Well I Declare: 22nd September

Well I Declare: 22nd September

Well I Declare: 22nd September

Mal Boyle closes his week out with a quick reminder of his thoughts on the racing at Ayr, Catterick, Newbury, Newmarket and Wolverhampton on a busy…



General stats: Keith Dalgleish is back among the winners and a big race winner at Ayr cannot be far away given his racecourse ratio of 20% via sixteen winners, figures backed up by an LSP return of twenty-three points.

Ayr Gold Cup scheduled for 3.30: David Nicholls has saddled four winners during the last decade against Kevin Ryan’s pair of winners during the study period.  Four-year-olds lead the five-year-olds 4-3 via the last eight contests.  The ten winners were returned at odds ranging between 11/1 and 33/1 with no successful market leaders recorded.  Eight of the eleven favourites secured toteplacepot positions.  Six of the last seven winners have carried a minimum burden of 9-2.

‘Draw details’ (six furlongs)

12-16-9-15 (26 ran-soft)

17-24-8-11 (26 ran-good)

15-6-9-3 (26 ran-good)

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20-21-26-11 (27 ran-heavy)

22-6-9-18 (28 ran-good to soft)

6-16-9-26 (23 ran-good to soft)

2-4-27-3 (27 ran-good)

8-16-18-20 (24 ran-soft)

10-14-6-1 (26 ran-good)

16-10-15-18 (28 ran-good)



General stats: Jo Hughes raiders are invariably worth a second glance given her 2/4 strike rate, which is improved to 1/1 via her one juvenile raider to date.



General stats: The 5/15 ratio enjoyed by Patrick Chamings at Newbury is worth reporting, as is his fifteen points of level stake profit at the venue in recent years.



General stats: Andrew Balding and Ralph Beckett have produced an aggregate of two hundred and thirty-five points of level stake profits during the last five years via their combined total of twenty-eight winners at the venue.



General stats: Gerard Butler’s 23% strike rate via eighteen winners has produced an LSP figure of thirty-two points of level stake profits at Dunstall Park.

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