A quick Easter treat for us ‘grown ups’ today, as good old David Peat of Horse Profiles fame is giving away some freebies to get your flat racing season off to a flyer.
If you’re in a rush, click here to get the goodies. No opt in required, just go and download.
There are four downloads for your delectation: a selection of juvenile trainer profiles; some summer jumps trainers; trainers to follow when their horses return pronto to the track (interesting angle and always worth a double check!); and, ten of the actual horses profiled in the main product.
Main product, I hear you ask? (Well, a few of you, at least 😉
Now then, although David is indeed a good egg (pardon the Easter pun), he’s also in business. So it’ll come as no surprise that if you like what’s in the free offerings, you can sign up for the entire flat season and get David’s daily details.
The main members area is a veritable Easter treasure hunt of statistical goodness, covering an array of angles. In fact, I’ve printed a screenshot of it so you can see what I mean!
Everything in green on the page is a clickable area, taking you to a report or some other relevant information.
David updates everything daily, except the weekly Class 2+ reports which, strangely enough, he produces weekly!
David and his followers enjoyed another profitable winter with his National Hunt profiles, and the flat season started with a 100% bang yesterday, as his two trainer and jockey selections came in as well as his first weekly review runner. All shortish prices, at evens, 11/10 and 6/4, but three from three nevertheless.
Incidentally, selections are normally much bigger odds than that, with a 60 point (!) profit at Cheltenham recorded, and Aintree winners at 14/1, 12/1 and 6/1.
Membership until the end of the flat season (early November) costs a single payment of Â£47, which is just Â£1.68 per week!
I’ve worked with David before on Flat Racing Profiles, and I can tell you he’s passionate about stats and racing, and he also offers first class customer service.
If you want to sign up for his full season service, then use the same page that the freebies are on – you’ll see the link on there. Whether you’re interested in the premium service or not, do go and help yourself to some Easter eggs for grown-ups below! 🙂
And have a very happy Easter!