Horse Racing: THE STATS THAT MATTER; TRADING POST.
Richard Hannon's juveniles have been in good form at Chepstow this season, landing three 2yo non-handicaps from four runners (75%, pounds 8.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake). The trainer must have a chance of a double with Redhead (2.05) and Full Toss (2.40)
Alan Berry has targeted the selling handicap hurdle at Cartmel in recent seasons, winning the race three times from three starters (100%, pounds 16.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake). This afternoon Phoenix Nights is the yard's representative in the event (2.55)
John Hills has done well with horses wearing first-time headgear in the past two seasons.
They have scored two wins from seven starts (29%), which is 3.6 times the strike-rate of the yard as a whole.
Landucci is fitted with a visor for the first time at Kempton (2.45) today
Matt Sheppard winners who return to the track within seven days have scored four wins from 14 runs (29%) in the past five seasons.
Fair Shake, a winner at Stratford on Thursday, is engaged today at Chepstow (5.00)
Jeremy Noseda runners whoare competing in their first handicap are always worth a second look. They have scored six wins from 29 starts in the past 12 months (21%, pounds 14.13 profit to a pounds 1 level stake).
Blow Hole runs in his first handicap today at Kempton (2.45)
Darryll Holland has struck up a successful partnership with James Bethell this season (3-6, 50%, pounds 11.00 to a pounds 1 level stake).
Today Snowed Under represents the pair at Warwick (5.30)
David England (pictured) has a fine record for John Panvert in the past five seasons, winning twice from just five rides (40%, pounds 61.00 profit to a pounds 1 level stake). Today the pair team up with Aleemdar in the 2m 1/2 f handicap hurdle at Huntingdon (5.25)
Perfect Flight traded at a high of 30 in running on Betfair on her way to winning at Goodwood yesterday
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Aug 25, 2008|
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