Wayward Lad Loves the Cheltenham Festival 2022

I must say, I have little idea about the National Hunt and even less about the Cheltenham Festival. 

That doesn't mean to say I don't look forward to the Festival when it arrives in March. 

The build up to the big meeting starts from Boxing Day and reaches its pinnacle in those next two months. Being a two-year-old horse racing fan means there is nothing for me to enjoy but that doesn't mean I don't keep my ear to the ground. Not only can I hear the sound of hooves but I have a name of one blogger who I've followed for many years. 

Let me introduce you to Wayward Lad

There's one thing you can guarantee about Ian, he's authentic and as honest as the day is long. He doesn't need to prove anything and stuck with Blogspot rather than changing his domain to something all shiny and new.   

He did well last year, making a tidy profit. In fact, he writes a fantastic Cheltenham Festival Guide which is conclusive and worthy of your time and money. 

This New Year, he's been in flying form as can be seen in a recent blog post. 

These are the winners posted on my blog since it returned for the 2021/22 jumps season back in October...

He's not a favourite's man (unless it's nailed on) and he isn't one to throw a hedgehog at a dartboard.  

Phoenix Way @ 7/1 
Falco Blitz @ 7/1 
Good Boy Bobby @ 9/2 
Highland Hunter @ 9/1 
Protektorat @ 7/2 
Jersey Bean @ 16/1 
Senior Citizen @ 9/2

Excellent work. 

I would suggest to all readers limbering up for the Cheltenham Festival 2022 to take their time and not only read Wayward Lad's Blog but help share it because all too often it's the quiet bloggers who know the most. 

For me, I will be following Ian's selections over the Festival and supporting him all the way. 

Good luck to all.