Weekly Stat Pack

Weekly Stat Pack: 18th to 24th June

Weekly Stat Pack: 18th to 24th June

Weekly Stat Pack: 18th to 24th June

Royal Ascot rules supreme again, a meeting which seemingly comes around quicker every year though alas, without the presence of Sir Henry Cecil on this occasion.  With five of her twelve runners having won already however, Lady Cecil can carry on the great name to winning effect.

Don’t forget to check the daily stat pack from Wednesday onwards when updated statistics from the previous day will be available.

The following stats are based on last year’s results at the meeting which some readers might like to take into account.

30 Races (total of 31 market leaders):

11 winning favourites (10 in 2011 via 32 favourites)

Three of the five odds on market leaders won (2/3 in 2011), with Aidan O’Brien saddling the two losers in 2012.


Average price of the six winners on each day (via percentages):

Tuesday: 3/1 (One successful favourite)

Wednesday: 5/1 (Two successful market leaders)

Thursday: 13/2 (One winning favourite)

Friday: 4/1 (Three market leaders won)

Saturday: 5/2 (Four favourites prevailed)

Average priced winner during the entire week: 4/1 (same as in 2011)

 

Trainers who saddled two winners or more in 2012:

5--John Gosden (12/1-11/1-11/2*-3/1*-7/4*--saddled two winners in 2011)

2--Aidan O’Brien (20/1 & 4/5*--saddled four winners in 2011)

2--Sir Henry Cecil (9/2 & 1/10*)

2--Willie Mullins (8/1 & 11/4*)

2--Sir Michael Stoute (3/1* twice)

2--Saeed Bin Suroor (6/1 & 9/2)

 

Doubles/trebles on the day:

Tuesday: None

Wednesday: Aidan O’Brien (36/1 double)

Thursday: None

Friday: John Gosden: (142/1 treble--47/1 double on the Friday in 2011)

Saturday: None

 

Trainers who saddled at least two beaten favourites during the week:

4--Aidan O’Brien (same as in 2011)

2--Mick Channon

 

Top jockey last year?

Ryan Moore and William Buick both rode five winners, though Ryan won the award via the count-back of placed horses.

It’s worth noting that Ryan has ridden sixteen winners during the last four years, impressive stats which are backed up by no less than forty three mounts which have finished ‘in the three‘!  If you need convincing, his figure of finishing in the first three on forty three occasions during the last four years puts Ryan twenty clear of his nearest challenger!

 

Juvenile sector last year (6 races):

Winning trainers:

1/1--Clive Cox (4/1)

1/1--John Gosden (7/4*)

1/1--Saeed Bin Suroor (9/2)

1/3--Jim Bolger (7/2)

1/4--Tom Dascombe (20/1--also saddled a 25/1 placed horse)

1/6--Kevin Ryan (9/2)

 

Trainers of beaten two-year-old favourites:

Mick Channon (4/1 & 11/4)

Jim Bolger (2/1)

Richard Hannon (3/1)

David Wachman (5/1)

 

Day by day facts and figures for your perusal:

TUESDAY 18/06:

Royal Ascot:

ASCOT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ascot: 18

Favourite stats: 3 (16.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/1

Trainers of winners at Ascot in 2013:

3/12--Richard Hannon (7/1-7/2-5/2)

2/3--Clive Brittain (8/1 & 7/2)

2/6--Mark Johnston (6/1 & 11/4*)

1/1--Paul Cole (11/1)

1/1--Roger Varian (11/4)

1/1--Ian Williams (13/2)

1/2--Mrs K Burke (8/1)

1/2--Ed Dunlop (9/1)

1/3--Jeremy Gask (14/1)

1/3--George Margarson (25/1)

1/3--Luca Cumani (10/3*)

1/3--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1*)

1/4--Sir Henry Cecil (20/1)

1/7--John Gosden (9/4)

11/12 winners were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Richard Hannon (10/11-3/1-2/1)

2--John Gosden (4/1 & 5/2)

1--Ralph Beckett (7/1)

1--Michael Bell (10/3)

1--Sir Henry Cecil (11/4)

1--David Elsworth (11/8)

1--William Haggas (11/8)

1--David Lanigan (7/4)

1--Mark Johnston (7/2

1--Hughie Morrison (5/2)

1--David O'Meara (5/1)

1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/2)

Last year’s toteplacepot dividend on Tuesday: £872.90

Average toteplacepot dividend for Tuesday over the last 11 years: £1457.49

2.30: Queen Anne Stakes: Four-year-olds have won twelve of the last fifteen renewals, although five-year-olds have won three of the last six contests. Three favourites have scored in the last fifteen years, whilst seven market leaders claimed toteplacepot positions in the process.

3.05: King’s Stand Stakes: Seven of the last ten renewals have been won by overseas raiders, whilst five-year-olds come to the gig having won two of the last four contests. Two of the last six favourites have won, whilst nine of the last twenty market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions going back further in time.

3.45: St James’s Palace Stakes: Aidan O’Brien has won six of the last thirteen renewals of the feature race on day one of the royal meeting, whilst it should not be forgotten that his 20/1 representative Zoffany made Frankel pull out all the stops two years ago.  Aidan’s runners this time around are Magician, Mars and George Vancouver.  Market leaders have won nine of the last fourteen contests, whilst the biggest priced winner during the last fourteen years was a 9/1 chance (twelve months ago).  Eleven of the sixteen favourites have secured toteplacepot positions during the study period.

4.25: Coventry Stakes: Aidan O’Brien has won six of the last fifteen renewals of the Coventry Stakes, whilst six clear favourites and two joint market leaders have won this event during the study period.  Twelve of the eighteen market leaders claimed toteplacepot positions in the process.  Aidan saddles Stubbs, War Command and Sir John Hawkins on this occasion. Richard Hannon has saddled two of the last four winners, with Championship, Thunder Strike and Wahaab representing the stable this time around.

