Good morning everyone, I’m just bringing you a quick reminder of Mal Boyle’s thoughts on today’s racing from Brighton, Chepstow, Haydock and Kempton. Good luck for all your bets today!
General stats: Well publicised trainers have superior figures to offer than Joseph Tuite, though Joseph’s 6/21 return in recent years is worth a mention, especially as over thirteen points of level stake profits have been realised during the period.
General stats: Two of the last seven runners saddled by John Spearing had won at the time of writing and John’s 29% record at Chepstow catches the eye. The positive statistics include nearly ten points of level stake profits during the period.
General stats: Richard Kingscote’s mounts have realised seventy points of level stake profits at Haydock in the last five years via a strike rate 26% (twenty one winners).
2.30: Both favourites have secured toteplacepot positions to date via gold and bronze medals.
3.35: Both favourites finished out of the money in the two divisions of last year’s inaugural event.
The inaugural 4.45 & 5.15 races last year were won by John Gosden trained 7/2 favourites.
General stats: Ralph Beckett (sixty six) and James Fanshawe (forty four) have both produced an abundance of level stake profits in recent years, albeit all trainers are generally overshadowed by the exploits of Saeed Bin Suroor (56 winners via a 34% ratio) at the Sunbury circuit.