Mar 14

Mal Boyle stats – Tuesday March 14

We had a day to remember yesterday – I only nominated a few horses, the first of which won at 14/1 – and then Chris Gordon (nominated as a trainer to watch) won with all 5 runners that he saddled, netting a fabulous 935/1 accumulator!

One of my readers mixed up his runners in a lucky 31 bet to ‘pennies’ – which won him over £835.00!

My main Stat Attack for the rest of the week will be featured by the Sporting Life – you can find the link on my Twitter page

SEDGEFIELD;

Represented leading trainer at Sedgefield this season:

8/29—Brian Ellison (+11 LSP) – 1 runner: Xin Chao (5.10)

5/17—Sam England (+21 LSP) – 2 runners: Ask Paddy (1.20) & Manwell (1.55)

Average Placepot dividend this season (16 meetings): £529.53

Favourite totals (all races): 112 – 39 winners – 25 placed (exact science) – 48 unplaced

Best Placepot return this season: £6,275.70 – 6 favourites – 1 winner & 5 unplaced

Lowest Placepot dividend: £31.10 – 6 favourites – 3 winners – 1 placed – 2 unplaced

Six of the 16 meetings at Sedgefield this season have produced at least three winning favourites.  At least one favourite won on the card at all 16 meetings.

Five year records at the corresponding fixture (meeting abandoned in 2013):

Leading trainers:

Ken Slack leads the way on the three winner mark but is not represented today.  Of the four trainers who have saddled two winners, Micky Hammond is the one that catches the eye (6/1 & 9/4*) – Micky saddled two runners om the card: Eager To Know (1.55) & Roxyfet (4.35)

Average Placepot dividend: £295.10

Highest dividend: £1,135.60 (2012) – Lowest dividend: £42.50 (2015)

Favourite details:

35 market leaders – 12 winning favourites – 6 placed – 17 unplaced

 

SOUTHWELL (A/W);

Represented leading trainers at Southwell since February 1:

5 winners—Michael Appleby (7/1, 11/2, 2/1*, 6/4* & 10/11*) – 2 runners: Escalating (3.05) & Spice Mill (4.25)

3—Daniel Mark Loughnane (20/1, 9/1 & 9/2) – 1 runner: Among Angels (3.05)

Average Placepot dividend this season (5 meetings): £386.34

Favourite totals (all races): 34 – 13 winners – 7 placed (exact science) – 14 unplaced

Best Placepot return this season: £1,681.80 – 6 favourites – 3 winners & 3  unplaced

Lowest Placepot dividend: £31.50 – 7 favourites – 3 winners – 1 placed – 3 unplaced

Three of the five meetings at Southwell since the end of January have produced at least three winning favourites.  At least one favourite won on the card at four of the five meetings.

 

WOLVERHAMPTON;

Represented leading trainer at Wolverhampton since February 1:

6 winners—Michael Appleby (9/1, 13/2, 6/1, 2/1*, 15/8 & 4/5*) – 2 runners: Call Out Loud (5.45) & Oyster Card (6.45)

Average Placepot dividend since the end of January (12 meetings): £160.76

Favourite totals (all races): 87 – 27 winners – 32 placed (exact science) – 28 unplaced

Best Placepot return this season: £762.00 – 6 favourites – 2 winners – 1 placed – 3 unplaced

Lowest Placepot dividend: £9.60 – 6 favourites – 1 winner – 4 placed – 1 unplaced

Five of the 12 meetings at Wolverhampton since the end of January have produced at least three winning favourites.  At least one favourite won on the card at all 12 meetings.

 

These were some trainers I told you about as well yesterday who had runners later in the week:

5/8–Caroline Bailey (+8) has three runners entered tomorrow (two at Huntingdon and one at Cheltenham) – I will update bright and early on Wednesday morning

Sue Smith snared a 44/1 treble from just the three runners on Sunday – I wrote: Not represented today but these could be given the green light: 3 tomorrow (two at Sedgefield & one at Cheltenham) – two at Cheltenham (Wednesday) and one there on Thursday, before rounding the week off with two at Uttoxeter. NOW SADDLES 28/1 chance Vintage Clouds in the 2.50 at Cheltenham today

Ian Williams is 3/6 of late (+16), whilst it’s worth noting that his three beaten runners were returned at 50/1 (twice) & 66/1.  I wrote: None today – three possibles tomorrow, six on Wednesday, three on Thursday and eight on Friday.  NOW SADDLES two at Wolverhampton today: Masamah (5.45) & Monjeni (6.45)

By the by, Chris Gordon now takes a break until Friday when he has one runner entered up on the day: Remiluc in the ‘Martin Pipe Conditional’ event at Cheltenham – I’ll keep you posted!

Don’t forget the each way nod I gave you for Captain Redbeard (5.30 at Cheltenham today) yesterday – reasons why offered yesterday – just go to Monday’s service.

Be lucky (especially at Cheltenham) but as ever – be aware!