Kempton RACECOURSE TEMPLATE

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The Racing Horse offers members our Kempton Racecourse Template for tonight. We have 2 Pacafi today and both are from this 9-race card.

Kempton FAVOURITES (5 years)
Non-handicap                       Handicap
2yo:    142-320 for 44% (-16.45)   35-124   for 28%  (-22.45)
3yo:    118-257 for 46% (-10.09)   168-564  for 30%  (-73.52)
4yo+:    38-90  for 42%  (-4.56)   259-835  for 31%  (-36.63)
Total:  298-667 for 45% (-31.10)   462-1523 for 30% (-132.60)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at KEMPTON for current year
Mark Johnston:  17 wins from 71 for 24% (+62.78)
John Gosden:    14 wins from 59 for 24% (-15.48)
Andrew Balding: 14 wins from 77 for 18%  (+9.98)
Marco Botti:    12 wins from 60 for 20%  (+5.65)
Michael Stoute: 10 wins from 50 for 20%  (+6.70)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at KEMPTON for past 5 years
John Gosden:    81 wins from 318 for 25%   (-5.63)
Richard Hannon: 70 wins from 629 for 11% (-106.27)
Roger Varian:   57 wins from 266 for 21%  (-13.69)
Andrew Balding: 52 wins from 345 for 15%   (-7.18)
Mark Johnston:  50 wins from 316 for 16%  (-12.69)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at KEMPTON for current year
Oisin Murphy:  16 wins from 117 for 14% (-28.79)
Luke Morris:   16 wins from 156 for 10%  (+4.49)
William Buick: 15 wins from  72 for 21% (-14.97)
Tom Marquand:  14 wins from  94 for 15% (+31.87)
Hollie Doyle:  14 wins from 103 for 14% (-25.87)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at KEMPTON for past 5 years
Oisin Murphy: 103 wins from 627 for 16%  (-99.51)
Adam Kirby:    86 wins from 646 for 13% (-194.40)
Jim Crowley:   82 wins from 462 for 18% (-109.53)
Luke Morris:   80 wins from 911 for  9% (-212.66)
Tom Marquand:  66 wins from 628 for 11%  (-18.17)

Trainers on the cold list with runners today

  • R Brisland 75
  • S C Williams 38
  • J-R Auvray 37
  • J Osbourne 35
  • J Best 34

Jockeys on the cold list with rides today

  • Kieran O'Neill 78
  • Jimmy Quinn 69
  • Sean Levey 43
  • Liam Keniry 21

The way the track is prepared at Kempton can play a massive part in whether it suits front-runners or horses coming from behind. Most of the time, the going is officially rated ‘standard’ but I know, from having ridden in America, that all artificial surfaces are dependent on weather conditions. An inside draw is a big advantage on the round course, as you don’t want to be running wide, and there’s a tendency for jockeys to get going a long from home. My preference would be to use patient tactics - Jason Weaver

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