Well I Declare: 7th March 2013

Well I Declare: 7th March

Well I Declare: 7th March




Number of races at Carlisle: 12

Favourite stats: 3 (25.0%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/4


Trainers of winners at Carlisle in 2013:

1–Neil Alexander (9/2)

1–Maurice Barnes (12/1)

1–Tony Coyle (13/2)

1–Brian Ellison (11/4)

1–Chris Grant (5/2)

1–Philip Kirby (22/1)

1–Barry Murtagh (11/2)

1–Jonjo O’Neill (9/2)

1–Dianne Sayer (16/1)

1–Nicky Richards (1/8*)

1–Tim Vaughan (8/11*)

1–Venetia Williams (15/8*)

9/12 winners scored at odds of 13/2 or less


Trainers of beaten favourites:

3–Lucinda Russell (3/1**-5/2-6/4)

1–George Charlton (3/1**)

1–Chris Grant (4/1***)

1–Tom Gretton (7/2)

1–Malcolm Jefferson (9/4)

1–Charlie Longsdon (Evs)

1–Donald McCain (4/9)

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1–Noel Kelly (4/9)

1–John Norton (4/1***)

1–Sue Smith (4/1***)


‘Hands and Heels’ event scheduled for 2.10: Four of the five winners have carried a minimum burden of 11-3 whilst just one (11/4) market leader has prevailed thus far.

Two and a half mile novice hurdle event scheduled for 3.15: Six-year-olds have won six of the last seven contests during which time, two market leaders have obliged alongside two joint favourites.  All eight winners have carried weights of 11-2 or more.

Three and a quarter mile handicap chase event scheduled for 3.45: Sue Smith has won three of the last five races in which she was represented and the trainer‘s only option earlier in the week was Camden George.  Only two favourites have scored via nine renewals, with the other winners ranging in odds between 7/2 and 25/1.  Three of the last four winners were returned at 25/1–12/1–12/1.

Class 4 two mile handicap chase scheduled for 4.50: Eight-year-olds have secured three of the last five contests whilst two favourites have won via nine renewals.  Six of the last eight winners carried a minimum burden of 10-13.

Bumper event scheduled for 5.20: Five-year-olds come to the gig on a four timer on this occasion, vintage representatives have secured six of the eight renewals to date.  Just two favourites have won during the last six years during which time, the other winners scored at 50/1–40/1–13/2–6/1.




Number of races at Wincanton: 31

Favourite stats: 11 (35.5%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/5 (80.0%)


Trainers of winners at Wincanton in 2013:

6–Paul Nicholls (6/1-1/3*-17/2-3/1-Evs*-2/1)

3–Tom George (6/1-11/5*-2/1*)

3–David Pipe (5/6*-10/1-4/1**)

2–Colin Tizzard (4/1 & 11/4**)

2–Nigel Twiston-Davies (11/4* & 12/1)

1–Bob Buckler (10/3)

1–R.B. Chanin (6/1)

1–Harry Fry (3/1)

1–Nick Lampard (9/2)

1–Michael Miller (16/1)

1–Neil Mulholland (7/2)

1–Seamus Mullins (3/1)

1–Jonjo O’Neill (1/5*)

1–Brendan Powell (14/1)

1–Richard Price (10/1)

1–Andy Turnell (2/1)

1–Tim Vaughan (4/1)

1–Nick Williams (11/2)

1–Venetia Williams (1/2*)

1–Richard Woollacott (11/4*)

28/31 winners started at 10/1 or less.


Trainers of beaten favourites:

6–Paul Nicholls (5/2-5/6-3/1-7/2-11/8-9/4)

5–David Pipe (7/2-7/2**-13/8-6/5-11/4**)

2–Karen George (4/1** & 6/4)

2–Philip Hobbs (Evs & 11/10)

2–Colin Tizzard (5/2** & 7/2**)

1–Vic Dartnell (5/6)

1–Hugo Froud (7/4)

1–Tom George (13/8)

1–Nicky Henderson (6/5)

1–S. Rea (5/1)

1–Tim Vaughan (5/2**)

1–Nick Williams (7/4)



Alan Bailey continues to dominate the stats board at Southwell as his 25% strike rate (twenty one winners) has produced one hundred and thirty one points of level stake profits.  Alan held two entries for Thursday’s card at the time of writing.



Andrea Atzeni has booked rides at Dunstall Park this week, the popular rider boasting an LSP reading of eight five points via fifty six winners during his short career.

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