Feb 07

Mal Boyle Stats – Wednesday 7th

Thank you for your patience this morning!

WEDNESDAY – CARLISLE, LUDLOW & FAKENHAM ABANDONED:

DEAD OF NIGHT Morning Market Assessment (at 5.45 am) – PRICES UPDATED + ADDITIONS

CHELMSFORD:

3.00: Shes Zoff – 40/1 (Hills/Betfair/PP for any loose change about your person) NOW – AVERAGE PRICE OF 25/1

3.30: Volturnus – 3/1 (Hills/Betfait/PP) – NOW 2/1

4.00: Bernies Boy – 12/1 (Ladbrokes/Hills) – NOW 9/1

4.30: Touch The Clouds – 9/4 Betfair/Sunbets/PP) – STILL 9/4

Additional Chelmsford entry at 8.00:

8.00: Innstigator – 8/1 (Betfred/Tote)

WOLVERHAMPTON:

5.25: Inn The Bull – 7/1 (Betbright) – NOW 6/1

6.25: Exchequer – 6/1 (Hills) – NOW 4/1

6.55 – Two to consider – Coupled at 85/40 – 3/1 Sir Lancelott (Generally available) & 12/1 Circling Vultures (Betbright) – NOW 9/4 & 9/1 RESPECTIVELY – COUPLED PRICE NOW 6/4

7.25: Royal Hall – 16/1 (PP/Betbright/BetVictor) – NOW 12/1

8.25: Run With Pride – 8/1 (Hills/PP/BetVictor) – NOW 7/1

Additional Wolverhampton entry at 8.00:

5.55: Brockley Rise – 7/1 (Marathon)

 

IN FORM TRAINERS INCLUDE (Requirement: Minimum 25% strike rate and/or exceptional level stake profit): – I HAVE LEFT THE TRAINER INFORMATION AS IT WAS FOR YOUR INTEREST – DESPITE LUDLOW & FAKENHAM HAVING ABANDONED THEIR MEETINGS THIS MORNING…

16/46—Nicky Henderson (+5) – 2 at Ludlow: Doux Pretender (1.40) & War Creation (2.40)

10/35—Olly Murphy (+6) – 5 at Fakenham: Swaffham Bulbeck (2.00), More Than Luck (2.30), Bisoubisou (3.35), Wood Pigeon (4.05) & Rio Quinto (4.35)

8/24—Paul Nicholls (+3) – 2 at Ludlow: Copain De Classe (2.10) & Monsieur Co (3.15)

7/24—Henry Daly (+13) – 1 at Ludlow: Chilli Filli (2.40)

6/14—Mark Johnston (+21) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Ravenhoe (7.25)

5/11—Robin Dickin (+2) – 2 at Ludlow: Belle’s Spirit (1.40) & The Lion Man (2.10)

5/17—Kim Bailey – 1 at Ludlow: Sainte Ladylime (2.40)

Last 4 runners have won—Ben Pauling (+4) – 2 runners: Am I Appropriate (1.40 Ludlow) & Red Indian (3.05 Fakenham)

4/10—Amy Murphy (+11) – 1 at Chelmsford: Enola (3.30)

4/10—Kevin Ryan (+11) – 1 at Chelmsford: Eyes On Asha

4/12—Antony Brittain (+13) – 3 at Wolverhampton: Monsieur Mei (4.55), Circling Vultures (6.55) & Rock Of Monaco (7.25)

4/9—Simon Dow (+10) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Roundabout Magic (8.25)

3/5—Nick Williams (+23) – 2 at Ludlow: Mosieur Lecoq (1.40) & Esprit De Somoza (3.45)

3/8—Nigel Twiston-Davies (+9) – 3 at Ludlow: Sartene’s Son (1.40), Colin’s Brother (3.15) & Midnight Trouble (4.45)

3/9—David Evans (+39) – 3 at Wolverhampton: Daily Trader (5.25), Brockley Rise (5.55) & Dougan (6.25)

3/10—Andrew Balding (+1) – 1 at Chelmsford: Queen Moon (4.30)

3/10—Tom George (+2) – 2 at Ludlow: Module (4.15) & Truckers Lodge (4.45)

Last 2 runners have won—Tom Dascombe (+2) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Mickey (6.25)

