But for those of you with normal human attention spans, maybe you just want a tip for each race at Chelters? Read on below.
No more waffle. Just free tips!
As my Cheltenham Festival Tips category has been around for a few years – and let’s face it, it truly deserves its place among the big-hitters of online tipping 😉 – it ranks quite nicely in Google for related search phrases.
Looking for the best* seriously good** Cheltenham Festival Tips?
I did this last year, and there’s nothing I like more than traditions — in fact, I saw some wit on Twitter the other day opine that
“tradition is just peer pressure from dead people”Random Twitter Dude
So, on seeing this, as well as laughing really hard, I realised that it was very important to keep up with traditions.
* These very obviously might not be the best tips. There is no way of knowing until later. At which point, sling your arrows in the comments section, at the bottom. Note, I will moderate comments, so if you’re going to criticize, please do so with elaborate, floral, Shakespearean aplomb, or… you’re getting deleted 🙂
** Seriously good is obviously also highly subjective, too.
The 2019 New Year’s Honours List was published today, on 29 December 2019, and in case you wanted to see the full list, without it being in a PDF, I’ve published it below – minus all the ads and other slowness that mainstream news media will surround their honours list content with.
Navigating the Complete List:
This list is complete and searchable – for example, if you are on a desktop or laptop computer, hit CTRL + F and then type in a county or city (say “North Yorkshire” or “London”) or a surname (like “Wilkinson”) and you can then flip through the relevant items. Alternatively, there’s a table of contents so you can jump to the main sections of honours.
I was able to post this really quickly for the benefit of the world because I have the best broadband in Britain.