Cheltenham Festival 2022… It’s time for the Windecate wonders!

It’s almost that time again…

Tuesday 15th March…

Cheltenham 1.30pm…

Tapes up… and ROARRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!

YES! We’re back! The hottest double act known to man! Ha!

But, in all seriousness, Josh and I are good at picking winners at this festival and others, whilst making our followers PROFIT.

When we do miss the winner, we are often in the places with big prices, giving a profitable return (including 66/1 and 150/1 placed each-ways last time!).

We’ve done it for the past several years and there’s no reason why we won’t do so again.

Here’s a link if you’d like to get involved.

Josh will as usual be giving you the “Heads Up” with the when and where to take advantage of ‘cash back’, free bets, price boosts, best odds, best places etc. He does the hard work so that you don’t have to.

Josh also will be playing the Placepot each day.

I’m a tad more conservative with the Placepots, usually day one only, but we have both hit 5 out of 6 a few times as well as a big winner at Aintree in 2021 and, again, there’s no reason why we can’t land another touch this year.

I am sure a lot of you reading this will remember the great Annie Powers coming to the last hurdle in the Mares Hurdle in 2015? She was four lengths clear and going to win the race “pulling a tractor” only to clip the top of the hurdle and fall…

I had five winners with her for the Jackpot/Placepot that day. Hey Ho, I’m over it now, unlike Annie Power!

To avoid your own case of what might have been, click here now.

You may well have been a member with us since we first introduced as the Cheltenham Syndicate, before rightly changing the service name to the Windecate latterly. How we love a play on words!

You know us, you know what we can do and we can do it again…

We have four festivaldDays, seven races per day, making 28 races in all (and that’s just Cheltenham!).

The meat of the deal will, as always, be provided by Josh. He’ll give a write up as to his reasoning of the race, the best bookmaker to place bets with, with the best odds, and any bookmaker incentives such as ‘cash back’ or free bet offers. He’s your man for the nitty gritty!

Here’s just a taster of what Josh has produced for us in recent years…

🏆 Arctic Fire WON 25/1, Le Breuil WON 14/1, Petit Mouchoir PLACED 28/1, Fanion D’Estruval PLACED 66/1, a Gold Cup tricast WON 37/1, a Friday Placepot WON 145/1.

Me? I’ll be searching for the class horse in the class race that in my opinion ought to win for us. The best of the best are identifiable if you know where to look. I know where to look…

🏆 Confident Cheltenham betting such as Epatante WON 5/2, Footpad WON 11/10, Paisley Park WON 7/4, Appreciate It WON 5/6, Honeysuckle WON 5/4, Bob Olinger WON 7/4, Quilixios WON 2/1.

Also, with the aid of my trends, stats, and form book I’ll be looking for hidden treasures often overlooked by the majority of punters. Again, if you know where to look, you have an edge.

🏆 Recent winners straight out of the Cheltenham trends/stats/form stable are Summerville Boy WON 9/1,  William Henry PLACED 8/1, Spiritofthegames PLACED 18/1, Klassical Dream WON 6/1, One For The Team PLACED 17/2, Top Notch PLACED 50/1, Edwardstone PLACED 18/1.

The Cheltenham Festival needs its own funding, a betting bank of its own. For my selections only, I suggest a 15 point bankroll…

It must be your decision alone as to the size of that bankroll. If you decide on £150 for the four days, that’s great and you will be £10 win and £5 e/w. Obviously, a bankroll of £75 gives loads of entertainment too with £5 win bets and £2.50 e/w. The final decision has to be yours and PLEASE!! be comfortable and relaxed with your betting.

So, are you champing at the bit as much as I am? Great!

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