestown than Cheltenham to my eye. And Donald McCain’s Corrin Wood was rated just 130 over hurdles, and yet is allotted 156 after three non-Graded chase wins beating a cumulative eight rivals. Granted, he has stayed well in those races, and he’s shown an ability to handle different going conditions. But the overall

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com performance of unbeaten horses that swerve top company is poor. Indeed, the last winner to take the RSA as an unbeaten and untested in Graded chases horse was Miinnehoma in 1992. Not for me, thanks. If there’s any value lurking in the lower end of the lists, it might be with Paul Nicholls’ Black Thunder. He was two and a half lengths behind Corrin Wood turning in at Warwick last time, and the same margin away at the finish. He’d won a Grade 2 in three previous chase wins, and 25/1 offers a bit of value, given his vanquisher last time is no better than 10/1. 2014 RSA CHASE TIPS The RSA Chase is a compelling race, as ever, and my tips are made in a quest for value. Ballycasey can win – of course – but he’s inexperienced and I’m not convinced by his stamina yet. Smad Place looks like he’ll be thereabouts if his jumping holds up, but he’s no price for a race like that. Many Clouds looks exactly the sort for an RSA Chase, and 16/1 is a perfectly fair, borderline generous, price in my opinion. Carlingford Lough has been around the blough (see what I did there?) and he’s a strong stayer with a bit of class. He’d have been within a couple of lengths of Ballycasey but for unseated at the last in his previous race, and so he ought not to be around three times the price.

And for a real outsider, maybe nibble Black Thunder, though I much prefer the chance of the two above at the prices. RSA Chase Selections: 1 pt win Many Clouds 16/1 (Back with Non-Runner, No Bet firm) 1 pt win Carlingford Lough 10/1 (Back with Non-Runner, No Bet firm) Was 12/1 when article originally written

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com THE BEST DAILY CHELTENHAM TIPS PRO GAMBLER SCOTT’S TOP VALUE ADVICE Professional gambler Scott Armstrong has run the rule over each day of the Cheltenham festival and put forward his best value bets for you to follow. These articles were first published for SBC members to read throughout 2014 as Scott helped them to build up a strong Ante-post portfolio. Scott has a proven track record betting at Cheltenham, having made a 314% ROI in 2011 and a 83% ROI in 2012. You can find similar analysis like this as a Secret Betting Club member via his monthly 'Racing Rundown' columns which tackle all the big race meetings. Cheltenham Festival Daily Betting Analysis The Day 1 & 2 analysis was originally published on the 6th of January and February respectively, as they were first supplied to Secret Betting Club members.

Some of the markets and odds have changed during the intervening period, so Scott has put together an update, which is correct as of the 3rd March to detail his very latest thoughts. His Day 3 and 4 analysis was written on the 3rd March so is accurate at time of publication. CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 1 (Originally written 6th Jan 2014 - see update section for latest thoughts on the best current bets) ARKLE TROPHY The average bullet travels at 2,500 feet per second or around 1700 mph and while Dodging Bullets from the Paul Nicholls yard may only be capable of hitting around 40 mph he is still worth following on day one of the Festival. Dodging Bullets was listed as one of my horses to follow a couple of months back when I wrote “16-1 for the Arkle at Cheltenham is worth a play with this seasons 2m novice chasing division looking reasonably weak”.

Anyone who took note will be sitting in a strong position with the Nicholls horse now a best priced 8-1 second favourite and as short as 6-1. This son of Dubawi loves Cheltenham which is critically important to any horse participating at the Festival, having been successful at the track in his first two starts in 2012-2013. Dodging Bullets is not the easiest to train or ride having shown a poor attitude on numerous occasions and at one point standing on the brink of the dreaded Timeform squiggle. Indeed, there were people in certain circles starting to re-name him “Dodgepot”. Sweating and edgy are two of the kinder comments applied to the six-year-old in the past with the horse also known to bleed on occasions.

Enough negativity however as this lengthy gelding looked every inch an Arkle contender when recording a comfortable success in the Racing Post Arkle Trophy Trial at Cheltenham in November. The Nicholls yard at the time had been operating under a cloud but it made no difference to Dodging Bullets as he demonstrated an impressive turn of foot to charge up the Cheltenham hill, scoring by five lengths and counting from Alan King's Raya Star. Nicholls had to persuade the owners of Dodging Bullets to allow him to send the horse chasing and it looks sure to prove a financially astute move. The horse was disappointing last Spring at Aintree but a cauterised plate during the summer seems to have rectified any problems and last time out, he smashed the useful Grandouet by ten lengths to illustrate his current wellbeing. Dodging Bullets

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com is growing up fast as a chaser and a strong pace and big field at the Festival will further enhance his prospects. Confusion surrounds market jolly Champagne Fever at current best odds of 6-1 but with the Arkle far from being certain to be his target. Last year's Supreme Novices' Hurdle was a high-class affair with the front three of Champagne Fever, My Tent Or Yours and Jezki turning the screw on the rest of the field to finish 15 lengths clear with Champagne Fever prevailing. All three would assuredly have gone close in last year's Champion Hurdle such was the high class form on offer. There is much to admire about the front-running Champagne Fever yet he was knocked to the canvas by stable colleague Defy Logic in the Grade 1 Racing Post Novice Chase at Leopardstown on Boxing Day.

I implore you to watch Defy Logic's archived races. The horse is a complete rogue but also blessed with exceptional talent. When defeated by Felix Yonger at Punchestown in November, Defy Logic constantly jumped to the left giving jockey Mark Walsh something akin to a rodeo ride. The horse will find the left-handed Cheltenham track far more to his liking and allied to his electric speed he is capable of proving himself a Championship horse. Remember, this fellow got to within three lengths of the increasingly admirable Annie Power over hurdles. One thing that is guaranteed if you do wager on him, is your own edge of the seat bar-stool or sofa ride. There has to be a strong chance nevertheless, that the horse will ultimately go for the Jewson Novices' Chase come March.

Felix Yonger completes the triumvirate of horses Willie Mullins has at the head of the Arkle market. A slicker jumper than Defy Logic he has negotiated the Cheltenham hill before when second to Simonsig in the 2011 Neptune Investment Management Hurdle. Indeed, in an ordinary year he would have been called the winner. What races will Willie Mullins target for his three stable-stars? It's anybody's guess with Mullins being a man who likes to keep his own counsel. Rock On Ruby is interesting at odds of 14-1 generally. Often overlooked, being from the unfashionable stable of young Harry Fry, it's easy to forget the nine-year old gelding has won a Champion Hurdle and was only touched off by a short head in the Neptune Novices Hurdle. Rock On Ruby is hard to judge presently having only raced once over fences but the horse loves it around the Prestbury track having peaked in March for the last three seasons and if bringing half his hurdling prowess to chasing he would be a major player in the Arkle. Hinterland is another Nicholls' runner not without a chance. A cosy winner of the Grade 1 Henry VIII Novices' Chase at Sandown in December, the gelding has shown the benefit of a summer wind operation. I would question the strength of form of the Grade 1 race however and Hinterland's jumping has been far from blemish free.

Conclusion: I put up Dodging Bullets at 16-1 some time ago in my list of Horses To Follow and I will not be deserting him now. With so much uncertainty surrounding the other protagonists at the head of the market his price should only recede further. 3rd March Update: Champagne Fever remains a solid and worthy favourite with Trifolium now the 2nd best in the market following his Grade 1 Arkle Novice Chase success at Leopardstown. I’m happy to remain loyal to Dodging Bullets and his current price of 6-1 looks about correct. Should the ground continue to dry out Rock Out Ruby also comes into the reckoning but the 14-1 mentioned above is long gone.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 2 (Originally written 6th Feb 2014 - see update section for latest thoughts on the best current bets) NEPTUNE INVESTMENT NOVICES HURDLE Faugheen leads the market in the Neptune Novices' Hurdle and rightly so. That man Willie Mullins' unbeaten five-year old destroyed Josses Hill by 22 lengths going on a furlong in a Punchestown bumper in May last year. Josses Hill has subsequently franked the form when finishing second in the Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle. Faugheen carried on by winning all three of his hurdle races this winter over 2m6f, 2m4f and 3m without coming off the bridle. Being such an ominous traveler suggests this race will be his forte and not the Albert Bartlett. His jumping has understandably been a little ropey for one so young but class has seen him through. There is a danger of Faugheen becoming a hype horse as he hasn't had a tough race as of yet but as the old adage goes, you can only beat what's put in front of you and Faugheen will take a hell of a lot of beating come next month.

Briar Hill and Sure Reef are prominent in the betting but with both being owned by Graham and Andrew Wylie, one of them looks set to drop out of this race in favour of the Albert Bartlett. Likewise Tullow Tank, whose final destination may be the Supreme Novices Hurdle. Red Sherlock is the horse I like at odds of 6-1 with Bet Victor and Bet365. Bred by the late David Johnson if Red Sherlock lands the race there could be enough sentimental tears to make an extra water-jump. The son of Shirocco is now undefeated in six outings following a courageous win in the Grace 2 novice hurdle at Cheltenham's Trials meeting. The race developed into a duel at the second last between Red Sherlock and the highly regarded Mullins horse Rathvinden. Red Sherlock showed an abundance of guts to fend off the well backed Rathvinden, with the pair pulling a mammoth 29 lengths clear of the third placed Aubusson who is rated 140. Reading that form literally would be a mistake but there can be no doubt Red Sherlock is a horse going places. The Pond House charge also looks assured to take his place in the Neptune as David Pipe also trains Kings Palace who is favourite for the Albert Bartlett. It's been noted that Red Sherlock has swished his tail more than once at the business end of races but the horse's resolution cannot be questioned.

