Sep 26

Mal Boyle Stats – Wednesday 26th

Tuesday’s School report:

My 200/1 chance ran like a 50/1 loser but having cashed out at 19.5 at lunchtime, it was still a ‘winner’, though not the way I hoped it would be! Two winners on the day at 10/1 (returned at 5/1) and 11/4 + six placed horses, four of which finished second – Grrrrrrr.

Three successive winners in my Beverley analysis eased the pain a tad, whilst my new service offered Nicky Henderson seasonal stats of 4/8 at Warwick going into yesterday and though his first two favourites were beaten, Nicky came up trumps for us with a 12/1 WINNER!

The term ’roundabouts and swings’ comes to mind – best of luck today!

 

WEDNESDAY’S MMA SERVICE AT 6.15:

GOODWOOD (at 6.00): 

3.05: Lady Dancealot – 6/1 (365/Coral/888)

3.35: Threading – 9/2 (Generally available)

4.10: Codicil – 14/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.40: Master Carpenter – 4/1 (Betfair/PP/Coral/Boyle)

5.10: Who Told Jo Jo – 16/1 (Generally available)

PERTH (at 6.05): 

4.20: Bally Broke Breeze – 13/2 (365/BetVictor)

4.50: Younevercall – 8/1 (Ladbrokes/PP/Coral/Boyle)

REDCAR (at 6.10):

2.20: Majestic Appeal – 14/1 (Generally available)

2.50: Al Fajir Mukbile – 9/2 (365)

5.00: Angel Force – 8/1 (365/Ladbrokes/BetViuctor)

6.00: Hadley – 10/1 (Hills)

WOLVERHAMPTON (at 6.15): 

5.45: Sunday Scholar – 11/2 (Skebet/Ladbrokes/Black Type)

6.15: Liberal – 33/1 (Hills)

6.45: Blyton – 9/2 (Paddy Power)

7.15: Charleston Belle – 5/1 (Betfair)

8.15: You’re Cool – 9/1 (365)

9.15: We Are The World – 14/1 (Generally available)

Sep 25

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 25th

Monday’s school report – see details on my Twitter page of yet another good day at the office!

 

TUESDAY’S MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

BEVERLEY (at 6.10): 

3.55: Copper Knight – 11/1 (BetVictor)

5.30: Admiral Anson – 200/1 (PP/Betfair)

6.00: Ventura Crest – 7/1 (365/BetVictor)

WARWICK (at 6.15): 

3.30: Cap Du Nord – 7/2 (Marathon)

4.40: Picamix – 15/2 (Hills/PP)

5.10: Milan Of Crystal – 14/1 (365)

LINGFIELD (at 6.20): 

1.30: Goodwood Showman– 9/4 (Betfair/PP)

2.00: Chinese Alphabet – 5/1 (365/Skybet/BetVictor)

3.45: Welsh Lord – 5/6 (Generally available)

4.20: Keswick – 10/1 (Skybet)

4.50: KIngi Compton – 8/1 (365/Skybet)

5.20: Promina – 13/2 (365/Betfair/Unibet)

CHELMSFORD (at 6.25):

5.45: Hard Taskmaster – 11/4 (Generally available)

7.15: Commander Han – 13/2 (Skybet/BetVictor)

8.15: Blessed To Empire – 7/1 (Betfair)

8.45: Seinesational – 4/1 (Betfair)

 

 

Sep 25

Daily (Beverley) analysis – Tuesday 25th

BEVERLEY – SEPTEMBER 25:

 

2.10: Melgate Magic could (I repeat could) initiate a first/last race double for Mick Easterby, though the 10/1 quote in the trade press for the Harbour Watch gelding looks well wide of the mark in the dead of night.  11/2 looks too big about the tentative selection with Betfair/Paddy Power at the time of writing. I called a Kevin Ryan newcomer the right way on Monday at 9/2 (East won at 9/4) whereby plenty of respect of offered to fellow debutant Power Rush from the yard.

Favourite factor:  Last year’s inaugural 15/8 favourite passed the post but was relgated behind the 5/2 winner.

 

2.45: The eight runners which have already gained experience look nothing out of the ordinary whereby Mark Johnston’s Slade Power newcomer War Chariot has to be of some interest. The sire won on four of his first six assignments, finishing second on the other two occasions and Joe Fanning’s mount looks sure to become competitive at the business end of proceedings in this grade/company.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 11/8 favourite finished out of the frame.

 

3.20: 15 of the last 17 winners of this event carried weights of 8-12 or more which eliminates six horses if you take the stats seriously, taking one jockey claim into account.  Meanwhile, trainers have missed out on an edge as three-year-olds have won three of the last five renewals, yet vintage representatives are only conspicuous by their absence this time around.  Equiano Springs, Keepup Kevin and Archie all possess claims at each way prices from the ‘superior’ sector of the handicap.

Favourite factor: Winning favourites during the last decade are only conspicuous by their absence, though seven gold medallists have scored at priced ranging between 7/2 and 9/1.

 

3.55: Only two four of the eight runners are officially rated in three figures, compared to three twelve months ago. Orvar (Paul Midgley) and Copper Knight (Tim Easterby) represent the only two trainers to have saddled the winner of this event during the last ten years. This pair might interest readers from a small stake perspective, especially at the odds on favourite in the trade press is odds against on the exchanges as I pen this column.

Favourite factor: Ten favourites have won via 20 renewals to date, whilst 14 market leaders have claimed Placepot positions in the process.

 

4.30:  Serious rivals to the recent facile Pontefract winner Detachment appear to be thin on the ground whereby Les Eye’s raider can score for the second time at Beverley.  The soft ground will not have caused a sleepless night for connections which another positive factor.

Favourite factor:  Three of the five favourites have finished in the frame, statistics which include one (3/1) winner.

 

5.00: This is by far the most open of the two divisions of this event though that said, David Loughnane will be hoping for a winner with his only runner on the card with Stringybank Creek.  David secured a 373/1 double on the corresponding card two years ago and the trainer has definite prospects of celebrating another gold medallist this afternoon.  Another to consider is Collingham Park who returns after wind surgery.

Favourite factor:  This is the second division of the previous race on the card. Three of the five favourites have finished in the frame, statistics which include one (3/1) winner.

 

5.30: A tough looking event despite the lack of runners.  I was going to swerve the contest until I noted Paul Hanagan’s ratio of 4/15 this season for Charlie Hills, whereby Athary is the marginal call.

Favourite factor:  This is another new race on the Beverley programme.

 

6.00: A very reliable source ‘oop north’ suggests that John Caesar can go close and I tend to agree with him, especially given the fact that Rebecca Bastiman’s raider won this race last year when carrying an additional six pounds.  A good draw adds interest to this dual course winner, whilst the (soft) ground is the same as it was at the meeting twelve months ago.  The said, the 7/1 quote about Ventura Crest from 365 & BetVictor at the time of writing catches the eye in no uncertain terms.

