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The jump season is well and truly into its stride and December brings some of the great races…
The Fighting Fifth at Newcastle is expected to see the return of Champion Hurdler Buveur d’Air while the King George on Boxing Day should produce a fascinating contest contest betwenn Thistlecrack and Might Blue.
Before that is Sandown Park’s Tingle Creek meeting and the big December get-together at Cheltenham.
Our top tipster Paul Ferguson gives his expert insight into these key meetings and with Tony Keenan’s ten to follow and all our tipsters, every page is paved with potential gold.
Good Luck, happy Christmas and have a great new year.
Here’s a look at what features inside December’s issue of Racing Ahead:
- Paul Ferguson – Our resident tipster casts his eye over December’s fixtures
- Irish Racing – Tony Keenan gives his top ten to follow
- Andy Newton – with all the key pointers in your bid to find the Christmas winner at Kempton
- Charlie McCann – Will it be Thistlecrack or Might Blue?
- Jonathan Powell – Pays tribute to the determination and stamina of jump jockey Richard Johnson
- Paul Jacobs – Naps expert with his pick for the month’s big races
- Paddock Picks – Andrew Ayres with his latest crop of eye-catchers
- Two year olds – Iain Heitman believes other Derby bets make more sense than Saxon Warrior
- Mark Cotton – is puzzled by the contradiction in terms shown by the Racing Post
- Out in the sticks– Jeremy Grayson with his jumpers to follow from the nation’s smaller tracks
- Eddie Wood – continues his unique A-Z of British courses starting off with an evaluation of their altitudes
- Keith Knight – puts down his binoculars and gets out his reading glasses to suggest soem Christmas books
- Dairy of an amateur punter – Ben Morgan got off to a crackign start during a profitable month
- Bryony Frost – interview with the young jockey
- Yesterday’s Heroes – Graham Buddry recalls Celtic Ryde
- Ian Harrison – is angry over the so-called experts who exploit gullible punters
- Tales from the Betting Ring – Simon Nott spends time at rain swept Cheltenham