Of the others, Ballyalton lost his unblemished record at Cheltenham on New Year's Day, but it cannot be forgotten how shocking the weather was on the first day of 2014. It could pay to think back to the tail end of last year when Ballyalton defeated both Oscar Rock and Garde La Victoire over two-miles at the same track. A strong traveller, further progression looks assured. Royal Boy surprised the Nicky Henderson yard when winning the Grade 1 Tolworth Novices' Hurdle. Worryingly however, no horse aged seven has won the race since 1998. From the rest of the pack, Captain Cutter looks unlikely to have the class to win while Oscar Rock has looked laboured during his races this season. One at a bigger price who could outrun his odds is Apache Stronghold. Unbeaten over fences, the ceiling of his ability is unknown and he could be worth a small dabble at 16-1.

Conclusion: Back Red Sherlock at 6-1 with Bet Victor and Bet365 (non-runner no bet) 3rd March Update:

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Sticking with Red Sherlock here and the general 5-1 on offer now is fair. Faugheen deserves to be top of the shop but there does look a danger he is being overrated. At a bigger price Un Temps Pour Tout is interesting following his Ascot trial for this race. Bought for a mighty £450,000 this stable-mate of Red Sherlock may be worth an each-way play but the latter remains the stable number 1 here. CHAMPION BUMPER I suggested last year in the horses to follow section that Royal Caviar “Looks top-drawer and worthy of an each-way play at 14-1 for the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham festival”. Black Hercules has subsequently emerged as the one to beat, having run out a comfortable winner of a very strong Thurles bumper but I'd stick by Royal Caviar. Try to avoid all the hype surrounding this race and “wonder reports” from yards and concentrate on the bare form in the book. It generally pays off to follow the BHA ratings in this race.

3rd March Update: No Royal Caviar in the bumper and as before Black Hercules remains the one to beat. Now 13-2, Patrick Mullins will take the ride which can only be encouraging. I’d also suggest backing Willie Mullins’ Shaneshill at 8-1 as they love this horse in the yard and he’s yet to put a hoof wrong. CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 3 WORLD HURDLE Ask me for my banker of the Cheltenham Festival and the reply would be Annie Power. I wrote on the SBC forum a few months ago that the whispers in Ireland were suggesting the World Hurdle was the more likely option for Annie Power and not the Champion Hurdle and that information has proven spot on.

Big Bucks of course is a behemoth of the sport whom only a foolhardy gambler would discount. At eleven-years-old however, despite his trainer's success with an ageing Kauto Star, he can't possibly be improving and it would be a surprise if he returned as majestic as he once was. Horses who have suffered tendon injuries rarely come back the same. I've made plenty by backing Big Bucks with big wagers in earlier years but just as a tennis bettor would no longer get stuck into Roger Federer at short odds so we must realise when a horse has peaked. The statistics tell us that in its 41 race existence only one horse has won before at the age of 11. I love when horse-racing media analysts state that Annie Power might not stay the distance because that can only aid us in getting a better price on the horse and Annie Power has looked full of beans at the end of her races. Look again at her race over 2m5f at Cheltenham on bottomless ground over the World Hurdle course. Annie Power finished that race like she had just had a canter at home. This is a Gold Cup horse of the future and 3m is easily within the compass of a mare with chasm-deep stamina.

The bonus for Annie Power backers is having Ruby Walsh on board. No one knows Big Bucks better and therefore no one will know how to ride Annie Power better to defeat Big Bucks. Couple that with her 7lb mares allowance and she will be hard to beat.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Celestial Halo isn't good enough to win the World Hurdle and last year when he finished second was his best chance. Relkeel Hurdle winner, More Of That's plans are uncertain with handler Jonjo O'Neill considering the Liverpool Hurdle at Aintree as an option. The admirable Zarkandar ran a fine race in defeat to Melodic Rendezvous in the Kingwell Hurdle and rates a sporting each-way price at odds of 10-1 generally. It was a far more encouraging run for a horse who looked like he had fallen out of love with the game when beaten comfortably by The New One in December. However, Annie Power treated Zarkandar with disdain when they met on New Year's Day over two-and-a-half-mile and it's difficult to imagine any role reversal. As talented as At Fishers Cross undoubtedly is, the fear remains that he has missed his chance to win a “big” race. Big Bucks was returning from almost a year off in the Cleeve Hurdle, and At Fishers Cross had the ground in his favour yet he still couldn't get his head in front. Couple that with his tendency to make jumping errors and you would think the games up despite recent strong homework reports.

Conclusion: Back Annie Power at 2-1 Ladbrokes, Spreadex, Bet Bright KIM MUIR CHALLENGE CUP Donald McCain's stable form is much improved over the last couple of weeks and his runners will head to the festival in fine fettle, with Indian Castle strongly fancied as his best chance of the week in the ferociously competitive Kim Muir. Like the Grand National this race is now attracting a better class of runner with the compression of the weights. A classy animal among those at the top of the newspaper race listings is the need for the Kim Muir and £40,000 purchase Indian Castle fits the bill. A six-year old on the upgrade he has also been crying out for this step up in trip. His last run saw him defeat the useful Annacotty in imperious style at Cheltenham in the Timeform Novices' Handicap Chase and he remains on a fighting weight. Crack amateur Derek O'Connor shall be offered the ride and the 13-2 on offer shouldn't be sniffed at as I'd expect that price to abbreviate come the big day.

Conclusion: Back Indian Castle 13-2 888sport & Unibet (being backed as I write this today!) CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 4 GOLD CUP The Gold Cup is far from a vintage renewal this season with the biggest reason being the absence of second season novices' along with King George 2nd Cue Card being ruled out in recent days. This has led to the race looking somewhat of a shoot-out between current favourite and reigning champion Bobs Worth and Silviniaco Conti. Who's got a chance at a sexier price?

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Captain Chris arrives at the Festival in tip-top form, but it's well documented how superior he is on right-handed tracks and he could only finished sixth in racing's Blue Riband last year. There's also the overriding concern that his fantastic demolition job in the Ascot Chase was his “Gold Cup”. In his favour the horse has won at Cheltenham twice including an Arkle and Captain Chris has finished second in the King George aka Cue Card who was trading as favourite for this race only a few months ago. Captain Chris is as big as 14-1 and could earn you some place money. Harry Topper has been a credit to his Gold Cup winning trainer Kim Bailey having won both the Grade 2 Charlie Hall and Grade 2 Denman Chases' this season. It's difficult to see him winning the coup de grâce though unless the word soft enters the going description. Last Instalment is another who needs some dig in the ground. The Gigginstown nine-year-old entered the Gold Cup picture when thrashing his rivals in the Irish Hennessy Gold Cup last month. Last Instalment has two glass legs however, which kept him off the track for the best part of two years. Nonetheless, the horse showed all his ability remained, with his eight-and-a-half- length Hennessy stroll where memories of Denman came rushing back. That success rocketed him to a mark of 169 making him the joint second-best chaser in Ireland astride First Lieutenant and only 1b behind Sir Des Champs. Alas, with no cut in the ground and no Cheltenham form it's hard to expect this magnificent jumper being able to bridge the gap between him and the top two in the market.

In conclusion then, Bobs Worth at current best odds of 7-4 or Silviniaco Conti at 3-1? It's nigh on impossible to crab Bob's Worth who is the consummate professional without offering the flashiness of a Sprinter Sacre. Every time this little fellow runs he gives punters 100% for their money and then some and proved he was back to form when winning the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas with a typically gutsy display. Cheltenham previous is a major advantage at the festival and this fellow is five from five at the course. A measure of this fellow's worth is the fact he is the first horse since the immeasurable Flying Bolt in the 1960's to win different races at three successive festivals. Although Bobs Worth tends to hit a flat spot in his races he comes up the Cheltenham hill like Bradley Wiggins on his Pinarello Dogma. Silviniaco Conti took a tumble three out last year in the race when travelling better than anything in the field. However, it was still too far from the winning post to say with any degree of certainty he would have won. Although it's still unsure that he likes the track, that fall was merely a blip as the horse is a sound jumper. Silviniaco Conti looks better than ever this year with a King George win under his belt. Strong traveller, sound jumper and by no means short of speed. What's not to like? At the bigger odds of 3-1 Silviniaco Conti gets the vote.

Conclusion: Silviniaco Conti is currently 3-1 and there's an argument that he won't be any shorter come Gold Cup day. Back Silviniaco Conti on the day itself.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com 2014 CHAMPION HURDLE PREVIEW FREE ANALYSIS FROM THE VALUE BETTOR The Value Bettor is a proven racing expert with a track record of producing a long-term profit of around 30% on National Hunt racing. He has kindly shared with us his detailed analysis and insight on all the runners and riders in this year's Champion Hurdle CHAMPION HURDLE This year's Champion hurdle is the most eagerly anticipated in recent memory… So often the race plays second fiddle to the Gold Cup – but this time around, a high class and varied line up, make for a fascinating contest.

When assessing the race, you have to begin with reigning champion, Hurricane Fly. When he regained his crown last March, he became the first to do so since Comedy of Errors, in the 70s. He really is a tremendous racehorse – and despite the fact he is now 10, victories in all 4 of his races subsequent races, have confirmed that he is still capable of operating at the highest level. However, despite 2 Champion hurdle wins, he has never looked quite as good at Prestbury Park, as he does back home in Ireland.

The form of both his Champion wins doesn’t really stand up to the closest scrutiny and with some serious up and coming talent, my feeling is that he won’t be quite good enough this time round… The challengers for his title are headed by The New One. He won the Neptune hurdle at last year's festival, showing a devastating turn of foot up the home straight. He lost little in a subsequent narrow defeat at Aintree - and his form this season has been of the highest order. He demolished Rock on Ruby first time up and followed that up with an equally decisive victory over Zarkandar, before finishing an unlucky second to My Tent or Yours in the Christmas hurdle. The track and the way the race unfolded were completely against him that day – and he made a shocking blunder at the last.

