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CHELMSFORD RACECOURSE 5-40 Race Date 08/09/16 | Horse Racing

CHELMSFORD RACECOURSE FORM

Rosie’s Vision

Rosie’s Vision is a 3yo from the Mark Usher stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

Looking for something different then Rosie’s Vision could be the one, it has what could be called middle of the road form but does have the advantage of finishing 3rd at Lingfield which is a unknown course the same as Chelmsford.

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

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 Average – Jockey Below Average

Deftera Lad

Deftera Lad is a 4yo from the Natalie Lloyd-Beavis stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

So what chance does Deftera Lad on its overall form? Well ailing would be how its form could be described with only one small glimmer of light being its race at Lingfield which while not recent it did manage to finish 2nd in that class 6 event.

What can the sire stats tell us about this runners chances here today in this Handicap race? Well in these type of event there is only a insufficient 4% strike rate, which does not sound to good.

A runner who for this race appears to have to much detrimental form to its name and I feel it may be wise to pass this one over.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Gunner Moyne

Gunner Moyne is a 4yo from the Gary Moore stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

This runner not only has tiptop form but has also proved it can handle a unknown course which it did in a distinguished fashion when racing at Chelmsford on the 14/01/2016.

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

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

Power Up

Power Up is a 5yo from the Jane Chapple-Hyam stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

Class of a horse can tell us what level a runner is capable of running to and if we look at the overall form of Power Up we can see outings which are generally run of the mill. These include an outing in a class 6 race at Wolverhampton a while back which would be described as suitable but not top draw.

So here we are with Power Up ready to take part in a Handicap race which may not be the best choice due to the fact that over the last year its current trainer has only hit the winners enclosure 11% of the time which is only a moderate success rate.

This runner only looks to have middling form and would not really be seen as one of the leading lights but more middle of the road for this event, however could possible reward an each way type of bet.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

First Summer

First Summer is a 4yo from the Shaun Harris stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

Has form in Handicap races which while not first rate they could be described as satisfactory which suggests that maybe a place is the most likely results for First Summer.

A few stats can help when making a decision about a runners chance and with First Summer we see it is out of the sire by the name Cockney Rebel who’s offspring have a passable recent strike rate of 10% when running in Handicap races.

This runner only looks to have middling form and would not really be seen as one of the leading lights but more middle of the road for this event, however could possible reward an each way type of bet.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

Ahraam

Ahraam Gelding who for this race has Jordan Uys on board which looks like helping here on ground which is marked down as Standard

Having the right headgear fitted can sometimes help and with Ahraam it certainly appears to be the case and was proved when putting in a commendable recent run by finishing 2nd at Brighton when it was fitted with a No Headgear, so looks above average choice for this race.

Accomplished stats is what we have for this sire and in particular when racing in Handicap races which shows a fine recent record of 16%.

By no means the top rated here for this race but its not that far off and with the form shown so far could not really be left out of the reckoning here for this race at Chelmsford.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Boychick

Boychick is a 3yo from the Ed Walker stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

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 Salisbury in a UK Flat race.

Looks to be one of the runners here in which an investment could very well pay off with an excellent rating and some notable form to its name for this Handicap event.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Thane Of Cawdor

Thane Of Cawdor is a 7yo from the Joseph Tuite stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 10f race which taking part here at Chelmsford.

Does not have one of the highest Jadwiz ratings in this race and would possible be seen as more of an each way chance based on form that was on display when running in a Handicap race on the 20/03/2013 when finishing 1st.

Sometimes a trainers record can indicate things that are not always evident when looking or reading through the runners form and one of these is that Joseph Tuite has only successfully make the winners enclosure 5% of the time with a 7yo runner over the year, which is below average.

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

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Average

Shipyard

Shipyard is a 7yo from the Michael Appleby stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 6f race which taking part here at Doncaster.

Another runner who’s form looks to be damaging is Shipyard and the only thing to write home about would be it came 1st in a Flat race, not recently, but was within the last twelve months.

Overall form for this runner looks to be insufficient and substandard for a race like this and the best I feel it could do would be to possible be reach a place but its odds would need to be at least double figures.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

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