Favourite factor:  Seven renewals have slipped by since the last favourite favourite prevailed.

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

Sep 24

Daily (Leicester) analysis – Monday 24th

LEICESTER – MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24:

 

2.20: The coupled best odds (at the time of writing) about the Godolphin pair Global Hero (7/4 with BetVictor) and House Of Kings (3/1 with Betfair & Paddy Power) equates to 8/13 which should provide the winner for those of you who want to go for broke after a decent weekend’s punting.  That’s not my style but if it’s yours, the odds should be landed.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 2/1 favourite found one too good when securing a Placepot position.

 

2.50: The second division of the opening event does not look anywhere near as strong (certainly not in depth anyway) whereby Hold Still could be good enough to build on Ascot promise to winning effect.  At 6/5 (the best price on offer in the dead of night) about Faro Angel, I’ll let the race pass without personal intervention.

Favourite factor: This is the second division of the opening event. Last year’s inaugural 2/1 favourite found one too good when securing a Placepot position.

 

3.20: Eight of the last nine winners have carried a maximum burden of 8-13 whereby Lamb Chop and Kodina are short listed.  Gay Kelleway is the only trainer to have saddled two winners during the last decade and the trainer has offered the green light to Johni Boxit.

Favourite factor: The last six winners have scored at a top price of 5/1 though that said, favourites have only won two of the last eight renewals.

 

3.50Kick On Kick On might be allowed another chance as his 3/5 ratio on turf makes for impressive reading.  Certainly the 5/1 on offer with Skybet/Unibet/Betfair/Paddy Power/888 makes plenty of appeal from a win and place viewpoint. At 14/1 (generally available), Equimou is offered up as the alternative each way option.

Favourite factor: Three market leaders have obliged via eight contests thus far, the last seven winners having scored at a top price of 11/2 (favourite). Six of the nine favourites in total have finished in the frame.

 

4.20Forest View offers some value at 10/3 (Betfair/Paddy Power) this morning I’ll wager, especially with Outbox looking a bit cramped as an odds on chance with Coral.

Favourite factor: This is a new race on the Leicester card.

 

4.50: Horses drawn or high or low have dominated in recent years with four of the last seven winners having been drawn in ‘double figures; whilst the other three gold medallists emerged from traps one and two.  Archie Watson continues to lead the Nursery figures, boasting a tally of 9/19 in the two-year-old handicap sector this term.  Archie saddles his recent Brighton winner Gold Arrow with obvious claims from my self-confessed ‘anorak’ perspective.  3/1 is short enough though those odds might reflect the fact that Archie’s Havana Gold filly won in a decent time on the south coast, whilst being one of the oldest horses in the race, her third birthday is not too far away now that nights are starting to close in.  Showu is taken to reach the frame hovering around the 9/1 mark for those who do not like 3/1 chances in two-year-old handicap events.

Favourite factor: Although only two of the last ten renewals have been won by favourites. Level stake investors have only suffered marginal losses as the two winners were returned at 3/1 and 11/4.  Indeed. Seven of the last eleven winners have scored at a top price of 11/2.  That said, only two of the last seven market leaders have finished in the frame.

 

5.20: Three-year-olds have just about dominated thus far and Side Effect is slightly preferred to Elation at the time of writing.  That said, four-year-old Kyllachys Tale might take the beating here having finished six lengths clear when narrowly beaten by a well punted Irish raider the last day.

Favourite factor: Two favourites have won via three renewals, last year’s event having produced a dead heat.

 

5.50: Three-year-olds have secured six of the last nine contests with four of the last five winners having carried 9-3 or more.  There will be worse 25/1 shots on the card than Summer Angel I’ll wager, whilst others that fit the brief include Lethal Angel (albeit a jockey claim potentially relegates the weight to 16 ounces the wrong side of the ‘superior’ mark) and 50/1 chance Snooker Jim, whose real chance might be viewed at half of that price according to the gospel of yours truly in a race that has ‘bookmaker’s result’ written all over it.

Favourite factor: Just two favourites have won during the last decade.

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

Sep 24

Mal Boyle’s Stats – Monday 24th

Sunday’s school report: 

3 WINNERS at 20/1 (returned at 9/2) – 8/1 (5/1) – 15/2 (11/4) – just the one regularly repeated question – where else?

 

Monday’s MMA ‘selections’ at 6.15:

HAMILTON (at 6.00): 

1.30: East – 9/2 (888)

2.00: Geoff Potts – 9/1 (PP)

2.30: Rockley Point – 10/1 Betfair/PP)

3.30: Framley Garth – 13/2 (Generally available)

4.30: Jacob’s Pillow – 7/1 (PP)

LEICESTER (at 6.05): 

3.20: Johni Boxit – 15/2 (PP)

3.50: Kick On Kick On – 5/1 (Skybet/Betfair/PP/Unibet/888)

4.50: Gold Arrow – 3/1 (Generally available)

5.20: Side Effect – 8/1 (365)

5.50: Two to consider: Summer Dream – 25/1 (Generally available) & Snooker Jim (50/1 (Betfair/PP)

KEMPTON (at 6.10): 

3.10: Blame Culture – 11/1 (Betfair/PP)

3.40: Ventura Island – 22/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.10: Abanica – 16/1 (Generally available)

4.40: Polybius – 3/1 (Unibet)

5.10: Quargent – 7/1 (365/BetVictor)

5.40: Two to consider: Zamandas – 5/1 (Betfair/PP) & Taurean Dancer – 14/1 (Ladbrokes/Betfair/PP/Unitbet)

NEWCASTLE (at 6.15):

6.00: Nadine – 16/1 (PP)

6.30: Wild Abandon – 9/4 (Skybet)

7.00: Turgenev – 5/6 (365/Skybet/BetVictor)

7.30: Smashing Lass – 13/2 (365/PP)

8.30: Wasted Sunsets – 13/2 (365)

9.00: Roman Spinner – 9/1 (Ladbrokes)

Sep 23

Daily (Plumpton) analysis – with official going report

Going – “Good” (good to soft in places) – drizzle will probably continue to fall until early afternoon – could produce some heavier bursts…

 

PLUMPTON – SEPTEMBER 23

 

2.20: Four-year-olds lead the five-year-olds 3-2 via less than 36% of the total number of runners thus far.  Indeed, vintage representative have won three from four really, as no four-year-olds contested the race two years ago.  Unfortunately this year’s pair of four-year-olds do not look up to the mark whereby I would opt (tentatively) for High Command.

Favourite factor: Four of the five favourites have secured Placepot positions, statistics which include three (2/1, Evens & 1/3) winners.

 

2.55: East Indies won this contest last year and was a winner on the corresponding card in 2016 whereby the treble is on the cards today, providing not too much raid adds to the wet stuff which fell in the region yesterday.  Sophie Leech has a few decent chances on the card, start8ng with Garo De Juilley who as punted overnight.