Yet despite all of that, he was beaten less than a length at the line. He definitely looks to me like the one to beat… My Tent or Yours is third favourite for the race – and whilst I would expect him to run well, I don’t think he will be able to handle The New One. Obviously he has the verdict over him from Christmas – but that race suited MTOY so much better and yet he only just managed to win. He came up short at last year's festival when not able to reel in Champagne Fever in the Supreme – and I think it might be a similar case this time round… Our Conor represents the younger generation. He was a massively impressive winner of the Triumph hurdle last season – looking every inch a future champion. He didn’t run again over hurdles until December, when he was put in his place by Hurricane Fly in the grade 1 at Leopardstown.

The result was the same over the same course and distance a month later in the Irish Champion hurdle. However, this time Our Conor really made Hurricane Fly fight for his victory… There can be little doubt that he has been brought to the boil for the Champion - and I wouldn’t bet against him exacting his revenge on the Hurricane in the big one.

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com £25 Risk-Free Bet With Winner Sports Enjoy a £25 Free Bet if signing up with Winner Sports this year at Cheltenham. Simply sign- up, bet £25 and you will receive a Free £25 bet in your account. Open a Winner Sports account and claim your free £25 bet now However, he is just five years old – and since 1985, when See You Then recorded the first of his three victories, only Katchit has managed to fluke a win for the younger generation. Many have tried - and a few have gone close – but all bar one have failed… Our Conor was an exceptional triumph winner – and in a normal year, I think he would have a chance of snapping that trend – but I think he faces some exceptional - and crucially, more mature – rivals, in this year's race… Of the others in the field: then whilst Jezki should run a good race, it is difficult to see why he should be able to beat a few of his rivals… MTOY holds him on last season's Supreme form; whilst both Hurricane Fly and Our Conor have his measure on their runs in Ireland this season.

Both Annie Power and Un De Sceaux would be a potential flies in the ointment – if either were to run. However, both look unlikely starters, with trainer Willie Mullins favouring the World hurdle for Annie Power – and suggesting that this year's Champion might come a little too early in the career of Un De Sceaux. If there were a late change of plan, then both would warrant the utmost respect. The only other runner worthy of a mention is Melodic Rendezvous. If the ground were to come up heavy, he would have a decent each way chance – but on anything else, it is highly unlikely that he would be quick enough… In summary then, a tremendous race in prospect and one which I expect to be won by The New One.

However, he’s a best priced 11/4 now - and all things being equal, I’ll be surprised if he’s not at least that price on the day, so there is no particular rush to back him… 1pt win The New One (Take best price on the day)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com KEY TRENDS FOR CHELTENHAM 2014 10 YEAR TRENDS FOR EACH OF THE 27 RACES! Courtesy of the excellent Pounds to Punters website, we are delighted to bring you a special extended section of our Profit Pack, dedicated to many of Cheltenham's Key Trends. In this special section you can read analysis on the 10 years trends for each race to help you decide on those horses to back (and those not to). This in-depth focus also includes a special section on Irish trained horses, which as we all know are frequently targeted for Cheltenham!

Our thanks go to Rob of Pounds to Punters for allowing us to publish this information. CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL 2014 Key Trends - Previews - Form Results With most major horse racing festivals you usually see trends that profile a certain type of winner in a race. There are twenty-seven races run at the Cheltenham festival over the 4 days. I have analysed every race that has been run over the past 10 years putting together key trends that can hopefully help you make your decision on whom to back. As Irish trained horses are frequently targeted for this meeting the past record of all these runners is also highlighted for all races.

Don't let this put you off backing a horse that you have followed or one that you fancy and please don't go off key trends alone as it would be wise to check previous form and the market. Good Luck, Rob Website: www.poundstopunters.co.uk Twitter: @robrobrob1 Email: rob@poundstopunters.net DAY 1 - CHAMPION DAY Tuesday 11th March 2014 Time Race Distance 1:30 Sky Bet Supreme Novices Hurdle 2m ½f 2:05 Arkle Challenge Trophy 2m 2:40 Festival Handicap Chase 3m ½f 3:20 Stan James Champion Hurdle 2m ½f 4:00 David Nicholson Mares Hurdle 2m 4f 4:40 National Hunt Chase 4m 5:15 Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase 2m 4½f

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle 11 March 2014 13:30 The Supreme Novices Hurdle is a perfect choice of race to get the opening to the greatest meeting in the world off to a bang. The race is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle event run over a distance of 2 miles and 110 yards and attracts a large field which answers the question as to why so many favourites fail to get their nose over the line first. Over the past 20 years only 2 favourites have crossed the line first which shows just how tough this race is. There are 8 hurdles to be jumped and the race is open to novice hurdlers aged 4 years old and over. The trends below are from the last 10 years only. 10 year Trends  10/10 winners ran in the past 52 days.  1/10 winning Favourites have won - Brave Inca in 2004.  8/10 winners won last time out.

 10/10 winners had run 2 to 4 times over hurdles since August.  10/10 winners won at least half their hurdle starts that season.  9/10 winners have been aged 5 or 6.  0/10 No 4-year-old has won the in the past 10 years, in fact you would have to look back as far as 1999 when Hors La Loi III was the last.  0/10 No 9, 10 or 11-year-old has won The Supreme Novice hurdle and you would need to go back as far as 1966 when a 12-year-old last won.  The oldest winning horse in the past 10 years was Captain Cee Bee, aged 7 in 2008. Jockey - Ruby Walsh has won 3 of the last 10 with Noland in 2006, Al Ferof in 2011 and Champagne Fever in 2013.

Trainer - Both Paul Nicholls and Willie Mullins have won this race twice in the past 10 years. Favourite Form Figures 1-0-5-3-2-5-3-4-0-2 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 5 5 62 +12 (Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Champagne Fever 6 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 148 5/1 2nd My Tent Or Yours 6 Tony McCoy Nicky Henderson 162 15/8F 3rd Jezki 5 Robbie Power John Harrington 154 5/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Champagne Fever 6 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-7 148 5/1 2012 Cinders And Ashes 5 Jason Maguire Donald McCain 11-7 142 10/1 2011 Al Ferof 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-7 147 10/1 2010 Menorah 5 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-7 139 12/1 2009 Go Native 6 Paul Carberry Noel Meade 11-7 142 12/1 2008 Captain Cee Bee 7 Robert Thornton Eddie Harty 11-7 - 17/2 2007 Ebaziyan 6 Davy Condon Willie Mullins 11-7 138 40/1 2006 Noland 5 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-7 136 6/1 2005 Arcalis 5 Graham Lee Howard Johnson 11-7 - 20/1 2004 Brave Inca 6 Barry Cash Colm Murphy 11-7 - 7/2 F (Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Arkle Challenge Trophy 11th March 2014 14:05 The Arkle Challenge Trophy or better known as ‘The Arkle’ is the second race of the Cheltenham Festival open to novice chasers aged five years old and above. The race is a classified a Grade 1 National Hunt Steeplechase run over a distance of around 2 miles, there are 12 fences to be jumped. 10 year Trends  2/10 SP favourites have won.  9/10 were aged between 5 and 7.  9/10 Finished in the first 2 on all completed chase starts (exception was 3rd)  10/10 winners had previously ran 5 races or less over fences.  8/10 had won on their last appearance before the festival.  8/10 had previously run at the festival.  10/10 Returned an SP no bigger than 9/1. Jockey - Barry Geraghty has won the Arkle Chase 4 times since 2002. Trainer - Nicky Henderson & Alan King have 2 wins each. Favourite Form Figures F-0-0-2-3-F-0-4-1-1 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 2 4 36 -20 (Arkle Challenge Trophy Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Arkle Challenge Trophy Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Simonsig 7 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 160 8/15f 2nd Baily Green 7 D J Casey M F Morris 147 33/1 3rd His Excellency 5 Tom Scudamore David Pipe 151 80/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Simonsig 7 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-7 160 8/15f 2012 Sprinter Sacre 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-7 169 8/11f 2011 Captain Chris 7 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-7 153 6/1 2010 Sizing Europe 8 Andrew Lynch Henry de Bromhead 11-7 157 6/1 2009 Forpadydeplasterer 7 Barry Geraghty Tom Cooper 11-7 152 8/1 2008 Tidal Bay 7 Denis O'Regan Howard Johnson 11-7 154 6/1 2007 My Way de Solzen 7 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-7 - 7/2 2006 Voy Por Ustedes 5 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-2 - 15/2 2005 Contraband 7 Timmy Murphy Martin Pipe 11-7 147 7/1 2004 Well Chief 5 Tony McCoy Martin Pipe 11-3 - 9/1 (Arkle Challenge Trophy Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com JLT Festival Handicap Chase 11th March 2014 14:40 The third race on the card is the JLT Speciality Handicap Chase (formerly the William Hill Trophy) the race itself is a National Hunt chase open to horses aged five years or older and run over a distance of 3 miles and 110 yards, all in all there are nineteen fences to be jumped. 10 year Trends  1/10 SP Favourite has won - Wichita Lineman in 2009 priced 5/1.  1/10 Horse had carried more than 10-12 and won, Bensalem 11-2 in 2011.  8/10 had a top 3 finish last time out.

 8/10 winners had a prep run between 24 and 63 days before the festival.  10/10 were rated 129-143.  7/10 had no more than 9 runs over fences.  No horse under the age of 7 or over the age of 10 has won in the last 10 years.  9/10 had won over at least 3 miles.  4/10 have been priced over 8/1, Alfie Sherrin 14/1, Chief Dan George 33/1, Joes Edge 50/1 and Golden Chieftain last year at 28/1. Jockey - Robert Thornton has won 3 of the last 10 with Fork Lightning 2004, Kelami 2005 and Bensalem 2011. Trainer - Alan King is again top trainer in the race with 2 wins since 2004 together with Jonjo O'Neil who has won twice since 2009.

