Stat of the Day, 28th May 2016

Friday’s Result :

8.40 Musselburgh : Qaffaal @ 11/4 BOG WON at 2/1 (In touch, headway over 2f out, ridden to lead inside final furlong, ran on to beat his 14/1 stable mate by a length, securing a 27.5/1 forecast for Mick Easterby in the process.)

Saturday’s pick goes in the…

4.00 Chester :

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Heir To A Throne at 5/1 BOG


Rated as high as 83 already and in consistently good form despite winning, his four consecutive runner-up finishes are clearly the best form on show here today. His latest run, at Beverley 18 days ago, saw him come within a neck of breaking his duck. An interesting development from that race is that the third placed horse, Haraz, was a length and a quarter further back, but improved to also get within a length of winning on Friday night, so if the form holds out…

That conjecture aside, what we do know is that his trainer, Kevin Ryan, has found Chester to be a happy hunting gorund over the last half dozen years, but more particularly since the start of the 2014 season. He may well have only sent 33 runners here in that time, but 8 winners (24.2% SR) and 26.4pts (+80% ROI) profit are numbers worth taking notice of, especially under today’s race conditions, where those horses are…

  • 8/26 (30.8% SR) for 33.4pts (+128.5% ROI) as 2 to 5 yr olds
  • 7/23 (30.4% SR) for 34.2pts (+148.7% ROI) 16 to 60 days since their last run
  • 6/18 (33.3% SR) for 32.53pts (+180.7% ROI) carrying 8-09 to 9-04 inclusive
  • 7/17 (41.2% SR) for 40.2pts (+236.5% ROI) at odds of 3/1 to 9/1
  • 5/15 (33.3% SR) for 25.2pts (+168.1% ROI) at Class 4
  • 4/10 (40% SR) for 20.77pts (+207.7% ROI) in non-handicaps
  • 3/10 (30% SR) for 13.35pts (+133.5% ROI) under jockey Shane Gray
  • 3/8 (37.5% SR) for 17pts (+212.8% ROI) in maidens
  • 4/7 (57.1% SR) for 18.53pts (+264.7% ROI) from those with a top 2 finish LTO

Also, in additon to the above… 3-5 yr olds, racing over 7f to 8.5f on the Flat, 6 to 30 days after finishing 2nd or 3rd and were also placed in the first three in the two races prior to that run (ie 3 x top 3 in a row, but lost LTO) are 171/756 (22.6% SR) for 212.2pts (+28.1% ROI), broken down with today’s race in mind, as follows…

  • 3yr olds are 126/552 (22.8% SR) for 21.6pts (+38.3% ROI)
  • those finishing 2nd LTO are 106/423 (25.1% SR) for 159.1pts (+37.6% ROI)
  • in non-handicap contests : 55/173 (31.8% SR) for 186.2pts (+107.6% ROI)
  • in maidens : 27/62 (43.6% SR) for 12.3pts (+19.8% ROI)
  • those beaten by a neck or less LTO are 17/55 (30.9% SR) for 51.5pts (+93.7% ROI)
  • and here at Chester : 5/16 (31.25% SR) for 14.1pts (+88.1% ROI)

AND, from the above… 3 yr olds in non-hcps, who were runners-up LTO are 28/74 (37.8% SR) for 141.9pts (+191.7% ROI), of which maiden races produced 18 winners from 35 (51.4% SR) for 15.6pts (+44.6% ROI) and those beaten by a neck or less are 11/25 (44% SR) for 42.43pts (+169.7% ROI), leading to…

…3yr olds in maidens, beaten into 2nd place by less than 1 length last time out are 13 from 17 (76.5% SR) for 17.5pts (+102.9% ROI)

…so the call today is…a 1pt win bet on Heir To A Throne at 5/1 BOG which was available in several places at 6.50 pm, but to see what your preferred firm is offering, simply…

…click here for the betting on the 4.00 Chester

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