Well I Declare: 6th March 2013

Well I Declare: 5th to 10th March 2013

Well I Declare: 5th to 10th March 2013

Well I Declare: 5th to 10th March 2013

NH statistics from selected leading trainers during the last seven days:

10/19--Paul Nicholls (18/1-5/1-9/4-2/1-13/8*,
5/4*-Evs*-Evs*-4/5*-4/7*-)
5/22--Venetia Williams (13/2-9/4*-7/2*-2/1**4/6*)
4/16--Philip Hobbs (40/1-11/10*-4/5*-2/5*)
3/5--Tony Carroll (8/1-7/1-13/2)
3/11--Henry Daly (9/1-15/2-7/1)
3/11--Nicky Henderson (15/8-7/4-Evs*)
3/21--David Pipe (7/1-4/1**-15/8*)
3/10--Sue Smith (16/1-Evs*-8/15*)
3/14--Jonjo O’Neill (10/1-7/1-3/1)
2/2 --Joanne Foster (66/1 & 3/1)
2/2--John Quinn (7/2 & 7/4*)
2/4--Steve Gollings (9/2 & 1/2*)
2/8--Oliver Sherwood (11/2 & 10/3)
2/9--Charlie Longsdon (14/1 twice)
2/9--James Ewart (7/4* & 5/4*)
2/14--Keith Reveley (9/1 & 9/4*)
2/17--Tim Vaughan (4/1 & 3/1)
2/19--Nigel Twiston-Davies (15/2 & 11/4**)
2/20--Evan Williams (10/3 & 9/4)
2/21--Donald McCain (Evs* & 4/1)

Wednesday’s meeting at Fontwell produced the biggest toteplacepot dividend in Britain last year when just 2.35 tickets were successful, producing a return of £24,236.50 to a one pound stake. 

Biggest toteplacepot dividends in 2013:

Wolverhampton--£8,672.40--Tuesday January 22

Sedgefield--£4,761.40--Friday January 11

Southwell (A/W)--£4,162.50--Tuesday February 5

Southwell (A/W)--£3,040.50--Thursday February 28

Southwell (A/W)--£2,164.50--Tuesday February 12

Lingfield (NH)--£1,679.10--Tuesday January 15

Lingfield (A/W)--£1,600.00--Friday January 25

Kempton (NH)--£1,371.50--Friday February 8

Kelso--£1,364.50--Sunday January 12

Wincanton--£1,350.50--Thursday January 31

Southwell (NH)--£1,171.30--Monday February 18

Fakenham--£1,152.20--Friday February 15

Kempton (A/W)--£1,129.40--Monday January 7

Lingfield (A/W)--£1,099.50--Tuesday February 26

Lingfield (A/W)--£1,063.50--Wednesday January 2

Lingfield (A/W)--£1,018.80--Friday February 22

Wolverhampton--£1,009.60--Friday January 11

 

Day by day analysis:

 

TUESDAY 05/03:

Exeter:

EXETER DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Exeter: 14

Favourite stats: 7 (50.0% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/4 (75.0%)

 

Trainers of winners at Exeter in 2013:

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

2--Susan Gardner (9/4 & 5/6)

2--Oliver Sherwood (11/4* & 2/1)

2--Colin Tizzard (7/2 & 7/2)

1--Kim Bailey (5/4*)

1--Tom George (6/5*)

1--Paul Nicholls (5/6*)

1--Brendan Powell (6/1)

1--Jeremy Scott (5/4)

All fourteen winners to date were returned at odds of 6/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Philip Hobbs (3/1-11/8-6/4)

1--Vic Dartnell (11/10)

1--Emma Lavelle (3/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (7/5)

1--Oliver Sherwood (4/5)

 

2.30: Six-year-olds have secured thirteen of the twenty-seven available toteplacepot positions to date (including five winners) whilst five-year-olds have won three of the other four renewals thus far (1-2-3 two years ago. Six of the ten favourites have finished in the frame thus far, statistics which include four successful market leaders.