Favourite Form Figures 0-0-P-2-3-1-2-F-0-2 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 1 2 13 -5 (JLT Festival Handicap Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com JLT Festival Handicap Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Golden Chieftain 8 Brendan Powell Colin Tizzard 132 28/1 2nd Our Mick 7 Jason Maguire Donald McCain 145 13/2f 3rd White Star Line 9 Bryan Cooper D T Hughes 132 12/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Golden Chieftain 8 Brendan Powel Colin Tizzard 10-2 132 28/1 2012 Alfie Sherrin 9 Richie McLernon Jonjo O'Neill 10-0 129 14/1 2011 Bensalem 8 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-2 143 5/1 2010 Chief Dan George 10 Paddy Aspell James Moffatt 10-10 142 33/1 2009 Wichita Lineman 8 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 10-9 142 5/1 f 2008 An Accordion 7 Tom Scudamore David Pipe 10-12 143 7/1 2007 Joes Edge 10 Davy Russell Ferdy Murphy 10-6 130 50/1 2006 Dun Doire 7 Ruby Walsh Tony Martin 10-9 129 7/1 2005 Kelami 7 Robert Thornton François Doumen 10-2 133 8/1 2004 Fork Lightning 8 Robert Thornton Alan King 10-5 136 7/1 (JLT Festival Handicap Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Stan James Champion Hurdle 11th March 2014 15:20 The Champion Hurdle is the big race of the day, it is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of two miles and 110 yards, there are eight hurdles to jump and is open to horses aged four years or older. 10 year Trends  9/10 had won at least 1 race that season.  4/10 were SP favourites.  9/10 had previously finished at least fourth at the Cheltenham Festival.  5/10 were previous winners at the Festival.

 9/10 had their last prep run within 51 days of Festival.  9/10 had between 10 and 25 runs over hurdles.  9/10 were aged between 6 and 9.  7/10 had won last time out the others were placed.  The youngest horse to win from the last 10 was Katchit aged 5 in 2008  No 10 year old has won since Sea Pigeon in 1981. Jockey - Ruby Walsh, Tony McCoy and Conor O'Dwyer have each won 2 of the last 10. Trainer - Nicky Henderson, Dessie Hughes and Willie Mullins have each won 2 of the last 10. Favourite Form Figures 2-1-1-6-0-3-0-1-3-1 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 6 6 51 +13.63 (Stan James Champion Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Stan James Champion Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Hurricane Fly 9 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 172 13/8f 2nd Rock On Ruby 8 Noel Fehily Harry Fry 170 11/2 3rd Rock On Ruby 5 Denis O'Regan John Quinn 158 16/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Hurricane Fly 9 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-10 172 13/8f 2012 Rock On Ruby 7 Noel Fehily Paul Nicholls 11-10 165 11/1 2011 Hurricane Fly 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-10 167 11/4 f 2010 Binocular 6 Tony McCoy Nicky Henderson 11-10 163 9/1 2009 Punjabi 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-10 163 22/1 2008 Katchit 5 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-10 159 10/1 2007 Sublimity 7 Philip Carberry John Carr 11-10 - 16/1 2006 Brave Inca 8 Tony McCoy Colm Murphy 11-10 - 7/4 f 2005 Hardy Eustace 8 Conor O'Dwyer Dessie Hughes 11-10 - 7/2 f 2004 Hardy Eustace 7 Conor O'Dwyer Dessie Hughes 11-10 - 33/1 (Stan James Champion Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com OLBG Mares Hurdle (For the David Nicholson trophy) 11th March 2014 16:00 The OLBG Mares' Hurdle (known as the David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle until 2011) is a Grade 2 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 4 furlongs, there are nine hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to mares aged four years or older. Key Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2008) Quevega has won the Mares' Hurdle the last 5 years in a row! Can she make it 6? She has a 100% strike rate with Ruby Walsh and it looks like it’s going to be a record that won’t be broken for a long time! Favourite Form Figures 3-1-1-1-1-1 Record of Irish Runners in the past 5 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 5 3 26 -15.38 (OLBG Mares Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com OLBG Mares Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Quevega 9 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 163 8/11f 2nd Sirene D'Ainay 7 Jonathan Plouganou Emmanuel Clayeux 126 33/1 3rd Swincombe Flame 7 Daryl Jacob Nick Williams 131 40/1 Last 5 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Quevega 9 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 163 8/11f 2012 Quevega 8 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 158 4/7f 2011 Quevega 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 158 5/6f 2010 Quevega 6 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 156 6/4f 2009 Quevega 5 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-3 155 2/1f 2008 Whiteoak 5 Jason Maguire Donald McCain, Jr. 11-0 129 20/1 (OLBG Mares Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com 144th Year of National Hunt Chase (National Hunt Challenge Cup) 11th March 2014 16.40 The National Hunt Challenge Cup is a National Hunt chase race run over a distance of 4 miles, with 24 fences to be jump. The race is for novice chasers aged 5 years old and older and amateur riders only. 10 Year Trends  4/10 SP Favourites have won.  9/10 have been aged 7 or 8.  9/10 had been placed 1st or 2nd In a chase over at least 3 miles.  9/10 had won over at least 3 miles (hurdles or chase)  8/10 finished 1st or 2nd on either or both of their last 2 starts.  10/10 had ran at least 3 times over fences.

 7/10 had no more than 5 races over fences Trainer - Jonjo O'Neill has won 2 of the last 10 and he is currently the leading trainer of the race with 5 wins since 1995. Favourite Form Figures 1-5-3-F-5-4-5-1-1-1 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 3 10 45 +5.25 (National Hunt Challenge Cup Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com 144th Year of National Hunt Chase (National Hunt Challenge Cup) Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Back In Focus 8 Mr P W Mullins Willie Mullins 150 9/4f 2nd Tofino Bay 10 Ms N Carberry D T Hughes 149 8/1 3rd Godsmejudge 7 Nico de Boinville Alan King 139 7/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Back In Focus 8 Mr P W Mullins Willie Mullins 11-6 150 9/4f 2012 Teaforthree 8 J. T. McNamara Rebecca Curtis 11-6 146 5/1f 2011 Chicago Grey 8 Derek O'Connor Gordon Elliott 11-6 151 5/1f 2010 Poker de Sivola 7 Katie Walsh Ferdy Murphy 11-6 127 14/1 2009 Tricky Trickster 6 Sam Waley-Cohen Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-11 129 11/1 2008 Old Benny 7 Charlie Huxley Alan King 11-7 130 9/1 2007 Butler's Cabin 7 Alan Berry Jonjo O'Neill 12-0 123 33/1 2006 Hot Weld 7 Richard Harding Ferdy Murphy 11-11 120 33/1 2005 Another Rum 7 Mark O'Hare Ian Duncan 11-7 - 40/1 2004 Native Emperor 8 Robert Widger Jonjo O'Neill 11-11 136 5/1f (National Hunt Challenge Cup Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase 11th March 2014 17:15 The Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase is a National Hunt chase race run over a distance of 2 miles and 4½ furlongs, with 16 fences to jump. The race is open to novice chasers aged 5 years old and older. The Pulteney Land Investments Novices' Handicap Chase was established when a fourth day was added to the Cheltenham Festival in 2005, from 2005 until 2011 the race was sponsored by Jewson and known as Jewson Novices' Handicap Chase.

9 Year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2005)  2/9 the number of winning favourites - Reveillez in 2006 and Hunt Ball in 2012.  6/9 winners have been aged 7.  9/9 were aged between 5 and 8.  6/9 were officially rated between 132 and 139.  8/9 finished in the top 5 on all their completed starts over fences.  8/9 had won over at least 2m 2f.  6/9 winners were running in their first handicap chase.  7/9 had won no more than once over fences.  4/9 winners had ran at last year’s Cheltenham Festival.  8/9 were placed in the first 2 last time out. Jockey - Graham Lee and Ferdy Murphy have teamed up and won the race twice (2007 and 2009). Trainer - Ferdy Murphy with 2 wins since 2007.

Favourite Form Figures P-1-0-F-0-0-5-1-5 Record of Irish Runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 1 6 26 -16 (Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Rajdhani Express 6 Mr S Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson 140 16/1 2nd Ackertac 8 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 137 66/1 3rd Ohio Gold 7 Joe Tizzard Colin Tizzard 134 16/1 Last 9 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Rajdhani Express 6 Mr S Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson 11-7 140 16/1 2012 Hunt Ball 7 Nick Scholfield Keiron Burke 12-0 142 13/2f 2011 Divers 7 Graham Lee Ferdy Murphy 11-4 132 10/1 2010 Copper Bleu 8 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-1 139 12/1 2009 Chapoturgeon 5 Timmy Murphy Paul Nicholls 10-11 135 8/1 2008 Finger Onthe Pulse 7 Barry Geraghty Tom Taaffe 10-12 135 9/1 2007 L'Antartique 7 Graham Lee Ferdy Murphy 10-11 133 20/1 2006 Reveillez 7 Tony McCoy James Fanshawe 10-11 133 9/2f 2005 King Harald 7 Mattie Batchelor Mark Bradstock 10-4 123 9/1 (Rewards4Racing Novices´ Handicap Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Day 2 - Ladies Day Wednesday 12th March Time Race Distance 1:30 Neptune Novices' Hurdle 2m 5f 2:05 RSA Chase 3m ½f 2:40 Coral Cup 2m 5f 3:20 Queen Mother Champion Chase 2m 4f 4:00 Cross Country Chase 3m 7f 4:40 Fred Winter Hurdle 2m ½f 5:15 Champion Bumper 2m ½f

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Neptune Novices hurdle 12 March 2014 13:30 The Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle is a is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with ten hurdles to be jumped. The race is for novice hurdlers aged 4 years old and older. 10 Year Trends  2/10 SP favourites have won.  10/10 were aged 5 or 6.  9/10 finished 1st or 2nd last time out.  9/10 had won over at least 2m 4f over hurdles.  8/10 finished 1st or 2nd on all completed starts over hurdles.  1/10 Only 1 winner older than 6 since 1974.  8/10 had not previously run at the Cheltenham Festival.  9/10 had won at least 50% of all their runs over hurdles. Jockey - Jason Maguire and Ruby Walsh are the most successful current jockeys with 2 wins each, Trainer - Willie Mullins has trained 2 of the last 10 winners.

