Andrew Mount's 'Form-Breaking' methods were first applied to National Hunt racing in 2002. He revealed the hurdler with six wins from seven starts when faced with distances below three miles, a right-handed track and fast ground. He wrote about the progressive chaser who won all six career starts when rested for six weeks or longer. Now his findings are updated once again to help make your betting more profitable for the new Winter Jumps season. Also included is All-Weather racing expert Peter Stavers' form breakers for the Winter Flat season. This book features fully revised and updated database software 'Form-Breaking' analysis applied to National Hunt horses in 2005-2006. It is a very successful, proven formula which is for years been producing results from trend horses outlined in the same author's book "Sprintline." Its given full promotion and advertising in "Racing Post," "Racing Post Weekender," "Raceform Update," "Racing and Football Outlook" and "Racing on Saturday."
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