3.00: Jeremy Scott has won with the last two runners he has saddled in this event and last year’s winner JOSH’S DREAMWAY defends his crown.  Eight of the last nine winners carried weights of 10-12 or less, with other recent gold medallists having been burdened with 11-4 and 11-2.  Handicap hurdle races beyond the minimum trip are the hardest races to call in terms of the number of favourites that fail to justify their position in the market as I have said many times.  There have been just two winning favourites to report via ten renewals to date in this event, whilst just two of the other nine market leaders additionally secured a toteplacepot position.

3.30: Eight of the last nine winners have carried weights of 11-4 or less.
Winning favourites have been conspicuous by their absence via the last 13 renewals, whilst only six of the 15 market leaders claimed toteplacepot positions in the process.

4.00: Seven-year-olds lead the eight-year-olds 5-3 via the eight available toteplacepot/each way positions to date, though it is the older raiders who lead 2-1 from a win perspective.  Two of the three market leaders (gold and silver medallists) have secured toteplacepot positions to date.

4.30: All four winners have scored at odds of 5/1 or less.  Three of the four favourites to date have secured toteplacepot positions (one winner).

 

Newcastle:

NEWCASTLE NH DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Newcastle: 14

Favourite stats: 8 (57.1%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/2

 

Trainers of winners at Newcastle in 2013:

3--J. Wade (6/5*-15/8*-5/2*)

2--Neil Alexander (1/2* & 7/2)

1--Tristram Davidson (7/1)

1--James Ewart (6/4*)

1--Joanne Foster (6/1)

1--Tom Gretton (9/2)

1--David Pipe (8/11*)

1--Keith Reveley (5/2)

1--Nicky Richards (6/4*)

1--Lucinda Russell (3/1)

1--Sharon Watt (Evs*)

All fourteen winners scored at odds of 7/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

1--James Ewart (2/1)

1--Chris Grant (7/2)

1--John Norton (11/4)

1--David O'Meara (13/8)

1--Martin Todhunter (9/4)

1--Donald Whillans (5/2)

 

Southwell:

James Tate’s only runner at Southwell on Tuesday is Dubawi Island (Robert Tart booked to ride) with the trainer boasting a 38% strike rate at the track, the six winners having produced a level stake profit of thirteen points.

 

WEDNESDAY 06/03:

Catterick:

This is Catterick’s last NH meeting of the season, the next scheduled fixture being the first flat meeting of the year on 10th April.

CATTERICK NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Catterick: 26

Favourite stats: 10 (38.5% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 5/8 (62.5%)

 

Trainers of winners at Catterick in 2013:

4--K. Reveley (Evs*-1/5*-2/5*-5/1)

3--Simon Shirley-Beavan (10/1-10/3-7/4)

2--Martin Keighley (11/4 & 15/8*)

2--Michael Smith (6/4* & 8/1)

1--Chris Bealby (11/2)

1--Mrs K. Burke (10/3)

1--S.R.B. Crawford (13/8*)

1--Brian Ellison (6/1)

1--John Ferguson (10/11*)

1--Joanne Foster (66/1)

1--Micky Hammond (11/2)

1--Phil Kirby (15/2)

1--Donald McCain (2/1)

1--David O'Meara (8/1)

1--Sue Smith (4/6*)

1--John Spearing (5/1)

1--John Wade (4/6*)

1--A.C. Whillans (15/2)

1--Venetia Williams (7/4*)

25/26 winners were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

5--Donald McCain (3/1-13/8-5/4-15/8-7/4)

2--Keith Reveley (6/4 & 11/4**)

2--Venetia Williams (9/2 & 1/2)

1--S. Crawford (11/4**)

1--Chris Grant (4/1**)

1--Micky Hammond (9/2)

1--Phil Kirby (4/1)

1--Andrew Parker (13/8)

1--John Quinn (1/6)

1--Martin Todhunter (4/9)

1--Tim Walford (4/1**)

1--Evan Williams (11/10)

 

Selling hurdle event scheduled for 2.20: The last eleven winners have scored at odds of 5/1 or less, stats which include five successful favourites.  The last ten winners carried weights of 11-2 or less.

