Race of the Day – 24 Feb

Race of the Day - 18:45 Wolverhampton

This is a five furlong dash on the all weather at Wolverhampton, and it's a 0-65 handicap.

It Must Be Faith is at the top of the handicap, and the joint favourite is also well clear on the Speed Ratings, with a mark of 80. His trainer Mick Appleby, and jockey Ali Rawlinson are both in excellent form, and when looking at the Trainer Jockey Combo Stats report, it highlights how good. Over the past 30 days they have had 27 runners together, with which they've had nine winners (33.33%) and 13 places (48.15%) for level stakes profits of 32.54 and 37.34 respectively.

There is not too much to write home about on the Instant Expert report, with lots of red sections for the majority of the runners.

Roaring Glory has the only section of green, and also has four sections of amber. He definitely looks the best suited by the race conditions here today, and he has had two wins from four runs at Wolverhampton. He is six pounds higher than for his last win, but in what appears a wide open race, he looks to have reasonable prospects of at least a place, so 7/1 appears a good price on that.

Leaders here over this distance have a very good record, as could be expected as they are racing over the minimum trip.

David's Beauty and Give Us A Belle are both usually very quickly away and pushed to the front, so it appears likely that it will be between those two for the early lead. David's Beauty appears to be drawn a little better of the two (as low numbers are preferred), so may have a slight advantage for the early lead.

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Give Us A Belle is eight years old now, and she has raced here at Wolverhampton an amazing 34 times. She has a brilliantly consistent record when running here, with six wins (17.65%) and a super 18 places (52.94%) for level stakes profits of 8.25 and 29.38 respectively.

 

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Race of the Day – 23 Feb

Race of the Day - 19:30 Wolverhampton

It's a claiming stakes on the all weather at Wolverhampton for today's Race of the Day, being run over nine furlongs. There is just a small field of six, but it does look quite competitive between at least four of them.

The current favourite is Retrieve, who has Adam Kirby on board. Kirby has been in very good form over the past month, and he also has excellent course form. He is renowned for excelling on the all weather tracks, and his record here over the last year is 36 winners (26.09%) and 71 places (51.45%) from 138 runners, for level stakes profits of 6.29 and 0.49 respectively.

Marco Botti, who trains Regarde Moi, has a superb record here at Wolverhampton with his runners. For the last five years he's had 80 winners and 184 places from 393 runners, producing level stakes profits of 16.40 and 21.74.

The Instant Expert report is free to all users for every race on a Thursday, and here it highlights how well suited Marshgate Lane is by today's racing conditions. He has a nice full line of green, and from quite a good sample of races as well. He clearly likes racing at the course as he is 2/4 when running here, so I expect a very bold showing from him today.

From looking at the Pace tab we can see that leaders here over this distance do have the best record, but it isn't by a big margin. Just over 15% of them go on to win the race, and with such a small field, it perhaps shouldn't have a huge bearing on your selection.

Regarde Moi and Modernism are both usually very handy in their races, and look likely to be the two to battle it out for the lead early on. It will be interesting to see how much pace their is in the race given the field size, and it could turn into quite a tactical affair.

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Race of the Day – 22 Feb

Race of the Day - 15:45 Doncaster

This is a veterans' handicap chase over three miles at Doncaster, and with good ground, this looks like it could be a decent race.

Saint Are is at the top of the weights, and his trainer and jockey have both been in really good recent form. Trainer Tom George is very capable of getting his horses ready to race after a break, his record with horses that haven't run for 60+ days is 28 winners (18.67%) and 66 places (44%) from 150 runners, and these have returned level stakes profits of 29.56 and 42.53 respectively.

Blue Kascade is right at the bottom of the handicap, and is further aided by McDonald's seven pound claim. Interestingly, he is at the top of the Speed Ratings with a mark of 155.

When looking at the Instant Expert tab, none of the runners look particularly better suited to today's race than any of the others.

Samingarry has green sections for going and distance and is just two pounds lower than for his last victory. He is the outsider of the field at 16/1, but in this wide open race may prove to be value at that price as he looks to have an each way chance.

Court By Surprise is a full 11 pounds lower than his last winning mark, so if he can replicate any of his old top form, he could be an interesting player.

The Pace tab shows that leaders here over this distance have a very good record. They have a win rate of 25.74% for level stakes profits of 57.30, which gives the impression that it can be quite a tough course to come from behind, and easy for front runner to bowl along.

