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About Jumps Racing

Established in 2004, jumpsracing.co.uk is a dedicated resource for fans of the National Hunt, offering visitors a wealth of resources, news and information pertaining to the annual Cheltenham Festival.

Whilst the four day meeting in March each year is the pinnacle of the Jumps Racing calendar, our website strives to provide an all year round service, particularly between the months of October and the Festival when the 'Road to Cheltenham' is covered in great detail with updates on the leading Cheltenham contenders as well as those runner who are catching the eye and moving in the betting for each of the 27 races.

In addition to www.jumpsracing.co.uk, fans can access news via our Facebook and Twitter profiles.


Sean Raymond: Sean is the editor of jumpsracing.co.uk, and the main writer of all news stories and articles on the site as well as all other editorial. He is an NCTJ qualified journalist with over eight years experience writing about horse racing.

Sean's passion for Jumps racing sees him attending race meetings and stable tours regularly for new stories and ideas to increase the site's offering. Follow him on Twitter @seanraymond.

Richard Smith: Richard has12 years experience in the sports betting industry and has worked for recognised names including Ladbrokes, Coral and Betfred during that time. In 2006, he completed the BHA's Graduate training scheme which saw him broaden his horizons within the racing world.

His long standing passion for racing sees him make regular and insightful contributions to the site about National Hunt and Cheltenham specific news stories.

Tom Lee: Tom is best known as a TV presenter on Channel 4 Racing and RTE in Ireland, where he covers live racing all year round. In addition to his on camera work, he is an exceptional writer on the sport of horse racing and his contributions to jumpsracing.co.uk are always popular amongst visitors.

Tom is from a racing family, his father, Richard Lee, is a two-times Welsh National winning trainer and such exposure the sport makes for greatly interesting and insightful writing. You can follow Tom on Twitter at @TomsTips.


Some of the information offered on this site covers odds, free bets and promotions which by their very nature change at regular intervals and we do everything to ensure that they are as accurate as possible. However, we accept no responsibility for these elements of the site and suggest that you check these yourself prior to placing any bets.

We would like to make you aware of the various responsible gaming initiatives which outline the principles of responsible gambling. Only people over the age of 18 should be viewing this site.

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