Tag: Brighton racecourse

Aug 22

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 22nd

Three winners and a forecast yesterday…. In form trainers include: 7/15—Sir Michael Stoute – Next runners tomorrow – 3 at York and 1 at Kempton 5/9–Sir Mark Prescott – 4 runners today: 3 at Kempton: Send Up (3.15), Anna Medici (3.45) & Wolfcatcherjack (5.15) + Alternate Route (5.10 Yarmouth) 4/5–Jeremy Noseda – Next runner: One 7/1 …

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Aug 11

Mal Boyle Stats – Friday 11th

Earlier in the week, I told you that I was closing in on a trainer who boasts a great record today.   The man is Willie McCreery who has saddled eight winners on the corresponding card at Tipperary during the last five years. Last year Willie secured a 467/1 treble, twelve months after claiming a …

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Aug 10

Mal Boyle Stats – Thursday 10th

We served up a 139/1 treble via one horse in each race between 3.00 & 3.30 yesterday afternoon.  On the Tony Carroll (Brighton) front, two horses found one too good for them at 16/1 & 5/1, with Tony having entered nine horses at the seaside track today, with just five still in their respective events …

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Aug 09

Mal Boyle Stats – Wednesday 9th

Please note the special Brighton work below the usual offering – which includes stats and facts from Tony Mac who backs up the positive Tony Carroll ratios, as suggested on Sunday!  Yesterday’s Daily Stats produced a 48/1 treble for Mark Johnston, with the trainer sending out lots of runners again today. Wednesday’s in form trainers …

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Jun 27

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 27th

Better day yesterday (as anticipated) which concluded with a 16/1 Exacta forecast (Hughes beat Channnon) in the last race at Windsor following a few winners which included a 10/1 chance for David Dennis as highlighted. Tuesday’s in form trainers include:  15/43–Paul Nicholls – 2 at Newton Abbot: Trevisani (7.00) & Bistouri D’Honore (8.00) – 7/12 at …

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Jun 20

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 20th

Royal Ascot is finally here and naturally, this meeting will take centre stage over the next five days.  Only trainers showing exceptional form will otherwise be highlighted during this week. Let’s start with the two year old’s, initially looking at results on all days during the last six years (trainers saddling more than one winner): …

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Jun 09

Trainer Stats – 9th June

Two 14/1 winners along with a couple of shorties in there… 14 Day Trainers M Johnston (13, 9) Carlisle 3.40, 4.40 x 2 Goodwood 5.55, 8.15 I Williams (4, 3) Wolverhampton 4.0 Eve Johnson Houghton (4, 6) Brighton 5.50 M Dods (4, 5) Carlisle 5.10 R Whittaker (3, 2) Carlisle 3.10, 3.40, 5.50 J Given …

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May 23

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 23rd

Nice 27/1 double for Henry Daly yesterday via his only two horses on the day! Today’s represented in form trainers include (note the early – 12.10 –  Saint Cloud entry): 15/37–Dan Skelton – 3 at Huntingdon today: Calling des Blins (6.05), Defining Year (7.05) & Cobra De Mai (7.35) 8/24–William Haggas (+15) – 1 at …

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May 03

Mal Boyle stats – Wednesday 3rd

Plenty to offer today – let’s craic on…..where else? ASCOT:  John Gosden and Luca Cumani are the only trainers to have saddled winners at three of the last four corresponding meetings (no other trainers have saddled more than one) – Luca is not represented today: John Gosden – 3 runners: Icespire & Blending (2.35) & …

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May 02

Mal Boyle stats – Tuesday 2nd

Today’s in form trainers include: 9/21–John Gosden (+15 LSP) – 1 today: Lady Hester (4.20 Nottingham) 7/16–William Haggas (+12) – 3 runners: Validator (2.20 Yarmouth), Across Dubai (5.00 Yarmouth) & Alfarris (7.10 Chelmsford) 5/12–Roger Varian (+3) – 1 runner: Wafij (2.20 Yarmouth) 4/11–Clive Cox (+21) – 1 runner: Foxcatcher (2.30 Brighton) 4/13–Daniel Mark Loughnane (+7) …

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Apr 15

Mal Boyle stats – Saturday 15th

Plenty of winners again yesterday (including the 129/1 double for Richard Fahey), albeit Easter corresponding meetings are, as ever, all over the place because of the change of dates on an annual basis.  My Saturday Stat Attack for the Sporting Life (link offered on my Twitter page later this morning) outlines past meetings etc to …

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