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Ten of the best: Trainers with Last Time Out Winners…

There’s been some pretty clear indicators that the National Hunt game is gearing up to slide on in and take on over in the past week…

  1. The Cesarewitch is now safely tucked away in the form book (the 1-2 in the race coming from two primarily National Hunt yard)… πŸ€β˜˜οΈ
  2. Chepstow’s Persian War Hurdle meeting has been and gone… πŸͺ–βš”οΈ
  3. Cheltenham Festival chat has gone through the roof on social media… 🫣😐
  4. And The morning dog walks are bloody BALTIC!?! πŸ₯ΆπŸ₯ΆπŸ₯Ά

All that also means it’s time for me to start getting my house in order in preparation for the 2023/24 NTF National Hunt service

Starting with the first FREE NTF Guide of the season>>>

In this FREE NTF Guide I’m concentrating on trainers with their Last Time Out Winners (LTOW) and pinpointing…

TEN of the best NH trainers when it comes to successfully placing their Last Time Out Winners>>>

Here’s a taster of the free guide for you…

The LTOW method is a fairly straight forward method to follow and there were any number of my own saved angles I could have included in this guide, but the ten I eventually settled on would be (pretty much) ten of the strongest LTOW trainer angles that I personally use to help Narrow The Field, when it comes to my own day to day National Hunt plays…

You can get your hands on the full guide by clicking on the following image…

This guide is only just the start of my National Hunt preparations… so make sure you stay tuned as there is plenty more still to come your way over the next few weeks…

Cheers – Ben (NTF)

…and since it’s almost ‘Jumping’ season, here’s some ‘Jumping Jack Flash‘ from The Stones

6 responses to “Ten of the best: Trainers with Last Time Out Winners…”

  1. Hi Ben

    I notice that the LTOW angles have already bagged a few winners.!! Every credit to you and Thanks for sharing the data.

    Last year you did a guide called Sires that Fire which was also in my opinion an excellent piece of work unfortunately I’ve lost the link. Could you mail me a copy. ?

    Thanks again for your hard work and dedication.

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