(PRWEB) April 12, 2007
JumpingJockey.com has confirmed that it will be providing free lay and back tips for this year's Grand National at Aintree in April 2007 for online sports-betting fans.
In keeping with Jumpingjockey.com's policy of providing free advice for big events, fans of the most popular horse races in the UK will receive free tips and advice once again from the jumpingjockey.com team (http://www.jumpingjockey.com). The red-hot team have already offered up advice on the racing this year.
Firstly, some very important statistics which highlight the profile of the potential winner and the majority of previous winners, http://www.emediawire.com/releases/2007/3/emw514855.htm, as well as a compilation of comments from trainers regarding their runners indicating which are well in on the weights they must carry and their horses chances in general, http://www.prweb.com/releases/2007/4/prweb516569.htm.
This year's tips will include short-price lays (odds of 3/1 and below), forecast favourite and second favourite lays based on tissue price as published by the Racing Post, favourite backers (win) tips and long priced/value back (win and place) tips. Also included this year are 'market watch' tips for layers and backers. These tips allow punters to monitor the smart money on suspected weak favourites.
JumpingJockey.com has a very high strikerate and its popular service will be made available for this year's Aintree festival online. Punters can simply visit the jumpingjockey.com website (http://www.jumpingjockey.com) and click the 'free tips' link to view the days advices.
Free tips: email subscribers will be notified via email as soon as the tips are published online. The tips are published many hours before the racing starts so that punters can take advantage of early prices on the betting exchanges. Tissue price lay tips can drift significantly shortly before the race starts, and having these tips so early provides free tips subscribers an opportunity to cash in on bets before the race is run and potentially lock in profits before the race has even been run.
Tim Mehmet, director of JumpingJockey.com comments: "Our free tips will cover the entire race card and tips will be provided for each race; however, it's worth noting that our paid subscribers will have access to the race tips which we have shortlisted as having the best chance. Not all win tips will win and not all lay tips will lose. If punters wish to know which races to get involved in and which to avoid for all UK race meetings on the day, they can sign up for instant access online via a secure online system. Not only that, but because it's the Grand National, we are offering our pay service for 3 months at just £19.99. Considering that a typical tipster charges £30-£50 per month for one kind of tip, our 3 month deal is a real gift for sure and will make the Aintree festival that much sweeter."
Typical stats for jumpingjockey.com last month include 93% success race for tissue price favourite lays, 83% success for short price favourite lays and better than 1 in 2 success for favourite backer (win) bets. The market watch service achieved over 80% success for favourite layers also, in total there were around 150 tips for lays alone. It's also worth noting that these tips are published the night before racing starts, and this is by far the most difficult way to tip because the tipsters cannot react to changes such as going, non runners, jockey changes, negative comments from trainers, etc.
The racing at this year's Aintree Grand National will be fast and furious and all the top jockeys, trainers and horses appear to be in good form making for what looks like a competitive and exciting meeting. The message from JumpingJockey.com as always is to have fun and enjoy the races.
Notes to Editors
Jumping Jockey launched in January 2006. Its main activity is to provide a tipping service for UK horse racing.