Killala Quay and Blue Cascade are both genuine front runners who look the most likely to be battling it out for early supremacy. With the two of them wanting to be in front, this could make it quite a fast pace for the distance, however if they do take each other on, they could quite easily burn each other out leaving the rest to pass them when it matters.

The Trainer Statistics report is free to all users on a Wednesday, and it shows what a wonderful record Nicky Henderson has here at Doncaster. Over the past five years, he's had 40 winners (37.38%) and 64 places (59.81%) from 107 runners, for level stakes profits of 45.15 and 45.80 respectively. He runs Ericht here today, who is currently the joint favourite at around 5/1, and he's been in fairly consistent form of late.

 

 

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Race of the Day – 21 Feb

Race of the Day - 15:10 Southwell

This is a 0-75 seven furlong handicap on the all weather at Southwell, and with 13 runners, it is a wide open affair.

Alpha Tauri, trained by Charles Smith, has been running consistently of late, and is the highest on the Speed Ratings. Jockey Ben Robinson is a seven pound claimer, but he's had success here at Southwell in the past. Over the past year he's had two winners and five places from ten runners, giving him level stakes profits of 41.00 and 49.51 respectively.

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Two runners in this race appear on The Shortlist today, Essenaitch and Custard The Dragon.

Essenaitch looks the best with a score of 11, having three sections of green and two of amber. He is currently priced at around 12/1, therefore is definitely worth a closer look, as there is potentially some each way value in his odds.

The Instant Expert tab furthers the case for Essenaitch, as there aren't too many others that have more than one section of green.

Ticks The Boxes has two sections of green and one of amber, however he is a full ten pounds higher than for his last victory so will need to be right at the top of his game to figure here today.

Runners that manage to get a early lead here over this distance have an excellent record, with 22.75% of them going on to win the race. This has produced a level stakes profit of 255.41 from a large sample, so there is definitely a bias here and it looks a tough course to come from behind.

Vroom, Boot And Spurs and Essenaitch all look likely to be right up with the pace as they are usually very handy. It looks most likely to be between them for the early lead from looking at the Pace tab, going on their last four outings.

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Race of the Day – 20 Feb

Race of the Day - 16:00 Lingfield

The ground is riding heavy at Lingfield today, so this handicap chase over three miles and four furlongs is going to test the stamina to the absolute limits.

Amberjam is chasing a four timer and is the current favourite at around 9/2. This is just his third run since transferring to Oliver Sherwood, and he showed admirable stamina to stay on just enough in the very heavy going at Uttoxeter when winning last time out. The distance appears to be within his capabilities as he ran well over just a furlong shorter at Fontwell on soft going.

When looking at the Instant Expert tab on the 'Place' setting, Krackatoa King comes out really well. The Kayf Tara gelding has four sections of green and one of amber, therefore he looks to have a great chance of making the frame at the very least.

On the 'Win' setting there isn't really any one horse that particularly stands out. A few have the odd section of green and amber, but nothing has more than that. This helps to show what an open race it is, and finding the winner is looking tough.

There have been very few runs here over this distance to draw any kind of conclusion from the respective running styles.

Coolking is a confirmed front runner, and looks certain to be right at the head of affairs early on. Delgany Demon, Amberjam and Arbeo are all usually quite handy as well, therefore there may be quite a reasonable pace given the long distance of the race.

This feels like a really hard race to pick apart and not one that I will be having a bet in. However, if you are going to get involved I would definitely make sure you look towards the real mud larks who stay at least this far.

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Race of the Day – 17 Feb

Race of the Day - 18:45 Wolverhampton

Just the eight runners currently go to post for this 14 furlong 0-75 handicap on the all weather surface at Wolverhampton.

Lewis Edmunds, who rides Yasir here today, is a useful looking jockey and has a five pound claim which can come in very handy. He has been in excellent current form with six winners (20.69%) and 14 places (48.28%) from 29 runners, for level stakes profits of 5.00 and 4.43. He also has good course form and is 4/12 for 5.33 points.

Vosne Romanee stands out on the Instant Expert tab, as he has three sections of green and one of amber. He is two wins from two races here at Wolverhampton, and although he is eight pounds higher than for his last victory, he appears to have a live chance.

From looking at the Pace tab we can see that prominent horses have the best record, with 13.67% of them going on to win the race. Interestingly, leaders have the worst record, with just 7.01% of them winning, for a level stakes loss of 159.83.

Consortium is usually quite handy in his races, and along with Marshall Lad appear the most likely to be taking them along.

Fast Play and Yasir are definite hold up horses, and this style of running isn't too far behind prominent horses for the win and place ratio.