2/3—Rebecca Bastiman (+25) – 2 at Wolverhampton: Hayadh (6.25) & John Caesar (7.25)

2/3—Neil King (+5) – 2 at Fakenham: Little Windmill (2.30) & Princeton Royale (3.05)

38 runners in race order:

1.40: Monsieur Lecoq, Belle’s Spirit, Am I Appropriate, Doux Pretender & Sartenes Son

1.55: Eyes On Asha

2.00: Swaffham Bulbeck

2.10: Copain De Classe & The Lion Man

2.30: Little Windmill & More Than Luck

2.40: Sainte Ladylime, War Creation & Chili Filli

3.05: Princeton Royale & Red Indian

3.15: Monsieur Co & Colins Brother

3.30: Enola

3.35: Bisoubisou

3.45: Esprit De Somoza

4.05: Wood Pigeon

4.10: Eyes On Asha

4.15: Module

4.30: Queen Moon

4.35: Rio Quinto

4.45: Truckers Lodge

4.55: Monsieur Mei

5.25: Daily Trader

5.55: Brockley Rise

6.25: Mickey, Dougan & Hayadh

6.55: Circling Vultures

7.25: John Caesar, Rock Of Moanco & Ravenhoe

8.25: Roundabout Magic

 

‘AHEAD OF THE GAME’ – (WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY)

WEDNESDAY:

WOLVERHAMPTON:

5.25: Four-year-olds have won three of the last six contests, whilst 5/6 have carried nine stones or more.  The last six winners have scored at a top price of 5/1, statistics which include three successful market leaders.

6.25: – All four winners have won at a top price of 3/1 – including two winning favourites.  Four and five-year-olds have equally shared the four contests.

8.25: Four-year-olds have secured four of the last six contests, whilst the last four gold medallists have carried a minimum burden of 9-4.  Market leaders have secured four of the eight renewals.

There is no history to the meeting at CHELMSFORD.

THURSDAY:

DONCASTER:

Class 4 – Three mile handicap chase (scheduled for 1.55): Two of the four contests have been won by favourite during which time, the biggest priced winner scored at 4/1.  All four winners carried a minimum burden of 11-3.

Three mile qualifying handicap hurdle event (scheduled for 3.30): Six-year-olds have won five of the last eight renewals, whilst just one favourite has prevailed via nine contests during the last decade.  Trainers Jonjo O’Neill and Alan King have both saddled two winners during the last eight years, with each handler holding two options at the penultimate stage.

Conditional jockey’s handicap hurdle event (scheduled for 4.40): Six-year-olds have claimed four of the last six renewals, whilst the last seven gold medallists scored at a top price of 10/1.  Market leaders have won three of the last four renewals.

HUNTINGDON:

Class 4 – Limited novice handicap chase (scheduled for 1.45): Seven-year-olds have won five of the last six renewals. Two favourites have won via eight contests during the last decade, whilst five of the last six gold medallists scored at a top price of 7/1.

‘Sidney Banks’ Class 1 event (scheduled for 2.15): Warren Greatrex comes into the race on a hat trick having entered just one horse at the four day stage, namely six-year-old Western Ryder.  Six-year-olds have won six of the last ten renewals, whilst just one market leader has prevailed during the last nine years.  That said, six of the last nine have won at a top price of 9/2.

Class 2 handicap hurdle (scheduled for 2.50): Venetia Williams has won two of the last four contests when represented, with the trainer holding just one card in her hand at the time of writing, namely Bonne Question. Favourites have won three of the last eight contests during the last decade, whilst seven of those winners scored at a top price of 8/1. All eight winners carried a maximum burden of 11-1.

Handicap chase over 30 furlongs at Class 4 level (scheduled for 3.20): Market leaders have won three of the last four contests, whilst six of the last eight gold medallist were returned at 9/1 or less.

Class 4 – 25 furlong handicap hurdle event (scheduled for 3.55): Favourites have won three of the last four renewals, whilst all eight winners during the last decade scored at a top price of 7/1.

Mares flat race (scheduled for 4.30): Five-year-olds have won all four renewals during which time, two favourites wove won, whilst all four gold medallists were returned ay 8/1 or less.

Be lucky as always but as ever – Be aware!

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