Starting prices stats in the last ten years:
7/1 or less: Nine winners—-6 placed—-21 unplaced (41.7% win or placed)
15/2 or more: One winner—-14 placed-—120 unplaced (11.1%)
28/1 or more: No winners-—4 placed—-63 unplaced (6%)

5.00: Ascot Stakes: Bookmakers might need a ‘result’ by the time this race comes around and with four of the last nine winners having scored at 33/1--25/1--20/1--20/1, the layers have every hope of retrieving any losses which they have incurred during the afternoon.  Four and five-year-olds towards the top of the weight fit positive trends, whilst six of the sixteen favourites have claimed toteplacepot positions during the last fourteen years (one winner).  Although nine winners during the study period were returned in double figures, only two extreme outsiders (given the nature of the contest--25/1 or more) have prevailed.  Five of the last six winners were saddled by trainers who are better known for their successes under the NH code (Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson, David Pipe, Paul Webber and Suzy Smith).

5.35: ‘Windsor Castle‘:  Mick Channon has saddled winners at 14/1 & 5/2 and placed runners returned at 25/1--12/1--10/1--3/1 via a total of 14 raiders in recent years.  Bungleinthejungle (frustratingly for this columnist) finished fourth at 16/1 twelve months ago when beaten a neck for third place. Mick has opted for Finflash to be his representative this year.  Three favourites have won during the last sixteen years, whilst seven of the fifteen market leaders (favourite was withdrawn shortly before the start in 1999) claimed toteplacepot positions.
Starting price stats in the last ten years:
3/1 or less: 3 winners—-2 placed—-2 unplaced (71.4% win or placed)
Horses ranging between 7/2 & 15/2: 1 winner--2 placed—27 unplaced (10%)
8/1 or more: 6 winners—-16 placed-—127 unplaced (14.8%)

 

Brighton:

BRIGHTON DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Brighton: 29

Favourite stats: 17 (58.6%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/4 (75.0%)

Leading trainers of winners at Brighton in 2013:

2/3--Tom Dascombe (7/4 & 4/7*)

2/4--Pat Phelan (8/1 & 11/10*)

1/1--Jo Crowley (6/5*)

1/1--Jo Hughes (3/1**)

1/1--Ed McMahon (6/4**)

1/1--William Muir (3/1)

1/1--Amanda Perrett (8/13*)

1/1--Sir Mark Prescott (3/1)

1/1--John Ryan (9/2)

1/1--Saeed Bin Suroor (Evs*)

1/1--James Tate (5/4*)

1/1--Mark Usher (Evs*)

1/1--Roger Varian (6/4*)

1/1--Eric Wheeler (20/1)

27/29 (93.1%) winners were returned at odds of 8/1 or less

No trainer has saddled more than one beaten favourite at Brighton this year

 

Thirsk:

THIRSK (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Thirsk: 38

Favourite stats: 12 (31.6% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/2

Leading trainers of winners at Thirsk in 2013:

4/21--David O'Meara (4/1*-13/8*-11/4*-6/5*)

3/6--Tracy Waggott (18/1-11/2-16/1)

3/21--Ruth Carr (9/2*-16/1-11/2)

3/28--Tim Easterby (7/1-7/1-4/1)

2/5--Mick Easterby (28/1 & 18/1)

2/14--David Barron (7/2** & 7/2*)

1/1--Charlie Hills (4/1)

1/1--James Turner (13/2)

32/38 winners (84.2%) scored at odds of 10/1 or less to date

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

6--David O'Meara (7/2**-9/4-2/1-3/1-2/1-5/4)

5--Kevin Ryan (4/6*-2/1**-11/2***-11/4-11/4)

2--Brian Ellison (11/4 & 3/1)

2--Richard Fahey (2/1 & 7/2**)

 

Stratford:

STRATFORD DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Stratford: 35

Favourite stats: 10 (36.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/5

Trainers of winners at Stratford in 2013:

4--Jonjo O'Neill (11/4*-7/4*-7/2-14/1)

3--Phil Middleton (10/3*-4/1-10/3)

2--John Ferguson (2/1 & 8/1)

2--Rosemary Gasson (11/2 & 7/1)

32/35 winners (91.4%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

2--Peter Bowen (15/8 & 7/4)

2--Jonjo O'Neill (9/4** & 5/2)

2--Nigel Twiston-Davies (4/1** & 7/2)

 

Kempton:

Ralph Beckett has plenty of potential runners later in the week but his only entry anywhere on Tuesday is Thwart who won over a slightly shorter trip here at Kempton last time out.  Ralph’s outstanding level stake profit at this venue stands at eighty four points during the last five years via fifty six winners at a strike rate of 22%.

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WEDNESDAY 19/06:

Royal Ascot

ASCOT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ascot: 18

Favourite stats: 3 (16.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/1

Trainers of winners at Ascot in 2013:

3/12--Richard Hannon (7/1-7/2-5/2)

2/3--Clive Brittain (8/1 & 7/2)

2/6--Mark Johnston (6/1 & 11/4*)

1/1--Paul Cole (11/1)

1/1--Roger Varian (11/4)

1/1--Ian Williams (13/2)

1/2--Mrs K Burke (8/1)

1/2--Ed Dunlop (9/1)

1/3--Jeremy Gask (14/1)

1/3--George Margarson (25/1)

1/3--Luca Cumani (10/3*)

1/3--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1*)

1/4--Sir Henry Cecil (20/1)

1/7--John Gosden (9/4)

11/12 winners were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Richard Hannon (10/11-3/1-2/1)

2--John Gosden (4/1 & 5/2)

1--Ralph Beckett (7/1)

1--Michael Bell (10/3)

1--Sir Henry Cecil (11/4)

1--David Elsworth (11/8)

1--William Haggas (11/8)

1--David Lanigan (7/4)

1--Mark Johnston (7/2

1--Hughie Morrison (5/2)

1--David O'Meara (5/1)

1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/2)

Last year’s toteplacepot dividend on Wednesday: £1326.50

Average toteplacepot dividend for Wednesday over the last 11 years: £756.06

2.30: Jersey Stakes: Nineteen of the last twenty seven available toteplacepot positions (70.4%) have been claimed by horses in single odds figures, despite that fact that favourites have a poor recent record in the contest.  The last eleven favourites have all been beaten, though six of the relevant market leaders claimed toteplacepot positions.  Aidan O’Brien claimed his second winner in the race last year with a 20/1 chance, his first gold medallist (Mozart) having been saddled back in 2001.

