Race of the Day – 28 Jul

Race of the Day – 16:15 Uttoxeter

Jennie Candlish has a super record with Last Time Out Winners, as shown here by the Trainer Snippets report. She has a strike rate of better than one in four and gets these runners placed over 62% of the time, both returning very nice level stakes profits.

The Impact Value for these runners is 1.41, meaning that she is nearly one and a half times more likely than average to have the winner.

When looking at the race card and expanding the trainer form, we can see that her record with Last Time Out winners is nearly twice that of her overall record.

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Her runner here today is Bridane Rebel, and she is making her handicap debut in what looks a wide open race, even though there are just the five runners.

A look at the Full Form filter shows that Bridane Rebel has only had the four runs under rules to date, with the victory last time out being here only one. She takes quite a step up in distance today (from two to two and a half miles), however, when looking at her breeding this offer some encouragement.

I am hoping that the victory here at Uttoxeter has seen her learn plenty, and the more positive ride from David Noonan will be repeated with Sean Quinlan back on board today.

The Instant Expert report shows that Bridane Rebel is fairly well suited to today’s conditions, albeit from a limited amount of runs. She is the only runner in this to have raced around Uttoxeter, something which could work in her favour.

The Dan Skelton trained Miss Spent is the only other runner that looks well suited to today’s race, and it should be noted that Skelton has an excellent record with horses he inherits from other stables.

This is an extremely trappy race in which my liking of Bridane Rebel is based mainly on the respective trainer form and her liking for the course.

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