Class 4 Novice Hurdle event for mares at 3.20: Three of the four favourites have secured toteplacepot positions, statistics which include two odds on winners.

Class 4 Handicap Chase for novices over an extended three miles, due to be contested at 2.50: Five favourites have won during the last decade, eight gold medallists having been returned at odds of 13/2 or less.

Class 4 nineteen furlong handicap hurdle event scheduled for 4.20: Two favourites have won during the last decade, with six winners scoring at odds ranging between 10/1 and 33/1.  Six of the last seven winners have carried weights of 11-4 or more.

Hunter Chase event scheduled for 4.50: Just one market leader has scored during the last eleven renewals which is a very unusual statistic in Hunter Chase events.  Just three of the last ten favourites have finished in the frame to add insult to injury for toteplacepot enthusiasts who include well fancied horses.

Bumper event due to be contested at 5.20: Four-year-olds have won five of the last six renewals of the scheduled finale with vintage representatives coming to the gig on a five-timer on this occasion.  Five favourites have obliged via seven renewals.

 

Fontwell (Note the toteplacepot information in the opening paragraphs this week):

FONTWELL NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Fontwell: 7

Favourite stats: 1 (14.3%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 0/2

 

Trainers of winners at Fontwell in 2013:

1--Miss Sally Duckett (11/10*)

1--Philip Hobbs (9/4)

1--Seamus Mullins (4/1)

1--Helen Nelmes (14/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (3/1)

1--David Pipe (7/4)

1--Evan Williams (10/1)

Five of the seven winners to date started at odds of 4/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

2--Paul Nicholls (5/6 & 7/4)

1--Vic Dartnell (10/11)

1--Tom George (2/1)

1--Charlie Longsdon (11/8)

1--Oliver Sherwood (2/1)

 

Class 4 Novice Hurdle event scheduled for 2.10: Six-year-olds have won five of the eight renewals to date, whilst snaring nine of the available nineteen toteplacepot positions.  All eight favourites have been beaten to date albeit the biggest priced winner of this event was returned at just 13/2 before last year‘s 33/1 gold medallist reared its ugly head.  Four of the eight market leaders finished in the frame thus far.

Two and a quarter mile handicap chase event scheduled for 2.40: Four of the seven market leaders have reached the frame whilst favourites have secured three of the last four contests, their only victories in the race.

Maiden hurdle due to be contested at 4.10: Four of the five favourites have secured toteplacepot positions, statistics which include three winners.

Three and a quarter mile handicap chase scheduled for 4.40: Eight-year-olds have secured four of the last six contests during which time, just one (11/8) favourite prevailed, albeit the biggest priced winner was a 9/1 chance.

 

Kempton:

Ron Harris (eighty points) and Jo Crowley (seventy nine) have produced terrific level stake profits at Kempton in recent years.  For the record, Richard Hannon has saddled one hundred and four winners during the study period, albeit his strike rate stands at 15% which is ordinary by Richard’s standards.  Level stake losses of sixty points emphasise my point.

 

Lingfield:

Jewelled (scheduled to contest the 4.30 event on the card) was only beaten a length at odds of 33/1 at Kempton last week and with trainer Lady Herries boasting decent stats here at Lingfield, the Fantastic Light mare might be worth another each way play.  The trainer has saddled three winners from thirteen runners here in recent times, earning Lady Herries black figures in the LSP sector.

