Ever since Mr Frisk stormed to Grand National glory in 1990 Steve Chambo has become an avid follower of all things racing. Whether it is a selling hurdle from Market Rasen or a Group One from Newmarket our resident tipster is happy to be an armchair viewer. On a punting perspective there's nothing more satisfying when you beat the bookies and bet a winner, however, there has to be some value in the selection. Betting odds-on maybe some punters' idea of gaining a certainty, but Steve Chambo will filter through the form guide for those value bets at bigger prices.
Sean Ray is at home on the racecourse as he is in the armchair studying the form and he will be using his experience to point punters towards a winner or two through the year. As well as picking out winners, Ray will be bringing all the latest racing news that matters to readers on a regular basis, using his knowledge of the game to give punters the inside track on all the big racing issues.Ray brings with him a strong knowledge and experience of the Cheltenham Festival and his input will make for essential reading in the lead up to and during what is the most important week of the year for the sport.
Robert Thomas has a fountain of knowledge when it comes to all things horse racing and in particular the betting side of the Sport of Kings. Thomas will constantly be looking at the ante-post markets to find the value in the betting, whilst his knowledge of the flat racing markets will help you on the way to a winner. Thomas in particular is the man for the Group races, as his detailed looks through the archives assist him in the biggest races of the season.
David Hunter's still holds Red Rum's third victory in the 1977 Aintree Grand National as the finest moment he has ever witnessed in horse racing. In the decades of watching horse racing, Hunter has built up an encyclopaedic knowledge of the game and his love for the game has not diminished. Hunter's detailed look at all things racing helps give you an insight to his thoughts as well as providing you those all-important facts and figures. Hunter is a keen punter as well and is regularly seen looking through the form books to help him find a winner.
Philip Gordon is national hunt born and bred and growing up near Prestbury Park, he has become a regular at the Cheltenham Festival. Gordon's highlight of the season may come in those four terrific days in March when the Festival is taking place, but Gordon always has his eye on the top class national hunt action that is taking place. Whether it's the Hennessy Gold Cup from Newbury or the Punchestown Festival, Gordon is still an avid viewer and is often seen tipping the winners of the top national hunt races throughout the season.