Favourite factor: Three of the four market leaders (via three renewals) have finished in the frame, including one of the two 10/3 joint favourites in the inaugural year which won the relevant contest, before last year’s 11/4 favourite obliged.

 

3.25: My stats are offered for you to peruse but when it comes to seven-year-olds dominating contests, I too am sceptical in terms of the worth of the figures.  When horses turn five I tend not to take the results too seriously though it’s still worth reporting that seven-year-olds have won five of the last nine renewals of this event.  Today’s trio of vintage representatives are around the 11/8 mark to extend the ratio, the pick of which appear to be More Than Luck and Orchestrated.  More money (some has already been noted) for Between The Waters would add interest to proceedings.

Favourite factor: Seven renewals had slipped by since the last favourite prevailed during which time, every market leader had failed to finish in the frame – before last year’s 7/4 jolly prevailed in a win only contest.

 

4.00: Alan King has saddled three of the last ten winners (includes two of the last three renewals) and it will be interesting to see if his raider Royal Household can score today as his last two winners of the contest went on to win next time out as well, whilst the other snared a subsequent/relevant silver medal.

Favourite factor: Four favourites have won during the last eleven during which time, ten gold medallists scored at a top price of 5/1.  Last year’s contest offered more sobering news as both of the 9/4 joint favourites finished out of the (short field) frame.  New readers might like to know that the term short field relates to 5/6/7 runner races in which only the first two horses home reward each way/Placepot investors.

 

4.30: The last four winners (of five in total) have carried a minimum burden of 10-13 which eliminates half of the dead eight declarations if you take the stats seriously.  Anteros gets into the positive mix despite a claimer aboard and Sophie Leech’s ten year old (senior statesman) could represent value for money at 9/1 with Skybet/Betfair/Paddy Power) this morning.  Ian Williams celebrated yet another four winner haul on a Saturday yesterday and his seven-year-old Yeats gelding Psychedelic Rock should emerge as the main threat to the speculative selection.

Favourite factor: Five of the seven favourites (via five renewals) have finished in the frame, statistics which include four successful market leaders of one kind or another.

 

5.00: Six-year-olds have won the last four renewals when represented, albeit via 44% of the total number of runners in the respective events.  Just two (outsiders) have been declared this time around, with Robin De Broome seemingly superior to Chasing Headlights.  If the sequence is to end today, Top Chief would be the call.

Favourite factor: Five of the last eight favourites have won during which time, the biggest priced winner was sent off at 7/1.  Seven of the last eight market leaders have secured Placepot positions.

 

5.35: Available at 14/1 with Betfair and Paddy Power in the dead of night, Scrutinise would be of interested if money started to come for Richard Johnson’s mount.  I would not become involved in the race if that scenario fails to evolve.

Favourite factor: Two of the three favourites have reached the frame, stats which include the inaugural 11/4 winner.

Sep 23

Mal Boyle Stats – Sunday 23rd

Saturday school report:

Another great day which you can read about on my Twitter page if you wish – 7 WINNERS (including those at 14/1, 9/1, 9/1, 7/1, 5/1 & 9/2) + 33/1 placed horse in Ayr’s Silver Cup…..

 

Sunday’s MMA selections at 6.15 am:

PLUMPTON (at 6.05):

2.55: Garo De Juilley – 6/1 (Betfair/Skybet/365/PP/Betway)

3.25: Between The Waters – 9/1 (Generally available)

4.30: Anteros – 9/1 (Skybet/Betfair/PP)

5.35: Scrutinise – 14/1 (Betfair/PP)

UTTOXETER (at 6.10): 

3.15: Equus Miller – 15/2 (Betfair/PP)

3.50: Cobra De Mai – 4/1 (Betfair)

4.20: Two to consider: Solstalla – 9/2 (Skybet) & Soiesauvage – 20/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.50: Monday Club – 8/1 (Generally available)

5.25: Stormbound Bomber – 8/1 (Betfair/PP) & Modeligo – 9/1 (Betfair/PP)

HAMILTON (at 6.15): 

4.40: Palindrome – 13/2 (365)

5.10: Liar’s Corner – 6/1 (365/BetVictor)

Sep 22

Daily analysis (Newbury analysis + Ayr stats and selections) – Saturday 22nd

NEWBURY – SEPTEMBER 22

1.15: Not a race to take a short price about a horse from my viewpoint and two outsiders that might reward minimum stake each way investors are named as Mardle (25/1 with Betfair) and Dargel (20/1 with Hills).

Favourite factor: Although four favourites have won via the last twelve renewals of this event, two 50/1 chances were cheered home by the vast majority of bookmakers during the study period.

 

1.45: David Egan has been earning lots of plaudits of late and his mount Mountain Angel would receive plenty of applause if successful this afternoon judged on the support overnight.  Berenger is my idea of the alternative each way option.

Favourite factor: Four joint/co favourites have won this event during the last eleven which given the competitive nature of the contest, is not a bad record at all. Indeed, the last eleven winners have scored at a top price of 14/1, with three of the four 8/1 co market leaders finishing in the frame twelve months ago. Media types quote strange words about “outsiders” these days, with one famous broadcaster announcing that an 8/1 chance was an outsider the other day!  The top priced winner quoted above was one of 20 contenders on the day and unless a horse wins at 16/1 or more this afternoon, I would not call the relevant winner an outsider, even if the gold medallist scored at 14/1.  Only when a horse is returned at a price bigger than the ‘number of runners’ can it be classed as a true outsider in my book, irrespective of what form lines the thoroughbred might/might not boast before a race.

 

2.20: This Group 3 contest was formerly known as the ‘Arc Trial’ on the corresponding day down the years but even though we have a competitive event to witness today, this year’s representatives would (respectfully) have to start now if they were going to reach the frame (let alone win) the ‘Arc’ this time around!  Last year’s winner Desert Encounter bids to make this David Simcock’s fourth successive winner in the race and there must be a chance that the popular trainer can achieve what would be a fine record.  Plenty of others have chances despite the small field, including Extra Elusive from my viewpoint despite being hiked up in class.

Favourite factor: Although only two favourites have won this event during the last eleven years, the biggest priced winner was returned at just 15/2.

 

2.55: The more business being done this morning on the exchanges, the more I find this a difficult race to call.  There are plenty of other events to bet on this afternoon whereby I will pass this time around, despite having offered up last year’s winner at 10/3.

Favourite factor: Market leaders came to the gig on a hat trick last year (finished second), favourites of one description or another having secured five of the last seven renewals during which time, the biggest priced winner was returned at 4/1.

 

3.30: Another tough race on the card to call, though the booking of Gerald Mosse aboard Richard Fahey’s raider Mr Lupton catches the eye and no mistake. Gerald takes his second ride for the trainer this season, with a ratio of 1/6 for Richard down the years via a 10/1 winner, roughly the same price as Mr Lupton (at the time of writing) on this occasion.