Favourite Form Figures 2-5-2-5-0-1-3-3-1-3 Record of Irish Runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 4 10 46 -17 (Neptune Novices hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Neptune Novices hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st The New One 5 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 152 7/2 2nd Rule The World 6 Davy Russell M F Morris 149 5/1 3rd Pont Alexandre 5 R Walsh W P Mullins 154 6/4f Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 The New One 5 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-7 152 7/2 2012 Simonsig 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-7 148 2/1f 2011 First Lieutenant 6 Davy Russell Mouse Morris 11-7 142 7/1 2010 Peddlers Cross 5 Jason Maguire Donald McCain, Jr. 11-7 148 7/1 2009 Mikael d'Haguenet 5 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-7 155 5/2f 2008 Fiveforthree 6 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-7 131 7/1 2007 Massini's Maguire 6 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-7 138 20/1 2006 Nicanor 5 Paul Carberry Noel Meade 11-7 - 17/2 2005 No Refuge 5 Graham Lee Howard Johnson 11-7 142 17/2 2004 Fundamentalist 6 Carl Llewellyn Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-7 - 12/1 (Neptune Novices hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com RSA Steeple Chase 12 March 2014 14:05 The RSA Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase run over a distance of 3 miles and 110 yards, there are nineteen fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 Year Trends  3/10 had run in the Albet Bartlet the previous year.  3/10 winners went off as SP favourite.  8/10 have been aged 7.  9/10 had run between 9 to 12 races over hurdles and fences.  9/10 last ran between 24 and 53 days.

 10/10 had a top 3 finish last time out.  10/10 had ran at least 3 times over fences.  All 18 Feltham winners have been beaten in the RSA Chase. Jockey - Davy Russell, Barry Geraghty and Ruby Walsh have each won the RSA Chase twice in the past 10 years. Trainer - Nicky Henderson, Willie Mullins and Paul Nicholls have each won the RSA Chase twice over the past 10 years. (Willie Mullins is the current trainer with most winners of all time though with 3 winners Rule Supreme (2004), Florida Pearl (1998) and Cooldine (2009)) Favourite Form Figures 3-2-P-1-1-1-5-5-4-4 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 5 6 38 +12.25 (RSA Steeple Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com RSA Steeple Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Lord Windermere 7 Davy Russell J H Culloty 145 8/1 2nd Lyreen Legend 6 Bryan Cooper D T Hughes 145 10/1 3rd Hadrian's Approach 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 147 7/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Lord Windermere 7 Davy Russell J H Culloty 11-4 145 8/1 2012 Bobs Worth 7 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-4 151 9/2 2011 Bostons Angel 7 Robbie Power Jessica Harrington 11-4 146 16/1 2010 Weapon's Amnesty 7 Davy Russell Charles Byrnes 11-4 152 10/1 2009 Cooldine 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-4 155 9/4 f 2008 Albertas Run 7 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-4 149 4/1 F 2007 Denman 7 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-4 - 6/5 f 2006 Star de Mohaison 5 Barry Geraghty Paul Nicholls 10-8 143 14/1 2005 Trabolgan 7 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson 11-4 - 5/1 2004 Rule Supreme 8 David Casey Willie Mullins 11-4 - 25/1 (RSA Steeple Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Coral Cup 12 March 2014 14:40 The Coral Cup is a National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with ten hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged four years or older. 10 year Trends  8/10 Carried no more than 11st 2lb.  0/10 SP favourite.  8/10 winners had been priced at 10/1 or higher.  9/10 had won at least 1 race between the distance of 2 miles 2 furlongs and 2 miles 6 furlongs over hurdles.

 7/10 had no more than 9 runs over hurdles in their career.  10/10 had an official rating of between 128 and 148.  7/10 were placed either 1st or 2nd last time out.  7/10 had no more than 4 runs that season.  8/10 Aged between 5 and 7.  7/10 won on their last appearance before the festival.  9/10 had not run within 32 days on the festival.  9/10 had won a race earlier in the season. Jockeys - Barry Geraghty and Davy Russell are the leading jockeys with 2 wins each. Trainers - No trainer has won the Coral Cup more than once in the last 10 years. Favourite Form Figures 3-0-F-0-0-0-0-0-2-0 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 3 6 50 -6 (Coral Cup Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Coral Cup Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Medinas 6 Wayne Hutchinson Alan King 148 33/1 2nd Meister Eckhart 7 Aidan Coleman Alan King 143 14/1 3rd Fiveforthree 11 Paul Townend W P Mullins 149 20/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Medinas 6 Wayne Hutchinson Alan King 11-10 148 33/1 2012 Son Of Flicka 8 Jason Maguire Donald McCain 10-6 135 16/1 2011 Carlito Brigante 5 Davy Russell Gordon Elliott 10-12 142 16/1 2010 Spirit River 5 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-2 141 14/1 2009 Ninetieth Minute 6 Paddy Flood Tom Taaffe 10-3 140 14/1 2008 Naiad du Misselot 7 Davy Russell Ferdy Murphy 10-13 130 7/1 2007 Burntoakboy 9 Sam Jones Richard Newland 09-12 128 10/1 2006 Sky's the Limit 5 Barry Geraghty Edward O'Grady 11-12 144 11/1 2005 Idole First 6 Alan O'Keeffe Venetia Williams 10-10 131 33/1 2004 Monkerhostin 7 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 10-8 147 13/2 (Coral Cup Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Queen Mother Champion Chase 12 March 2014 15:20 The Queen Mother Champion Chase is the leading minimum-distance chase in the National Hunt calendar and is designed to find the best horses that jumps over the bigger obstacles, the race is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase run over a distance of 2 miles. The Queen Mother Champion Chase is open to horse’s aged five years olds and older and there are 12 fences to be jumped. Most horses in the Queen Mother are French or Irish, so it’s hardly surprising that the Irish took all four places last year. 10 Year Trends  3/10 SP favourites have won the Queen Mother Champion Chase.  7/10 returned an SP of no bigger than 5/1.  9/10 winners had previously won a grade 1 race.  6/10 had run in the arkle the year before (5 of them won the other came 2nd).  8/10 won on their latest completed start.

 10/10 had run no more than 4 times that season.  10/10 had won over at least 2m 1f.  9/10 winners had been priced at 10/1 or shorter.  10/10 had run at least 7 times over fences.  6/10 had previously won at the Cheltenham Festival.  1/10 The youngest winner in the past 10 years was Master Minded in 2008 aged 5.  9/10 Winners were no older than 9.  0/10 no grey has won in the past 10 years. Jockey - Barry Geraghty is the most successful current jockey with five wins in the race and four in the last ten.

Trainer - Paul Nicholls is the most successful current trainer with four wins and three of those were in the last ten years. Favourite Form Figures U-1-F-F-2-1-4-0-2-1 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 4 7 27 +14.5 (Queen Mother Champion Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Queen Mother Champion Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Sprinter Sacre 7 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 179 1/4f 2nd Sizing Europe 11 A E Lynch Henry De Bromhead 172 6/1 3rd Wishfull Thinking 10 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 162 25/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Sprinter Sacre Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-10 179 1/4f 2012 Finian's Rainbow 9 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-10 164 4/1 2011 Sizing Europe 9 Andrew Lynch Henry de Bromhead 11-10 160 10/1 2010 Big Zeb 9 Barry Geraghty Colm Murphy 11-10 165 10/1 2009 Master Minded 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 186 4/11 f 2008 Master Minded 5 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 170 3/1 2007 Voy Por Ustedes 6 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-10 167 5/1 2006 Newmill 8 Andrew J. McNamara John Joseph Murphy 11-10 - 16/1 2005 Moscow Flyer 11 Barry Geraghty Jessica Harrington 11-10 - 6/4 f 2004 Azertyuiop 7 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 172 15/8 (Queen Mother Champion Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeple Chase 12th March 2014 16:00 The Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase is a National Hunt chase run over a distance of 3 miles and 7 furlongs, there are thirty-two obstacles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 9 year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2005)  2/9 SP favourites have won.  4/9 winners had won last time out.  9/9 had won over at least 3 miles.  7/9 winners were priced at 13/2 or shorter.  8/9 Won or placed in a cross-country race at Cheltenham or Punchestown.  6/9 were aged 9 years old or older.

 8/9 were rated between 126-143.  7/9 had previously been placed at Cheltenham.  7/9 had won carrying 10st 13lbs or less. Jockey - Nina Carberry has won the race 3 times Trainer - Enda Bolger has trained 4 of the last 9 winners Favourite Form Figures F-1-1-6-2-5-4-P-7 Record of Irish Runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 8 17 71 +2 (Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeple Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeple Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Big Shu 8 B M Cash Peter Maher 136 14/1 2nd Shakervilz 10 Ms K Walsh Willie Mullins 131 20/1 3rd Outlaw Pete 9 Mr Josh Halley J Halley 147 6/1 Last 9 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Big Shu 8 B M Cash Peter Maher 10-5 136 14/1 2012 Balthazar King 8 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 10-9 139 11/2 2011 Sizing Australia 9 Andrew Lynch Henry De Bromhead 10-9 140 13/2 2010 A New Story 12 Adrian Heskin Michael Hourigan 9-7 135 25/1 2009 Garde Champetre 10 Miss Nina Carberry Enda Bolger 11-12 150 7/2 2008 Garde Champetre 9 Miss Nina Carberry Enda Bolger 10-13 129 4/1 2007 Heads Onthe Ground 10 Miss Nina Carberry Enda Bolger 10-2 126 5/2 2006 Native Jack 12 Davy Russell Philip Rothwell 10-8 126 7/2 2005 Spot Thedifference 12 Mr J. T. McNamara Enda Bolger 11-12 143 4/1 (Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeple Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Fred Winter Hurdle 12 March 2014 16:40 The Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hurdle is a Grade 3 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 110 yards, with eight hurdles to be jumped. The race is open and restricted to horses aged 4 years old. 9 year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2005)  2/9 favourites have won.  7/9 had a starting price of 9/1 or above.  8/8 were rated between 124 and 133.  4/9 Fillies have won Fred Winter Hurdles.  7/9 had their prep race with 25 days prior to the festival.  7/9 did not win until their 3rd start over hurdles or after.  5/9 had won last time out.

