Well I Declare: 26th October

Well I Declare: 26th October

Well I Declare: 26th October

The weekend starts right here and I’m hoping to refresh your memory about Mal Boyle’s preview of today’s racing from Doncaster, Fakenham, Newbury, Newcastle and Wolverhampton on…

…FRIDAY 26/10:


General stats: David Lanigan’s 6/15 record on Town Moor stands out from the crowd, whilst Roger Varian’s horse continue to run well at the venue.

Seven furlong juvenile maiden scheduled for 2.10: Favourites have secured five of the last six renewals with the other winner being returned at just 3/1.

Juvenile event for fillies scheduled for 2.40: Only two of the last eleven market leaders have posted successes during which time, a 100/1 winner was returned back in 2003.

Nursery event scheduled for 3.15: The last nine winners have carried weights of 9-3 or less, whilst three of the last four winners scored at 33/1-16/1-11/1.

Class 2 six furlong handicap scheduled for 3.50: We still await the first winning favourite following five renewals, whilst four-year-olds have secured three victories.  The winners thus far have been returned at 16/1-14/1-12/1-8/1-7/1.

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Fourteen and a half furlong handicap scheduled for 4.25: Three-year-olds have won eight of the last nine contests, statistics which include the last seven gold medallists.  Six renewals have passed by since a successful favourite was recorded, winners scoring at 33/1-20/1-20/1-8/1-15/2-7/1.



General stats: Barry Geraghty’s 7/12 figures at Fakenham withstand close inspection, with Richard Johnston’s 17/42 ratio also catching the eye.

Two mile five furlong novice chase scheduled for 2.30: Only two of the six favourites has finished in the fame (no winners) to date.

Class 4 two-mile handicap hurdle scheduled for 3.05: Six-year-olds have secured five of the last nine contests, whilst three of the last four market leaders have prevailed.

Class 3 handicap chase scheduled for 3.40: Only one of the last eight favourites has prevailed.



General stats: Ron Hodges deserves a mention in despatches for his 6/16 ratio at Newbury, statistics which have yielded a level stake profit of nearly nineteen points.



General stats: Karen McLintock held one option on the card at the time of writing and with 3/6 figures as the track, Nodforms Violet might be worth supporting if taking up his entry in the scheduled 1.30 event.



General stats: Roger Varian held just one entry at Wolverhampton this week where he boasts a 38% strike rate.  Panettone is scheduled to run in the 6.20 event at the time of writing. 

Nine and a half furlong maiden event scheduled for 8.20: Three-year-olds have won five of the six renewals to date, with a 100/1 five-year-old scoring on the other occasion.  Favourites come to this year’s gig on a four timer.

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