Favourite factor: Five of the last eight renewals have been secured by favourites, the biggest priced winner during the period having been returned at 8/1, with seven gold medallists have scored at 9/2 or less.

 

4.05: If I had to go for one here it would be Hemocrates with SDS aboard, Richard Hannon’s raider having attracted some business in the dead of night at around the 8/1 mark.

Favourite factor: This is the second division of the opening event on the Newbury card, whereby the same stats apply; although four favourites have won via the last twelve renewals of this event, two 50/1 chances were cheered home by the vast majority of bookmakers during the study period.

 

4.40Emenem was the subject of the 14/1 MMA call this morning (Ladbrokes), though the likes of Temple Church and Infrastructure also boast win and place claims at each way prices according to the gospel of yours truly.

Favourite factor: Just one winning favourite to report during the last decade, though nine of the winners during the study period scored at a top price of 8/1.

 

5.15: The last four renewals have been won by horses carrying a minimum burden of 9-6 and it would come as no surprise if Letsbe Avenue went close off a relevant weight in the finale.  Bertog was also the subject of plenty of support overnight from further down the (three-year-old) handicap.

Favourite factor: Four of the last seven (open) contests have been snared by favourites of one description or another.

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

 

AYR: (5 year study period – last year’s meeting was abandoned)

40 races – 9 winning favourites – 30/40 winners scored at a top price of 11/1

Leading trainer at the corresponding meeting during the study period:

6 winners—Richard Fahey (25/1, 18/1, 9/1, 13/2, 6/1* & 5/1) – 17 runners at Ayr today!!!

Ayr Silver Cup (2.40):

Richard Fahey has saddled two of the last eight winners at 18/1 & 8/1 with the trainer having declared 4 runners today, with Bengali Boys possibly leading the other trio home.   The ‘selection’ last won when lifting Newbury’s Super Sprint event by six lengths – on soft ground.

Six of the last seven winners have carried 9-2 or more, stats which eliminate 4 runners this afternoon taking jockey claims into account.

No winning favourites have been recorded since 2009 during the which time, the average priced winner was returned at 16/1.

Ayr Gold Cup (3.50):

Kevin Ryan has saddled four of the last eleven winners at 20/1, 16/1 & 11/1 (twice) – Kevin has entered four horses this time around.  Tarentum Star (has won on soft ground) could prove to be the pick of the quartet on this occasion…

Only one favourite has won this event via the last 21 renewals during which time, the two 33/1 winners were the biggest priced gold medallists.

Eight of the last nine winners carried a minimum burden of 9-1, stats which eliminate 11 horses today, figures which include jockey allowances.

Sep 22

Mal Boyle Stats – Saturday 22nd

Friday’s school report:

6 WINNERS to report from yesterday at 12/1 (returned at 10/3), 6/1 (9/4), 5/1 (9/2), 9/2 (9/4), 9/2 (4/1) & 2/1 (8/11) – four ‘selections’ finished second at 8/1 (5/1), 5/1 (8/1), 4/1 (5/2) & 4/1 (3/1) which would have made a fine day an even better one had they gone one better!

Best of luck today guys…

 

SATURDAY ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

AYR (at 6.05):

1.25: Ventura Bay – 8/1 (Ladbrokes)

2.00: Borderforce – 15/2 (Hills/Betfair/PP)

2.40: Confessional – 33/1 Betfair/PP)

3.15: Two to consider: Firelight – 7/1 (Generally available) & Summer Daydream (12/1 (Generally available)

3.50: Muntadab – 14/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.55: Hajjam – 9/1 (Betfair/PP)

5.30: Two to consider: Wax And Wane – 12/1 PP) &  Darksideoftarnside – 14/1 (Ladbrokes/Coral/Black Type)

CATTERICK (at 6.10): 

2.25: Dream Poet – 4/1 (Generally available)

3.00: Di Alta – 11/2 (Generally available)

3.35: Raypeteafterme – 15/2 (Betfair/PP)

4.20: India – 9/2 (Generally available)

5.50: Zebulon – 9/1 (PP)

NEWBURY (at 6.20): 

1.15: Kaafy – 14/1 (Betfair/PP)

2.20: Extra Elusive – 9/1 (Betbright)

2.55: True Mason – 3/1 (Generally available)

3.30: Mr Lupton – 9/1 (Hills/BetVictor)

4.05: Hermocrates (15/2 (365/Betfair/BetVictor)

4.40: Emenem – 14/1 (Ladbrokes)

5.15: Two to consider: Letsbe Avenue – 11/2 (Betfair/PP) & Bertog – 12/1 (Betfair/PP)

NEWMARKET (at 6.25):

2.10: Ever Changing – 10/3 (365)

2.45: Colonel Frank – 12/1 (Betfair/PP)

3.20: Elysium Dream – 12/1 (Sky/Marathon/888)

4.30: Brother McGonagall – 13/2 (Marathon)

5.00: Perfect Summer – 15/2 (Betfair)

5.35: Captain Colby – 7/1 (Betfair)

CHELMSFORD (at 6.30):

 2.15: War Glory – 17/2 (Marathon)

3.25: Two to consider: Lord Riddiford – 7/1 (Generally available) & Consequences – 33/1 (Generally available)

4.00: Royal Mezyan – 10/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.35: Two to consider: Rydan – 5/1 (PP) & Gravity Wave – 13/2 (Betfair/PP)

5.05: Swordbill – 6/4 (Betfair)

WOLVERHAMPTON (at 6.40):

5.10: Takeachancejimmy – 5/1 (365/BetVictor)

6.15: Darwina – 4/1 (Skybet)

6.45: Porchy Party – 7/1 (Betfair/PP)

8.15: Dubai Icon – 5/2 (Betfair/PP)

8.45: Sarstedt – 8/1 (Ladbrokes/Betfair/PP)

Sep 21

Daily (Newbury) analysis – Friday 21st

NEWBURY – SEPTEMBER 21

1.10True Hero looks the part after a decent debut effort at Windsor though whether 15/8 is a true valuation (35% probability factor) of his chance (7/4 with some firms) remains to be seen.

Favourite factor: Five of the last eleven contests were won by favourites during which time (apart from one rogue 20/1 gold medallists), the biggest priced winner was returned at 9/1.

 

1.45Breath Of Air is the horse for money at the time of writing with 9/2 still available, though Hills only have the Charlie Hills raider at 7/2.

Favourite factor: This is the second division of the opening race at Newbury whereby the same stats apply; five of the last eleven contests were won by favourites during which time (apart from one rogue 20/1 gold medallists), the biggest priced winner was returned at 9/1.

