The Trainer Snippets report shows that Charlie Fellowes has an excellent record with horses he inherits from other stables. From his last 15 such runners, he has managed four winners (26.67%) and ten places (66.67%), for level stakes profits of 17.40 and 28.96 respectively and an Impact Value of 2.97.
He runs Light Laughter on the all-weather at Lingfield for the first time today in a seven-furlong handicap and is currently priced at 9/2.
Light Laughter looked potentially quite useful in two runs at Curragh as a two-year-old but ran just twice more as a three-year-old at Dundalk where he was disappointing.
He has his first run in England from a mark of 72 and if Fellowes can get anything from him then this has the potential to be a lenient mark.
As well as having a decent record with horses he inherits, Fellowes is also adept a getting a horse ready after a break. His record with runners that have been off the track for 60+ days is 11 winners (23.40%) and 26 places (55.32%) from 47 runners, for level stakes profits of 54.39 and 79.58 respectively and an Impact Value of 2.48.
His record in handicaps is also just short of 4% better than his overall strike rate.
Stevie Donohoe has a good record when riding here at Lingfield and has also been in useful for recently. Over the past 30 days, he’s had nine winners (18.75%) and 19 places (39.58%) from 48 runners, for level stakes profits of 40.88 and 42.01 respectively and an Impact Value of 1.65.
The Pace report shows that early leaders here over this distance have an excellent record, with 22% of them going on to win the race, for level stakes profits of 232.01 and an Impact Value of 2.23.
Dear Bruin and Light Laughter have the highest pace scores and being drawn near to each other in stalls seven and five, it looks likely that the early leader will be on of them.
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