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Race of the Day – 16 Feb

Race of the Day - 19:00 Chelmsford

The evening racing at Chelmsford is the venue for Race of the Day, and a 0-85 handicap run over two miles on the all weather course here.

Cavalieri is at the bottom of the handicap, but interestingly he is rated highest on the Speed Ratings with a mark of 101, and is quite well clear of the second highest. His jockey, Kevin Stott, has a very good record at this course. Over the past year he's had four winners (36.36%) and five places (45.45%) from 11 runners, for level stakes profits of 16.75 and 16.44 respectively.

When looking at the Full Form tab for the Dr Newland trained Duke Street, we can see that racing over two miles is about the optimum trip for him. He's won three races on the flat and one over hurdles at this distance, and is definitely a runner to take a closer look at.

The Instant Expert tab is free to all users for every single race on a Thursday, and it is Duke Street that really stands out. He has four sections of green and one of amber, showing that if he runs his race, he should be in the mix towards the end. This is his first race on the flat for a while, and he is rated 20 pounds higher than for his last flat victory, however he did finish third from this mark this time last year over course and distance.

Midtech Star also looks quite useful on this report, as he has two sections of green and two of amber. He is also just the three pounds higher than for his last victory, so looks to be in with a shout of making the frame.

From looking at the Pace tab we can see that the further back in the field you are early on, the better chance you have of winning the race. Horses that are held up have won over 17% of the time, and have actually yielded a level stakes profit.

Luv U Whatever and Chartbreaker look the most likely to be leading early on, with a few of these runners seeming like hold up horses, based on their last four runs.

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Race of the Day – 15 Feb

Race of the Day - 16:30 Wolverhampton

This is a really good looking 0-105 handicap over two miles on the all weather at Newcastle, with prize money to the winner of almost £12k.

Byron Flyer is the current favourite at 7/2 and his trainer Ian Williams has been is useful form of late. He has spent quite a bit of his career so far racing over hurdles, and has a useful enough mark there of 133. He is an interesting proposition back on the flat and if on song, will take a lot of beating.

Gang Warfare is at the top of the weights, but he looks good on the Instant Expert report. He's got four sections of green and just the one of red, showing that he relishes today's conditions, and he is also just the one pound higher than for his last win, therefore looks to be in with a shout today. He is priced around 9/1, which looks to potentially represent a nice bit of value.

Byron Flyer also has four sections of green, and having never run here at Wolverhampton before, one section of grey. He is rated seven pounds higher than when winning at Lingfield last time out, however, although that was in a lower class of race, he did it very easily and looks sure to go close again.

As can be expected for a race of this distance, there is quite an even spread of winners between the running styles. Although it should be noted that front runners do have the worst record, with prominent horses doing the best, as nearly 14% of them go on to win.

Isharah is chasing a four timer for Mark Johnston and looks the most likely to be leading them along based on the Pace tab. He has been raised a further five pounds for his latest win so it remains to be seen whether he can continue to defy such hikes in the weights.

The Trainer Statistics report is free to all users on a Wednesday. It shows us that Ian Williams is in tremendous form at present, with 11 winners (23.40%) and 19 places (40.43%) from his last 47 runners, for level stakes profits of 39.18 and 34.08 respectively. He runs Byron Flyer here today, who I think has an excellent chance.

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Race of the Day – 14 Feb

Race of the Day - 14:40 Newcastle

A classified stakes over ten furlongs on the all weather at Newcastle, is today's Race of the Day.

Ian Williams, who runs Gabrial The Terror, has been in excellent form over the past month, as can be seen from the green 30 below his name. If you click on the black trainer icon below the horses name, you can view this in more detail. He's had 11 winners (23.91%) and 19 places (41.30%) for level stakes profits of 40.18 and 36.08 respectively, proving his is very profitable to follow currently. Paul Hanagan takes the ride, and his form has been useful recently as well, whilst he also boasts very good course form.

It is interesting to note that Genres has a far higher Speed Rating than anything else in the field. He has a mark of 101, with the next closest being on 78.

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Roman De Brut makes The Shortlist on the 'place' setting, with a perfect score of 15. At a price of 8/1, he definitely appears to be worth a closer look.

Looking at the Instant Expert tab, we can see confirmation of the impressive line of green for Roman De Brut. He is five pounds higher than for his last win, therefore a bold showing looks well within his capabilities.

When switched to the 'win' setting, Taopix looks good. He has two sections of green and three of amber, showing his is pretty consistent in these conditions. He was a winner last time out running on well over 12 furlongs, so he will need to be sharp back over this shorter trip.

