Lingfield Racecourse Template

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The Racing Horse offers our Lingfield Park RACECOURSE TEMPLATE and some pertinent numbers.

Non-handicap                     Handicap
2yo:    56-135 for 41%  (-4.38)  13-43    for 30%   (-4.90)
3yo:   121-263 for 46% (-19.39)  123-386  for 32%  (-46.90)
4yo+:   75-149 for 50%  (+6.79)  238-770  for 31%  (-72.69)
Total: 252-547 for 46% (-16.98)  374-1199 for 31% (-124.49)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at Lingfield for current year
Stuart Williams: 5 wins from 20 for 25%  (-1.34)
Charlie Appleby: 4 wins from  6 for 67%  (+3.37)
Michael Bell:    4 wins from  7 for 57% (+23.40)
Simon Dow:       4 wins from 30 for 13%  (-9.41)
Simon Pearce:    3 wins from  5 for 60% (+78.50)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at Lingfield for current year
Adam Kirby:        13 wins from 53 for 25%  (+3.75)
Richard Kingscote: 10 wins from 44 for 23%  (+1.15)
David Probert:      9 wins from 54 for 17% (+42.45)
Luke Morris:        8 wins from 64 for 13% (+42.50)
Ryan Moore:         6 wins from  9 for 67%  (+4.13)
With a little filtration Lingfield AW is a good course for winning favourites in non-handicaps where they average a winning strike rate of 46% over the past 5 years. Best age category is currently those 4yo+ where they have won 75-149 for over 50%. If you are opposing a favourite in those type of races one needs a good reason for doing so! 

Interesting to see Charlie Appleby and Michael Bell scoring 8-13 for 62% at the course this year already though they have no runners at this meeting. Adam Kirby (0 rides) heads the jockey list ahead of Richard Kingscote (3 rides). 

  • Ryan Moore has 7 rides tomorrow and must score at least 2 winners. Has a 30% strike rate at Lingfield
  • Fresh from winning a race for Willie Mullins worth £437,956.20 in Riyadh Hollie Doyle returns to the UK for 6 rides and will surely ride a winner
  • Appleby and Bell have no runners tomorrow
  • Godolphin are the top owners so far this year with 4-7 for 57% (Forest Of Dean 2.40)
  • Trainer Richard Hughes is currently 0-32
  • Trainer's S & E Crisford are currently 0-23
  • Jockey Darragh Keenan is currently 0-41
  • Jockey Ray Dawson is currently 0-34
  • Jockey Charles Bishop is currently 0-32
  • Moss Gill is the longest traveller (271 miles)
  • Knight Of Kings, Belle Anglaise, Moss Gill and Margaret Dumont have first run for new connections
  • Ian Williams profit to £1 stake with favourites: £46.45 (CARDANO or LUCKYS DREAM)

No show

Charlie Appleby is currently 8-16 for 50% but has no runners tomorrow, and neither does Richard Hannon who has trained the most winners at the course over the past 5 years with 94-566 for 17%.

Opportunities to profit at Lingfield

Whilst there is not a Pacafi tomorrow we will have interest at Lingfield given the above numbers are encouraging. With 8 races on the card, and a couple of them very good races, there looks to be opportunities to profit.

One horse hard to beat is Cardano 3.10 at 2/1 generally who is  2211 since return to AW in refitted cheekpieces but is 2-2 at this course. Today is a Class 3 Handicap but his two wins over course and distance are in Class 2 Handicaps. Has a 4lbs rise to another career-high mark but Ray Dawson takes off 3lbs. The 2/1 price looks a little short but if something closer to 3/1 becomes available we are playing. Ian Williams complicates matters by entering stablemate Luckys Dream in the same race and he looks the danger. Not sure why the trainer has the two entered...

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Heross Du Seuil

Heross Du Seuil (our Pacafi on Friday) was clearly not a Triumph Hurdle contender, and was put in his place despite being in receipt of 6lb from the winner. He looks a longer term prospect.


Today's Pacafi: click here

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