Timeform's Adam Barnes attempts to crack the Kempton placepot with a 32-line permutation....
I only ‘discovered’ horse racing whilst studying at University, but it wasn’t long before the form book started to gain rather more attention than my text books. After finishing my studies I worked in banking for a couple of years, but my ever-growing interest in racing analysis and punting soon convinced me to leave those nasty bankers behind and focus full-time on the great game.
Horses such as Moscow Flyer and Grey Abbey were among the first to capture my imagination over the jumps, though I have since become equally, if not more, interested in the Flat, where nothing flats my boat more than a nice 25-runner sprint handicap.
My main role at Timeform is currently that of reporting on Flat racing, while also appearing on Timeform Radio.