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All-Weather Analysis: Chelmsford 08-12-22

The National Hunt side of things looks like taking a bit of a battering from the cold snap over the next few days… but that won’t impact on All-Weather Davy and he heads off to Chelmsford this evening and puts the Class 4 2yo Novice Stakes at 6.30pm under the microscope…


>>📁 Chelmsford Analysis – 08-12-22


Ahead In The Sand plans…

Dave and I have put our heads together and decided that we will re-launch at the start of January. Get Christmas (🧑‍🎄bah humbug!) and New Year (🥃) out of the way and then crack on with the next run of Ahead In The Sand in the first week of 2023.

This run of Ahead In The Sand will include the whole of January (minus a couple days at start) all the way through to the end of April… so the best part of four months worth of in-depth All-Weather analysis.

Dave will mainly be covering Maiden and Novice races on the All-Weather during this period although there will be plenty other pieces of analysis, with some of the higher class AW races also coming under analysis (similar to the previous run of AITS).

Dave explained in a recent Twitter post why the Maiden & Novice races have become his focus recently…



As well as the race analysis there will also be the AITS Telegram Group (which was EXTREMELY popular last time) where Dave will have some angles and stats that he will share with members. 

Dave will also share his own exclusive Ratings Files that members will be able to dig into and use to source their own bets and plays, again something that was EXTREMELY popular on the last run of AITS.

Until then Dave will share the occasional analysis here on the free NTF blog as well as posting some thoughts and pointers via his Twitter page

Thanks again for those of you that already expressed an interest in joining/re-joining AITS when the doors open… if you still want to do that then simply stick your name and email in the form below…



Cheers – Ben (NTF) and Dave (AITS)

p.s. if you missed the latest ‘Three to follow from the weekend’ you can read that here

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