This is how a pro gambler reads a race

By on January 7, 2020

I’m a couple of days late with this but it’s worth the wait.

I promised on Saturday that I would share an example of the kind of emails Snowy sends out to his members.

His daily emails are almost worth the subscription alone.

He’s not one of these tipsters that just gives you a name of a horse but, just like in an exam at school, he’ll also show you his full workings out!!

Here’s an example message he sent to members regarding the 2018 Gold Cup.
“The 2018 Cheltenham Festival draws to a close today, but it finishes with the biggest race of the entire season, the Blue Riband event, The TIIMICO CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP CHASE, which is due off at 3:30. 
An 18 runner strong field, will go to post for this 3m2f & 70yds (which could make all the difference) contest. 
As the ground is likely to be quite soft, it will need a horse with plenty of guts, jumping ability & stamina, to take home the lofty prize. 
Conditions have to be a concern for long-time favourite Might Bite & it might mean the stamina of both Road To Respect & Killultagh Vic, will be tested to the hilt. 
If the real Edwulf turns up, he may offer up something for his followers & the same can be said for the in & out performer Outlander. At his best, he would be an interesting outsider. 
Definitly Red & American finished a 1-2 in the trial here in January & both will relish the underfoot conditions. Whether they are quite up to winning this though, is another matter. 
Last year’s runner up Minella Rocco would surely be better suited to much drier conditions & I suppose the fly in here, just happens to be another Mullins runner Total Recall. 
An easy handicap win for this horse, on his first run for the yard, was followed by a very gutsy win in the Ladbroke Trophy (Hennessy) & he has since won a handicap hurdle off a very lowly mark. 
He is obviously improving & could well be up to making a very strong challenge here, but he may just have too much to find with a couple at the head of the market. 
I think the winner will come from the following pair & as NATIVE RIVER’S (8/10 e/w 5/1) jumping a very assured, I just prefer him over Our Duke, who can make the odd error. 
Both have stamina in abundance & both still have potential to get better still. 
NATIVE RIVER was a gallant 3rd in this last year, but that run came at the back end of quite a busy campaign. 
This time around, he is much fresher, as he has only had the 1 run all season & he was a comfortable winner of a small field race at Newbury, just over 3 weeks ago. 
My only concern with him, is the track, because I do feel he is possibly a better horse, on a track with a very long straights in. On this ground though, he should be fine. 
I expect him to bounce out & hopefully this time around, make every post a winning one.”

Native River ended up winning the race at 5/1 of course.

But that’s almost beside the point. The real value is seeing how Snowy’s mind works when choosing selections.

He leaves no stone unturned and a single race can take several hours of study.

It’s this dedication that has enabled him to pull in over 1,500 points profit since he launched his service.

If you’d like to benefit from his efforts then you can do so for a whole month for just £1.99 here.

Have a great week,
Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket