Daily Stat Pack

Daily Stat Pack, 7th August 2013

Daily Stat Pack

Daily Stat Pack

WEDNESDAY 07/08:

Brighton:

BRIGHTON DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Brighton: 65

Favourite stats: 28 (43.1%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/13 (46.1%)

Leading trainers of winners at Brighton in 2013:

3/5--David Simcock (5/2-9/4-6/4**)

3/5--Saeed Bin Suroor (Evs*-6/4-11/4)

3/6--Pat Phelan (8/1-2/1*-11/10*)

62/65 (95.4%) winners were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Eleven different trainers have saddled two beaten favourites so far

 

Newcastle:

NEWCASTLE (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Newcastle: 74

Favourite stats: 22 (29.7% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/8 (42.8%)

Trainers of winners at Newcastle in 2013:

5/12--David Barron (3/1*-9/1-7/2-8/1-5/4*)

5/26--Michael Dods (25/1-12/1-7/2**-2/1*-5/1)

5/42--Richard Fahey (8/1-11/4-16/1-14/1-10/11*)

4/27--Tracy Waggott (9/1-12/1-6/1-4/1)

3/14--Alan Swinbank (5/2**-9/2-7/2)

3/30--Brian Ellison (4/1-5/2*-15/2)

3/29--David O'Meara (5/1-Evs*-10/3)

2/2--Ed Walker (13/8**)

67/74 winners (90.5%) to date were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

6--David O'Meara (5/2-3/1-5/4-9/4-11/4-9/5)

3--Ruth Carr (7/2-5/2-4/1)

3--Richard Fahey (7/4-7/4-5/2)

3--William Haggas (8/13-11/8-7/2)

3--Kevin Ryan (8/13-5/2**-7/2**)

3--Alan Swinbank (6/4-7/2-6/5)

3--Saeed Bin Suroor (5/4-15/2**-10/3)

3--Roger Varian (2/1-6/5-15/8)

 

Pontefract:

PONTEFRACT DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Pontefract: 66

Favourite stats: 22 (33.3%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/9 (66.7%)

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Leading trainers at Pontefract in 2013 (includes one dead heat scenario):

5/26--Mark Johnston (2/1*-15/2-3/1-10/11*-11/10*)

5/33--Richard Fahey (11/4-9/2*-17/2-13/8-8/1)

4/8--Sir Michael Stoute (5/1-1/5*-7/2-11/8**)

4/15--Paul Midgley (9/1-6/1-16/1-7/1)

3/7--David Barron (13/8*-10/3*-7/4*)

62/67 winners (92.5%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

7--Richard Fahey (11/4-10/3-7/2-15/8-3/1-4/7-5/2)

3--Luca Cumani (2/1-2/1-11/10)

3--Mick Easterby (3/1-5/2-2/1)

3--Brian Ellison (10/3-3/1**7/2**)

3--Mark Johnston (7/4-5/2**-7/4)

2.00: Ten of the eighteen market leaders have reached the frame via thirteen renewals (five winners) thus far.

2.30: Favourite backers go into battle with confidence on a high as eight of the last ten renewals have been won by market leaders of one description or another. Going back further in time, ten favourites have won during the last fifteen years, with eleven gold medallists having been returned at odds of 11/4 or less.

3.30: Six of the last ten winners have carried weights of 9-4 or more. Five favourites have won during the study period, though just three of the other thirteen market leaders secured additional toteplacepot positions.

4.00: Nine of the last fourteen winners have carried weights of 9-0 or more, which effectively reduces the field down to six from eight if you are a number cruncher like yours truly. Six-year-olds have won six of the last fifteen renewals of this sprint event. Two clear market leaders and another joint favourite have scored during the last sixteen years, whilst nine of the nineteen market leaders have finished in the frame.

4.30: Six and seven-year-olds have (equally) shared four of the five renewals to date during which time, all five winners have carried a minimum burden of 8-12. Four renewals have slipped by since the last market leader obliged which was lone the two 7/2 joint favourites in the inaugural event back in 2008.

5.00: Seven of the eight winners to date have carried 8-10 or more whilst we still await the first successful favourite, the (each way) winners to date having ranged between 5/1 and 16/1 thus far.

 

Yarmouth:

YARMOUTH DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Yarmouth 113

Favourite stats: 44 (38.9%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 15/21 (71.4%)

Leading trainers at Yarmouth (flat) in 2013 (Includes one dead heat scenario):

6/10--Richard Fahey (8/1-9/4-11/8*-11/4-7/2*-10/3)

5/26--Julia Feilden (8/1-9/1-9/4-10/1-7/2)

4/6--Jeremy Noseda (11/4*-9/2-3/10*-4/1)

4/7--William Haggas (11/8*-11/10*-1/4*-4/6*)

4/15--Rae Guest (8/1-10/3-8/15*-11/8*)

4/17--Chris Wall (9/4-9/4**-7/1-11/8*)

4/23--Phil McEntee (12/1-6/1-11/4*-6/1)

102/114 (89.4%) returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten trainers:

4--Chris Wall (4/1-15/8-11/10-7/4)

3--Michael Bell (2/1-6/4-6/4)

3--Tony Carroll (9/2-4/5-85/40)

3--Anthony Carson (2/1-5/2-7/4)

3--Mark Johnston (5/2-7/4-15/8)

 

Kempton:

Don’t forget the ‘Ralph Beckett’ factor mentioned in despatches for this venue on Tuesday, albeit Saeed Bin Suroor’s magnificent five-year figures (69 winners/33% strike rate/LSP: 36 points) at the Sunbury circuit should always be uppermost in your mind when Kempton stage their meetings.

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