What you get with Notes on The Clock

Notes On The Clock is a twice-weekly service consisting of previews and reviews that build throughout the National Hunt season.

The service runs from the beginning of November to the end of April.

There are two distinct elements to the service:

Every Friday a preview post for the weekend’s action will be posted. These will include appraisals of horses previously noted and already in your trackers.

Every Wednesday there will be a review post that will focus on how horses ran over the previous weeks and will include views derived from many variables including time comparisons and track biases.

Andy Gibson’s NOTES ON THE CLOCK service will focus mainly on races below graded level. From top-class handicaps at Cheltenham to novice hurdles at Sedgefield and Hexham.

The database:-

Every single Preview and Review post will be added to the searchable database. This allows you to search by Horse, Course, Date and preview and review posts (see video below on how this works)

Notes on the Clock is provided by proffesional punter Andy Gibson

Andy Gibson

The service is written by a professional punter - Andy Gibson.
Andy is well known in the National Hunt scene and is a presenter on William Hill radio ( a bit more copy needed here about Andy's credentials.

Snippet of a weekly preview post

Thyme Hill
Thyme Hill might well win this race and I could envisage a scenario where he wins impressively and is promoted to one of the favourites for the Ballymore in March; however, on the evidence before us at this point in time he does seem to be remarkably short at 6/4 on the strength of one win at Chepstow beating a horse that has been beaten again since. The fourth and the sixth to finish have also been beaten subsequently. The Hobbs horse is unproven on the ground but may well handle it and he would be one of the less likely to take advantage of the outside rail – if indeed that turns out to be a positive move.


How the datbase works

Each week the Preview and Review members posts will be added to the database.

The database is fully searchable by

  1. Horses name
  2. Course
  3. Date
  4. Preview/review type

This makes the service extremely accessible and you can also print out any part of the Database as a PDF or a .csv file for reference if you are going racing.