3.05: Duke of Cambridge Stakes (formerly the Windsor Forest Stakes):  Four-year-olds have a good record in this event, boasting sixteen horses that have claimed toteplacepot positions from the twenty seven available places to date (70.4%), statistics which include seven of the nine winners. Six of the eleven market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions to date (two winners). Sir Michael Stoute has saddled three winners already, despite not being represented in the contest on two occasions.

3.45: Prince Of Wales’s Stakes: Four and five-year-olds had won all twelve renewals since the turn of the Millennium in of one of the feature races of the entire week, before six-year-old So You Think struck gold twelve months ago.  Four-year-olds had won the previous four contests. Six of the last sixteen favourites have won, whilst twelve market leaders have reached the frame in the process.  Aidan O’Brien was winning the race for the second time in the last five years twelve months ago which makes for impressive reading, especially as Aidan was not represented in the Group 1 race on two of the other three occasions.

4.25: Royal Hunt Cup: Twelve of the last fifteen winners have carried weights of 9-1 or less, whilst five of the last seventeen market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions (one winner--four years ago).  Four-year-olds have secured five of the last six renewals.

5.00: ‘Queen Mary’: Four clear favourites and two joint market leaders have won during the last sixteen renewals, whilst twelve of the nineteen market leaders claimed toteplacepot positions during the period.

Starting prices in the last ten years:
11/2 or less: 5 winners—-7 placed—-11 unplaced (52.2% win or placed)
6/1 or more: 5 winners—-13 placed—-132 unplaced (12%)
22/1 or more: 1 winner-—3 placed-—76 unplaced (5%)

5.35: Sandringham Handicap: Eleven of the last fourteen winners (including eight of the last nine) have carried weights of 9-2 or less, whilst three clear, one joint and one co favourite have obliged of late. Thirteen of the twenty market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions during the study period.

 

Hamilton:

HAMILTON DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Hamilton: 35

Favourite stats: 10 (28.6%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/3

Leading trainers of winners at Hamilton in 2013:

5/10--Kevin Ryan (7/2-8/1-5/2-11/4*-Evs*)

5/27--Keith Dalgleish (12/1-3/1-3/1*-5/1-18/1)

3/6--David Nicholls (Evs*-11/1-11/4)

3/8--Eric Alston (6/5*-10/1-9/2)

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

3/13--Alan Berry (14/1-12/1-10/1)

3/16--Alan Swinbank (25/1-9/2-7/1)

32/35 (91.4%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

2--Eric Alston (9/4 & 7/2)

2--Keith Dalgleish (4/9 & 85/40)

2--Michael Dods (3/1* & 5/2)

2--Richard Fahey (11/8 & 9/4)

2--David Nicholls (9/4 & 9/2)

2--David O'Meara (7/4 & 10/3)

2--Bryan Smart (4/1** & 7/2)

2--Alan Swinbank (11/8 & 11/4)

 

Ripon:

RIPON DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ripon: 41

Favourite stats: 12 (29.3%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/3

Leading trainers of winners at Ripon in 2013 (includes one dead-heat):

5/11--David Barron (2/1*-16/1-5/2-7/2-11/8*)

5/18--David O'Meara (6/4*-4/1**-5/1-9/4*-9/2)

4/21--R. Fahey (13/8-9/4*-5/4*-5/2)

2/11--Mick Channon (9/2 & 10/3)

2/15--Kevin Ryan (5/2 & 16/1)

1/1--Peter Bowen (7/4*)

1/1--Tony Carroll (11/4)

1/1--Luca Cumani (6/4*)

1/1--Tom Dascombe (4/1*)

1/1--David Lanigan (11/10)

38/42 winners (90.5%) were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--Richard Fahey (5/2-4/1**-15/8-5/2**)

4--David O'Meara (7/2-7/2**-5/2**-7/2**)

2--Tim Easterby (15/8** & 11/4)

2--John Quinn (4/1*** & 15/8**)

2--Saeed Bin Suroor (7/2 & 10/11)

 

Kempton:

Despite having to handle obvious problems of late and notwithstanding Royal Ascot week, Saeed Bin Suroor has still found time to enter horses at Kempton where the trainer boasts a strike rate of 34% via sixty six winners during the last five years.  Saeed’s LSP figure of thirty seven pounds also makes for impressive reading.

 

Uttoxeter:

UTTOXETER NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Uttoxeter: 58

Favourite stats: 15 (25.8%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/4

Leading trainers of winners at Uttoxeter in 2013:

3--Dai Burchell (16/1-9/2-85/40)

3--Sue Smith (14/1-11/8*-5/1)

3--Nigel Twiston-Davies (85/40-10/3-9/4*)

2--Jim Best (4/1 & 1/2*)

2--Rebecca Curtis (Evs* & 9/2*)

2--Henry Daly (3/1 & 15/8*)

2--Donald McCain (10/1 & 3/1)

2--David Pipe (6/1 & 3/1)

2--Evan Williams (15/8* & 7/2)

2--Nick Williams (11/4 & 3/1)

48/58 winners (82.7%) were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

7--Jonjo O'Neill (2/1-Evs-6/4-5/4-7/2-5/2-6/5)

5--Donald McCain (3/1-13/8-5/2-2/1-9/4)

2--Tony Carroll (13/8 & 7/4)

2--Rebecca Curtis (11/4 & 7/4)

2--Tom George (9/2 & 2/1)

2--Nicky Henderson (13/8 & 15/8)

2--Tim Vaughan (2/1 & 7/4)

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THURSDAY 20/06:

Royal Ascot:

ASCOT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ascot: 18

Favourite stats: 3 (16.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/1

Trainers of winners at Ascot in 2013:

3/12--Richard Hannon (7/1-7/2-5/2)

2/3--Clive Brittain (8/1 & 7/2)

2/6--Mark Johnston (6/1 & 11/4*)

1/1--Paul Cole (11/1)

1/1--Roger Varian (11/4)

1/1--Ian Williams (13/2)

1/2--Mrs K Burke (8/1)

1/2--Ed Dunlop (9/1)

1/3--Jeremy Gask (14/1)

1/3--George Margarson (25/1)

1/3--Luca Cumani (10/3*)