 

THURSDAY 07/03:

Carlisle:

CARLISLE NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Carlisle: 12

Favourite stats: 3 (25.0%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/4

 

Trainers of winners at Carlisle in 2013:

1--Neil Alexander (9/2)

1--Maurice Barnes (12/1)

1--Tony Coyle (13/2)

1--Brian Ellison (11/4)

1--Chris Grant (5/2)

1--Philip Kirby (22/1)

1--Barry Murtagh (11/2)

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

1--Dianne Sayer (16/1)

1--Nicky Richards (1/8*)

1--Tim Vaughan (8/11*)

1--Venetia Williams (15/8*)

9/12 winners scored at odds of 13/2 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

3--Lucinda Russell (3/1**-5/2-6/4)

1--George Charlton (3/1**)

1--Chris Grant (4/1***)

1--Tom Gretton (7/2)

1--Malcolm Jefferson (9/4)

1--Charlie Longsdon (Evs)

1--Donald McCain (4/9)

1--Noel Kelly (4/9)

1--John Norton (4/1***)

1--Sue Smith (4/1***)

 

‘Hands and Heels’ event scheduled for 2.10: Four of the five winners have carried a minimum burden of 11-3 whilst just one (11/4) market leader has prevailed thus far.

Two and a half mile novice hurdle event scheduled for 3.15: Six-year-olds have won six of the last seven contests during which time, two market leaders have obliged alongside two joint favourites.  All eight winners have carried weights of 11-2 or more.

Three and a quarter mile handicap chase event scheduled for 3.45: Sue Smith has won three of the last five races in which she was represented and the trainer‘s only option earlier in the week was Camden George.  Only two favourites have scored via nine renewals, with the other winners ranging in odds between 7/2 and 25/1.  Three of the last four winners were returned at 25/1--12/1--12/1.

Class 4 two mile handicap chase scheduled for 4.50: Eight-year-olds have secured three of the last five contests whilst two favourites have won via nine renewals.  Six of the last eight winners carried a minimum burden of 10-13.

Bumper event scheduled for 5.20: Five-year-olds come to the gig on a four timer on this occasion, vintage representatives have secured six of the eight renewals to date.  Just two favourites have won during the last six years during which time, the other winners scored at 50/1--40/1--13/2--6/1.

 

Wincanton:

WINCANTON NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Wincanton: 31

Favourite stats: 11 (35.5%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/5 (80.0%)

 

Trainers of winners at Wincanton in 2013:

6--Paul Nicholls (6/1-1/3*-17/2-3/1-Evs*-2/1)

3--Tom George (6/1-11/5*-2/1*)

3--David Pipe (5/6*-10/1-4/1**)

2--Colin Tizzard (4/1 & 11/4**)

2--Nigel Twiston-Davies (11/4* & 12/1)

1--Bob Buckler (10/3)

1--R.B. Chanin (6/1)

1--Harry Fry (3/1)

1--Nick Lampard (9/2)

1--Michael Miller (16/1)

1--Neil Mulholland (7/2)

1--Seamus Mullins (3/1)

1--Jonjo O'Neill (1/5*)

1--Brendan Powell (14/1)

1--Richard Price (10/1)

1--Andy Turnell (2/1)

1--Tim Vaughan (4/1)

1--Nick Williams (11/2)

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1--Venetia Williams (1/2*)

1--Richard Woollacott (11/4*)

28/31 winners started at 10/1 or less.

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

6--Paul Nicholls (5/2-5/6-3/1-7/2-11/8-9/4)

5--David Pipe (7/2-7/2**-13/8-6/5-11/4**)

2--Karen George (4/1** & 6/4)

2--Philip Hobbs (Evs & 11/10)

2--Colin Tizzard (5/2** & 7/2**)

1--Vic Dartnell (5/6)

1--Hugo Froud (7/4)

1--Tom George (13/8)

1--Nicky Henderson (6/5)

1--S. Rea (5/1)

1--Tim Vaughan (5/2**)

1--Nick Williams (7/4)

 

Southwell:

Alan Bailey continues to dominate the stats board at Southwell as his 25% strike rate (twenty one winners) has produced one hundred and thirty one points of level stake profits.  Alan held two entries for Thursday’s card at the time of writing.

 

Wolverhampton:

Andrea Atzeni has booked rides at Dunstall Park this week, the popular rider boasting an LSP reading of eight five points via fifty six winners during his short career.

