DONCASTER (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013:
Number of races at Doncaster: 16
Favourite stats: 6 (37.5%–includes joint and co favourites)
Odds on ratio:1/1
Trainers of two or more winners at Doncaster in 2013:
4/20–Richard Fahey (14/1-11/2-7/2-4/1**)
12/16 winners scored at odds of 8/1 or less
Trainers of beaten trainers:
3–John Gosden (2/1-13/2-2/1)
2–John Quinn (2/1 & 6/1)
Class 2 six furlong handicap due to be contested at 3.30: Four and five-y7ear-olds have (equally) shared the eight renewals to date during which time, two 5/1 favourites have scored alongside winners returned at 66/1-40/1-33/1-16/1-16/1-6/1.
Class 4 handicap over ten and a half furlongs scheduled for 4.05: Seven of the eleven each way/toteplacepot positions have been secured by horses carrying nine stones or more, statistics which include three (6/1-3/1-7/4*) of the four winners. The other gold medallist (carrying 8-6) was returned at 12/1.
Nigel Twiston-Davies leads the potentially represented trainers at the course with twenty three winners during the last five years, gold medallists which have amassed forty points of level stake profit for Nigel during the period.
UTTOXETER NH DETAILS FOR 2013:
Number of races at Uttoxeter: 14
Favourite stats: 6 (42.8%–includes joint and co favourites)
Odds on ratio: None to date
Trainers of winners at Uttoxeter in 2013:
2–Nigel Twiston-Davies (85/40 & 9/4*)
11/14 winners were returned at odds of 6/1 or less
Trainers of beaten favourites:
2–Donald McCain (3/1 & 2/1)
James Fanshawe was due to have his first runners out since January on Saturday at the time of writing, with Miss Dashwood being his only potential runner at this meeting, Villoresi having been booked in at Doncaster. James boasts a 24% strike rate (via thirty nine winners in recent years) at the Sunbury circuit which is backed up by an LSP reading of seventy points.
Juvenile event scheduled for 1.35: Richard Hannon (9/4* & 7/2**) and David Evans (12/1 twice) have both saddled two winners during the seven renewals to date. Richard held four entries earlier in the week against David’s lone entry. Two clear market leaders have won alongside Richard’s success joint favourite in 2010.
Four-year-olds lead the five year-olds 7-2 via the last nine renewals of the Listed ‘Snowdrop’ event due to be contested at 3.15. Seven of the last eight winners have scored at odds of 7/1 or less during which time, three market leaders prevailed.
Four and five-year-olds have (equally) shared six of the seven renewals of the London Mile Qualifier (handicap) on the card which is scheduled for 3.50. The last five winners have carried a minimum burden of nine stones.
Queen’s Prize (5.00): Four-year-olds have won five contests during the last decade during which time, four favourites have obliged.