 3/10 winners were ridden by jockeys able to claim (2 conditionals and 1 amateur) Favourite Form Figures 0-0-1-2-4-1-4-3-0-0 Record of Irish Runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 3 5 55 +2 (Fred Winter Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Fred Winter Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Flaxen Flare 4 Davy Condon Gordon Elliott 127 25/1 2nd Caid Du Berlais 4 Harry Derham Paul Nicholls 137 20/1 3rd Ptit Zig 4 Daryl Jacob Paul Nicholls 130 22/1 Last 9 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Flaxen Flare 4 Davy Condon Gordon Elliott 10-7 127 25/1 2012 Une Artiste 4 Jeremiah McGrath Nicky Henderson 10-8 127 40/1 2011 What A Charm 4 Paul Townend Arthur Moore 10-6 115 9/1 2010 Sanctuaire 4 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-2 127 4/1 f 2009 Silk Affair 4 Tom O'Brien Mick Quinlan 10-4 125 11/1 2008 Crack Away Jack 4 Paul Carberry Emma Lavelle 11-10 133 14/1 2007 Gaspara 4 Andrew Glassonbury David Pipe 10-11 130 9/2 j 2006 Shamayoun 4 Paddy Brennan Charles Egerton 11-3 124 40/1 2005 Dabiroun 4 Miss Nina Carberry Paul Nolan 11-4 124 20/1 (Fred Winter Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Champion Bumper 12 March 2014 17:15 The Champion Bumper is a Grade 1 National Hunt flat race run over a distance of 2 miles and 110 yards, open to horses aged four to six years old. 10 year Trends  6/10 winners have been aged 5.  3/10 winners were aged 6.  0/10 4 year old has won.  10/10 winners had previously won in a bumper with a field size of 13 or more horses.  9/10 had not run within 32 days of the Champion Bumper.  9/10 runners had won on a left handed track similar to Cheltenham.  10/10 won last time out.

 1/10 SP favourites have won the Bumper. Jockey - Ruby Walsh and Patrick Mullins have each had 2 of the last 10 winners. Trainer - 4 of the last 10 winners were trained by Willie Mullins (Willie Mullins has won this race 8 times dating back to 1996) Favourite Form Figures 0-1-0-0-3-3-0-6-2-2 Record of Irish Runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 8 11 101 +13.5 (Champion Bumper Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Champion Bumper Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Briar Hill 5 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 118 25/1 2nd Regal Encore 5 Tony McCoy Anthony Honeyball 130 7/1j 3rd Golantilla 5 Danny Mullins A J Martin 131 9/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Briar Hill 5 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 118 25/1 2012 Champagne Fever 5 Mr Patrick Mullins Willie Mullins 11-5 136 16/1 2011 Cheltenian 5 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-5 122 14/1 2010 Cue Card 4 Joe Tizzard Colin Tizzard 10-112 121 40/1 2009 Dunguib 6 Mr Brian O'Connell Philip Fenton 11-5 133 9/2 2008 Cousin Vinny 5 Mr Patrick Mullins Willie Mullins 11-5 118 12/1 2007 Cork All Star 5 Barry Geraghty Jessica Harrington 11-5 - 11/2 2006 Hairy Molly 6 Paul Carberry Joseph Crowley 11-5 - 33/1 2005 Missed That 6 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 11-5 - 7/2 f 2004 Total Enjoyment 5 Jim Culloty Tom Cooper 10-2 7/1

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Day 3 - St Patrick's Thursday Thursday 13th March Time Race Distance 1:30 JLT Novices Chase 2m 4f 2:05 Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle 3m 2:40 Ryanair Chase 2m 5f 3:20 Ladbrokes World Hurdle 3m 4:00 Byrne Group Plate 2m 4f 4:40 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup 3m 1½f

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Jewson Novice Chase 13 March 2014 13:30 The Jewson Novices' Chase is a Grade Two National Hunt chase run over a distance of 2 miles and 4 furlongs, with seventeen fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 3 Year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2011)  3/3 All 3 winners were trained in Ireland.  2/3 winners were sent off as 2nd Favourites.  3/3 were officially rated between 146 and 148. Favourite Form Figures 2-0-2 Record of Irish runners in the past 3 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 3 1 10 +20 Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Benefficient 7 Bryan Cooper A J Martin 147 20/1 2nd Dynaste 7 Tom Scudamore David Pipe 161 11/8f 3rd Changing Times 7 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 140 100/1 Last 3 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Benefficient 7 Bryan Cooper A J Martin 11-4 147 20/1 2012 Sir Des Champs 6 Davy Russell Willie Mullins 11-4 148 3/1 2011 Noble Prince 5 Tony McCoy Paul Nolan 11-4 146 4/1 (Jewson Novice Chase Page 1 of 1)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle 13 March 2014 14:05 The Pertemps Final is a Listed National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 3 miles, with twelve hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  0/10 winning SP favourite.  2/10 horses had won with an SP of 50/1.  9/10 winners had an SP of 14/1 or higher.  10/10 winners ran in the same calendar year.  10/10 won a Class 3 race or higher.  8/10 were off the track for between 20 and 48 days.  6/10 had between 6 to 15 runs over hurdles.  9/10 were aged between 6 and 9.  2/10 carried 11st 4 lbs or more.  10/10 were rated 142 or less.  7/10 had won over a distance of at least 3 miles. Trainer - Both Jonjo O'Neill and David Pipe have each won the race twice. Favourite Form Figures 0-0-0-0-2-0-0-0-0-0 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 2 9 46 +16 (Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Holywell 6 Richie McLernon Jonjo O'Neill 140 25/1 2nd Captain Sunshine 7 Paddy Brennan Emma Lavelle 137 11/1 3rd Jetson 8 Robbie Power Mrs John Harrington 137 10/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Holywell 6 Richie McLernon Jonjo O'Neill 11-4 140 25/1 2012 Cape Tribulation 8 Denis O'Regan Malcolm Jefferson 10-11 142 14/1 2011 Buena Vista 10 Conor O'Farrell David Pipe 10-3 138 20/1 2010 Buena Vista 9 Hadden Frost David Pipe 10-1 133 16/1 2009 Kayf Aramis 7 Aidan Coleman Venetia Williams 10-5 129 16/1 2008 Ballyfitz 8 Paddy Brennan Nigel Twiston-Davies 10-8 132 18/1 2007 Oscar Park 8 Tom Doyle David Arbuthnot 10-9 140 14/1 2006 Kadoun 9 Tom Ryan Michael O'Brien 11-7 142 50/1 2005 Oulart 6 Paul Carberry Dessie Hughes 10-2 121 10/1 2004 Creon 9 Timmy Murphy Jonjo O'Neill 10-00 120 50/1 (Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Ryanair Chase 13 March 2014 14:40 The Ryanair Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase run over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with seventeen fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 9 Year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2005)  2/9 favourites have won.  7/9 had won at an SP of 6/1 or shorter.  8/9 had previously won at Cheltenham.  9/9 were rated 152 or higher.  7/9 had at least 8 runs over fences.  7/9 had been placed in the top 3 last time out.  8/9 had won over at least 2m 5f.

 0/10 Official top rated horse is yet to win.  8/9 Had no more than 4 runs since October.  5/9 winners had either won or placed in a Paddy Power Gold Cup or December Gold Cup. Jockey - Ruby Walsh and Tony McCoy have won 2 each. Trainer - Paul Nicholls, Jonjo O'Neill and Nicky Henderson have all trained 2 winners each. Favourite Form Figures P-1-4-5-2-2-4-1-2 Record of Irish runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 0 6 24 -24 (Ryanair Chase Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Ryanair Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Cue Card 7 Joe Tizzard Colin Tizzard 165 7/2 2nd First Lieutenant 8 Bryan Cooper M F Morris 168 2/1f 3rd For Non Stop 8 Noel Fehily Nick Williams 160 12/1 Last 9 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Cue Card 7 Joe Tizzard Colin Tizzard 11-10 165 7/2 2012 Riverside Theatre 8 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-10 168 7/2F 2011 Albertas Run 10 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-10 166 6/1 2010 Albertas Run 9 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-10 160 14/1 2009 Imperial Commander 8 Paddy Brennan Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-10 156 6/1 2008 Our Vic 10 Timmy Murphy David Pipe 11-10 165 4/1 2007 Taranis 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-0 152 9/2 2006 Fondmort 10 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson 11-0 157 10/3JF 2005 Thisthatandtother 9 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-3 155 20/1 (Ryanair Chase Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Ladbrokes World Hurdle 13 March 2014 15:20 The World Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 3 miles, with twelve hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged four years or older. 10 year Trends  4/10 winning favourites.  8/10 had an SP of 6/1 or shorter.  10/10 finished 1st or 2nd last time out.  10/10 finished 1st or 2nd on all hurdle starts that season.  10/10 had a maximum of 4 runs since August that season.  8/10 were aged 7 to 9.

