Interview: TOM STANLEY: Tom Stanley is a racing broadcaster and analyst who can regularly been seen on Racing TV and Matchbook.com as a lead presenter, guest, and columnist. Formerly a tipster for Oddschecker, Tom’s love affair with racing started when his father’s first horse, Cheval De Guerre, won first time out at Warwick for Kim Bailey in the mid-nineties and he hasn’t looked back, working his way through the ranks to become one of the most recognisable faces in the UK racing media. Interview with WILLIAM KEDJANYI.
TOM STANLEY (part 1 of 3)
In part one, Tom Stanley talks about falling in love with betting and racing via the Kim Bailey trained Cheval De Guerre, his most profitable period backing horses and his key to finding long term success, whilst also reliving memories from his first Cheltenham Festivals.
TOM STANLEY (part 2 of 3)
In part 2, Tom Stanley talks about his work with Matchbook, the ever more crowded racing podcast scene, and how he thinks people will watch racing and other sports in the future. He also discusses his betting strategies, and potential changes to online gambling in the Gambling Review.
TOM STANLEY (part 3 of 3)
In Part 3, Tom answers questions submitted from Twitter, tells a magnificent and heart-breaking story about the Cricket World Cup final, and explains why his favourite racing moment came when he wasn’t on the course.