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Andrew Mount is a leading horse racing adviser, expert pundit and journalist, contributing regularly to the Racing Post, Racing & Football Outlook, Racing Post Weekender and William Hill radio as well as providing a daily tipping column for the GG.co.uk website for more than 20 years. He is a former racecourse bookmaker, multiple Scoop6 winner and has enjoyed considerable success as an owner with Grade 1 winner Reve De Sivola. Track bias, systems and horse profiling are his chosen weapons in the ongoing battle to beat the bookies.
Articles by Andrew Mount
Matthew Sutcliffe is a weekly columnist for GG.co.uk and is a relatively fresh face within the racing industry. It wasn’t until he was asked to write an article for the Betting and Gaming Council regarding his first experience of the Cheltenham Festival in 2021 that he decided to pursue a career within the game, and as an English Literature Graduate, combining his love of racing and passion for writing only seemed natural. Matthew began to write his own racing blog along with putting up selections on Twitter, where he would typically seek winners at larger odds accompanied by an extensive write up. After gaining a following from the aforementioned, Matthew was approached by GG.co.uk in March to write his weekly column, ‘pointers and punts’, focusing on eye-catching runs from the previous weekend and ‘value’ plays for the following weekend.
Articles by Matthew Sutcliffe
Dave is a self confessed Cheltenham fanatic who is better known under his social alias Cheltmental. Dave prides himself on being transparent both with his betting and analysis is races. As a Data Analyst by trade plus many years of betting experience he wanted to share his learning with others which is where Cheltmental was born. Dave provides varied content from video previews to written blogs, all accompanied by the occasional dose satire. An avid racing fan for over 25 years, Dave had seen the benefits of year on year from an early age while spending the majority of his spare time greyhound racing with his Dad. Fast forward a decade, and Dave fell in love with National Hunt racing after attending his first Cheltenham Festival and spotted the same cyclical opportunities within the sport. Dave’s main focus is at the higher end of official ratings but can often find some nuggets at the lower levels when a horse might not yet have achieved their potential.