Well I Declare : 16th March 2013

Well I Declare: 16th March

Well I Declare: 16th March

Some of you might be needing a bit of a rest after four exhilarating days of top-class racing from Cheltenham, bu tfor those of us still needing their Saturday racing fix, here’s the detail of the action scheduled for…

…SATURDAY 16/03:

Ffos Las:


Number of races at Ffos Las: 14

Favourite stats: 3 (21.4%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/3


Trainers of winners at Ffos Las in 2013:

3–Rebecca Curtis (11/2-4/1-16/1)

2–Evan Williams (7/1 & 7/2)

1–Kim Bailey (4/1)

1–S.L. Bevan (5/1)

1–Tom George (3/1**)

1–Nicky Henderson (4/9*)

1–B. Llewellyn (66/1)

1–Neil Mullholland (3/1**)

1–Jonjo O’Neill (9/2)

1–David Pipe (3/1)

1–Nick Williams (4/1)

12/14 winners were sent off at odds of 7/1 or less


Trainers of beaten favourites:

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1–Kim Bailey (5/6)

1–Michael Blake (9/4)

1–Peter Bowen (11/4**)

1–Keiran Burke (7/2)

1–Rebecca Curtis (11/4)

1–Jackie Du Plessis (9/4)

1–David Evans (3/1**)

1–John Flint (5/4)

1–Sue Gardner (7/2)

1–Debra Hamer (3/1**)

1–Jonjo O’Neill (11/8)

1–Charlie Longsdon (5/4)

1–Paul Nicholls (4/6*)

1–Michael Scudamore (11/4**)



Latest stats from the ‘ton up riders club’ at Kempton during the last five years: Jim Crowley: 127/863–Luke Morris: 119/966–Adam Kirby: 107/732



Joe Fanning remains the jockey to keep an eye on when riding down south at Lingfield, Joe having ridden seventy-eight winners which have amassed the same number of points regarding Joe’s level stake profits at the venue in recent times.




Number of races at Uttoxeter: 7

Favourite stats: 3 (42.8%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: None to date


Trainers of winners at Uttoxeter in 2013:

1–Dai Burchell (16/1)

1–Tony Carroll (12/1)

1–Rebecca Curtis (Evs*)

1–Linda Siddall (16/1)

1–Harry Whittington (Evs*)

1–Evan Williams (15/8*)

1–Nick Williams (11/4)


Trainers of beaten favourites:

1–Kim Bailey (5/2)

1–Henry Day (4/1)

1–Anthony Middleton (7/2)

1–Tom Symonds (5/4)

Nine of the last ten winners of the Midlands Grand National (scheduled to be contested at 3.20) have carried weights of 10-9 or less.  Just one favourite has prevailed during the study period.

Three mile novice handicap chase scheduled for 3.55: Seven-year-olds lead the eight-year-olds 5-3 via the last ten contests.  Seven renewals have slipped by since a winning favourite was registered.



Favourites in non handicap events at Dunstall Park accounted for 43% of victories in non handicap events during the last five years, the ratio dropping to just 31% in races in which the handicapper had written the terms and conditions of the relevant races.

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