 

2.20: The only overnight money came for Communique, whilst offering the sobering message that just two favourites have won during the last eleven years.  That said, ten of the last eleven winners have scored at a top price of 9/1.  Three-year-olds have snared five of the last ten renewals which is a pointer towards Communique and (to a fashion) Infrastructure, two of the three junior raiders in the line-up on this occasion.

Favourite factor: Only one market leader has scored during the last ten years, whilst further news is listed above.

 

2.50: Richard Hannon has saddled two of the last three winners of this juvenile event whereby the declaration of Dirty Rascal must be treated with respect, especially given his consistent form this season.  Indeed, ‘Team Hannon’ have saddled a total of eight winners during the last six years at the corresponding meeting which adds confidence to the selection.  Deira Surprise could outrun her 14/1 quote from my viewpoint, especially receiving ten pounds from the colt if Jason Watson can claim all three pounds of his (value for money) allowance.

Favourite factor: The biggest priced winner scored at 15/2 via just the five renewals to date, with one (4/5) market leader having prevailed thus far.

 

3.25Beat Le Bon is another Richard Hannon raider on the card with obvious claims.  Indeed, an argument could be made that this Richard’s strongest representative of the seven inmates declared on today’s Newbury card.

Favourite factor: Four renewals had slipped by since the last favourite obliged though to be entirely fair, the biggest priced gold medallist during those brief barren years was returned at just 11/2 – before last year’s 13/8 market leader obliged.  Four of the last nine contests have now been snared by favourites of one description or another.

 

3.55: Three-year-olds have won seven of the last ten renewals and I could have given an each way squeak to Good Effort had all the rain not arrived last night in Bristol, some of which must surely have hit Newbury.  More logical winners from the three-year-old ranks I guess are Nebo and Red Mist

Favourite factor: Although the biggest priced winner was returned at just 8/1 during the last ten years, only two successful market leaders were registered during the period.

 

4.30: The 5/2 quotes have nearly dried up about the chance of Ice Gala who I pinpointed at 6.15 at that price on my MMA page.  Only 888 are offering those odds and that might not be for much longer I’ll wager.  That said, Fashion’s Star in an interesting newcomer and if holding the 4/1 price on offer nearer flag-fall, Roger Charlton’s newcomer would have to be taken seriously.

Favourite factor: Five of the last seven renewals have been won by market leaders though just as we were beginning to take great results for granted (a 5/2 chance won one of the other two contests), a 25/1 chance upset the applecart last year.

 

5.05: We endured howling winds and lots of rain in Bristol last night and if plenty of the wet stuff went on to fall at Newbury, Bombastic (a beaten favourite on last year’s corresponding card) would make some appeal at around the 16/1 mark. You might like for betting in running as the Ed De Giles raider tends to use up a lot of energy early doors in his races and being stepped up in trip now, such antics would seriously affect his chance of reaching the frame.  Others to consider include Master Carpenter (too big earlier this morning at 14/1 with Marathon from my viewpoint) and Exec Chef.

Favourite factor: only one favourite has prevailed during the last six years, with 16/1 and 14/1 chances being among the decent results for bookmakers of late.

 

 

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

 

 

Sep 21

Mal Boyle Stats – Friday 21st

Thursday’s school report:

It was ‘one of those days’ (and then some) yesterday when the only 4/1 winner (returned at 5/2) was backed up by four placed horses (15/1, 13/2, 13/2 & 9/2) and three non runners.

Thankfully Round The Island scored for us at 8/1 in the finale at Pontrfract via my analysis which pinpointed just two horses in the race.

I guess we were due for that type of day after some very encouraging results during the last ten days or so whereby I will put it down to experience and simply craic on!

 

FRIDAY’S ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

NEWBURY (6.15 am):

1.45: Breath Of Air – 9/2 (Generally available)

2.20: Communique – 5/1 (888)

3.25: Beat Le Bon – 11/8 (Betfair/888/PP/Unibet)

3.55: Mankib – 9/2 (Generally available)

4.30: Ice Gala – 5/2 (PP/888)

5.05: Master Carpenter – 14/1 (Marathon)

AYR (6.20 am): 

2.00: Chapman Billy – 12/1 (Generally available)

2.30: Dream Of Honour – 6/1 (Skybet/BetVictor)

3.05: Two to consider: Cosmic Law – 9/2 (Generally available) & Vintage Brut – 8/1 (Marathon/888)

3.35: Beauty Filly – 8/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.10: Dalton – 10/1 (365/BetVictor)

NEWTON ABBOT (6.25 am): 

2.10: Quite By Chance – 7/2 (PP)

2.40: Two to consider: Scoop The Pot – 4/1 (Marathon) & Fair Exchange – 12/1 (Betfair/PP)

3.15: Casement – 5/2 (365/BetVictor)

3.45: Two to consider: Heluvagood – 9/1 (Generally available) & Take The High Road – 33/1 (SDkybet/BetVictor/888)

4.20: Highway One To One – 2/1 (Betfair/PP)

4.55: Hoover Fever – 50/1 (Betfair/PP)

NEWCASTLE (at 6.30 am):

5.50: Tuff Rock – 4/1 (Generaly available)

6.20: Two to consider: Good Man – 5/1 (Skybet) & New Britain – 33/1 (Betfair/PP)

6.50: Victoriano – 3/1 (365/Hills/BetVictor)

7.20: Paco Ecostar – 10/3 (Betfair)

7.50: Sheedy – 12/1 (Betfair/PP)

8.20: Power Link – 6/1 (Betfair/PP)

8.50: Windforpower – 3/1 (365/Betfair/PP)

Sep 20

Mal’s Daily (Pontefract) analysis – Thursday 20th

PONTEFRACT – SEPTEMBER 20

 

2.10: The favourite stats below make for compulsive reading though today’s (predicted) onset of rain throughout the land suggests that form lines could go base over apex.  The top three in the market should provide the winner yet again though not one them stands out from the others really, albeit the positive money this morning is for the shortest priced of the trio, namely Serengeti Song.

Favourite factor: This is one of the strongest races for favourites throughout the entire year at Pontefract, with seven of the last eleven market leaders having won. Indeed, the biggest priced winner during the decade had been recorded at just 10/3 before last year’s 9/1 winner reared its ugly head.

 

2.40: All eleven winners during the study period carried 8-10 or more to victory, statistics which eliminates plenty of declarations this time around, hopefully leaving the likes of Etisalat, Christopher Wood and Leigh’s Law to dominate proceedings at the business end of the contest.

Favourite factor: Three clear market leaders and one joint favourite have won during the last seven years.  All eleven winners in as many years scored at a top price of 10/1.

 

3.15: Owen Burrows/Ryan Moore were expected to go close in the previous event with Etisalat and another contender representing the bandwagon might keep up the good work, namely Najashee.  Mulligatawny could be scuppered by rain which should have reached Pontefract Park by the time flag fall arrives, though the wet stuff will likely add to the chance of Victory Chime if the scenario evolves early enough in the day for Ralph Beckett’s raider.

