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15/5/2018
16:11
Six furlong draw at York At the longest range on the straight course, the higher numbers have seemed to have the best of it; but that's counter-intuitive when compared with five furlongs. Looking at the place data reveals a more even distribution and it may simply be that the place to be is where the pace is. I'd certainly be wary of calling a high draw bias based on the five- and six-furlong data herein. Seven furlong draw at York On the dogleg, there is an advantage to be drawn middle to high. Looking at the constitution of the track, that makes perfect sense as such runners have less distance to travel around the dogleg. Again, though, it won't make the difference between a horse winning and losing, it's just a mild negative for those drawn low. 1m/ 1m1f draw at York The mile and nine furlong trips take in that sharp bend quite soon after the start of races, which can make life challenging for those trapped out wide. As a jockey, do you use up petrol trying to get handy, or take back and ride for luck? This is borne out in the data, which shows those on the outside winning far less often - and placing less often - than those drawn inside (low). Although typically we should be a little wary of ostensible draw inferences at longer race distances, the shape of the racecourse helps to explain this particular - genuine - bias. Draw at longer trips at York We then get into the middle distance realms where, generally speaking, we would not expect to see a draw bias. And that is the case: although low is ostensibly unfavoured, there is very little in it in place terms. That said, it is probably not ideal to be drawn low, as the jockey has to choose between being at the head of the peloton and not benefitting from drafting behind other horses, getting subsumed within the pack as wider-drawn horses congregate around. The former is ineffiicent, the latter requires luck as well as judgment.
ronjoe77
15/5/2018
16:01
York Draw Information So what impact, if any, does the shape of the racetrack - and indeed drainage - have on draw positions? The weather is set fair for the week and the going is currently good to firm, good in places - the clerk has stated that he will water to ensure broadly that ground.Draw Analyzer tool, offers the following insights: Five furlong draw at York Looking only at bigger field fast ground handicaps, we can see that there is a slight bias towards lower drawn horses. It is important, however, to check for an even spread of pace across the track: if high numbers have the early dash, that could well be enough to overcome any implied bias in the data.
ronjoe77
15/5/2018
15:56
Top York Handicap Trainers in May You may well have seen lists of trainers to follow elsewhere, and fair play to the publishers. Here I want to look only at handicap runners in the last five years at this three-day meeting. Top handicap trainers (10+ runners) at York's Dante meeting, 2013-2017 Top handicap trainers (10+ runners) at York's Dante meeting, 2013-2017 At the top of the pile are two very different operators, David O'Meara and Sir Michael Stoute. The former fires plenty of bullets, and as can be seen from the 20.75 point profit at SP, he lands some of his longer-priced entries. Meanwhile, Sir Michael is more selective, having saddled just 16 such runners in the last five years. Five of them won, for a profit of 12.14 points, so they're to be taken seriously. Elsewhere and surely everyone knows how much Willie Haggas, a Yorkshireman exiled in Newmarket, loves a winner here. His three-from-sixteen in Dante meeting handicaps in the last five years is respectable, the 43% ROI very much so. At the other end of the scale, beware Richard Fahey. He can win, and has won, with handicappers at this meeting, but a two-from 104 record - both short prices and both with the same horse, Dusky Queen - is lamentable, even if the place rate implies a degree of misfortune in not converting at least a few more runners-up into winners. The Easterby's, Mick and Tim, get winners here, but not as often as many (including me!) remember: just five from 99 between them for a loss at share price of 54 points. And Kevin Ryan and John Quinn are 0 from 61 between them in recent years, though both head to the Knavesmire in blistering form this time around.
