Trainer Stats: 23rd July 2013

907-saeed-bin-suroorAndy Newton’s got six flat trainers that have their horses in tip-top form to look for this week…….

 

SAEED BIN SUROOR (7 winners from their last 18 runners, 39% strike-rate): The boys in blue are flying at present and along with their recent tally of winners they’ve also had a bundle of placed runners too - they are now sitting on 58 victories for the season. That’s also from just 241 runners (24%), while a stonking 61% of their runners this term have finished in the top 4. They’ve also had 20 juvenile winners from their 67 sent to post so the future is also looking rosy at one of the biggest training operations in the land. We can expect plenty of runners heading to Ascot later in the week, but if there is one word of caution at the Berkshire track it’s that they are just 4 from 74 (5%) with their 4+year-olds there.
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DAVID SIMCOCK (4 winners from their last 7 runners, 57% strike-rate): Two weekend winners from their only runners followed a double up at Catterick last midweek and with 54 successes for the term now are ticking along very nicely indeed. 68 last season was their best tally since starting in 2004, so they are more than on track to continue their rise up the training ranks and make this their best-ever campaign. They’ve had just the one 2 year-old winner so far in 2013, while with plenty of entries at Brighton later in the week then look out for these – they’ve got a 35% record at the seaside track.
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JAMES TATE (4 winners from their last 8 runners, 50% strike-rate): This is just their third full season in operation , but with 32 winners already in 2013 even if they fail to bag another winner this will be their best-ever campaign. They do have some leading owners backing them, and it’s easy to see why as they are clearly another of the newer and younger stables that are quickly making a name for themselves. Look for the money in the market too as all of their last 4 runners to be sent off favourite have gone in. The future looks good to as they’ve sent out 10 juvenile winners too from just 46 runners (22%). They have a lot of AW runners, but of the four AW tracks Southwell (39%) and Wolverhampton (24%) are the two courses to look out for their runners at.
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MARK JOHNSTON (10 winners from their last 32 runners, 32% strike-rate): As we all know the Johnston yard have bundles of runners most days so it’s not advisable to be backing all their runners blind. As we head towards the end of July they are sitting on 127 winners already, but will need to keep the momentum up if they want to get near the 215 they managed in 2013. A massive 82 of their 127 winners have been with their 3 year-olds, so take that into account, and so far they’ve sent out 19 juvenile winners. Looking ahead to this week’s big Ascot meeting they are clearly heading there in cracking form, but be a tiny bit wary of their older horses – they are just 5 from 94 (5%) with their 4+year-olds at the Berkshire track.
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JEREMY NOSEDA (6 winners from their last 14 runners, 43% strike-rate): This ‘steady-eddie’ yard look like having one of their normal consistent seasons with 29 successes so far. They generally get between 50-60 winners, and, again, look on target to do so once more. They actually only had 121 runners so with their 29 winners that’s a 24% strike-rate, but they will be hoping to land a few more big-race winners as so far they’ve only banked (well, I say only) £205k in total prize money. Of their 7 juvenile runners they had 2 winners, so not a bad return on that front, but the bulk of their winners have been with their 3 year-olds. Look at their track stats as there are plenty of courses they do very well at, but if there is a word of caution with this week’s Ascot card in mind it’s the fact they are just 3 from 80 there in the last 5 seasons.
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PAUL COLE (4 winners from his last 10 runners, 40% strike-rate): Clearly this former Derby-winning yard are not the force they once were, and with just 16 winners in 2012 that was their worst finish for some time. The bettered that last week and are now on 17 winners for the season, but more importantly for punters they are showing a nice +£20 level stakes profit this year. A bit like some of the other yards mentioned they look to have a decent future as they’ve sent out 7 juvenile winners from just 28 runners (25%).
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All Stats Correct 22nd July 2013

 

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