Mal Boyle's Sunday stat attack

Mal Boyle crunches the numbers for Doncaster and Salisbury and highlights those trainers in form over the past week.

DONCASTER


Five Year details at Doncaster:

Average Placepot dividend: £247.38

Highest dividend: £531.30 (2014) - Lowest dividend: £70.00 (2016)

35 races – 14 winning favourites – 31/35 winners scored at a top price of 12/1

Leading represented trainers at the course during the study period with details of their runners today:

Six trainers have saddled two winners apiece, though only Richard Fahey (13/2 & 9/2) is represented on Sunday – 6 runners: Paramount Love & Mountain Meadow (2.30), Doctor Cross (3.00), Scofflaw (4.00) & The Eagle’s Nest & Natajack (4.30)

SALISBURY


Five Year details at Salisbury:

Average Placepot dividend: £84.00

Highest dividend: £213.10 (2014) - Lowest dividend: £4.00 (2015)

37 races – 16 winning favourites – 33/37 winners scored at a top price of 9/1

Leading represented trainers at the course during the study period with details of their runners today:

5 winners—Andrew Balding (6/1, 3/1*, 2/1*, 15/8* & 8/11*) – 5 runners: Eolian (2.15), Opera Queen (3.15), Dark Shot (3.45), Luna Eclipse (4.15) & Bay Watch (5.15)

I will include the following stats too, though I should point out that Richard (junior) has only added one success to his dad’s five previous winners during the study period:

6 winners—‘Team Hannon’ (18/1, 7/1, 6/1, 10/11*, 5/6* & 4/7*) – 5 runners: See The Sea (2.15), Eqtiraan (3.45), Billesdon Brook (4.15) & Tai Hang Dragon & Heavenly Angel (4.45)

Leading represented trainers this week (Monday through Saturday):


8/37—Mark Johnston (8/1, 7/1, 5/1, 5/2, 11/4, 11/4, 7/4* & 6/4*) – 3 runners: One Second (2.30 Doncaster), Alexander M (3.00 Doncaster) & Nyaleti (4.15 Salisbury)

6/21—William Haggas (10/3**, 10/3, 5/2, 5/2*, 5/4* & 4/7*) – 4 runners: Three at Doncaster: Crushed (3.00), Humble hero (3.30) & Dellaguista (4.30) & Cristal Fizz (4.15 Dusseldorf)

6/47—Roger Varian (9/4*, 2/1*, 2/1, 7/4*, 11/8* & 6/5*) – 1 runner: Halinka (5.15 Salisbury)

6/39—Richard Hannon (16/1, 4/1, 3/1*, Evens*, 5/6* & 8/11*) – 10 runners: Five each at Doncaster & Salisbury (highlighted above)

6/47—Richard Fahey (11/1, 13/2, 4/1, 3/1, 2/1* & 13/8*) – 8 runners: Six at Doncaster (highlighted above) & two at Salisbury

‘Away meetings’ for this week from Tuesday through Saturday relating to last year’s results from the meetings, other than the five Royal Ascot fixtures.

Flat meetings: 124 races – 43 winning favourites – 112/124 scored at a top price of 10/1.

Leading trainers:

6 winners—Richard Fahey (17/2, 8/1, 7/1, 5/1, 3/1 & 5/2**)

6 winners—Mark Johnston (12/1, 9/2, 9/2, 9/4*, 2/1 & 5/4*)

4 winners—Brian Ellison (5/1, 7/2**, 2/1* & 2/1*)

4 winners—William Haggas (9/4, 7/4, Evens* & 4/7*)

4 winners—Richard Hannon (8/1, 7/2, 3/1 & 3/1*)

3 winners—Ruth Carr (8/1, 7/1 & 4/1)

3 winners—Tom Dascombe (3/1, 15/8 & 7/4*)

3 winners—Tim Easterby (10/1, 8/1 & 7/2)

3 winners—Hugo Palmer (7/2*, 3/1 & 2/5*)

3 winners—James Tate (14/1, 3/1 & 13/8*)

NH Meetings: 27 races – 13 winning favourites – 26/27 scored at a top price of 10/1

Leading trainers (NH):

Four trainers saddled two winners apiece last year: 

Neil Mulholland (9/4* & 11/8*)

Dr Richard Newland (2/1 & 11/8*)

Jonjo O’Neill (5/2** & 15/8*)

Nigel Twiston-Davies (11/4* & 11/8*)

Log on each day of the Royal Ascot fixture which will focus on the main meeting on all five days, whilst offering day to day stats from the other meetings relating to trainers who saddled doubles at the various corresponding fixtures, listed with their relevant runners on each day away from Ascot.


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