Apr 10

Mal Boyle Stats – Monday 10th

Important message – I am away after today until Friday (maybe Saturday), hoping you back plenty of winners during my absence!

MONDAY MESSAGES: 

WINDSOR:

Richard Hannon saddled a 25/1 winner on last year’s opening Windsor card and the trainer has four declared today: Lethal Lunch (2.00), Bristol Missile (2.30), Fields Of Fortune (4.00) & Kassandra (4.30)

David Evans won with three of his first ten runners at the track in 2016 (10/1-11/2-4/1) with six each way chances today: Give Em A Clump (2.00), Outback Blue (3.00), Moonjaned (3.30), Things Happen (4.30), Essenaitch (5.00) & Celerity (5.30)

REDCAR: 

Richard Fahey secured a 74/1 double at the first Redcar meeting last year – 8 runners today!  Ventura Gold & Invioable Spirit (2.20), Noah Amore (2.50), Lord Commander (3.20), Character Onesie (4.10), Golconda Price (4.55) & Monaco Rose & Sir Reginald Brown (5.55)

Iain Jardine won with three of his first ten runners at the track last year (7/1-13/2-4/1) – win, lose or draw; where else can you find this type of info? – 4 runners: Marnie James (2.20), Newmarket Warrior (4.20), Kerry Icon (5.25) & Rosemary (5.55)

TUESDAY PREAMBLE:

EXETER:

Harry Fry secured a 54/1 double at last year’s corresponding meeting – 4 potential runners on Tuesday

PONTEFRACT:

Mark Johnston won with five of his first eleven runners at Pontefract last year – 3 entries on Tuesday: Marqoom (2.40), Final (4.10) & Ravenhoe (5.40)

Three of the first four runners saddled by William Haggas won at the track in 2016 – 1 runner tomorrow: Battered (3.10)

Karen McLintock’s early season stats last year at the venue: 2/3 (7/1 & 9/2) –  1 runner: Rockwood (5.10)

Two of the first four runners saddled by Richard Guest won at Pontefract last season (12/1 & 11/1) – 2 on Tuesday: Billy Roberts (2.10) & Pickett’s Charge (5.10) – Richard recently saddled a 33/1 winner for good measure.

That’s all until the weekend guys – thanks (as ever) for your support/loyalty and kind comments

Be lucky but as Sunday proved yet again, Be aware!