THE STATS THAT MATTER; TRADING POST.
Stuart Williams has done well in the past 13 seasons with runners that he sends at least 359 miles to compete, landing six races from 28 starters (21%). This compares favourably with the strikerate of the yard as a whole (10%).
Today Hameildaeme makes the long journey to Ayr (2.20)
John Quinn has plotted up some of his runners for 3yo+ handicaps at Pontefract this term, scoring with five of his 19 runners (26%, pounds 30.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake). Violent Velocity gets his chance today (3.30)
Linda Stubbs runners in 2yo non-handicaps have run up a good profit for their followers at Ayr in the past five seasons (3-12, 25%, pounds 47.00 to a pounds 1 level stake). This afternoon Stubbs sends Jatman to the track to contest the maiden auction (2.20)
Frederick Tylicki and Neville Bycroft have combined particularly well this season, winning three races from four starters (75%, pounds 21.25 profit to a pounds 1 level stake).
Bycroft has booked Tylicki for Shotley Mac in the 1m handicap at Pontefract (5.30)
Mick Channon does well in selling races and has racked up a 24% strike-rate with runners making their debuts in such races in the past two seasons. Rockinit makes her debut in the selling nursery at Yarmouth (3.10)
Mark Johnston's team have performed with great credit in 3yo handicaps at Great Leighs this term, scoring four wins from five runners (80%, pounds 24.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake). This evening Rahere is sent to the track to run in the 9.20
Mark Tompkins has targeted the opening apprentice handicap at Pontefract in recent seasons, landing the race with two of his three entrants (67%, pounds 24.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake. Top Tiger and Astrolibra are this year's representatives (2.30)
Mark Johnston: sends Rahere to Great Leighs
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 18, 2008|
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