 

FRIDAY 08/03:

Ayr:

AYR NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ayr: 35

Favourite stats: 17 (48.6% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/10 (60.0%)

 

Trainers of winners at Ayr in 2013:

8--Lucinda Russell (7/2-5/6*-4/9*-5/4*-7/2-11/8**-2/1*-5/1)

7--Donald McCain (5/4*-Evs*-8/15*-5/4*-9/4**-8/13*-2/9*)

3--Jim Goldie (12/1-6/1-10/1)

3--J.J. Lambe (16/1-4/1-8/1)

2--Nick Alexander (11/4 & 5/1)

2--Nicky Richards (6/4* & 9/2)

2--D. Whillans (11/4* & 13/2)

1--Maurice Barnes (11/4)

1--S. Crawford (10/1)

1--Tim Easterby (4/6*)

1--James Ewart (11/10*)

1--Phil Kirby (5/1)

1--Ferdy Murphy (16/1)

1--David Pipe (9/4**)

1--Dianne Sayer (3/1)

32/35 winners scored at a top price of 10/1

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

4--Donald McCain (11/8**-13/8-9/4**-11/10)

4--David Pipe (4/6-8/11-11/8-6/5)

2--Nick Alexander (9/4** & 10/3)

1--Maurice Barnes (9/4**)

1--G. Bewley (6/4)

1--S. Coltherd (9/4)

1--S. Crawford (10/11)

1--Rose Dobbin (9/4)

1--I. Jardine (10/11*)

1--J.J. Lambe (9/2)

1--Barry Murtagh (15/8)

1--Nicky Richards (15/8)

1--Alan Swinbank (9/4**)

1--A.C. Whillans (7/5)

 

Leicester:

LEICESTER NH DETAILS FOR 2013:

Number of races at Leicester: 19

Favourite stats: 11 (57.9%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 4/6

 

Trainers of winners at Leicester in 2013:

3--Tom George (7/1-1/4*-13/8*)

3--Venetia Williams (2/1*-3/1*-2/1**)

2--John Ferguson (6/5* & 8/11*)

2--David Pipe (10/11* & 15/8*)

1--Roger Curtis (16/1)

1--Henry Daly (7/4*)

1--Richard Guest (5/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (10/11*)

1--Miss Kayley Jones (9/2)

1--Charlie Longsdon (14/1)

1--Anthony Middleton (5/2)

1--Oliver Sherwood (10/3)

1--Nigel Twiston-Davies (9/4)

17/19 winners were returned at odds of 7/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

2--David Pipe (15/8 & 10/3**)

1--David Arbuthnot (3/1)

1--Michael Blake (2/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (2/1**)

1--Alan King (10/11)

1--Donald McCain (10/3**)

1--Mrs C. Robinson (10/11)

1--Oliver Sherwood (9/4)

1--Andy Turnell (4/1)

 

Sandown:

SANDOWN NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Sandown: 20

Favourite stats: 6 (30.0%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/6 (16.7%)

 

Trainers of winners at Sandown in 2013:

3--Nicky Henderson (7/4-11/10*-9/4*)

2--Gary Moore (20/1 & 5/1)

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

2--Venetia Williams (5/1 & 7/2)

1--Mrs F. J. Browne (2/1)

1--Vic Dartnell (14/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (11/10*)

1--Sophie Leech (7/1)

1--Charlie Mann (12/1)

1--Richard Mitchell (7/1)

1--Anna Newton Smith (16/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (7/4*)

1--Jonjo O'Neill (9/4)

1--Jeremy Scott (7/2)

1--Evan Williams (Evs*)

16/20 winners sent off at odds of 7/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

4--Nicky Henderson (5/2-4/7-5/2-5/2)

2--Paul Nicholls (1/3 & 2/5)

1--Mrs Jenny Gordon (15/8)

1--Warren Greatrex (15/8)

1--Emma Lavelle (10/11)

1--Andrew Martin (7/2**)

1--Gary Moore (7/2**)

1--David Pipe (3/1)

1--Jeremy Scott (10/3)

1--Nick Williams (11/4)

1--Venetia Williams (5/6)

Amateur riders’ handicap hurdle event scheduled for 2.20: Seven-year-olds have won four of the last seven renewals, whilst the biggest priced winner via nine renewals during the last decade was returned at 13/2.  Four successful favourites have been recorded in the process.