 0/10 no 5-year old has yet won the Ladbrokes World Hurdle.  8/10 had ran between 8 and 20 times over hurdles.  8/10 previously ran at the Cheltenham festival.  10/10 had previously won a graded hurdle race. Jockey - Ruby Walsh has had 4 winners in the last 10 all on Big Bucks. Trainer - Paul Nicholls is the leading trainer with 4 time winner Big Bucks. Favourite Form Figures 2-2-3-F-1-4-1-1-1-P Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 1 7 36 -31.5 (Ladbrokes World Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Ladbrokes World Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Solwhit 9 P Carberry C Byrnes 154 17/2 2nd Celestial Halo 9 Daryl Jacob Paul Nicholls 160 40/1 3rd Smad Place 6 Wayne Hutchinson Alan King 157 9/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Solwhit 9 P Carberry C Byrnes 11-10 154 17/2 2012 Big Buck's 9 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 174 5/6F 2011 Big Buck's 8 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 174 10/11F 2010 Big Buck's 7 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 174 5/6F 2009 Big Buck's 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 170 6/1 2008 Inglis Drever 9 Denis O'Regan Howard Johnson 11-10 172 11/8F 2007 Inglis Drever 8 Paddy Brennan Howard Johnson 11-10 163 5/1 2006 My Way de Solzen 6 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-10 157 8/1 2005 Inglis Drever 6 Graham Lee Howard Johnson 11-10 157 5/1 2004 Iris's Gift 7 Barry Geraghty Jonjo O'Neill 11-10 168 9/2 (Ladbrokes World Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Byrne Group Plate Handicap Chase 13 March 2014 16:00 The Byrne Group Plate is a Grade 3 National Hunt chase run over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with seventeen fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  1/10 SP favourite has won.  9/10 winners were priced at 12/1 and higher.  2/10 carried 10 st 12 lbs or more.  10/10 had won at Class 3 or higher  9/10 had a rating of between 128 and 139.  10/10 winners had all won over 2m3f.  9/10 had ran between 3 and 16 times over fences.  9/10 had their prep run within the last 42 days.  10/10 had previously ran at Cheltenham.  7/10 had previously competed at the Cheltenham Festival.  8/10 winners were aged between 6 and 9. Trainer - Venetia Williams has landed 3 wins in the last 10 years. Favourite Form Figures 2-4-F-0-F-2-2-3-1-8 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 0 3 23 -23 (Byrne Group Plate Handicap Chase 1of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Byrne Group Plate Handicap Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Carrickboy 9 Liam Treadwell Venetia Williams 136 50/1 2nd Vino Griego 8 Jamie Moore Gary Moore 145 11/1 3rd Tartak 10 Richard Johnson Richard Johnson 134 20/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Carrickboy 9 Liam Treadwell Venetia Williams 10-5 136 50/1 2012 Salut Flo 7 Tom Scudamore David Pipe 10-10 137 9/2f 2011 Holmwood Legend 10 Keiran Burke Patrick Rodford 10-6 130 25/1 2010 Great Endeavour 6 Danny Cook David Pipe 10-1 135 18/1 2009 Something Wells 8 Mr Will Biddick Venetia Williams 10-7 139 33/1 2008 Mister McGoldrick 11 Dominic Elsworth Sue Smith 11-7 145 66/1 2007 Idole First 8 Alan O'Keeffe Venetia Williams 10-7 136 12/1 2006 Non So 8 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson 11-3 137 14/1 2005 Liberthine 6 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson 10-1 128 25/1 2004 Tikram 7 Timmy Murphy Gary L. Moore 10-00 133 12/1 (Byrne Group Plate Handicap Chase 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Kim Muir Challenge Cup 14 March 2014 16:40 The Kim Muir Challenge Cup is a National Hunt chase run over a distance of 3 miles and 1½ furlongs, with nineteen fences to be jumped. The race is for amateur riders and is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 Year Trends  3/10 winners have been SP favourite.  5/10 winners were aged 9.  9/10 were aged 7 to 9.  10/10 ran over at least 3 miles last time out.  9/10 had previously won over at least 3 miles.  9/10 had no more than 19 races over fences.  5/10 had run within the past 33 days.  5/10 winners previously ran at the Cheltenham Festival.  8/10 had finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd on at least 1 of their last 2 outings. Jockey - Jamie Codd, Richard Harding and Richard Burton have each landed 2 winners. Trainer - Donald McCain Jr is the leading trainer with 2 winners Favourite Form Figures 3-0-0-1-U-0-3-1-1-2 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 0 7 41 -41 (Kim Muir Challenge Cup 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Kim Muir Challenge Cup Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Same Difference 7 Ryan Hatch Nigel Twiston-Davies 137 16/1 2nd Super Duty 7 Mr Derek O'Connor Donald McCain 142 11/2f 3rd Romanesco 8 Ms N Carberry Gordon Elliott 131 8/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Same Difference 7 Ryan Hatch Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-0 137 16/1 2012 Sunnyhillboy 9 Alan Berry Jonjo O'Neill 11-11 142 13/2f 2011 Junior 8 Jamie Codd David Pipe 11-6 134 10/3f 2010 Ballabriggs 9 Richard Harding Donald McCain, Jr. 11-12 140 9/1 2009 Character Building 9 Jamie Codd John Quinn 11-12 139 16/1 2008 High Chimes 9 James Tudor Evan Williams 10-10 127 14/1 2007 Cloudy Lane 7 Richard Burton Donald McCain, Jr. 10-11 124 15/2f 2006 You're Special 9 Richard Harding Ferdy Murphy 10-12 125 33/1 2005 Juveigneur 8 Richard Burton Nicky Henderson 11-7 128 12/1 2004 Maximize 10 Darren Edwards Martin Pipe 10-6 127 40/1 (Kim Muir Challenge Cup 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Cheltenham Gold Cup Day Friday 14th March Time Race Distance 1:30 JCB Triumph Hurdle 2m 1f 2:05 County Handicap Hurdle 2m 1f 2:40 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle 3m 3:20 Cheltenham Gold Cup 3m 2½f 4:00 Foxhunter Steeple Chase 3m 2½f 4:40 Conditional Jockeys Hurdle 2m 4½f 5:15 Grand Annual Chase 2m ½f

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Triumph Hurdle 14 March 2014 13:30 The Triumph Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 1 furlong, with eight hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged four years. 10 year Trends  1/10 Only 1 winning favourite.  9/10 had a starting price of 20/1 or less.  8/10 were winners last time out.  8/10 had ran between 2 and 6 times over hurdles.  9/10 won at least 50% of their hurdle races.  10/10 had their prep run within the last 55 days.  7/10 winners made their hurdling debut after November. Jockey - Robert Thornton, Barry Geraghty and Richard Johnson have each ridden 2 winners in the last 10 years.

Trainer - Phillip Hobbs, Alan King, Paul Nicholls and Nicky Henderson have all trained 2 winners since 2004. Favourite Form Figures 0-3-1-0-2-2-4-4-3-6 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 1 6 54 -49 (Triumph Hurdle Page 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Triumph Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Our Conor 4 Bryan Cooper D T Hughes 150 4/1 2nd Far West 4 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 145 4/1 3rd Sametegal 4 Ryan Mahon Paul Nicholls 138 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Our Conor 4 Bryan Cooper D T Hughes 11-0 150 4/1 2012 Countrywide Flame 4 Dougie Costello John Quinn 11-0 140 33/1 2011 Zarkandar 4 Daryl Jacob Paul Nicholls 11-0 - 13/2 2010 Soldatino 4 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-0 148 6/1 2009 Zaynar 4 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-0 150 11/2 2008 Celestial Halo 4 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-0 139 5/1 2007 Katchit 4 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-0 144 11/2 2006 Detroit City 4 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-0 - 7/2 f 2005 Penzance 4 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-0 - 9/1 2004 Made in Japan 4 Richard Johnson Philip Hobbs 11-0 - 20/1 (Triumph Hurdle Page 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com County Handicap Hurdle 14th March 2014 14:05 The County Handicap Hurdle is a Grade 3 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 1 furlong, with eight hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  2/10 winning SP favourites.  8/10 winners were priced at 10/1 or bigger.  9/10 winners returned an SP no bigger than 20/1.  10/10 carried 11st 1lb or less.  10/10 competed at least 4 times over hurdles.  10/10 had ran a maximum of 16 times over hurdles  9/10 winners had run at least 4 times in the same season prior to the festival.  8/10 had their prep run within 36 days of the festival.  9/10 were rated between 128 and 144.

 8/10 were aged 5 or 6.  9/10 had no previous festival form Jockey - Ruby Walsh has ridden the winner 4 times since 2004 (The Irish have trained the winner for the past 4 years) Trainer - Paul Nicholls has trained 3 of the last 10 winners. Favourite Form Figures 1-0-1-0-2-6-0-0-0-9 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 6 7 66 +62 (County Handicap Hurdle 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com County Handicap Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Ted Veale 6 Bryan Cooper A J Martin 134 10/1 2nd Tennis Cap 6 D J Casey Willie Mullins 141 11/1 3rd Manyriverstocross 8 Wayne Hutchinson Alan King 135 25/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Ted Veale 6 Bryan Cooper A J Martin 10-6 134 10/1 2012 Alderwood 8 Tony McCoy Thomas Mullins 11-1 139 20/1 2011 Final Approach 5 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 10-12 139 10/1 2010 Thousand Stars 6 Ms Katie Walsh Willie Mullins 10-5 134 20/1 2009 American Trilogy 5 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-0 135 20/1 2008 Silver Jaro 5 Noel Fehily Tom Hogan 10-13 132 50/1 2007 Pedrobob 9 Philip Carberry Tony Mullins 10-0 135 12/1 2006 Desert Quest 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 10-10 131 4/1 j 2005 Fontanesi 5 Timmy Murphy Martin Pipe 10-0 128 16/1 2004 Sporazene 5 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 10-13 151 7/1 j (County Handicap Hurdle 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle 14 March 2014 14:40 The Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 3 miles, with twelve hurdles to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged four years or older. 9 Year Trends  4/9 have been won by the SP favourite.  9/9 winners had run at least 3 times over hurdles.  8/9 were aged 6 or 7.  1/9 5-year-old has won the Albert Bartlett - Moulin Riche in 2005.  7/9 winners had previous Cheltenham runs.

