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Tony Stafford

Tony has been a prominent racing journalist and owner/trainer advisor for more than half a century. In 30 years at the Daily Telegraph he was senior correspondent, Racing Editor and principal tipster for most of that time, winning the Sporting Life naps table three times (twice jumps season, once Flat). Several books include a Year in the Life of Frankie Dettori, written in the year that Dettori rode his seven winners in a day at Ascot. Tony needed to write an extra chapter after the book was in type (no internet then) to record that. Among the people he’s advised have been David Loder, Jim Bolger, Thoroughbred Corporation and Michael Dickinson and since leaving the Daily Telegraph he has been Racing Manager to Raymond Tooth. During their association, they have enjoyed Champion Hurdle success with Punjabi, and Group 1 Flat-race success with Indian Ink and French Fifteen. This year, for the first time, he is responsible for the From the Stables.com feature and is closing in on victory in the William Hill Radio Naps Table competition at the first attempt.

Joao Da Mata

Former At The Races South African racing expert Joao offers his daily insight into making profit by punting smartly and backing winners. Week in week out the figures don’t lie. “my aim is to make profit and therefore I bet on what i know and what the form tells me.”

Roy Brindley

Roy worked in London’s greyhound kennels in the late 80’s taking dogs to classic venues such as Walthamstow, Catford, Wembley and Wimbledon. The vibrant betting rings left him spellbound and while he went on to become a greyhound trainer in his own right (hitting the headlines when landing a treble and an off-course gamble in 1992) both in the UK and USA, a career in ‘gambling’ was always something of an inevitability.
Founding and editing Greyhound Monthly Magazine at the turn of the century he become the face of Ladbrokes Poker and voice of SKY Sports televised poker in the early 2000’s and spent a decade travelling the world and playing the game.In more recent times Roy has turned his attentions to opportunities in niche sports betting. He majors in Formula 1, TV Specials and election markets while also compiling his own stats for Darts and Snooker.