Newbury RACECOURSE TEMPLATE (Saturday 24 October 2020)

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The Racing Horse offers our powerful RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for Newbury on Saturday 24 October 2020.

Newbury Racing Trends (Saturday 24 October 2020)

There are 2 Group Races scheduled and we have the pertinent trends, please click the above link.

NEWBURY FAVOURITES (5 years)
Non-handicap                     Handicap
2yo:    55-170 for 32% (-36.05)   5-17  for 29%  (-4.73)
3yo:    30-89  for 34% (-16.30)  43-143 for 30% (-12.44)
4yo+:   20-43  for 47% (+12.00)  29-133 for 22% (-41.02)
Total: 105-302 for 35% (-40.34)  77-293 for 26% (-58.19)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at NEWBURY for last 5 years
Richard Hannon: 49 wins from 446 for 11% (-57.65)
John Gosden:    44 wins from 173 for 25% (+22.30)
William Haggas: 35 wins from 173 for 20%  (-4.90)
Roger Charlton: 21 wins from 127 for 17% (+21.28)
Roger Varian:   19 wins from 123 for 15% (-16.86)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at NEWBURY for last 5 years
James Doyle:     43 wins from 205 for 21%  (+3.35)
Jim Crowley:     38 wins from 240 for 16% (+58.29)
Frankie Dettori: 32 wins from 113 for 28% (+15.97)
Oisin Murphy:    29 wins from 250 for 12% (-58.43)
Ryan Moore:      28 wins from 189 for 15% (-75.84)

 What does our RACECOURSE TEMPLATE tell us?

  • 4yo+ winning favourites in non-handicaps score at 47% 
  • 4yo+ winning favourites in handicaps score at just t 22% so well below the national average.
  • James Doyle, Jim Crowley and Frankie Dettori each show a level stake profit at the course over the past 5 years totalling a profit of + 77pts.
  • Richard Hannon shows a miserable 11% strike rate at the course
  • Newbury is one of those courses where only top trainers and top jockeys need apply and our Racecourse Template confirms the fact.

Cold list trainers & jockeys with runners and rides today

  • M Harris 48
  • J Tuite 25
  • W Haggas 24
  • S Curran 23
  • A Balding 16
  • Jimmy Quinn 62
  • Kate Leahy 43
  • Elisha Whittington 30
  • Charles Bishop 24
  • Cieren Fallon 20

Jason Weaver on Newbury

There aren’t many fairer courses than Newbury, which is big and galloping, but, probably due to the woodland on the far side, it can sometimes ride a good bit softer down the back straight than it does in the home straight. There’s very little draw bias on the straight track and there’s no wonder so many trainers want to send their classy horses there. The one tricky start is the one up in the spur (the round 1m) and that can prove draw-dependent. Otherwise, you get very few hard-luck stories at Newbury.

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