Paul Ferguson's Jumpers To Follow 2024-2025 ONLINE UPDATES

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Restricted to the first 200 subscribers, receive Paul’s weekly update (via email), detailing horses from the book who have run or who hold entries/declarations, as...

Restricted to the first 200 subscribers, receive Paul’s weekly update (via email), detailing horses from the book who have run or who hold entries/declarations, as well as eye-catchers, paddock notes and much more.

Published from early-October right through to the end of the National Hunt season, Paul analysis is invaluable.

Examples from last year's online updates:

The very first update of the season – which is often the longest, as it includes Paul’s thoughts from his many summer stable visits – included the following:

Colonel Harry is the horse who I am most looking forward to from Folly House and Snowden confirmed that he will be campaigned in 2m novice chases.”

Colonel Harry won on chase debut, before winning the Grade 2 Towton Novices’ Chase later in the season

The Milan four-year-old Noahsgreatrainbow is another keep tabs on…..Brentford Hope looks to be a horse who is capable of landing a nice handicap at some stage.”

Noahsgreatrainbow made a winning debut at Wincanton, returning @ 8/1, whilst Brentford Hope won three handicaps from six starts. 

Key part of the team, Clifford Baker, nominated French-import Liari, who will be campaigned in juvenile hurdles……….whilst Regent’s Stroll was one who stood out on looks

Liari won his first three starts for Paul Nicholls, including two Listed contests, and Regent’s Stroll won both starts in bumpers

Update 2 (first week of October) included:

The Jukebox Man is clearly highly-regarded, which is a positive nod towards Leading Prospect Gidleigh Park who beat him on debut.”

The Jukebox Man finished runner-up in two Grade 1 novice hurdles, including the Albert Bartlett at 18/1 whilst Gidleigh Park landing the Grade 2 Classic Novices’ Hurdle on Cheltenham’s Trials Day

Update 3 (second week of October) included:

Nicholls seems to have his horses ready for the start of the campaign and Captain Teague’s third in the Champion Bumper is a standout piece of form here [Persian War Novices’ Hurdle]. Whilst it looked like it could be a really competitive race at entry stage, the more I look at, the more I would like to think that he could be up to the task, despite his hurdling inexperience.”

Captain Teague won the Grade 2 Persian War Novices’ Hurdle by over nine lengths. 

“The Welsh Champion Hurdle is another potentially very good handicap, with 22 horses currently entered. The Leading Prospect in there is the Kelly Lee-trained Nemean Lion, who – from a mark of 135 – is a horse who I think is capable of winning a valuable prize such as this…..If he runs, I would be hopeful of a positive start to the season.

Nemean Lion won the Ffos Las contest at odds of 3/1

5th March Update included:

I’m sure Alan King’s six-year-old, Favour And Fortune, wants better ground and with that in mind, Aintree or Ayr (Scottish Champion Hurdle) could be more suitable.
Favour And Foirtune landed the Scottish Champion Hurdle on his next start after Cheltenham @ SP 5/1 

10th April Update (pre–Aintree’s Grand National Meeting) included:

One horse who I have already backed (ante-post) for this race [Topham] is Arizona Cardinal, who races prominently, comes back in distance slightly, tends to jump well and relishes testing ground. He also represents an in-form stable in the shape of Stuart Edmunds (4 winners from his last 8 runners) and I am hopeful that he will take to the course.”

Arizona Cardinal landed the Topham @ 20/1 


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