Favourite factor: Two of the five favourites have snared Placepot positions by winning their respective events.  The other trio of market leaders finished well down the field.

 

3.45: Three-year-olds have recorded seven victories in the last eleven years, stats which include four of the last five winners of this Class2 handicap for fillies. Not much jumps off the page in all honesty though I note that Mick Channon saddled the winners two year ago (representative was withdrawn twelve months ago), whereby I might have small each interests on his pair here which are both quoted at 20/1 at the time of writing, namely Tricksy Spirit and Neola.  Any rain would not go against their respective chances which is more than you can say for some of the entries on offer at much shorter odds.

Favourite factor: Four winning favourites to report during the last eleven years, with nine gold medallists have scored at a top price of 15/2.  That said, the two winners were returned at 33/1 & 16/1.

 

4.20: Here we go (yet) again with the ever present staying contest on a Pontefract card which is just about the only negative vibe I report relating to the lovely west Yorkshire venue.  Regular readers will know that I really don’t like these glorified ‘greyhound races’ in which the runners shake hooves as they enter the stalls, before deciding which one of them is going to win today.  Believing that I am in a minority of one, I will offer up Rubenesque, Pepper Street and So Near So Farhh against their eight rivals before retiring to the bar.

Favourite factor: Two successful clear market leaders have been registered during the last eleven alongside two joint favourites.  All eleven winners during the study period scored at a top price of 11/1.

 

4.55: This is a new race on the Pontefract card and with just three runners being attracted to contest the event, there must be a strong (odds on) chance that the race will be lost after this debacle.

 

5.25: I note than local trainer Richard Whitaker won the race last year and with two representatives plying their trade in the finale, I’m opting for the pair of inmates which are listed in marginal order of preference, namely Dawn Breaking and Round The Island. Richard has produced dozen of ‘rabbits from hats’ down the years and this pair represent value over their rivals from my viewpoint.

Favourite factor: Two successful market leaders to report via eight renewals.  Five of the eight gold medallists scored at a top price of 4/1.

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

 

Sep 20

Mal Boyle Stats – Thursday 20th

Wednesday’s school report:

4 MMA WINNERS yesterday at 10/1 (returned at 7/1), 8/1 (5/1), 11/2 (4/1) & 10/3 (9/4) – backed up by three placed ‘selections’, one of which was a 22/1 chance!

Not a bad day at all at what can prove to be a difficult time of the year – thankfully not for us – back soon with today’s listings from 6.00 (ish) – one meeting at a time as indicated yesterday.  Be lucky!

 

THURSDAY’S  ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.15:

PONTEFRACT:

2.40: Etisalat – 5/1 Ladbrokes/Hills/Marathon)

3.15: Victory Chime – 7/2 (365/Hills/Marathon/888)

4.20: Rubenesque – 9/2 (PP)

5.25: Dawn Breaking 12/1 (Generally available)

AYR: 

2.00: Roller – 13/2 (Unibet)

2.30: Zoravan – 14/1 (Hills/Betfair/PP)

4.45: Raquet – 14/1 (Hills)

5.20: Buinarroti – 3/1 (Betfair/PP)

YARMOUTH: 

1.50: Sky Patrol – 8/1 (Marathon/Betfair/PP)

3.25: Elegiac – 13/2 (Betfair/PP

4.35: Errisimus Maximus – 10/1 (Generally available)

5.10: Nobelman’s Rest – 4/1 (Generally available)

CHELMSFORD:

5.45: Jack’s Point – 5/1 (Betbright)

6.45: Monumental Man – 13/2 (Hills/Marathon/Betfair/PP)

8.45: Katabatika – 15/2 (Generally available)

9.15: Ainne – 13/2 (Betbright)

Sep 19

Daily (Sandown) analysis – Wednesday 19th

SANDOWN – SEPTEMBER 19

 

1.40: Some housekeeping to attend to before I commence play as 37/43 winners at this correspond meeting during the last six years have won at a top price of 9/1, stats which include no less than 17 successful favourites!  Four of the five winners of the opening event have carried a minimum weight of 9-1 thus far, stats which eliminate the bottom four horses in the handicap if you believe in trends which by now (after 18 years of daily advice), you should do!  The pick of the relevant ‘survivors’ will hopefully prove to be Saaheq.  Operative is offered up as the alternative each way option.

Favourite factor: Five favourites to date and we have only witnessed one finishing in the frame!  That said, all five winners have, at least, been returned in single figures (9/1, 7/1, 5/1, 4/1 & 7/2).

 

2.10: Providing that the William Haggas raider Dalaalaat can give away ‘months’ successfully here, the Kingman colt should go close, if his May 16 foaling date does not go against him, particularly with so many in form yards involved.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 9/4 favourite duly obliged.

 

2.35: Charlie Appleby has won with his last three runners and looks to hold the call here having declared his New Approach colt Good Fortune to potentially winning effect.  Double Kodiac is considered next best unless Sir Michael Stoute’s Noble Mission newcomer Laafy is anything out of the ordinary.

Favourite factor: The inaugural 1/3 favourite duly obliged before the subsequent pair of market leaders failed to follow suit.

 

3.15: Seven of the nine recent winners of this Listed event have scored at a top price of 9/2, whilst three-year-olds have claimed five of the last seven contests.

The pick of the junior representatives on this occasion should prove to be Wadilsafa from the Owen Burrows yard which saddled a winning favourite at last year’s corresponding meeting.  Four-year-old Archtype represents Simon Crisford who has won with three of his last four runners, meriting the alternative vote accordingly.

Favourite factor: Three clear market leaders and one joint favourite have prevailed via nine renewals during the last eleven years.  Seven of the eleven favourites have claimed Placepot positions thus far.

 

3.50: Ten of the last thirteen winners of this Class 4 handicap event for fillies have carried a maximum weight of 8-13, including three gold medallists which were returned at 33/1, 16/1 & 14/1.  Miss Mumtaz and Daybreak (listed in order of preference) are offered up as win and place types given the stats and facts available.

Favourite factor: Three clear market leaders have won at 7/2, 3/1 & 15/8 alongside a 6/1 co favourite during the last thirteen years though that said, the last five jollies have finished out of the frame.

 

4.20: The last eleven winners have carried 8-12 or more to victory which bodes well for my 11/2 MMA ‘selection’ Whitlock at 6.14 this morning.  Half an hour later, John Gosden raider is as short as 4/1 and as reported on my Twitter page this morning, every minute counts!  Such moves do not guarantee returns obviously but beating the book is so important at this time of the morning. Andrew Balding held five options for this meeting at the weekend but only saddles the one runner in the cold light of day, Dawn Dancer being the horse is question in this event.

Favourite factor: The last nine winners have scored at a top price of 8/1 though just two successful market leaders were registered during the period.  Seven of the last eleven favourites have snared Placepot positions.