1/3--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1*)

1/4--Sir Henry Cecil (20/1)

1/7--John Gosden (9/4)

11/12 winners were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Richard Hannon (10/11-3/1-2/1)

2--John Gosden (4/1 & 5/2)

1--Ralph Beckett (7/1)

1--Michael Bell (10/3)

1--Sir Henry Cecil (11/4)

1--David Elsworth (11/8)

1--William Haggas (11/8)

1--David Lanigan (7/4)

1--Mark Johnston (7/2

1--Hughie Morrison (5/2)

1--David O'Meara (5/1)

1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/2)

Last year’s toteplacepot dividend on Thursday: £1505.80

Average toteplacepot dividend for Thursday over the last 11 years: £936.92

2.30: Norfolk Stakes: Nine of the seventeen favourites during the last fifteen years claimed toteplacepot positions, statistics which include four winners.  Eight of the last twelve market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions.
‘First three in the betting’ in the last ten years: 8 winners—8 placed—14 unplaced
Starting prices in the last ten years:
4/1 or less: 7 winners—5 placed—7 unplaced (63.1% win or placed)
9/2 or more: 3 winners—15 placed—75 unplaced (19.3%)
25/1 or more: 1 runner in the frame (second)—36 unplaced

3.05: Ribblesdale Stakes: Just two clear winning favourites has been recorded since 1998, ’recent’ scorers having been registered at 25/1—22/1—14/1—12/1—10/1.  Thirteen of the eighteen market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions in the process.  It is interesting that Aidan O’Brien was responsible for three of the fifteen five day acceptors for the race, given that Aidan has yet to saddle the winner of the Ribblesdale Stakes.

3.45: Ascot Gold Cup: Eight market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions during the last sixteen years, statistics which include six successful favourites during the period. Aidan O’Brien has won five of the last seven contests with an 8/1 representative having been beaten a neck in 2010.  This year’s race looks to be an exceptionally weak renewal and with William Buick already jocked aboard the German raider Earl Of Tinsdal, the prize could be heading over the English Channel.

4.25: Brittania Handicap: The last nine winners of the ‘Britannia’ have carried weights of 8-10 or more.  The record of favourites in this event is plenty good enough given the competitive nature of the contest on an annual basis. Four clear market leaders have prevailed in the last sixteen years, alongside a joint market leader back in 1999.  Seven of the twenty favourites have claimed toteplacepot positions in the process.  Juvenile that were not over raced (preferably a maximum of three races) have a good record, with late developing horses particularly suited to this event.

5.00: Group 3 event--formally the ‘Hampton Court’: Four favourites has won via thirteen renewals, though the first market leader was withdrawn before a new market was able to be formed back in 2000.  All the other market leaders (aside from the winners) have finished out with the washing.

5.35: King George V Handicap:  Mark Johnston has saddled the winner of four of the last eleven renewals with the trainer holding six options at the five day stage. This was exactly same scenario which was in place last year before Mark prevailed with a 12/1 gold medallist. The last eleven winners have carried weights of 8-13 or less, whilst ten of the nineteen favourites have claimed toteplacepot positions during the last thirteen years (three winners).

 

Leicester:

LEICESTER (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Leicester: 50

Favourite stats: 24 (48.0% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/11 (54.5%)

Trainers of winners at Leicester in 2013:

4/17--Richard Hannon (11/4-2/1*-9/4*-5/2**)

3/5--David O'Meara (7/1-3/1*-7/2)

3/5--Roger Varian (5/2*-8/1-11/4*)

2/3--Roger Charlton (9/4* & 5/6*)

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

2/5--Ed Dunlop (7/4* & 4/1)

2/6--Roy Bowring (9/2 & 8/1)

2/6--Mick Channon (5/2 & 2/1*)

2/7--Charlie Hills (6/5* & 7/1)

1/1--Alison Hutchinson (13/2)

1/1--John Quinn (10/3*)

1/1--Kristin Stubbs (11/2)1

1/1--Saeed Bin Suroor (9/2)

1/1--Nigel Tinkler (9/4*)

48/50 winners (96.0%) returned at odds of 11/1 or less to date

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

2--David Lanigan (5/2 & 15/8**)

 

Ripon:

RIPON DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ripon: 41

Favourite stats: 12 (29.3%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/3

Leading trainers of winners at Ripon in 2013 (includes one dead-heat):

5/11--David Barron (2/1*-16/1-5/2-7/2-11/8*)

5/18--David O'Meara (6/4*-4/1**-5/1-9/4*-9/2)

4/21--R. Fahey (13/8-9/4*-5/4*-5/2)

2/11--Mick Channon (9/2 & 10/3)

2/15--Kevin Ryan (5/2 & 16/1)

1/1--Peter Bowen (7/4*)

1/1--Tony Carroll (11/4)

1/1--Luca Cumani (6/4*)

1/1--Tom Dascombe (4/1*)

1/1--David Lanigan (11/10)

38/42 winners (90.5%) were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--Richard Fahey (5/2-4/1**-15/8-5/2**)

4--David O'Meara (7/2-7/2**-5/2**-7/2**)

2--Tim Easterby (15/8** & 11/4)

2--John Quinn (4/1*** & 15/8**)

2--Saeed Bin Suroor (7/2 & 10/11)

 

Warwick: 

WARWICK (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Warwick: 25

Favourite stats: 9 (47.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/2

Leading trainers of winners at Warwick (flat) in 2013:

3/5--Rod Millman (9/2-15/2-7/2*)

2/9--David Evans (8/13* & 7/4*)

1/1--Tom Dascombe (8/1)

1/1--Alex Hales (20/1)

1/1--Ron Harris (6/4*)

1/1--John Jenkins (10/1)

1/1--Gay Kelleway (10/1)

1/1--Alastair Lidderdale (12/1)

1/1--George Margarson (10/1)

1/1--Tim Pitt (9/4*)

1/1--Michael Wigham (12/1)

24/25 winners (96.0%) returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

3--Richard Fahey (9/2**-3/1-7/2)

2--Tony Carroll (11/8 & 7/4)

 

Ffos Las:

FFOS LAS NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ffos Las: 77

Favourite stats: 26 (33.8%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/7 (42.8%)

