Interview: JORDAN VINE At just 25, Jordan Vine is a rare commodity, an actual professional punter. He made a point of surrounding himself with and most importantly, learning from, some of the top greyhound judges in the country. He’s now ‘made it’ in his own right. Betting ‘head-down’ when he really fancies one. Meeting Jordan Vine.
JORDAN VINE (part 1 of 3)
Jordan Vine talks about his meteoric rise to the ranks of a top professional greyhound punter and explains why he has always kept himself in the best punting company.
JORDAN VINE (part 2 of 3)
In part two, professional dog punter Jordan talks about handling the ups and downs of the game and how he unwinds after a good (or bad day’s punting). Getting his bets on, the importance of trustees to help out but also having a complete distraction, in his case weightlifting which his father took to an Olympic level.
JORDAN VINE (part 3 of 3)
Jordan talks about how he juggles life as a single man about town with the discipline required to become a professional dog punter, owning dogs and generally enjoying life. Why he enjoys going to the dogs and supporting the sport, he also mentions on-course bookmakers that he respects in both Ireland and the UK.
Simon Nott is author of:
Skint Mob! Tales from the Betting Ring