Daily Stat Pack: 20th March 2013

Daily Stat Pack: 20th March

Daily Stat Pack: 20th March

It’s a busy day of racing today and here’s a quick reminder on Mal Boyle’s thoughts on the action scheduled for Haydock, Newcastle, Warwick and Kempton on…




Number of races at Haydock: 7

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

Odds on ratio: None to date


Trainers of winners at Haydock in 2013:

1–Micky Hammond (10/1)

1–Martin Keighley (7/2)

1–Alan King (15/8*)

1–Donald McCain (9/1)

1–Gary Moore (9/2*)

1–John O’Shea (9/4*)

1–Sue Smith (4/1)


Trainers of beaten favourites:

1–Tim Easterby (2/1**)

1–Alan King (10/3)

1–Emma Lavelle (2/1**)

1–Colin Tizzard (15/8)

1–Venetia Williams (5/4)

Two and a half mile handicap hurdle scheduled for 2.40: Six-year-olds lead the five-year-olds 3-2 via the last five renewals.  Three of the six contests have been secured by market leaders, whilst the last four winners carried a minimum weight of 10-13.

Class 3 handicap hurdle over two miles scheduled for 3.45: Five-year-olds won the first three renewals before a vintage representative finished second in a short field contest twelve months ago.  Last year’s two vintage representatives finished out of the frame.  Only one favourite has prevailed to date via five renewals during which time, four gold medallists were sent off at odds of 7/2 or less.

Two and a half mile ‘Fixed Brush’ event scheduled for 4.55: Donald McCain has saddled all four winners to date (2/5*-4/9*-9/4-5/2 )with the trainer holding four options for this year’s event at the time of writing.




Number of races at Newcastle: 21

Favourite stats: 9 (42.8%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/3


Trainers of winners at Newcastle in 2013:

4–Neil Alexander (1/2*-7/2-6/1-11/2)

3–J. Wade (6/5*-15/8*-5/2*)

2–Lucinda Russell (3/1 & 14/1)

1–Jenny Candlish (11/10*)

1–Tristram Davidson (7/1)

1–James Ewart (6/4*)

1–Joanne Foster (6/1)

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1–Tom Gretton (9/2)

1–Ann Hamilton (3/1)

1–Donald McCain (7/2)

1–David Pipe (8/11*)

1–Keith Reveley (5/2)

1–Nicky Richards (6/4*)

1–Sharon Watt (Evs*)

1–Alistair Whillans (11/2)

20/21 winners scored at odds of 7/1 or less


Trainers of beaten favourites:

2–James Ewart (2/1 & 5/2)

2–Chris Grant (7/2 & 4/1)

2–Donald McCain (11/4 & 10/11)

1–Tom George (5/2**)

1–Malcolm Jefferson (5/2**)

1–John Norton (11/4)

1–David O’Meara (13/8)

1–Lucinda Russell (9/4)

1–Martin Todhunter (9/4)

1–Donald Whillans (5/2)




Number of races at Warwick: 29

Favourite stats: 12 (41.4%–includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/6


Trainers of winners at Warwick in 2013:

2–Tom George (11/2 & 2/1)

2–Alan King (Evs* & 3/1**)

2–David Pipe (1/2* & 7/4*)

2–Nicky Henderson (7/4* & 9/4*)

2–Nigel Twiston-Davies (5/1 & 1/2*)

1–Mrs F. Browne (3/10*)

1–D. Burchell (9/1)

1–Jennie Candlish (15/2)

1–Tony Carroll (11/4**)

1–Henry Daly (9/4*)

1–S. Flook (5/1)

1–Karen George (4/1*)

1–Warren Greatrex (12/1)

1–Philip Hobbs (11/2)

1–Anthony Honeyball (4/6*)

1–Charlie Longsdon (12/1)

1–Robin Mathew (5/1)

1–Pat Murphy (7/1)

1–Paul Nicholls (7/4)

1–Jonjo O’Neill (7/1)

1–John Ryan (10/1)

1–Colin Tizzard (14/1)

1–Robert Walford (6/1)

1–Venetia Williams (5/1)

26/29 gold medallists were returned at odds of 10/1 or less


Trainers of beaten favourites:

3–Tom George (4/1-10/11-3/1)

2–Philip Hobbs (11/4 & 3/1**)

2–Jonjo O’Neill (10/3 & 3/1)

2–Venetia Williams (7/2 & 6/4)

1–Andrew Balding (2/1)

1–Anthony Honeyball (3/1)

1–Martin Keighley (7/2)

1–Emma Lavelle (6/5)

1–Charlie Longsdon (7/2)

1–Paul Nicholls (11/10)

1–David Pipe (10/3)

1–Nigel Twiston-Davies (3/1)

1–Venetia Williams (11/4**)

1–P. York (4/5)

Two mile five furlong maiden hurdle scheduled for 2.20: Six-year-olds have won five of the seven renewals to date with five-year-olds securing the other two contests thus far.  Four favourites have obliged whilst the biggest priced winner to score was returned at 9/1.

Class 4 two-mile novice hurdle scheduled for 2.55: Four and five-year-olds have (equally) shared the last six renewals.  The six favourites to have run date (the marker leader was withdrawn at the start in 2011) have snared four gold and two silver medals, whilst six of the seven winners were returned at odds of 9/4 or less.

Three mile five furlong handicap chase due to be contested at 3.25: Five of the last six winners have carried weights of 11-4 or more. Nine of the last eleven jollies have been beaten (includes four pairs of joint favourites), albeit three market leaders have finished in the money during the period.

Two mile five furlong handicap hurdle due to be contested at 4.35: Six-year-olds lead the five-year-olds 5-2 via just the seven contests to date.  Favourites have secured five renewals, whilst the market leader comes to this year’s gig on a four timer.



Neil Callan forfeited a top contract last week but supporters at Kempton will not hear a word said against the pilot who has amassed an LSP reading of over one hundred points at the Sunbury circuit during the last five years via seventy-two winners.


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