Leading trainers of winners at Ffos Las in 2013:

9--Peter Bowen (3/1**-3/1-7/1-11/4*-5/1-5/2-15/8-9/4*-4/7*)

9--Rebecca Curtis (11/2-4/1-16/1-7/2-4/1-11/10*-5/2-3/1-15/8)

6--Evan Williams (7/1-7/2-9/4-20/1-5/2-9/4)

4--David Pipe (3/1-2/1-2/1**-5/1)

4--David Rees (4/1-7/1-6/1-8/1)

3--Paul Nicholls (9/4-11/10-13/8*)

3--Jonjo O'Neill (9/2-7/2-3/1)

3--Nigel Twiston Davies (5/4*-7/1-4/1)

72/78 winners (92.3%) were sent off at odds of 8/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

8--Rebecca Curtis (11/4-4/9-10/11-7/4-7/4-2/1**-11/8-11/4)

4--Peter Bowen (11/4**-9/2-7/4-11/4)

4--David Pipe (9/4-9/4-15/8-7/2)

3--Philip Hobbs (11/8-11/4-5/4)

3--Jonjo O'Neill (11/8-2/1-5/2)

3--Evan Williams (7/2-15/8**9/4)

 

Lingfield (A/W):

It will be interesting to see if Tom Dascombe confirms the five day entry of Saga Lout for the scheduled 6.10 contest, given the 1/1 Lingfield (A/W) record the Assertive gelding holds at the track.  Tom had very few runners involved aside from the main meetings this week (Royal Ascot, Newmarket and Newbury) whereby the potential declaration of his only option at Lingfield (Saga Lout) would be of interest, especially given Tom’s LSP reading of forty two points at the venue in recent years.

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FRIDAY 21/06:

Royal Ascot:

ASCOT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ascot: 18

Favourite stats: 3 (16.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/1

Trainers of winners at Ascot in 2013:

3/12--Richard Hannon (7/1-7/2-5/2)

2/3--Clive Brittain (8/1 & 7/2)

2/6--Mark Johnston (6/1 & 11/4*)

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1/1--Paul Cole (11/1)

1/1--Roger Varian (11/4)

1/1--Ian Williams (13/2)

1/2--Mrs K Burke (8/1)

1/2--Ed Dunlop (9/1)

1/3--Jeremy Gask (14/1)

1/3--George Margarson (25/1)

1/3--Luca Cumani (10/3*)

1/3--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1*)

1/4--Sir Henry Cecil (20/1)

1/7--John Gosden (9/4)

11/12 winners were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Richard Hannon (10/11-3/1-2/1)

2--John Gosden (4/1 & 5/2)

1--Ralph Beckett (7/1)

1--Michael Bell (10/3)

1--Sir Henry Cecil (11/4)

1--David Elsworth (11/8)

1--William Haggas (11/8)

1--David Lanigan (7/4)

1--Mark Johnston (7/2

1--Hughie Morrison (5/2)

1--David O'Meara (5/1)

1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/2)

Last year’s toteplacepot dividend on Friday: £257.60

Average toteplacepot dividend for Friday over the last 11 years: £760.64

2.30: Albany Stakes: Eight favourites have claimed toteplacepot positions via eleven renewals to date (three winners). Horses foaled in February or March have won the last ten renewals whilst claiming an additional twelve toteplacepot positions.
‘First three in the betting’ in the last nine years: 4 winners—-8 placed—-18 unplaced (40% strike rate from a toteplacepot perspective)

3.05: ‘King Edward VII’: The best race for favourite backers throughout the five days, with nine of the last sixteen market leaders having prevailed, with the biggest winning price recorded at 9/1 during the study period.  Four of the other seven market leaders finished out of the frame.

3.45: Coronation Stakes: The biggest priced winner during the last twelve renewals was last year’s 12/1 chance, during which time seven market leaders have won, albeit those figures include three joint favourites.  Ten of the last twenty market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions.  Sky Lantern attempts to become the fourth 1000 Guineas heroine to follow up successfully in the race during the last decade, with Ghanaati (2009), Attraction (2004) and Russian Rhythm (2003) all having prevailed in both events.  Sky Lantern is the first filly to attempt the double since Ghanaati won both races.

4.25: Wolferton Handicap: Four-year-olds have won eleven of the last thirteen renewals of this Class 1 handicap contest whilst twelve of those winners carried weights of 9-5 or less during the study period.  Seven of the last eighteen market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions, statistics which include three successful clear market leaders and one joint favourite.

5.00: Queen’s Vase (In memory of Sir Henry Cecil): Nine of the last sixteen favourites have secured toteplacepot positions, statistics which include six winners.  Fifteen of the last sixteen winners were returned at odds of 7/1 or less. Mark Johnston has secured five of the last twelve renewals (not represented last year) with the trainer holding four options earlier in the week.

5.35: Buckingham Palace Handicap: Seven of the eleven winners to date have carried weights of 8-12 or less. We still await the first winning favourite following eleven renewals. Horses have scored at 33/1--25/1--25/1--14/1--14/1--12/1--12/1--12/1--10/1--8/1--8/1, whilst just four market leaders have finished in the frame.

 

Goodwood:

GOODWOOD DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Goodwood: 46

Favourite stats: 20 (44.4%--includes joint and co favourites + 1 Non runner)

Odds on ratio: 5/6 (83.3%)

Leading trainers of winners at Goodwood in 2013:

5/15--Amanda Perrett (8/1-7/2*-5/2*-8/1-4/1*)

4/9--Sir Michael Stoute (6/4*-3/1-6/4*-4/1)

4/38--Richard Hannon (5/1-1/4*-16/1-8/15*)

2/3--Brian Ellison (10/1 & 11/2)

2/5--Michael Appleby (9/2** & 5/1)

2/5--Brian Meehan (9/4* & 11/4*)

2/7--Ralph Beckett (16/1 & 6/4*)

2/8--Sir Henry Cecil (13/8 & 8/13*)

2/11--Mark Johnston (4/1** & 9/4*)

1/1--Brett Johnson (8/1)

40/46 winners (86.9%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

3--Clive Cox (9/2-9/2**-Evs)

