Can Tipsters repeat astonishing Cheltenham Gold Cup success at the Grand National?

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After predicting almost a full house at the Cheltenham Festival, can the Tipsters do it again?’s betting tipsters are gearing up for the Grand National 2013 after they recorded remarkable Cheltenham Festival success, forecasting six out of six winners on Gold Cup Day – including of course the Cheltenham Gold Cup itself.

Trends tips from’s daily tipster Tony Ward successfully pinpointed a full house while the webzine’s psychic tipster Dean Maynard – nicknamed 'Mystic Midas' – also came up trumps, with Bobs Worth giving him his third Gold Cup winner in four years.

During the four-day Cheltenham Festival, Dean gave exclusive daily tips to, and of his 13 picks, nine placed, with five winners, including the Gold Cup champion.

Dean said: "I am very happy with my record at this year’s Cheltenham and it is always brilliant to pick the Gold Cup Winner (again), next stop Aintree."

Tony Ward also scored throughout The Festival with 10 winners plus seven placed horses from full forecasts for each of the four days.

He said: “Plenty of punters tend to dismiss historical race trends and profiles preferring to purely base their opinions on current form. I would not advocate trends as the be-all-and-end-all, but used as part of your betting armoury at least points you in the direction of the profile of the most likely winners of a race.

“I would expect to get one or two trends winners a day at a big meeting with plenty of long-established races, but to get six out of six was outstanding, especially on such a competitive day’s racing.”

With both tipsters on top form at the moment is looking forward to the Grand National meeting at Aintree and hoping for a similarly successful result!



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