Are you sick of getting socks and smellies for Christmas? If you are – then, come on, isn’t it time you asked your friends, relatives and loved-ones for some seriously sexy stocking fillers!
Feel free to suggest your own perfect punting presents – but here are a few ideas if you’re struggling to know what to ask for!
A Bet For Boxing Day
Many people don’t like to give cash as a present, scared that receiver will think they basically couldn’t be arsed to put in enough thought and effort to buy you something nice. However, for most punters, cash is king. You can even take the giver’s guilt away – simply tell then they’re buying you a bet for Boxing Day – and a card with £20 in it will do nicely!
Tickets For The Kempton Showpiece
Okay, so your nearest and dearest may well want to spend a little more than £20 on you. So, why not ask them to buy you tickets for Kempton on Boxing Day. There are usually plenty of stars on show, and this year looks likely to be another wonderful occasion with a possible rematch between Cue Card and Coneygree, whilst Willie Mullins will surely send one of his stars such as Douvan or Vroum Vroum Mag to take them both on in the King George. Mullins also looks likely to be represented by Faugheen who could bid for an unprecedented hat-trick in the Christmas Hurdle.
Tickets For Leopardstown
Meanwhile, if you fancy getting away for a few days between Christmas and New Year, then why not ask everyone to club together and pay for you to head to Leopardstown for the Christmas Festival from the 26th – 29th December. All the stars of the Irish Racing scene will be on show over the 4-days which are The Racing Post Day, Paddy Power Day, Lexus Chase Day, and Ryanair Day.
Wax Jacket And Trilby
Of course, whether it’s Kempton or Leopardstown, you’ll want to dress for the occasion. Therefore, if anyone’s still looking to buy you a nice present – tell them to skip the crappy Christmas Jumper and buy you a wax jacket and matching trilby so you can feel right at home at either of these special National Hunt meetings.
However, whether you end-up watching those great meetings on course or from the comfort of your favourite armchair – a subscription to one of the reputable and profitable Betting Gods tipsters should definitely keep you warmer than a few mugs of Gluhwein down the German Markets this Christmas. There’s monthly, quarterly and lifetime subscriptions starting from £29.99 and, with serious monthly profits, and return on investments of up to 30% – you might just end-up taking whoever buys you your subscription away for next Christmas.