Class 3 Handicap Chase over the minimum trip due to be contested at 2.50.  Favourites come to the gig on a hat trick as do six-year-olds.  Five of the last six winners have been burdened with a minimum weight of 11-2.

Grand Military Gold Cup scheduled for 3.25: Favourites have won five of the last ten renewals during which time, nine winners have scored at odds of 13/2 or less. Paul Nicholls had Merrion Square involved at the five day stage, the trainer having won three of the last eight renewals.

Class 3 Handicap Hurdle over two and three quarter miles scheduled for 4.00: Charlie Longsdon has saddled two 14/1 winners during the last week and the trainer comes into this event on a hat trick, with Greenlaw being his only potential raider earlier at the time of writing.

Class 4 novice hurdle event scheduled for 5.10: Nicky Henderson has saddled five of the last ten winners during which time, four favourites obliged.

 

Wolverhampton:

Last year’s northern based rising sensation Shirley Teasdale has ridden more winners at Wolverhampton than at any other venue, producing a level stake profit of sixty four points into the bargain.

 

SATURDAY 09/03:

Ayr:

AYR NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Ayr: 35

Favourite stats: 17 (48.6% of races--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 6/10 (60.0%)

 

Trainers of winners at Ayr in 2013:

8--Lucinda Russell (7/2-5/6*-4/9*-5/4*-7/2-11/8**-2/1*-5/1)

7--Donald McCain (5/4*-Evs*-8/15*-5/4*-9/4**-8/13*-2/9*)

3--Jim Goldie (12/1-6/1-10/1)

3--J.J. Lambe (16/1-4/1-8/1)

2--Nick Alexander (11/4 & 5/1)

2--Nicky Richards (6/4* & 9/2)

2--D. Whillans (11/4* & 13/2)

1--Maurice Barnes (11/4)

1--S. Crawford (10/1)

1--Tim Easterby (4/6*)

1--James Ewart (11/10*)

1--Phil Kirby (5/1)

1--Ferdy Murphy (16/1)

1--David Pipe (9/4**)

1--Dianne Sayer (3/1)

32/35 winners scored at a top price of 10/1

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

4--Donald McCain (11/8**-13/8-9/4**-11/10)

4--David Pipe (4/6-8/11-11/8-6/5)

2--Nick Alexander (9/4** & 10/3)

1--Maurice Barnes (9/4**)

1--G. Bewley (6/4)

1--S. Coltherd (9/4)

1--S. Crawford (10/11)

1--Rose Dobbin (9/4)

1--I. Jardine (10/11*)

1--J.J. Lambe (9/2)

1--Barry Murtagh (15/8)

1--Nicky Richards (15/8)

1--Alan Swinbank (9/4**)

1--A.C. Whillans (7/5)

 

Chepstow:

CHEPSTOW NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Chepstow: 21

Favourite stats: 8 (38.1%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/3

 

Trainers of winners at Chepstow in 2013:

2--Vic Dartnell (9/2 & 7/2)

2--Martin Keighley (7/2 twice)

2--Michael Scudamore (10/1 & 20/1)

2--Colin Tizzard (9/2 & 11/4*)

1--Rebecca Curtis (7/2)

1--Henry Daly (11/4*)

1--John Ferguson (10/3)

1--Mark Gillard (9/4*)

1--Philip Hobbs (7/2)

1--Sophie Leech (25/1)

1--Neil Mulholland (6/4*)

1--Seamus Mullins (28/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (10/11*)

1--David Pipe (5/1**)

1--Jeremy Scott (6/4**)

1--Mark Sheppard (6/4*)

1--Venetia Williams (7/1)

18/21 winners scored at odds of 10/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

4--Paul Nicholls (7/4-9/4-11/4-8/11)