ronjoe77
15/5/2018
14:13
Ron.. I didnt get time to look at Chester til it was all done, i noticed oBs winners tho.. I wouldnt mind some York info.. cheers
therealtonythetiger
15/5/2018
11:38
Hi you want anything for York, hope you got right into A P o'B favs at Chester 3 out of 4 winners 4th was 3rd. Check out results from France on Sunday And R cowell 2yo yesterday 5/1 second.Nice horse the winner James Watt it beat wedding date.,..That came out And won at Chester one for the notebook
ronjoe77
08/5/2018
18:24
Cheers Ron
therealtonythetiger
08/5/2018
16:21
Now onto those men you want fighting your corner on the Roodee... *I was tempted to just look at the figures from recent Chester festivals but in my opinion those stats are just a wee bit too on the niche side so I've extended my analysis to include ALL Chester meetings in search of those Chester specialists... Dascombe & Kingscote It's a local track for local people... Well not really but Tom Dascombe doesn't have to travel far at all with his Chester runners (16 miles, give or take) and he fires in a healthy stream of runners at the circuit. Particularly under the following conditions... Tom Dascombe Trained | Richard Kingscote ridden | 5f - 7f trips | Good to Soft ground or quicker | Industry share price 12-1 or shorter Since 2013 that has returned... 22/66 | 33% S/R | +£50.16 BFLSP - W&P 42/66 | 64% S/R An angle that has been profitable each year and also fires comfortably above expectation (55% above to be precise). They will have winners out with those conditions, of course, but over those shorter trips when the ground is faster than soft AND the market tells us they are not reaching the area of 'outsiderville', the Dascombe/Kingscote train is a lethal money making express... Franny Norton No-one knows the turns better... It's simple. Franny Norton is the winning-most jockey at Chester in recent years... 49 winners from 288 rides (since 2013) - 17% S/R | -£48.69 BFLSP Following him blind, however, will leave a massive hole in your pocket! When we dig a bit deeper, however, we see his full Chester expertise really being unleashed, particularly when he sits on a FRONT-RUNNER... 22/46 | 48% S/R | +£57.19 BFLSP He almost converts 1 of every 2 rides at Chester when he goes from the front! That's quality, sheer tactical and track know-how quality. There are some interesting nuggets within those front-runner stats as well... A 47% Strike-Rate when riding for Mark Johnston on a front-runner A 52% S/R when riding a front-runner drawn in stall 5 or below An outstanding 71% S/R (10 from 14) when riding a 2yo front-runner Admittedly it's not always easy to know when a 2yo is going to blast off out front but if you've fast fingers you could well nick some in-running profits on a Norton front-running 2yo, the chances are once he's grabbed the early lead he isn't giving it back! Andrew Balding Unleashing unexposed handicappers since 2013... Andrew Balding is relatively select with his Chester raiders but he does have a habit of making the 178 mile trip pay. Since 2013 his overall stats at the track read... 37/176 | 21% S/R | +£102.00 BFLSP - W&P 86/176 | 49% S/R And with figures like those you could, in theory, just take a pop at him blind. But I like to dig deeper. The following is where I'm interested in his runners... Andrew Balding in Chester HANDICAPS | 7.5f - 1m4.5f trips | 1-7 Career starts | 0-2 Handicap starts Which is an angle that has returned... 10/17 | 59% S/R | +£45.35 BFLSP - W&P 11/17 | 64% S/R Profitable each of the last five years and firing handsomely above expectation (226% on average). Aidan O'Brien A favourite you can trust... A nice and simple one for all you Fav backers out there and although this angle seems insanely simple, which it is, it's also deadly accurate and profitable... Aidan O'Brien favourites at Chester 9/14 | 64% S/R | +£10.36 BFLSP - W&P 12/14 | 86% S/R Amazingly it's also 40% above expectation and has shown a profit on each of the last 4 years. Simple. Profitable. Job done. Now these four angles are for ALL Chester meetings throughout the season but there should be at least a handful of qualifiers during the upcoming three day festival that starts tomorrow (Wednesday 9th May). They won't all win (chance would be a fine thing!) but you can be sure the horses in question will be primed for the job in hand by their respective connections.
ronjoe77
08/5/2018
13:07
Will post a Chester chestnut for the 3 day meeting later
ronjoe77
06/5/2018
14:45
Ron..Sometimes better.. :-) Womens Rugby is pretty good as well..
therealtonythetiger
05/5/2018
19:23
Tony wife just said the woman football is just as good as the guys. Must admit she's right lol
ronjoe77
05/5/2018
17:24
Woman's cup final Arnaaol v chitheads lay the draw And by back for a nice profit on the 1st goal
ronjoe77
05/5/2018
17:04
It's a nice investment, looking like Adrian 0 b is back in town ..may & June is his time...watch the master at work
ronjoe77
05/5/2018
15:41
I'd be surprised if the Dutch won the 2018 World Cup seeing as they didnt qualify..
therealtonythetiger
04/5/2018
10:39
Very pessimistic view and evaluation. My view is that NS to high risk for a major, should we prove it the game would change. Dont 'badger me" haha!!Indonesia ground work is all there, I am sure something will come to fuition. Remember Siemens.
chesycustard
04/5/2018
07:24
chesy, If the North sea assets were any good, why didn't a proper company with real money to support the development farm into them? We already know the whole Indonesia thing was just a farce to enable DW to line his pockets from related party transactions. They will soon be promoting North Sea as the main effort with Indonesia either written off or the sideshow. North sea assets are just another jam tomorrow ramp to try to keep the gravy train going for the remainder of the BoD. Getting rid of the complete liability DW is good news, but what price have they had to pay. How much of that placing is left after they pay for their share of North Sea and pay off DW (including all the deferred salary)? We will get a precise answer to that in Oct, if the company does not go bust before then but the best answer for now is not a lot. Company still trading whilst insolvent. When are they going to call an EGM to authorise the issue of many more Billions of shares, my guess is end May early June. They may well do a consolidation and a capital restructure to lower nominal at the same time or they could save that for the next EGM they will call to issue even more billions of shares in Aug / Sep.
sweet karolina
03/5/2018
22:37
Likely, jury still out whether he has earned it. By no means written off yet, side bet in North Sea welcome.
chesycustard
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