Friday’s pick was…
7.15 Newcastle : Watheer @ 3/1 BOG 5th at 5/1 (Prominent, driven to challenge over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on until no extra and lost place towards finish and beaten by two lengths)
Saturday’s pick runs in the…
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Charlie D @ 10/3 BOG
…in a 7-runner, Class 4, A/W Handicap for 4yo+ over 1m6f on Fibresand worth £5,208 to the winner…
This 5yr old gelding has won 6 of 20 (30% SR) so far, an impressive return that includes the following under today’s conditions…
- 5/17 in handicaps
- 5/16 wearing a tongue tie
- 5/15 in cheekpieces
- 5/13 at 6-25 dslr
- 5/8 at 9/4 to 4/1
- 3/11 at 1m6f and beyond
- 3/10 in fields of 1-7 runners
- and 2/9 under today’s jockey, Richard Kingscote…
…whilst he is 3 from 4 (75% SR) for 9.5pts (+237.2%) when sent off at 9/4 to 4/1 wearing both cheekpieces and a tongue tie in handicaps after a rest of 6-25 days. All are at 1m6f and beyond, including 2/2 in fields of 1 to 7 and 1 from 2 for Richard Kingscote.
The trainer (Tom Dascombe) / jockey partnership is a well worn farrow stat-wise, so I won’t go there today, so let’s find some other angles to back up the selection.
The sire, Animal Kingdom‘s offspring are 14 from 42 (33.3% SR) for 294.5pts (+701.3% ROI) on the Flat/AW beyond 1m3f, including of note today…
- 13/35 (37.1%) for pts (+25.7%) in handicaps
- 12/20 (60%) for 22.5pts (+112.5%) at Evens to 4/1
- 11/29 (37.9%) for 4.71pts (+16.3%) in 3-8 runner contests
- 10/26 (38.5%) for 299.9pts (+1153.4%) within 25 days of their last run
- 7/22 (31.8%) for 3.01pts (+13.7%) at 1m6f and beyond
- and 6/24 (25%) for 291.7pts (+1215.3%) from males…
..whilst those sent off at Evens to 4/1 in 3-8 runner handicaps after a break of 1-25 days are 7 from 10 (70% SR) for 13.06pts (+130.6% ROI).
And now back to the trainer, Tom Dascombe, whose record here at Southwell over the last six years is excellent at 12 wins from 43 (27.9% SR) and profits of 60.3pts represent a 140.2% return on stakes.
Despite only having less than 50 runners here in six years, there are still a whole host of profitable/relevant angles at play today, so here are “just” a dozen ways of how he got those 12 winners…
- Males : 12/41 (29.3%) for 62.3pts (+151.9%)
- 3-7 yr olds : 11/29 (37.9%) for 51.9pts (+179.1%)
- Handicappers : 9/34 (26.5%) for 55.4pts (+163%)
- His only runner here on the day : 9/27 (33.3%) for 56.8pts (+210.4%)
- Those who raced in the previous 30 days : 9/27 (33.3%) for 48.3pts (+178.7%)
- During Feb-April : 9/22 (40.9%) for 53.3pts (+242.1%)
- In fields of 7-9 runners : 8/19 (42.1%) for 47.7pts (+250.9%)
- With his only runner all day : 7/20 (35%) for 28.9pts (+145%)
- At 7/4 to 5/1 : 7/18 (38.9%) for 13.9pts (+77.2%)
- Under Richard Kingscote : 6/24 (25%) for 26.1pts (+108.6%)
- In cheekpieces : 3/11 (27.3%) for 7.54pts (+68.6%)
- And those with just 1 previous run in the preceding 90 days are 3/9 (33.3%) for 22.8pts (+253.5%)…
…giving us…a 1pt win bet on Charlie D @ 10/3 BOG as was quite widely available at 8.45am Saturday, but as always please check your BOG status. To see what your preferred bookie is quoting…
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P.S. all P/L returns quoted in the stats above are to Betfair SP, as I NEVER bet to ISP and neither should you. I always use BOG bookies for SotD, wherever possible, but I use BFSP for the stats as it is the nearest approximation I can give, so I actually expect to beat the returns I use to support my picks. If that’s unclear, please ask!