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FFOS LAS RACECOURSE 2-00 Race Date 19/07/16 | Horse Racing

FFOS LAS RACECOURSE FORM

Our Boy

Our Boy (IRE) is from the David Evans and would appear to be a talented sort and looks to have an above average chance here at Ffos Las

This runner looks to have above average form and one of the reasons is its proven form when taking part in Stakes races like the one today. In finishing 3rd in a race on the 13/05/2016 it proved itself to be capable of winning a race of this nature.

Course stats can help when looking for a way to narrow the field down and in this case we know that Ffos Las is a left handed track which is good news where the David Evans runner is concerned as their recent strike rate on these courses is a talented 17%.

With splendid form this runner is rated amongst the top contenders for the honours here at Ffos Las today and appears to be very capable of at least making the frame in this event.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

Prerogative

Prerogative (IRE) is a 2yo from the Richard Hannon stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

So why would Jadwiz give this one an excellent rating and chance of taking the first prize? Well first reason, which may not be apparent to everyone is the fact it has the same piece of headgear which was used when gaining an excellent result at Pontefract (Gb) in a UK Flat race.

Prerogative (IRE) is a 2yo and runners who are out of the sire Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE) are currently hitting a strike rate of 29%.

Looks a first class choice to take the winners prize back to Richard Hannon having proved itself highly capable of taking in a race like this and would expect an admirable display.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Average

Naval Warfare

Naval Warfare (IRE) is a 2yo from the Andrew Balding stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

Has only what would only be classed as passable form for this race and with a below standard outing recently at Sandown (Gb) which was over 7f this can be marked down as a runner with average chance on form.

So lets have a look at some recent sire stats and in this case it’s for today’s race distance of 7f which show a bog standard 14% strike rate.

Does not have the best form in the race and only looks ordinary but there may be a chance of this one getting itself into a place, whether the bookmakers price this one up to allow an each way is a different matter.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Maths Prize

Maths Prize (GB) is a 2yo from the Roger Charlton stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

Form for the runner is recent and also has the advantage that its run at Sandown (Gb) was the same type of race which give us an exquisite start to our fact finding mission and see no reason why George Baker could keep this one out of a place.

On the stats side we see Roger Charlton the trainer has some exceptional recent results in Stakes races and has managed to win these races 30% of the time.

With some notable form to its name Maths Prize (GB) looks to be the one to be on for this 7f event and I can see no reason as to why this would not have a excellent chance.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Peace And Plenty

Peace And Plenty (GB) is a 2yo from the William Muir stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

Has an average rating and looks a moderate runner but no real form which can be used in conjunction with this race and so we will move on to the stats to see what we can discover.

There is only some average recent form where jockey Martin Dwyer is concerned in Stakes races and with a typical strike rate this runner goes down as having a basic chance.

An average looking runner with adequate but unremarkable form for a race like this and there are others that are preferred and it could be an idea to look at some of the other contenders.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

Fausto

Fausto (GB) is a 2yo from the Tom Dascombe stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

Has an below average rating and looks a unproductive runner with no real form which can be used in conjunction with this race and so we will move on to the stats to see what we can discover.

This is a Stakes in which Fausto (GB) with the help of Liam Jones will attempt to take first prize, however with the jockey only having an inferior 4% strike rate over the last twelve months this does not look like it will happen, not today in any case.

With some bush-league performances and a below par rating I don’t think this one should be on many short lists and would not think the winners prize will be going back to the Tom Dascombe yard.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

Dravid

Dravid (GB) is a 2yo from the Rod Millman stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 7f race which taking part here at Ffos Las.

May have what it takes for this class 4 event but may need a bit of luck considering it was unplaced recently in the same type of race.

Rod Millman record in Stakes races recently can be described as ailing with a low strike rate of only 6% being recorded.

Does not look to be one of the fancied runners on the form which has come to light and for all intense and purpose Dravid (GB) would be classed as having a below average chance.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

The Wee Barra

The Wee Barra (IRE) is a 4yo from the Kevin Ryan stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 9f race which taking part here at Musselburgh.

Over the last twelve months The Wee Barra (IRE) does have bits of form on which to weigh up its chances including a run at Carlisle (Gb) on the 19/08/2015, this was over today’s race distance and a good place was achieved on that occasion. But not all races are the same and the overall form for this runner may be seen as unproductive and there are others with better form.

Does not look to be one of the fancied runners on the form which has come to light and for all intense and purpose The Wee Barra (IRE) would be classed as having a below average chance.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Average

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