Today’s action comes from Beverley, Sandown, Yarmouth and Kempton, as we remind ourselves of Mal Boyle’s thoughts for…
General stats: Ollie Pears saddles just one runner at Beverley on Wednesday when Throwing Roses contests the 2.00 contest. Ollie boasts an LSP figure of forty-three points via twelve winners at the track during the last five years.
General stats: Both of Mark Brisbourne’s runners have won at Sandown during the study period whilst two of his last three runners have scored at the time of writing. Mark saddles one runner at Sandown on Wednesday, namely Silvas Romana in the 5.05 contest.
2.20: Two of the six favourites have won, though the last three gold medallists were returned at 33/1-12/1-6/1. Four of the seven market leaders have finished in the frame.
2.55: Nine of the ten favourites have secured toteplacepot positions to date (four winners). Eight of the ten winners have been returned at odds of 6/1 or less, the ‘odd men out’ being 20/1 and 12/1 outsiders.
3.25: Favourites have won eight of the last ten renewals, whilst the biggest priced winner during the last decade contests sent off at 5/1.
5.05: Four clear market leaders and a joint favourite have prevailed during the last twelve years, whilst eight of the fifteen market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions in the process.
5.35: Although three of the last five favourites have finished in the money, the relevant scorers were returned at odds of 33/1–10/1–8/1–8/1–6/1. All eight winners have carried a minimum burden of 8-12.
General stats: Chris Wall’s runners should be noted at the seaside venue, the trainer boasting an LSP figure of 46 points via thirty winners during the last five years.
General stats: William Muir saddled four winners during the corresponding week twelve months ago and the trainer now boasts fifty-five points of level stake profits at Kempton during the last five years.