Cheltenham Racecourse 1st Top Class 2
Cheltenham racecourse as everyone should know hosts the Cheltenham festival during march which is one of the top meetings of the jump racing calendar year and the course is a left-handed course of one mile four furlong and is home of the Cheltenham Festival and does have stiff fences and also a stiff uphill finish.
One of the areas where members have been rewarded by using the Jadwiz form guide over the last twelve months is at Cheltenham racecourse and this came back as a 120 pounds pound profit for staking just ten pound on each runner and the strike rate was good so read on and see what is required.
Now we have read a bit about Cheltenham racecourse its time to move on and see what else that is required and the first thing to check should be whether the race is flat or jump as there is no point checking everything else and then finding out it?s the wrong code of racing and here it should be jump racing.
We have just read the introduction to this course but we still have work to do because here at Cheltenham racecourse the results show that we need to use a specific type of race and the type that is required is classtwo and once we have one these events we can move on once again.
With the Jadwiz form guide as always it is usually a good idea to concentrate on the top rated runners in the race and here again that is what we will be doing and this time around the results for the last twelve months show that we should be using the Number1 rated horses that are contesting this event.
You now know this course has had some very good results as far as the Jadwiz form ratings are concerned and how to find these runners can be seen below but for now I will just let you know the profit was around the 120 pounds pound mark for a ten pound stake, this was made from 8 winners out of 34 runners which created a ROI of 36%.
Published June 2019
Form the members area select 'Top Rated'
Select the correct ratings as stated on this page, Top Rated, 2nd Top Rated, 3rd Top Rated
Check todays race type is the same as stated on this page