2--Rebecca Curtis (11/8 & 11/4)

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

1--Bob Buckler (2/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (6/4**)

1--Donald McCain (5/2)

1--Gary Moore (11/4)

1--Fergal O'Brien (3/1**)

1--David Pipe (5/2)

1--Tim Vaughan (3/1**)

1--Venetia Williams (10/11*)

 

Sandown:

SANDOWN NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Sandown: 20

Favourite stats: 6 (30.0%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 1/6 (16.7%)

 

Trainers of winners at Sandown in 2013:

3--Nicky Henderson (7/4-11/10*-9/4*)

2--Gary Moore (20/1 & 5/1)

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

2--Venetia Williams (5/1 & 7/2)

1--Mrs F. J. Browne (2/1)

1--Vic Dartnell (14/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (11/10*)

1--Sophie Leech (7/1)

1--Charlie Mann (12/1)

1--Richard Mitchell (7/1)

1--Anna Newton Smith (16/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (7/4*)

1--Jonjo O'Neill (9/4)

1--Jeremy Scott (7/2)

1--Evan Williams (Evs*)

16/20 winners sent off at odds of 7/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

4--Nicky Henderson (5/2-4/7-5/2-5/2)

2--Paul Nicholls (1/3 & 2/5)

1--Mrs Jenny Gordon (15/8)

1--Warren Greatrex (15/8)

1--Emma Lavelle (10/11)

1--Andrew Martin (7/2**)

1--Gary Moore (7/2**)

1--David Pipe (3/1)

1--Jeremy Scott (10/3)

1--Nick Williams (11/4)

1--Venetia Williams (5/6)

 

Grade 3 novice handicap hurdle finale scheduled for 2.05: Six-year-olds have won eight of the last eleven contests, whilst just one favourite prevailed during the study period.

Three mile handicap chase scheduled for 2.40: Paul Nicholls has secured four of the last eight renewals.

‘Imperial Cup’ scheduled for 3.15: Favourites have prevailed six times during the last eleven years which is a phenomenal record given the usual competitive nature of the contest.  David Pipe’s four penultimate stage entries catch the eye at the time of writing, especially as ‘Team Pipe’ have landed five of the last eleven renewals.  The last nine winners have carried a maximum burden of 10-13.

Listed mares bumper event scheduled for 3.50: Five-year-olds have won three of the last four and five of the last nine contests.

Class 3 two and a half mile handicap chase due to be contested at 5.00: All five winners have carried a minimum burden of eleven stones, whilst nine-year-olds have secured three of the five renewals to date.  Two favourites have obliged thus far.

 

Wolverhampton:

Listed seven furlong event scheduled for 2.20: Just one (co) favourite has scored via six renewals thus far.

‘Lincoln Trial’ scheduled for 2.55: The Lincoln Trial emerges from the bleak mid winter to offer readers hope for the forthcoming spring on the eve of the Cheltenham Festival whereby life is not all bad by any means.  Upwards and onwards in positive mode by passing on news that the last six winners have carried weights of 9-2 or more whilst five-year-olds have won five contests during the last decade.

Six furlong Class 2 handicap scheduled for 4.05:  Favourites (of one description or another) have won six of the last seven renewals, whilst four-year-olds have secured three of the last four contests.

Class 4 seven furlongs handicap event scheduled for 5.15: Mark Johnston has saddled the last two gold medallists and Mark was obviously intent on securing the hat trick as he was responsible for four of the thirteen penultimate stage entries.

