Graham Richards’ NH Guide 2018/2019 will be available shortly

Graham Richards’ NH Guide 2018/2019 will be available shortly to purchase from just £10. There’ll be an email on daily runners until the NH Guide is completed. Graham puts tons of effort into his guide with unique interviews with trainers plus tons of research and the NH Guide 2018/2019 is great value. Details below:


Kim Bailey

James Ewart

Nicky Henderson

Anthony Honeyball

Philip Hobbs

Alan King

Tom Lacey

Gary Moore

David Pipe

Linda Russell

Oliver Sherwood

Jamie Snowden

Tim Vaughan


Irish Novice Hurdlers

Handicap Hurdlers

Handicap Chasers

Juvenile Hurdlers

UK Novice Chasers

UK Novice Hurdlers

Email on daily runners until guide is completed

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NH Guide 2018/2019 – £10

NH Guide 2018/2019 + First Horses to Note – £15

NH Guide 2018/2019 + First Horses to Note + Cheltenham November Meeting Newsletters – £20

Horses To Note weekly through the season with updates and new horses added £40

Please EMAIL for details of comprehensive NH Season subscription which runs from November 1st to Grand National day.


Angels Breath (IRE) 4yo (16Mar14 gr g) Nicky Henderson

Owned by Dai Walters, who purchased him as a “Store” in 2017. Impressive winner of a three-mile Irish-Point at Maralin in April 2018. Travelled well through his race jumping well and pulling clear to win by twelve lengths. Handled soft/heavy in his Point and bred to stay up to three-miles. His full-sister won a Bumper on good ground. May start over two-miles if showing enough pace in his work. Mr Henderson reported he has done well over the summer.

Grey Diamond (FR) 4yo (07Apr14 b g) Alan King

Despite failing to settle, Grey Diamond ran out a cosy winner of a Bumper at Ffos Las in late May. Mr King reports he has done well over the summer and returned a more mature individual. On good or slower ground, he will start in two-mile hurdles. If he learns to settle in his races, he could prove above average.

Two For Gold (IRE) 5yo (16Apr13 b g) Kim Bailey

Winner of two of three Bumpers in his first season. He did well over the summer and schooled in good style on his return to the yard. Two and half-mile novice hurdles on good to soft and soft will be the order of the day. A promising horse, he goes well fresh.

Vinnie Lewis (IRE) 7yo (05Apr11 b g) H Whittington

Three-mile and upwards, handicap chaser that should have another good season. Winner of the Sussex National at Plumpton, he is effective on good to soft but relishes a challenge on testing ground. A stronger horse this season, he is capable of finding a novice hurdle when the emphasis is on stamina.