2--Richard Hannon (2/1 & 5/2)

2--Sir Michael Stoute (13/8 & 6/4)

 

Newmarket (July):

NEWMARKET (JULY) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Newmarket (July): 14

Favourite stats: 6 (42.8%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/1

Leading trainers of winners at Newmarket (July) in 2013:

2/3--Jeremy Noseda (9/2** & 3/1)

2/6--Andrew Balding (4/1* & 11/4)

1/1--Jonathan Portman (7/1)

13/14 winners (92.8%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

2--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1 & 10/3)

2--Saeed Bin Suroor (6/4 & 2/1)

 

Redcar:

REDCAR DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Redcar: 44

Favourite stats: 16 (36.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/4

Leading trainers of winners at Redcar in 2013 (includes one dead heat):

5/23--David O'Meara (5/1-9/4*-4/1-16/1-6/1)

3/14--Paul Midgley (9/1-9/2**-7/4*)

2/3--Sir Mark Prescott (3/1* & 8/1)

2/4--Jim Goldie (2/1 & 12/1)

2/7--David Nicholls (7/4* & 11/4)

2/8--Michael Dods (9/4* & 8/1)

2/8--John Quinn (7/2 & 7/4*)

2/9--Mark Johnston (10/3* & 6/5*)

2/11--David Barron (11/4** & 9/2)

2/17--Kevin Ryan (13/2 & 3/1*)

2/28--Tim Easterby (6/1 & 10/3*)

1/1--Mick Channon (15/8*)

1/1--Tom Keddy (10/1)

42/45 (93.3%) winners were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

3--Brian Ellison (7/2-2/1-5/4)

2--David Barron (9/4 & 9/2**)

2--Michael Bell (4/1 & 9/4)

2--Mark Johnston (4/5 & 9/4)

 

Market Rasen:

MARKET RASEN NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Market Rasen: 56

Favourite stats: 20 (35.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/8 (50.0%)

Leading trainers of winners at Market Rasen in 2013:

4--Lucy Wadham (9/4**-9/1-7/2-13/8*)

3--Brian Ellison (14/1-6/1-10/3*)

3--Charlie Longsdon (6/1-9/2-7/2)

3--Jonjo O'Neill (4/1**-15/2-11/10*)

2--John Ferguson (1/2* & 8/1)

2--Steve Gollings (3/1 & 2/1*)

2--Nick Kent (6/1 & 5/1)

2--Phil Kirby (9/2 & 4/1)

2--Ferdy Murphy (3/1 & 8/1)

49/56 winners (87.5%) were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--Jonjo O'Neill (7/2**-9/2**11/4-9/4)

3--Jennie Candlish (2/1-11/4-7/2)

3--John Ferguson (4/1**-11/10-11/4)

2--Charlie Longsdon (9/4** & 1/6)

2--Donald McCain (10/11 & 13/8)

2--David O'Meara (2/1 * 9/4**)

2--Dianne Sayer (11/10 & 11/4)

2--Sue Smith (13/8 & 3/1)

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SATURDAY 22/06:

Royal Ascot:

ASCOT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ascot: 18

Favourite stats: 3 (16.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/1

Trainers of winners at Ascot in 2013:

3/12--Richard Hannon (7/1-7/2-5/2)

2/3--Clive Brittain (8/1 & 7/2)

2/6--Mark Johnston (6/1 & 11/4*)

1/1--Paul Cole (11/1)

1/1--Roger Varian (11/4)

1/1--Ian Williams (13/2)

1/2--Mrs K Burke (8/1)

1/2--Ed Dunlop (9/1)

1/3--Jeremy Gask (14/1)

1/3--George Margarson (25/1)

1/3--Luca Cumani (10/3*)

1/3--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1*)

1/4--Sir Henry Cecil (20/1)

1/7--John Gosden (9/4)

11/12 winners were returned at odds of 9/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Richard Hannon (10/11-3/1-2/1)

2--John Gosden (4/1 & 5/2)

1--Ralph Beckett (7/1)

1--Michael Bell (10/3)

1--Sir Henry Cecil (11/4)

1--David Elsworth (11/8)

1--William Haggas (11/8)

1--David Lanigan (7/4)

1--Mark Johnston (7/2

1--Hughie Morrison (5/2)

1--David O'Meara (5/1)

1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/2)

Last year’s toteplacepot dividend on Saturday: £508.40

Average toteplacepot dividend for Saturday over the last 10 years: £496.35

2.30: Chesham Stakes: Twelve of the last fourteen contests have been won by horses starting at odds of 7/1 or less, with six successful favourites (of one description or another) having scored since the turn of the Millennium.
‘First three in the betting’ in the last nine years: 7 winners—-8 placed—-17 unplaced (46.9% strike rate from a toteplacepot perspective)
Starting prices stats in the last ten years:
7/1 or less: 9 winners—-8 placed—-17 unplaced (50% win or placed)
15/2 or more: 1 winner—-12 placed-—81 unplaced (13.8%)

Foaling stats in the last ten years:
January: 2 winners & 5 places
February: 4 winners & 2 places
March: 2 winners & 8 places
April: No winners & 5 places
May: 2 winners

3.05: Hardwick Stakes: Five favourites have obliged during the last fifteen years, whilst eleven of the last seventeen market leaders have claimed toteplacepot positions. Sir Michael Stoute has saddled four of the last seven winners of the ‘Hardwick’ and the trainer’s only option this year is Sir John Hawkwood.

3.45: Diamond Jubilee Stakes: Thirteen of the last fifteen favourites have been beaten, whilst eight of the last sixteen market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions.  Eight of the last thirteen winners had previously won or been placed in Royal Ascot events, whilst eleven of the last thirteen gold medallists had won Group or Listed events over the six furlong trip en route to success in this contest.

4.25: Wokingham Handicap: The four-year-olds represent a vintage that has snared seven victories in this contest in the last fourteen years, whilst five-year-olds have won six times during the last fifteen renewals.  Seven of the last seventeen market leaders have secured toteplacepot positions (four winners).  Five of the last six winners have carried weights of 9-2 or less, as have thirteen of the last twenty four horses to have finished in the frame.