 

4.55: Three-year-olds have won all three contests to date which is par for the course in mixed vintage events; hence I’m opting for Hyperactive who is James Fanshawe’s only runner on the card, the trainer boasting a recent ratio of 29% strike rate via four winners, stats which have produced 14 points of level stake profits.

Favourite factor: Although the inaugural 3/1 favourites obliged two years ago. Both of last year’s market leaders failed to reach the frame in the two relevant divisions of the contest.

 

5.25: Mystic Meg is likely to be a popular order in the finale and I doubt the SP will match (or better) the 7/2 quote which was available overnight until around 5.30 this morning.  Accordingly, I reported a 10/3 price for MMA purposes.

Favourite factor: This is the second division of the previous race on the card, whereby the same stats apply.

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

 

Sep 19

Mal Boyle Stats – Wednesday 19th

Tuesday’s school report: 

The least impressive day over the course of the last eight days – 2 WINNERS at 13/2 (returned at 7/1) & 11/4 (3/1) – three second placed horses would have done us proud at 7/1 (8/1), 9/2 (5/1) & 5/2 (13/8) had they gone one better but then again, ‘if’ is the biggest word in racing….

WEDNESDAY ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

SANDOWN:

1.40: Operative – 7/1 (Betbright)

3.15: Archetype – 13/2 (Betfair)

4.20: Whitlock – 11/2 (365/Betfair/BetVictor)

5.25: Mystic Meg – 10/3 (Skybet/Marathon/BetVictor)

BEVERLEY: 

1.50: Four Wheel Drive – 9/2 (Generally available)

2.50: Ey Up Its Mick – 20/1 (365/BetVictor)

4.30: Van Gerwin – 11/2 (Marathon)

5.35: Se You – 22/1 Betfair/PP)

YARMOUTH: 

2.00: Savannahs Show – 9/1 (Generally available)

3.00: Reeves – 16/1 (Generally available)

3.35: Sheikha Reika – 10/1 (Skybet/BetVictor)

4.05: Enigmatic – 8/1 (Generally available)

4.40: Nicklaus – 8/1 (Skybet/BetVictor/Black Type )

5.40: Qaaraat – 14/1 (Generally available)

KELSO:

4.10: Falak – 5/2 (Skybet)

6.15: De Potting Shed – 11/2 (Generally available)

6.45: Goldencard – 7/2 (Betfair/PP)

Sep 18

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 18th

Monday’s School report: 

Three WINNERS on Monday at 8/1 (returned at 7/1), 9/2 (4/1) & 11/10 (4/7) – any one of the three placed horses (2 x 8/1 & 4/1) would have added icing on the cake but hey, we had yet another winning day so we must not be too greedy I guess!

 

TUESDAY’S  ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.15:

REDCAR:

2.40: Uncle Norman – 11/1 (generally available)

3.10: Kentucky Connection – 14/1 (Generally available)

3.40: Suitcase ‘N’ Taxi – 6/1 (Generally available)

4.10: Mon Beau Visage – 7/1 (888)

5.10: Affair – 9/2 (Betfair)

YARMOUTH: 

2.20: Swindler – 5/2 (Unibet)

2.50: Hamlul – 3/1 (Betfair)

3.20: Right About Now – 13/2 (Generally available)

3.50: Danecase – 8/1 (365)

LINGFIELD: 

2.30: Asaatier – 9/2 (Betfair)

3.00: Ripley – 11/2 (Betfair)

4.30: Oasis Fantasy – 11/4 (Generally)

5.00: Hint Of Grey – 7/2 (365)

KEMPTON:

7.00: The Warrior – 10/1 (Generally available)

8.00: Kendergarten Kop – 15/2 (Betfair)

8.30: Saint Mac – 5/1 (Betfair/PP)

Sep 18

Daily Analysis – Tuesday 18th

YARMOUTH – SEPTEMBER 18

1.50: Mark Johnston endured a slow start to the Nursery season but has now saddled six winners in the two-year-old handicap sector whereby Massam can be backed with a degree of confidence I guess, though the trade press price of 11/10 will be difficult to obtain, with 4/5 firmly in place at the time of writing with plenty of 8/11 beginning to appear.

Favourite factor: Four favourites have won via the last eight contests during which time, five market leaders have claimed Placepot positions.

 

2.20: The boys and girls in the trade press office seem to have got this race base over apex as well having put Magic J in at 6/1, despite Ed Vaughan’s Scat Daddy raider being an expensive purchase with Oisin Murphy booked to ride.  That said, Swindler and Excelled both posted positive debut efforts whereby this will be anything but a stroll in the park for the projected favourite, likely as not.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 3/1 favourite duly obliged.

 

2.50: All six winners have carried a maximum burden of 9-1 which suggests that Great Beyond and Hamlul should finish in from of Bombyx. The 3/1 quote available with Betfair about the latter named Sir Michael Stoute raider might not last too long this morning I’ll wager. – win, lose or draw.

Favourite factor: Favourites came to the gig on a hat trick twelve months ago having secured three of the previous four renewals.  The last six market leaders have all finished in the frame despite last year’s 5/4 jolly finding one too good close home.

 

3.20: This is all but a seller in all honesty with horses contesting the race from marks of 46 up to just 62.  ‘Odds’ of 15/8 are freely available on the exchanges in the dead of night despite Long Call being quoted at 5/4 almost right across the board by bookmakers.  That price looks sure to ease throughout the morning but what might beat the projected jolly is not obvious by any means. I guess the 6/1 quote from Paddy Power/Betfair might attract some win and place money, soon rather than later in the day.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 13/8 market leader finished five lengths adrift of the 18/1 winner despite securing the silver medal.

 

3.50: I have a lot of time for Jason Weaver as a general rule but his quote of Richard Spencer being on “hot form” on Saturday after saddling a winner was taken to task by yours truly at the time and with Richard now having saddled just one of his last fourteen runners to winning effect, I expect Mark Johnston’s ex pilot feels like eating his words!  I have long since suggested that you should not believe all you read and hear relating to the sport of kings and this is a classic example of why.  Richard saddles Strategic Heights on this occasion and 12/1 might attract some support (not without each way claims), whilst Lalania will be difficult to kick out of the frame according to the gospel of yours truly.  Whether Oisin’s mount will win as another matter entirely, though the Stuart Williams raider is being well supported at the time of writing.

Favourite factor: Last year’s inaugural 11/4 market leader finished in mid-div (fifth of nine) twelve months ago behind horses which filled the frame at 11/2 – 15/2 – 16/1.

 

4.20: We have another uneasy market leader on the card to contend with here with Heavenly Guest proving to be anything but popular having been chalked up at 5/4 with some firms.  Ralph Beckett has won with two of his last three runners whereby Poyle George Two could prove to be the pick of the shorter priced runners, though this is not my type of race at all.

Favourite factor: This is a new race on the Yarmouth card.