 6/9 winners had raced at least twice around Cheltenham.  5/9 had won at the course.  7/9 winners had previously run over 3 miles.  9/9 won over 2m 4f or further.  8/9 winners finished 1st of 2nd last time out. Jockey - AP McCoy has ridden the winner three times - Black Jack Ketchum (2006), Wichita Lineman (2007) and At Fishers Cross (2013) Trainer - Jonjo O'Neill remains the leading trainer with 2 wins. Favourite Form Figures 3-1-1-3-2-P-1-2-1 Record of Irish runners in the past 9 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 2 6 43 0 (Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st At Fishers Cross 6 Tony McCoy Rebecca Curtis 152 11/8f 2nd African Gold 5 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 135 9/2 3rd Inish Island 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins 145 13/2 Last 9 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 At Fishers Cross Tony McCoy Rebecca Curtis 11-7 152 11/8f 2012 Brindisi Breeze 6 Campbell Gillies Lucinda Russell 11-7 148 7/1 2011 Bobs Worth 6 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-7 150 15/8 f 2010 Berties Dream 7 Andrew Lynch Paul John Gilligan 11-7 142 33/1 2009 Weapon's Amnesty 6 Davy Russell Charles Byrnes 11-7 139 8/1 2008 Nenuphar Collonges 7 Robert Thornton Alan King 11-7 135 9/1 2007 Wichita Lineman 6 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-7 148 11/8 f 2006 Black Jack Ketchum 7 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-7 145 Evens f 2005 Moulin Riche 5 Robert Thornton François Doumen 11-7 - 9/1 (Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Cheltenham Gold Cup 14th March 2014 15:20 The Cheltenham Gold Cup is a Grade 1 National Hunt horse race run over a distance of 3 miles 2½ furlongs, with 22 fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  6/10 races were won by the favourite.  10/10 had an SP of 8/1 or shorter.  8/10 had won last time out.  9/10 ran between 2 and 5 times that season.  9/10 had run between 5 and 14 times over fences in their career.  10/10 previously won a Grade One chase.

 9/10 won a graded chase that season.  8/10 previously won over at least 3 miles.  9/10 had an official rating of at least 166  9/10 were aged between 7 and 9.  8/10 had won or been placed at a previous festival.  0/10 No grey has won in the past 10 years, the last to win was Desert Orchid in 1989. Jockey - Barry Geraghty and Ruby Walsh have each won the Gold Cup twice in the past 10 years. Trainer - Paul Nicholls has won 3 of the last 10 years (4 times since 1999) Favourite Form Figures 1-1-0-1-2-1-F-1-3-1 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 2 4 21 -6.5 (Cheltenham Gold Cup 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Cheltenham Gold Cup Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Bobs Worth 8 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 171 11/4f 2nd Sir Des Champs 7 Tony McCoy Willie Mullins 162 4/1 3rd Long Run 8 Mr S Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson 172 7/2 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Bobs Worth 8 Barry Geraghty Nicky Henderson 11-10 171 11/4f 2012 Synchronised 9 Tony McCoy Jonjo O'Neill 11-10 167 8/1 2011 Long Run 6 Mr Sam Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson 11-10 179 7/2 f 2010 Imperial Commander 9 Paddy Brennan Nigel Twiston-Davies 11-10 174 7/1 2009 Kauto Star 9 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 177 7/4 f 2008 Denman 8 Sam Thomas Paul Nicholls 11-10 176 9/4 2007 Kauto Star 7 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11-10 176 5/4 f 2006 War Of Attrition 7 Conor O'Dwyer Mouse Morris 11-10 - 15/2 2005 Kicking King 7 Barry Geraghty Tom Taaffe 11-0 - 4/1 f 2004 Best Mate 9 Jim Culloty Henrietta Knight 11-0 175 8/11 f (Cheltenham Gold Cup 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Christie's Foxhunter Chase 14th March 2014 16:00 The Christie's Foxhunter Chase is a National Hunt chase run over a distance of 3 miles and 2½ furlongs, with twenty-two fences to be jumped. For amateur riders which is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  3/10 were won by the SP favourite.  6/10 winners were priced at 7/1 or bigger.  8/10 were aged 7 to 9.  4/10 were aged 9.  10/10 had won over a distance of at least 3 miles.  9/10 winners had run in 3 or less handicap chases.  4/10 had competed at the Festival before and all finished in the top 4.  9/10 winners had their prep race before Cheltenham in February or early March.  10/10 winners had raced no more than 3 times that season prior to Cheltenham.  7/10 won last time out.

Jockey - Colman Sweeney has been on the winner 3 times in the last 10 years. Trainer - Rodger Sweeney and Paul Nicholls have trained 2 winners each in the last 10 years. Favourite Form Figures P-1-P-2-P-0-1-4-2-1 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 4 9 45 +6.5 (Christie's Foxhunter Chase 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Christie's Foxhunter Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Salsify 8 Colman Sweeney Rodger Sweeney 140 2/1f 2nd Divine Intavention 9 Mr M Wall Miss Francesca Moller 3rd Cottage Oak 10 Mr P Gerety J J O'Shea Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Salsify 8 Colman Sweeney Rodger Sweeney 12-0 140 2/1f 2012 Salsify 7 Colman Sweeney Rodger Sweeney 12-0 134 7/1 2011 Zemsky 8 Derek O'Connor Ian Ferguson 12-0 125 33/1 2010 Baby Run 10 Sam Twiston-Davies Nigel Twiston-Davies 12-0 135 9/2 j 2009 Cappa Bleu 7 Richard Burton Sheila Crow 12-0 - 11/2 2008 Amicelli 9 Oliver Greenall Cherry Coward 12-0 125 33/1 2007 Drombeag 9 J. T. McNamara Jonjo O'Neill 12-0 113 20/1 2006 Whyso Mayo 9 Damien Murphy Raymond Hurley 12-0 - 20/1 2005 Sleeping Night 9 Colman Sweeney Paul Nicholls 12-0 143 7/2 F 2004 Earthmover 13 Rilly Goschen Paul Nicholls 12-0 124 14/1 (Christie's Foxhunter Chase 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Conditional Jockeys Hurdle 14th March 2014 16:40 The Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle is a National Hunt hurdle race run over a distance of 2 miles and 4½ furlongs, with nine hurdles to be jumped. The race is for conditional jockeys and open to horses aged four years or older 5 year Trends (Introduced to the Festival in 2009)  1/5 winning SP favourite.  4/5 winners have been priced at 14/1 or bigger.  4/5 have been aged 6.

 4/5 winners were 2nd season hurdlers.  4/5 winners were rated between 133 and 139  5/5 All winners ran in same calendar year  5/5 winners ran no more than 4 times that season.  5/5 winners rated within 7lb of top rated horse Trainer - Nicky Henderson has 1 win BUT been placed 4 times (3 places when teaming up with David Bass) Favourite Form Figures 3-0-1-0-P Record of Irish runners in the past 5 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 1 3 13 -7.5 (Conditional Jockeys Hurdle 1 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Conditional Jockeys Hurdle Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Salubrious 6 Harry Derham Paul Nicholls 141 16/1 2nd Nagpur 7 Tom Cannon Venetia Williams 133 33/1 3rd Double Ross 7 Adam Wedge Nigel Twiston-Davies 139 14/1 Last 5 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Salubrious 6 Harry Derham Paul Nicholls 11-5 141 16/1 2012 Attaglance 6 Harry Haynes Malcolm Jefferson 11-3 139 20/1 2011 Sir Des Champs 5 Emmet Mullins Willie Mullins 11-3 134 9/2 f 2010 Pause and Clause 6 Johnny Farrelly Emma Lavelle 11-10 137 14/1 2009 Andytown 6 Felix de Giles Nicky Henderson 11-2 133 25/1 (Conditional Jockeys Hurdle 2 of 2)

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com Grand Annual Chase 14th March 2014 17:15 The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase is a Grade 3 National Hunt chase run over a distance of 2 miles and 110 yards, with fourteen fences to be jumped. The race is open to horses aged five years or older. 10 year Trends  2/10 SP favourites have won.  9/10 were aged 9 or younger.  10/10 winners carried 10st 13lbs or less.  10/10 had won over a distance of at least 2miles 1 furlong.  9/10 had a maximum of 12 races over fences.  7/10 had previously won at the course (2 of the exceptions had actually finished 2nd in this race)  6/10 were rated between 129 and 134 Jockey - Paul Carberry has won 2 of the last 10. Trainer - Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls have both trained 2 winners each. Favourite Form Figures 1-0-F-6-2-0-P-0-0-1 Record of Irish runners in the past 10 years Wins 2nd / 3rd Runners P+L 3 4 27 -6.5

Secret Betting Club Cheltenham Festival Profit Pack www.secretbettingclub.com (Grand Annual Chase 1 of 2) Grand Annual Chase Last Year’s Result Position Horse Age Jockey Trainer OR SP 1st Alderwood 9 Tony McCoy Thomas Mullins 140 3/1f 2nd Kid Cassidy 7 Jeremiah McGrath Nicky Henderson 143 12/1 3rd Oiseau De Nuit 11 Brendan Powell Colin Tizzard 149 33/1 Last 10 Years YEAR WINNER AGE JOCKEY TRAINER WGT OR SP 2013 Alderwood 9 Tony McCoy Thomas Mullins 10-11 140 3/1f 2012 Bellvano 8 Paul Carberry Nicky Henderson 10-2 138 20/1 2011 Oiseau de Nuit 9 Steven Clements Colin Tizzard 10-13 138 40/1 2010 Pigeon Island 7 Paddy Brennan Nigel Twiston-Davies 10-1 129 16/1 2009 Oh Crick 6 Wayne Hutchinson Alan King 10-0 130 7/1 2008 Tiger Cry 10 Davy Russell Arthur Moore 10-6 134 15/2 2007 Andreas 7 Robert Thornton Paul Nicholls 10-11 143 12/1 2006 Greenhope 8 Andrew Tinkler Nicky Henderson 10-11 132 20/1 2005 Fota Island 9 Paul Carberry Mouse Morris 10-0 130 7/1 2004 St Pirran 9 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 10-1 130 4/1 f

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