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Wednesday, 15 February 2012

2012 Cheltenham Festival Bulletin

The 436th edition of the Wayward Lad blog.

It's here!
The 2012 Cheltenham Festival Bulletin has now been published and initial copies were sent out by email this evening to those who have made a £5 donation to the blog.
If you want a copy, you know what to do, and that's donate £5 using the donate button above. What you will receive is a 16-page, 9500 word document that looks at every race in the Festival, detailing important trends, potential antepost selections, in-running strategies, and provides 3 rock solid guides to every race to help you sort thru' the chaff and produce a shortlist from which (hopefully) you'll find the winners.

That's it for me for a few days. I've spent the best part of 3-weeks and over 50 hours writing and researching the bulletin and I need a break. So, I'm off to Cornwall for a long weekend and will be back on Monday. Don't worry, I'm taking my laptop with me, so if you want a copy of the bulletin send me a donation and I'll send you a copy.

All the best.


  1. Hi Ian,

    I made a donation and received my copy of the Cheltenham Festival Bulletin. The insight and wealth of information makes it great value. You have a passion for horse racing illustrated perfectly in a professionally written publication.

    As an ardent Flat racing fan, this resource will add to my new interest in NH and this racing spectacular. Cheltenham...here we come.

    Many thanks,

  2. Thanks Jason, your comments are much appreciated - and the donations are flowing in!

  3. Ian,

    Thoroughly enjoyed the Bulletin.
    And anybody reading this blog or making the pilgrimage to Cheltenham must MUST invest their time to read and digest your information.

    Good Luck and May the Cheltenham Roar Be With You