 

4.50: Five-year-old War Whisper attempts to become the fifth vintage representative to lift this prize during the last eight years, with Oisin Murphy having yet another decent chance of riding a winner on the programme.  Three-year-olds have won two of the last three contests and Wiff Waff and Queen Of Desire look sure to offer some resistance at the business end of proceedings.

Favourite factor: Three of the last four favourites have prevailed whilst the last six gold medallists have scored at a top price of 11/2.

 

All place details offered on my pages relate to an ‘exact science’, whereby horses that finish third in 5/6/7 runner races (and other such scenarios) are not ‘placed’ regarding my statistics.

Sep 17

Daily analysis – Monday 17th

All today’s course winners at the four venues are listed here, alongside their ratios at other courses by comparison…

BRIGHTON:

2.10:

1/4–Light Of Air (1/20 at other venues)

2.40–No qualifiers

3.10:

2/7–The Special One (1/15) – won a division of this race last year

2/3–Imbucato (0/11)

4/18–Perfect Pastime (7/74)

1/4–Harlequin Rose (0/15)

3.40: 

1/2–Suits Us (2/30)

2/8–Admiral Art (8/50)

5/16–Live Dangerously (3/61)

1/5–Corporal Maddox (12/121)

4.10:

1/1–Wiley Post (3/22)

1/3–Harry Beau (2/24)

3/5–King Crimson (6/51)

1/2–Cristal Deauville (2/13)

4/11–Andalusite (1/25)

2/2–Arcanista (1/41)

4.40: 

1/3–Frantical (2/33)

2/5–Tigerfish (2/30)

5.10: 

2/5–Baltic Prince (12/92) – won on the card last year

6/22–Good Luck Charm (2/51)

3/16–Buzz Lightyere (1/14)

1/3–Narjes (0/17)

1/2–Holdenhurst (0/4)

3/21–Solveig’s Song (2/36)

5.40: 

1/4–Terri Rules (3/18)

1/2–Haveoneyerself (1/18)

2/8–Ask The Guru (8/73)

 

HEXHAM:

2.00–No qualifiers

2.30: 

1/12–Reverse The Charge (0/22)

3.00: 

4/7–Desert Island Dusk (0/23)

3.30–No qualifiers

4.00: 

1/5–Wazowski (1/20)

2/9–Cherry Princess (0/9)

4.30: 

2/8–Quick Brew (1/37)

2/7–See Double You (4/45)

1/4–Frank The Slink (3/31)

5.00: 

1/5–Andhaar (3/45)

 

WORCESTER:

2.20: 

1/5–Cruising Bye (4/35)

3/3–Shanksforamillion (0/11)

1/3–Howlongisafoot (6/38)

1/4–Mister Mister (0/8)

1/4–Vif Argent (8/37)

1/3–Bermeo (1/17)

2.50–No Qualifiers

3.20:

1/1–Peter The Mayo Man (5/16)

2/2–Theo (6/29)

1/1–Dinsdale (2/15)

3.50–No Qualifers

4.20:

2/11–Mr McGuiness (1/16)

1/4–Rolling Maul (8/47)

1/3–Outrageous Romana (3/14)

4.50–No Qualifiers

 

KEMPTON (3 relevant races):

5.30: 

1/21–Plucky Dip (3/26 at other all weather venues)

2/9–Athassel (6/34)

1/2–Isntshesomething (1/15)

1/9–Fairway To Heaven (0/20)

1/1–Navarra Princess (0/8)

1/9–Ertidaad (2/23)

8.00: 

1/4–Cristal Deauville (0/7)

8.30: 

3/17–Jacob Cats (0/2)

1/4–Rake’s Progress (0/1)

1/2–Tenedos (No other A/W assignments)

1/1–Mapped (No other A/W assignments)

Sep 17

Mal Boyle Stats – Monday 17th

Sunday’s school report:

I suggested that Sunday was a ‘low stake’ day which was the right call given that just two winners emerged for us at 5/1 (returned at 5/4) & 11/4 (3/1).  That said, three second placed horses at 10/1 (11/2), 5/1 (6/1) and 4/1 (7/4) could have blitzed the bookies again had they gone one better!

The minimum margin defeat of 10/1 chance Poucor was particularly  difficult to swallow but all in all, we didn’t do any damage.

 

MONDAY’S ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

BRIGHTON:

2.10: Gracie Stansfield – 8/1 (Hills/365)

3.10 Passing Star – 8/1 (365/BetVictor)

3.40: Social Butterfly – 8/1 (Generally available)

HEXHAM: 

2.30: Reverse The Charge – 9/2 (365/BetVictor)

4.00: Suggestion – 8/1 (Generally available)

WORCESTER: 

3.20: Roman Flight – 11/1 (Ladbrokes/Hills/BetBright/888)

4.20: Miss Mash – 4/1 (Generally available)

4.50: Sofia’s Rock – 11/10 (Hills/PP)

KEMPTON:

5.30: Isntshesomething – 33/1 (Betfair/PP)

6.00: Burning Lake – 11/1 (Hills/Betfair/PP)

7.00: Awalii – 8/1 (Ladbrokes/Betfair/PP)

8.30: Thunder Speed – 8/1 (PP/Betbright)

Sep 16

Mal Boyle Stats – Sunday 16th

Only because we have been playing up winnings for several successive days of late am I becoming involved today. 

Sunday is the type of day when we should be looking to have a bit of fun with ‘loose change’ without getting too involved – best of luck though as the ‘selections’ have still be thoroughly researched….

You might like to put the shorter priced horses together in mixed multiples and play the each way priced ‘selections’ that way but whatever you back today, keep the stakes on the low side – that’s the advice!

SUNDAY ‘DEAD OF NIGHT’ MMA SERVICE AT 6.30:

BATH:

2.10: Two horses to consider: Doctor Jazz – 4/1 (Generally available) & Highlife Flyer – 12/1 (365)

3.20: Red Alert – 11/4 (Generally available)

3.55: Croqembouche – 14/1 (Skybet/Betfair/PP/BetVictor)

4.30: Cogital – 6/5 (365)

5.05: Windsorlot – 5/1 (Skybet/Betfair)

5.40: Straight Ash – 7/2 (365/Betfair)

FFOS LAS: 

1.50: Valentino Sunrise – 2/1 (General available)

2.20: Nivaldo – 5/1 (Betfair)

2.55: Give Em A Clump – 16/1 (Hills/Marathon/Betfair/PP/BetVictor)

3.30: Maggie Jonks – 3/1 (Skybet)

4.05: Fanny By Gaslight – 5/1 (Hills/Marathon/888)

4.40: Arthur McBride – 18/1 (Skybet/Unibet/Black Type)

5.15: Poucor – 10/1 (Ladbrokes/Hills/Marathon)

5.50: Sister Celine – 7/1 (365/BetVictor)