Horses that are help up off the pace have the best record here over this distance. There isn't a huge sample of races to go on when looking at the pace tab, but they have won 11.49% of the time.

It is quite tricky to ascertain who is going to make the running, as although both Hydrant and Muqarred have the highest pace score, they were both slowly away last time out.

Gabrial The Terror looks certain to be held up by Paul Hanagan, where he will look to bide his time and try and pick them all off when he gets the opportunity.

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Race of the Day – 13 Feb

Race of the Day - 15:50 Wolverhampton

This is a good quality handicap over nine furlongs on the all weather at Wolverhampton, for horses rated up to 105.

Sennockian Star is rated miles clear on the Speed Ratings, with a mark of 112. The next closest is Perfect Cracker on 80, so a huge difference. His trainer Mark Johnston has quite a useful record here at Wolverhampton as well.

Adam Kirby, who rides Perfect Cracker, has a fantastic record on the all weather courses and is always among the winners. Over the past year when riding here he's had 36 winners (26.09%) and 72 places (52.17%) for level stakes profits of 4.29 and 5.29.

Winterlude stands out clearly on the Instant Expert report, as he has a full line of green and is clearly very well suited by the racing conditions here today. He is also just two pounds higher than for his last victory, so a big run is expected and he looks a value play at his current price of 13/2.

When looking at the pace tab, although front runners do have the best record, it is not as large a bias as in some cases with a win record of a little over 15% for early leaders and producing a large level stakes loss.

There doesn't appear to be a real confirmed front runner, so there is the potential for this race to have quite a slow pace early on, and for there to be a mad dash for the winning post from around two furlongs out. However, Sennockian Star is definitely comfortable over a longer distance, so he may well try and make it a good test.

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Race of the Day – 10 Feb

Race of the Day - 16:05 Southwell

This is the marathon distance of two miles on the all weather at Southwell, in what is quite an intriguing race.

Start Seven is the current 11/8 favourite and is chasing a four timer, which included an easy win here last time out over 14 furlongs. He shapes as if he will get the extra two furlongs here today easily enough, but he does have a nine pound rise in the weights to contend with.

Fern Owl is the other short priced runner in the field, at 13/8, and he is another who is hit with a nine pounds hike in the weights. He won very easily over course and distance last time out and seems to thrive over two miles.

La Estrella is now 14 years old and hasn't run for over 400 days, but as he is coming out to race again it can be assumed that he is showing decent enough form at home. He has a remarkable line of green on the Instant Expert tab, from a very large sample of races. He is also just the two pounds higher than for his last victory, therefore if the old sparkle is still there, he could provide an upset.

As could reasonably be expected over this distance, the Pace tab isn't conclusive at all. It has little relevance on the running style of a particular horse you fancy, as the winners are evenly spread across the four styles.

Horse For Courses is the report that is free to all users on a Friday, and today it shows that La Estrella has a quite incredible record here at Southwell. He's had 14 wins and from 17 races (82.35%) for a level stakes profit of 12.01. It is far from certain that he will still be able to retain his old ability, but it will be fascinating to see.

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Race of the Day – 9 Feb

Race of the Day - 20:30 Chelmsford

This is a 0-70 handicap over a mile on the all weather course at Chelmsford, and with quite a large field it is a wide open race.

Captain Courageous is the current favourite at around 10/3, and this Canford Cliffs gelding has a trainer and jockey who are both in very good form. He has been running consistently without getting his head in front, and there is a slight worry that his handicap mark is high enough to prevent him from doing so again.

Zorba The Greek is ridden by Callum Sheppard, and he has an excellent record here at Chelmsford. Over the last year he's had six winners (20%) and 10 places (33.33%) for level stakes profits of 22.33 and 18.91 respectively. He is also at the top of the Speed Ratings, with a score of 68.

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Saleh has easily the best showing in this race, with four sections of green and one of grey, having not run at the course before. He clearly thrives in today's conditions and with Adam Kirby booked for the ride again, looks to have every chance of going close, even with the five pound rise in the weights off the back of his latest victory at Kempton.

The favourite captain Courageous, has a full line of red, further highlighting the doubts about whether he can win.

Early leaders have a very good record here over this distance, with almost 21% of them winning the race, for a level stakes profit of 73.44.

Keystone and Saleh look the most likely to be fighting it out for the lead, and it would be no surprise to see a typical Kirby ride and strike for home from a few furlongs out.

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Race of the Day – 8 Feb

Race of the Day - 17:10 Chelmsford

We head to the all weather at Chelmsford for Race of the Day, and a seven furlong handicap for those rated 0-60.

