Unibet Lincoln Heritage Handicap (Class 2) 1m (Str)

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The sports world has been hit hard by the COVID-19 virus around the globe in the past several days and the Lincoln Handicap, which is the feature contest on the first Saturday of Britain's Turf scheduled racing season, has been axed! On-course bookmakers in Britain are facing financial difficulty after racing was shutdown until the end of April. The coronavirus crisis has cost layers potentially big-earning meetings such as the Grand National festival, the Lincoln, All-Weather Finals day, the Craven meeting and Ayr’s Scottish National weekend. 

The Racing Horse had intended to offer pertinent information needed to find the winner but will log our numbers for next time.

DONCASTER FAVOURITES (5 years)
Non-handicap                     Handicap
2yo:    68-143 for 48% (+16.09)  14-33   for 42%  (+8.44)
3yo:    56-125 for 45%  (+1.15)  78-209  for 37% (+13.35)
4yo+:   25-55  for 45%  (+7.77)  72-290  for 25% (-52.06)
Total: 149-323 for 46% (+25.01)  164-532 for 31% (-30.27)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at Doncaster for 2019
Richard Fahey:    9 wins from 72 for 13% (-24.05)
John Gosden:      7 wins from 16 for 44%  (-2.24)
Roger Varian:     7 wins from 27 for 26% (-10.17)
William Haggas:   6 wins from 20 for 30% (+17.10)
Richard Hannon:   6 wins from 56 for 11% (-40.25)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at Doncaster for 2019
Jim Crowley:    6 wins from 15 for 40% (+21.13)
Adam Kirby:     6 wins from 28 for 21% (+17.91)
Daniel Tudhope: 6 wins from 31 for 19%  (+6.87)
Paul Hanagan:   6 wins from 35 for 17%  (-1.95)
Dane O'Neill:   5 wins from 22 for 23%  (-4.00)

3.35 Doncaster: Unibet Lincoln Heritage Handicap (Class 2) 1m (Str)

17/17: Aged 6yo or younger (100%)
16/17: Carried 9st 4lbs or less in weight (94%)
..9/10: Carried between 9st and 9st 4lbs (90%)
15/17: Won over at least 1m before (88%)
14/17: Won between 2-4 times before (82%)
13/17: Drawn in stall 9 or higher (76%)
12/17: Having their first run of the flat season (71%)
10/17: Unplaced favourites (59%)
10/17: Returned a double figure price in the betting (59%)
10/17: Aged 4yo (59%)
..9/17: Officially rated between 95-100 (53%)
..917: Placed first or second last time out (53%)
..8/17: Raced at Doncaster before (47%)
..7/17: Raced at Newmarket or Lingfield last time out (41%)
..7/17: Came from the top 3 in the betting (41%)
..7/17: Won last time out (41%)
..5/17: Placed horses from stall 12 (1 winner) (29%)
..4/17: Placed horses from stall 16 (1 winner) (24%)
..4/17: Winning favourites (24%)
..3/17: Trained by William Haggas (18%)
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1/34: Carried 9st 10lbs (3%)

The 2006 renewal was run at Redcar and the 2007 running was at Newcastle.

The average SP in the last 17 runnings is 13/1

Recent Winners

2019: AUXERRE (5/2f)
2018: ADDEYBB (5/1)
2017: BRAVERY (20/1)
2016: SECRET BRIEF (12/1)
2015: GABRIAL (12/1)
2014: OCEAN TEMPEST (33/1)
2013: LEVITATE (20/1)
2012: BRAE HILL (25/1)
2011: SWEET LIGHTNING (16/1)
2010: PENITENT (3/1f)
2009: EXPRESSO STAR (10/3f)
2008: SMOKEY OAKEY (10/1)
2007: VERY WISE (9/1)
2006: BLYTHE KNIGHT (22/1)
2005: STREAM OF GOLD (5/1f)
2004: BABODANA (20/1)
2003: PABLO (5/1)

More information to come once we have news...

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