5.00: Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap: Mark Johnston has saddled two of the last four winners and the trainer held five options at the penultimate entry stage. Eight of the last twelve winners have carried weights of 9-1 or less whilst four-year-olds have won six of the last eight contests. Nine of the last sixteen favourites have claimed toteplacepot positions (two successful market leaders).

5.35: Queen Alexandra Stakes: Nine of the last eleven winners have carried weights of 9-3 or less.  Five of the last thirteen favourites have prevailed, with another four market leaders finishing in the frame.

 

Ayr:

AYR DETAILS FOR 2013:  

Number of races at Ayr: 7

Favourite stats: 3 (48.8% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: None to date

Trainers of winners at Ayr in 2013:

3/10--Jim Goldie (8/1-13/2-10/3*)

1/1--Phil Kirby (4/1)

1/2--Eric Alston (2/1*)

1/2--Peter Niven (13/2)

1/2--David O'Meara (7/4*)

All seven winners have scored at odds of 8/1 or less

Trainers of beaten favourites:

2--Sir Mark Prescott (Evs & 15/8)

1--Jim Goldie (7/2)

1--Iain Jardine (4/1)

 

Haydock:

HAYDOCK DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Haydock: 55

Favourite stats: 18 (32.7%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/6

Leading trainers of winners at Haydock in 2013 (includes one dead heat):

4/7--John Gosden (4/6*-7/4*-7/4-8/13*)

4/25--Tom Dascombe (5/2*-13/8*-6/1-3/1)

3/9--Saeed Bin Suroor (3/1-5/6*-3/1*)

3/10--Roger Varian (9/2-15/8*-13/8*)

3/15--Richard Hannon (6/1-5/2-11/8*)

3/19--Mark Johnston (12/1-13/8*-25/1)

2/3--Michael Mullineaux (16/1 twice)

2/5--William Haggas (9/2 & 9/2*)

2/6--Ed McMahon (10/1 & 8/1)

2/6--Brian Meehan (25/1 & 11/8*)

2/6--Eric Alston (11/2 & 11/4**)

2/13--Mrs K Burke (11/2 & 6/1)

1/1--Milton Bradley (14/1)

1/1--Sir Henry Cecil (2/1*)

1/1--Roger Charlton (4/1)

1/1--Paul D'Arcy (8/1)

46/56 winners (82.1%) were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--David O'Meara (5/4-11/4-11/4-9/2***)

3--William Haggas (7/2***-4/1-9/4)

3--Kevin Ryan (7/2-9/2***-4/1)

2--Ralph Beckett (5/2 & 4/1***)

2--Tom Dascombe (4/9 & 15/8)

2--Charlie Hills (10/11 & 11/4)

2--Hughie Morrison (15/8 & 5/2)

2--Sir Michael Stoute (6/5 & 1/3)

 

Lingfield:

LINGFIELD (TURF) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Lingfield: 38

Favourite stats: 18 (47.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/5

Trainers of (turf) winners at Lingfield in 2013:

2/3--Ralph Beckett (5/4* & Evs*)

2/3--Jeremy Noseda (14/1 & 2/1)

2/5--Tony Carroll (6/1 & 6/4*)

2/5--John Jenkins (8/1 & 3/1*)

1/1--Andrew Balding (4/7*)

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

1/1--William Knight (6/4*)

1/1--Ger Lyons (4/1)

1/1--Brian Meehan (7/2)

1/1--Aidan O'Brien (4/9*)

35/38 (92.1%) winners were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

3--David Evans (11/4-11/4-9/4)

2--Sir Henry Cecil (1/3 & 7/4)

2--Richard Hannon (11/4 & 5/2)

2--Sir Michael Stoute (7/4 & 15/8)

 

Newmarket:

NEWMARKET (JULY) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Newmarket (July): 14

Favourite stats: 6 (42.8%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/1

Leading trainers of winners at Newmarket (July) in 2013:

2/3--Jeremy Noseda (9/2** & 3/1)

2/6--Andrew Balding (4/1* & 11/4)

1/1--Jonathan Portman (7/1)

13/14 winners (92.8%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

2--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1 & 10/3)

2--Saeed Bin Suroor (6/4 & 2/1)

 

Redcar:

REDCAR DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Redcar: 44

Favourite stats: 16 (36.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/4

Leading trainers of winners at Redcar in 2013 (includes one dead heat):

5/23--David O'Meara (5/1-9/4*-4/1-16/1-6/1)

3/14--Paul Midgley (9/1-9/2**-7/4*)

2/3--Sir Mark Prescott (3/1* & 8/1)

2/4--Jim Goldie (2/1 & 12/1)

2/7--David Nicholls (7/4* & 11/4)

2/8--Michael Dods (9/4* & 8/1)

2/8--John Quinn (7/2 & 7/4*)

2/9--Mark Johnston (10/3* & 6/5*)

2/11--David Barron (11/4** & 9/2)

2/17--Kevin Ryan (13/2 & 3/1*)

2/28--Tim Easterby (6/1 & 10/3*)

1/1--Mick Channon (15/8*)

1/1--Tom Keddy (10/1)

42/45 (93.3%) winners were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

3--Brian Ellison (7/2-2/1-5/4)

2--David Barron (9/4 & 9/2**)

2--Michael Bell (4/1 & 9/4)

2--Mark Johnston (4/5 & 9/4)

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SUNDAY 23/06:

Pontefract:

PONTEFRACT DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Pontefract: 32

Favourite stats: 8 (25.0%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/4

Leading trainers of winners at Pontefract in 2013:

3/4--Sir Michael Stoute (5/1-1/5*-7/2)

3/19--Richard Fahey (11/4-9/2*-17/2)

2/8--Mrs K. Burke (15/8* & 5/1)

2/9--Paul Midgley (9/1 & 7/1)

2/13--Mark Johnston (2/1* & 3/1)

1/1--Chris Fairhurst (10/1)

1/1--Richard Ford (4/1)

1/1--Rod Millman (11/4)

30/32 winners (93.7%) were returned at odds of 12/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

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

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

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

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

2--Richard Hannon (5/2** & 1/2)

 

Hexham:

HEXHAM DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Hexham: 50

Favourite stats: 23 (46.0% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/8 (75.0%)

