We try and put some additional ideas into the minds of readers by offering some of the well known trends when it comes to tipping horses. Also on each day of Glorious Goodwood we will be offering our tips on some of the biggest races throughout the week and hoping to make it a lucrative festival.
Trainers and Jockeys at Glorious Goodwood
It is important that you consider some trainers when looking to back some winners over the five days and we would like to suggest John Dunlop who trains close by at Arundel and has a great record at the Sussex track.
As for Jockeys you have to look for Jockeys who remain really cool and there is no cooler customer than Ryan Moore who won top jockey in 2007 and Johnny Murtagh who won in 2008. Their horses and those of Richard Hughes are highly recommended to follow. All these jockeys know to wait until the gaps appear - a point that is vital at the Goodwood racecourse.
Goodwood Track Bias
A key Glorious Goodwood tip is to look at the draw for races other than the sprints as the low numbers are definitely favoured as if your in a low stall number you have to suffer going the long way round most of the way and this has a real impact on your chances of winning.
Betting on Glorious Goodwood Racing
There is no better festival to have a bet on than the Goodwood festival as it is such a fun event and there are so many great races 35 in all to have a bet on with so many different types of races that will always ensure that you are kept on your toes and enjoying the five days. The odds are all on this site along with Glorious Goodwood tips and Glorious Goodwood free bets and these are here for you considered opinion when trying to make a profit from your horse racing betting.
The Glorious Goodwood Tips from Tom Lee will be available as soon he gets them to us during the week, so make sure you check out this site around noon each day as Tom will be working across the water where he will be working for RTE on the Galway Festival but he will of course also be keeping a close eye on the action at Goodwood. Those of you who are looking for these tips should follow the link to get a more in depth view of his selections.