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KEMPTON RACECOURSE 4-10 Race Date 07/11/16 | Horse Racing

KEMPTON RACECOURSE FORM

Alberta

Alberta is a 7yo from the Jim Best stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Kempton.

What makes this runners form admissible is the fact it got a good result recently when racing at Epsom when claiming the 1st place prize. Had a similar type of weight that day which it is set to carry in this race which gives Alberta on form a modest chance.

This runner is has an average chance and the stats which demonstrate this best are the sires offspring when racing in Handicap event and over the last twelve months there has been a 9% strike rate.

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 Average – Jockey Below Average

The Unit

The Unit is a 5yo from the Alan King stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

The use of different types of headgear can make a difference to a horses running and this would have been no doubt the case at Newbury when The Unit put in a meritorious display when applied with No Headgear which is the same as we have here again today, so we are off to an excellent start with this runner.

So on to the race type which is a Hurdle and if the trainer has a good recent record in these types of races it would mean we have a nice selection. The stats show that Alan King has been recently hitting at strike rate of 27% in these type of events so looks as if we have found an excellent runner with both good form and stats.

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

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Below Average

Le Capricieux

Le Capricieux is a 5yo from the Gary Moore stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Kempton.

What form does Le Capricieux have? Well the best way of looking at this runner is to take into account its last twelve months of form and by doing this we can see there was a race on the 30/05/2016 when it finished 2nd. On that day it was racing over 16f the same as today but it could be said that it was only a moderate type of an event.

Moving onto the conclusion for this runner and with only what could be described as acceptable or tolerable form this one can just be given an average chance here for this event.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

Herons Heir

Herons Heir is a 8yo from the Dan Skelton stable who has some praiseworthy form on which to recommend for this 16f race which taking part here at Kempton.

Some splendid form over today’s race distance of 16f and while the race at Warwick on the 02/05/2016 may not be right up to the minute but it was a praiseworthy ride by Harry Skelton on that occasion.

So lets move onto the trainer stats for Hurdle races and in the last year we see a 19% strike rate when Dan Skelton has chosen a runner to compete in these events.

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 Kempton.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Burning Desire

Burning Desire is a 5yo from the Richard Hughes stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 16f race which taking part here at Kempton.

Headgear is used in an attempt to get the most from a runner and can sometimes have desired affect as was the case when Burning Desire ran at Newbury, finished 3rd on that occasion and is not the most recent of form and looks to have far more to do here today.

The expression dime-a-dozen sprung to mind when going through the form for this runner and with a low rating this runner appears inferior.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Satanic Beat

Satanic Beat is a 7yo from the Phil Middleton stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Kempton.

I looked through all this ones form to find something which could make it stand out and while there was a Handicap race it took part in at Kelso on the 17/09/2014 its performance that day only appeared to be moderate or standard.

So here we are with Satanic Beat 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 7% of the time which is only a moderate success rate.

Form for this runner looks up to scratch but with better candidates in this race its overall chance could only be classed as admissible.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Lethal Impact

Lethal Impact is a 2yo from the David Simcock stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

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 runners overall form looks to be below par for a race like this but it could possible be worth an each way provided that it had longish odds.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Above Average

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