Paul Jones Racing

Paul has worked in horseracing since joining Weatherbys in 1987 and is best known for being the author and originator of the Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide since its inception in 2000 up until 2015, off the back of which he has provided a subscription-based horseracing analysis since 2008.

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2017 Race Days – Festivals Covered

MAY: 6th & 7th                NEWMARKET

JUNE: 2nd & 3rd               EPSOM 20th – 24th            ASCOT (Royal)

JULY: 13th – 15th            NEWMARKET 29th                      ASCOT

AUGUST: 1st – 5rd               GOODWOOD 23rd – 26th           YORK

SEPTEMBER: 9th & 10th             Leopardstown – Irish Champions weekend 14th – 16th
DONCASTER (last three days of)

OCTOBER: 1st                       Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 14th                     NEWMARKET 21st                     ASCOT

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About Paul Jones Racing

In addition, over the last three decades Paul has been a sub-editor of The Form Book, the editor of GG.com, a contributor for Attheraces since 2003, a pundit for William Hill Radio for eight years and a form guide writer for 17 racecourses.

Author:

pauljoneshorseracing.com (2015-present)
Jumps Season & Cheltenham Festival Ante-Post Service (2008-present)
How To Find The Grand National Winner Official Guide (2015)
Haydock Park Racecourse Media Guide (2001)

Contributor:

Raceform publications including Horses In Training, Horses For Courses, Timecheck, Trackwise etc. (1989-1994)
Attheraces Major Festivals Websites (2003-present)
Aintree Racecourse Media Promotions (2013-present)
Sportinglife.com (2003-2004) Raceform on Saturday (2001-2004)

Author & Originator:

National Hunt Season Betting Guide (2001-2002)
Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide (2000-2015)
Aintree & Punchestown Festivals Betting Guide (2002-2014)
Summer Festivals Betting Guide (2001-2002)

Other:

Pundit: William Hill Radio (2005-2013)
Racecard Form Guide Writer: Aintree, Carlisle, Cheltenham, Chepstow, Doncaster, Exeter, Huntingdon, Kempton, Leicester, Ludlow, Newbury, Redcar, Ripon, Sandown, Salisbury and York (1998-2010)
Master of Ceremonies: Towcester Racecourse (2005-2009)
Resident Paddock Tipster & Hospitality Speaker: York Racecourse (2003-2006)
Paddock Interviewer & Hospitality Speaker: Leicester Racecourse (2005-2006)
Editor: GG.com (2001-2003)
Marketing & Advertising Sales Executive: BHA Publications including The Racing Calendar and the European Pattern Race Book. Weatherbys publications including The NH Stallion Book and The Bulletin Magazine (1995-2001)
Originator and Editor: The Point-to-Point & Hunter Chase Race Planner (1999)
Sub Editor: Raceform & Chaseform The Form Books, The Note-Book (1989-1994)
Racing Correspondent: Kettering Citizen (1986-1987)
Tipping: Three-time runner-up in the Horserace Writers’ and Photographers’ Association Annual Naps Competition Other Contributions: Betlive Radio, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, Cheltenham Racecourse Official Magazine, The Guardian, The Gloucestershire Echo, The Irish Field, Irish Racing Times, Mackenzie & Selby Point-to-Pointers and Hunter Chase Annual, Mr Green Sportsbook, Newmarket Racecourse, Oddschecker.com, OLBG, Paddy Power, Racing Post Weekender, Racing Plus, Tattersalls, Totepool, Warwick Racecourse and williamhill.com.