 

SUNDAY 10/03:

Market Rasen:

MARKET RASEN NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Market Rasen: 14

Favourite stats: 7 (50.0%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 3/4

Trainers of winners at Market Rasen in 2013:

1--David Bridgwater (5/1)

1--Alan Brown (20/1)

1--Mrs Edward Crow (20/1)

1--Henry Daly (4/1)

1--Tim Easterby (10/11*)

1--John Ferguson (1/2*)

1--Joanne Foster (9/1)

1--Alex Hales (14/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (6/4*)

1--Donal McCain (10/11*)

1--Graeme McPherson (2/1*)

1--Tim Vaughan (7/4*)

1--Lucy Wadham (9/4**)

1--Tim Walford (66/1)

9/14 winners were returned at odds of 5/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

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

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

1--Mick Channon (7/2**)

1--Chris Grant (9/4**)

1--Alex Hales (5/2)

1--Charlie Longsdon (9/4**)

1--Donald McCain (10/11)

1--Mrs C. Robinson (11/8)

 

Seventeen furlong novice hurdle event scheduled for 2.20: Five-year-olds have secured eleven of the last fourteen available toteplacepot/each way positions, statistics which include four (28/1-13/2-2/1-15/8) winners.

Two and three quarter mile handicap chase scheduled 3.20: The last seven winners (three successful market leaders) have been returned at odds of 9/2 or less, as have eight of the nine gold medallists in total.  Six of the last seven winners were burdened with a minimum weight of 11-2.

Three mile handicap hurdle event scheduled for 3.50: Only one favourite has obliged via the last nine contests whilst the toteplacepot enthusiasts among you might like to learn that the last four market leaders have finished out of the frame.

Two and a half mile novice chase event scheduled for 4.20:  Although we had to wait until last year for the first successful favourite, all five winners have been returned at odds of 13/2 or less.  All five gold medallists have carried weights of 11-1 or more.

Two and a quarter mile handicap chase event scheduled for 4.50: Eight-year-olds lead the nine-year-olds 3-2 via six renewals to date during which time, two (4/7 & 11/10) favourites prevailed.

Conditional jockey‘s handicap hurdle scheduled for 5.20: We still await the first successful favourite to be recorded following five contests, the gold medallists having been returned at odds ranging between 9/2 and 12/1.  All five winners were burdened with a maximum weight of 11-1.

 

Warwick:

WARWICK NH DETAILS FOR 2013: 

Number of races at Warwick: 22

Favourite stats: 8 (36.4%--includes joint and co favourites)

Odds on ratio: 2/3

 

Trainers of winners at Warwick in 2013:

2--Tom George (11/2 & 2/1)

2--David Pipe (1/2* & 7/4*)

2--Nicky Henderson (7/4* & 9/4*)

2--Nigel Twiston-Davies (5/1 & 1/2*)

1--D. Burchell (9/1)

1--Henry Daly (9/4*)

1--Karen George (4/1*)

1--Warren Greatrex (12/1)

1--Philip Hobbs (11/2)

1--Alan King (Evs*)

1--Charlie Longsdon (12/1)

1--Pat Murphy (7/1)

1--Paul Nicholls (7/4)

1--Jonjo O'Neill (7/1)

1--John Ryan (10/1)

1--Colin Tizzard (14/1)

1--Robert Walford (6/1)

1--Venetia Williams (5/1)

19/22 gold medallists were returned at odds of 10/1 or less

 

Trainers of beaten favourites:

2--Tom George (4/1 & 10/11)

2--Jonjo O'Neill (10/3 & 3/1)

2--Venetia Williams (7/2 & 6/4)

1--Andrew Balding (2/1)

1--Anthony Honeyball (3/1)

1--Martin Keighley (7/2)

1--Emma Lavelle (6/5)

1--Charlie Longsdon (7/2)

1--Paul Nicholls (11/10)

1--David Pipe (10/3)

1--Nigel Twiston-Davies (3/1)

 

Two mile five furlong handicap hurdle scheduled for 2.00: Three favourites have won during the last eleven years during which time, the biggest priced winner was returned at 10/1.   Eight of the last ten winners carried eleven stones or more.

Novice chase event for mares scheduled for 2.30: Four of the five favourites have prevailed whilst the other gold medallist scored at just 2/1.

Conditional jockey’s event scheduled for 3.30: Seven of the last ten contests have been secured by market leaders.

Three mile five furlong handicap chase scheduled for 4.00: Just one favourite has obliged via the last nine renewals.

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