It's a very open looking race with Whaleweigh Station the current favourite at 3/1. Oisin Murphy takes the ride and he has been in excellent form over the last 30 days, he also has a very good course record too. He actually has a level stakes profit of 29.75 from 30 rides over the last year here at Chelmsford, which is a super return.

The Instant Expert tab shows that very few of the runners are suited by today's race conditions, with hardly any green to be seen.

All Or Nothin comes out best here, with two sections of green and one of amber. He is also just the two pounds heavier than for his last win, so at 9/1 may represent a little bit of each way value in a wide open race.

Leaders and prominent horses have easily the best record here over this distance, with 19.09% of leaders and 13.54% of prominent runners going on to win their races, for level stakes profits of 1.70 and 26.53 respectively. This shows that it is definitely preferable to be towards the head of proceedings early on.

All Or Nothin and Hipz are both usually away very quickly and look the most likely to be leading them early doors. They are also drawn right next to each other in stalls four and five, therefore may push each other along out the gate.

Trainer Statistics is the free report for all users on a Wednesday, and today it shows what an incredibly good record John Butler has here at Chelmsford. He's had six winners and ten places from his last 29 runners, for level stakes profits of 90.80 and 109.05 respectively. Adam Kirby is booked for the ride on Siege Of Boston in this one, which is usually a fair tip in itself, for somebody who generally gets his pick of the runners in races such as this.

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Race of the Day – 7 Feb

Race of the Day - 16:40 Newcastle

This is a one and a half mile handicap on the all weather surface at Newcastle, with just the six runners.

Genres is the short priced favourite at a current 13/8 and was a good course and distance winner last time out. Joe Fanning takes the ride today, and he has be in very good form of late, being placed in almost half of his races over the last two weeks.

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Major Rowan is the outsider of the six, but he has a score of ten on The Shortlist, with three sections of green and one of amber. His one grey section is for Class, as this is quite a step up for him.

High On Light is the other runner on there, with four sections of green and one of red. Again, her poor section is for the class, although she was second last time out over course and distance in a 0-75 handicap, and is just the one pound higher here today. A repeat of that performance would surely see her go close.

The Instant Expert tab highlights the good showing for both Major Rowan and High On Light, but it accentuates the task on hand for Major Rowan, as he is now 13 pounds higher than his previous winning mark.

Genres has been raised six pounds for latest course and distance win, however if he is rediscovering his old form that may not be enough to stop him. He was rated as much as 18 pounds higher than is current mark as a three year old.

Runners that are held up have the best record here over this distance, as can be seen from the Pace tab. Over 12% of them have gone on to win the race, for a level stakes profit of 31.33 from 129 runners.

Both Major Rowan and Genres definitely like to be held up, and it appears they are likely to be at the rear again today with the other four runners all quite handy usually in their races.

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Race of the Day – 6 Feb

Race of the Day - 14:50 Wolverhampton

This is a reasonable looking handicap over nine furlongs on the all weather at Wolverhampton, and it looks a very tricky contest to decipher.

Every Chance and A L'anglaise are both making their handicap debuts today, which can be seen by the blue 'HC1 next the their names. Every Chance is trained by Jamie Osborne, and by clicking on the HC1 it can seen that he has quite a useful record with handicap debutants. He's had three winners and six places from his last 21 runners, for level stakes profits of 6.75 and 4.06. Osborne has also been in very good recent form, where over the last 30 days he is 11/48 for 13.55 points.

Every Chance and Tangramm both show up really well on the Instant Expert tab.

Every Chance has four sections of green, albeit not from a large sample of runs, and a section of grey, not having run in this class today due to it being his handicap debut.

Tangramm has three sections of green and one of amber, these being from quite a good amount of runs. He is nicely suited by the conditions here today, enough to have made The Shortlist. He is also just three pounds higher than for his previous victory, so I expect a bold showing from him.

From looking at the pace tab we can see that leaders here over this distance do have the best record, but it isn't enough to pin your hopes solely on a front runner. A little over 15% of leaders have gone on to win their race, for a large level stakes loss.

Count Montecristo is a confirmed front runner and looks almost certain to go straight to the head of affairs and try to dictate proceedings.

There looks to be a slight advantage from being drawn towards the centre, when looking at the draw tab. However, this isn't a massive advantage and if a horse I liked the look of, was drawn on the outside, it wouldn't particularly put me off.

All in all this is a very tricky race, and one I wouldn't want to be getting too heavily involved with.

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