Leading trainers of winners at Hexham in 2013:

7--Lucinda Russell (5/2*-13/8*-15/8-11/1-3/1-9/1-15/8*)

5--Sue Smith (5/1-11/4-10/3-4/1**-7/2)

3--Ferdy Murphy (5/1-6/1-15/8*)

3--Dianne Sayer (16/1-15/8*-7/2**)

2--Stuart Crawford (11/10* & 3/1)

2--James Ewart (7/2 & 9/2)

2--Martin Todhunter (10/1 & 7/2)

47/50 winners (94.0%) were returned at odds of 11/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--Sue Smith (9/2-5/1**-11/4-2/1)

3--Lucinda Russell (13/8-4/1**-5/2**)

2--Phil Kirby (5/2** & 9/4)

2--Karen McLintock (8/13 & 2/1)

2--Andrew Parker (11/10 & 11/8)

2--Tim Vaughan (7/4 twice)

 

Worcester:

WORCESTER DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Worcester: 44

Favourite stats: 16 (36.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/4

Leading trainers of winners at Worcester in 2013:

5--Jonjo O'Neill (9/1-10/11*-9/2-4/1-6/5*)

3--Peter Bowen (3/1*-13/8*-20/1)

3--Fergal O'Brien (5/1-7/4*-7/1)

3--David Pipe (3/1-4/1-Evs*)

2--Rebecca Curtis (3/1* & 2/5*)

2--Donald McCain (13/8* & 8/1)

2--Paul Nicholls (11/8* & 5/2)

37/44 winners (84.1%) were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

5--Jonjo O'Neill (6/1**-7/2-4/1**-6/4-7/4)

3--Charlie Longsdon (15/8-7/4-7/4**)

3--Donald McCain (5/4-7/4**-11/10)

2--Paul Nicholls (8/11 & 5/4)

2--David Pipe (2/1 & 2/1**)

2--Nigel Twiston-Davies (4/1 & 7/2)

 

MONDAY 24/06:

Windsor: 

WINDSOR DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Windsor: 66

Favourite stats: 28 (42.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 5/12 (41.7%)

Trainers of winners at Windsor in 2013 (includes one dead heat):

12/39--Richard Hannon (6/1-11/4*-Evs*-1/10*-9/4-8/11*-3/1*-7/4*-4/6*-4/9*-3/1-3/1)

3/7--William Haggas (15/8*-1/2*-11/4*)

3/8--Brian Meehan (17/2-4/1*-4/1)

2/3--Neil King (11/1 & 4/1)

2/5--Sir Henry Cecil (7/4 & 5/2)

2/6--Marco Botti (9/2 & 5/2**)

2/8--Jeremy Noseda (4/1* & 2/1*)

2/9--Andrew Balding (14/1 & 16/1)

2/9--William Muir (5/2 & 5/1)

2/11--Ralph Beckett (11/1 & Evs*)

2/11--Dean Ivory (9/2 & 5/2*)

2/13--Gary Moore (7/2* & 7/4*)

2/14--Clive Cox (4/1 & Evs*)

2/14--Hughie Morrison (14/1 & 7/2*)

1/1--Hugo Palmer (12/1)

1/1--Saeed Bin Suroor (7/2)

1/1--Ed Walker (11/4)

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

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

7--Richard Hannon (7/2***-8/11-7/2**-7/4-3/1-5/6-5/6)

3--Hughie Morrison (6/4-3/1-7/2***)

2--Andrew Balding (7/4 & 9/4)

2--Ralph Beckett (11/4 & 8/11)

2--Michael Bell (6/4 & 9/2)

2--Roger Charlton (6/4 & 8/13)

2--Paul D'Arcy (5/2 twice)

2--John Gosden (13/8 & 7/4)

2--Brian Meehan (7/2** & 4/7)

2--Sir Michael Stoute (2/1 & 6/4)

 

Thirsk:

THIRSK (FLAT) DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Thirsk: 38

Favourite stats: 12 (31.6% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/2

Leading trainers of winners at Thirsk in 2013:

4/21--David O'Meara (4/1*-13/8*-11/4*-6/5*)

3/6--Tracy Waggott (18/1-11/2-16/1)

3/21--Ruth Carr (9/2*-16/1-11/2)

3/28--Tim Easterby (7/1-7/1-4/1)

2/5--Mick Easterby (28/1 & 18/1)

2/14--David Barron (7/2** & 7/2*)

1/1--Charlie Hills (4/1)

1/1--James Turner (13/2)

32/38 winners (84.2%) scored at odds of 10/1 or less to date

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

6--David O'Meara (7/2**-9/4-2/1-3/1-2/1-5/4)

5--Kevin Ryan (4/6*-2/1**-11/2***-11/4-11/4)

2--Brian Ellison (11/4 & 3/1)

2--Richard Fahey (2/1 & 7/2**)

 

Chepstow:

CHEPSTOW DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Chepstow: 37

Favourite stats: 16 (43.2%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/3

Leading trainers of winners at Chepstow in 2013:

3/6--Richard Hannon (7/2-2/5*-7/4*)

3/21--Bernard Llewellyn (7/2-8/1-9/4*)

2/6--Andrew Balding (11/4* & 7/2)

2/6--Malcolm Saunders (15/8* & 11/2)

2/9--John O'Shea (3/1* & 5/1)

2/16--Ron Harris (6/1 twice)

1/1--Rae Guest (5/1)

1/1--Alan King (4/1)

1/1--David Simcock (4/1*)

1/1--Sir Michael Stoute (5/6*)

1/1--Marcus Tregoning (3/1)

1/1--Sharon Watt (12/1)

34/37 winners (91.9%) were returned at odds of 8/1 or less

Trainers of most beaten favourites:

4--Bernard Llewellyn (9/2***-7/2**-3/1**-5/1****)

2--Clive Cox (15/8 & 2/1)

2--John O'Shea (9/2** & 7/2**)

 

Wolverhampton:

33/45 all weather winners saddled by Keith Dalgleish have been secured here at Wolverhampton and though his runners at the venue in 2013 have disappointed in general terms, it’s worth noting that Keith’s level stake profits at the Dunstall Park stands at over nineteen points at the time of writing.

 

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