Well I Declare, 15th August

Well I Declare: 15th August

Well I Declare: 15th August

Good Morning, we’ve just the four meetings to cover today, as action takes place at Beverley, Kempton, Salisbury & Southwell.
Here’s a quick reminder of Mal Boyle’s thoughts on the day’s proceedings.



General stats: Sir Michael Stoute saddled an 86/1 treble on Saturday and the trainer boasts a great 6/13 record here at Beverley in recent times.  Tracy Waggott is another handler to keep on the right side given her LSP figure of twelve points which have been gained via a 22% strike rate.  Last year’s two day meeting got off to a great start for Mel Brittain who saddled a 359/1 treble on the card. 

2.15: Three of the four favourites (winners of their respective races) have secured toteplacepot positions thus far. The other winner scored at 50/1, just to keep your feet well and truly on the ground!

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2.45: Although only two of the last nine renewals have been claimed by favourites, eight of the ten favourites have finished in the frame.  Seven winners have scored at odds of 7/2 or less during the last decade.

3.15:  All four winners have carried weights of 8-13 or less, whilst three of the six market leaders have finished in the money (one winner) via four renewals to date.

3.50: Six of the last seven winners have carried a minimum weight of 8-12, whilst five-year-old have secured three of the last five renewals.  Five favourites have won during the last eleven years, during which time nine of the fourteen favourites have secured toteplacepot positions.

4.25:  The last five winners have carried weights of 9-4 or more, whilst five-year-olds come to the gig on a four timer.  Seven of the last eleven winners were returned in double figures, with prices ranging from 10/1 to 50/1.  No favourite has prevailed during the last decade, whilst five market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions in the process.



General stats: Kieran Fallon stands tall in the saddle via his 34% strike rate figure at Salisbury, statistics which have produced twenty-one points of level stake profits.  As far as trainers are concerned, Alan King (6/24), Richard Price (5/19) and Alastair Lidderdale (2/5) and names to consider.  Five of the six favourites scored on last year’s corresponding card.



General stats: Nicole Nordblad is mentioned in despatches for the first time in this service, given that the jockey sits on the 20% mark (good figures for this venue) via eight winners.



General stats: James Tate is one of the (serious) new trainers to consider, his raiders here having achieved 4/7 status. 

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