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York Races (Saturday 18 July 2020)
YORK RACECOURSE TEMPLATE
YORK FAVOURITES (5 years)
2yo: 36-97 for 37% (-4.68) 6-22 for 27% (+1.15)
3yo: 19-47 for 40% (-3.20) 33-92 for 36% (+31.13)
4yo+: 24-51 for 47% (+8.12) 43-181 for 24% (-12.13)
Total: 79-195 for 41% (+0.24) 82-295 for 28% (+20.51)
TOP 5 TRAINERS at YORK for 2019
John Gosden: 9 wins from 30 for 30% (-0.26)
William Haggas: 7 wins from 38 for 18% (-6.16)
David O'Meara: 7 wins from 83 for 8% (-12.25)
Michael Dods: 6 wins from 33 for 18% (+10.37)
Tim Easterby: 6 wins from 91 for 7% (+11.00)
TOP 5 TRAINERS at YORK for last 5 years
Richard Fahey: 36 wins from 525 for 7% (-167.62)
Tim Easterby: 29 wins from 335 for 9% (+107.00)
William Haggas: 28 wins from 153 for 18% (-17.55)
John Gosden: 24 wins from 89 for 27% (-2.52)
Mark Johnston: 24 wins from 231 for 10% (-33.24)
TOP 5 JOCKEYS at YORK for 2019
Daniel Tudhope: 9 wins from 71 for 13% (-27.20)
Frankie Dettori: 8 wins from 25 for 32% (-0.76)
Connor Beasley: 6 wins from 11 for 55% (+50.87)
James Doyle: 6 wins from 33 for 18% (+17.50)
David Allan: 6 wins from 42 for 14% (+14.00)
TOP 5 JOCKEYS at YORK for last 5 years
Frankie Dettori: 25 wins from 101 for 25% (-2.70)
James Doyle: 22 wins from 116 for 19% (+16.37)
Daniel Tudhope: 22 wins from 231 for 10% (-58.95)
Paul Hanagan: 18 wins from 203 for 9% (-43.50)
David Allan: 16 wins from 181 for 9% (-22.50)
These figures are always interesting and pertinent and note 4yo+ favourites in non-handicaps win at a strike rate of 47%. John Gosden maintains a 27% plus strike rate at the course and Frankie Dettori scored at 32% last year.
Connor Beasley was an unexpected name on our leader board for 2019 with figures showing 6-11 for 55% and a level stake profit of +50.87. One trainer to avoid is Richard Fahey, he trains too many horses to be truly effective and his 'have horse will run' figures are not conducive to profit from a win perspective. One imagines some professionals successfully laying his runners given his massive -167.62 return to level stakes.
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