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NEWCASTLE RACECOURSE 7-15 Race Date 10/03/17 | Horse Racing

NEWCASTLE RACECOURSE FORM

Kiwi Bay

Kiwi Bay is a 12yo from the Michael Dods stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

We normally find that horses that have managed to finish 1st as this one did on the 29/08/2016 when wearing the same headgear would have sound claims but that race at Newcastle looked to be more of a run of the mill type of event.

Newcastle is a course that is unknown and when this runners trainer has recent sent horses to race on these types of course there has been only an acceptable success 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 Below Average – Jockey Average

Mr Sundowner

Mr Sundowner is a 5yo from the Wilf Storey stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

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 Ayr on the 29/09/2015 its performance that day only appeared to be moderate or standard.

Progressing onto the trainer to gaze at how their recent form has been in Handicap races and it appears to be fair and while this may not be ideal it is satisfactory.

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 Below Average – Jockey Below Average

John Caesar

John Caesar is a 6yo from the Rebecca Bastiman stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

Intermediate form over the last twelve months is how things appear to be for John Caesar who is a 6yo out of the sire by the name Bushranger, or this is how things look when taking par in Handicap races. Did put in a tolerable run at Wolverhampton on the 08/04/2016 when ridden by Daniel Tudhope but the word average does spring to mind.

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

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

Mr Potter

Mr Potter is a 4yo from the Richard Guest stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

With this race being a Handicap we would be looking for good recent form in this type of race and on first glance we can see that Mr Potter did finish 1st in such a race but that result may very well not count for much.

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 Above Average – Jockey Average

A Boy Named Sue

A Boy Named Sue is a 4yo from the Peter Niven stable who has some praiseworthy form on which to recommend for this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

Sometimes we can find that extra nugget of information that can make everything suddenly become clear, in the case of A Boy Named Sue I’m talking about its recent outing when finishing 2nd, that course was also a unknown course the same as today.

This looks to be a good race and one in which A Boy Named Sue appears to hold a chance due to the talented form which has been shown in the past and could very well be worth a bet.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

New Abbey Angel

New Abbey Angel is a 4yo from the Keith Dalgleish stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

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 Lingfield when New Abbey Angel put in a meritorious display when applied with Cheekpieces which is the same as we have here again today, so we are off to an excellent start with this runner.

Combination time and both trainer and jockey appear to be getting on very well and have produced a distinguished strike rate of 100% in the last twelve months which makes this partnership look outstanding.

The conclusion for this runner is that it could safely be added to any short list and could very well be the top selection to land the first prize here.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

Jessie Allan

Jessie Allan is a 6yo from the Jim Goldie stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

Race class can be looked at when studying form to see how well or badly a runner has performed over the last year and in the case of Jessie Allan these harmful displays include finishing unplaced at Newcastle in a class 6 event.

Over the last twelve months things have not been great for Sam James when ridding races over a distance of 8f their strike rate has been below par at 4% and looks discouraging.

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 Average – Jockey Below Average

Sheer Intensity

Sheer Intensity is a 4yo from the David Evans stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

Over the last twelve months I can see some excellent form on which to recommend this runner especially over today’s distance of 8f, one of these races in which this Filly put in a sterling effort was at Lingfield on the 07/12/2016 and finished 3rd on that occasion which looked to be notable.

This runner is a 4yo and recent results for today’s jockey show an impressive strike rate of 33% when in charge of runners of this age.

Looks to be one of the main contenders here in this race with admirable form lines to back up its rating would look to have a top-notch chance of taking this event and would be a worthy selection.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Below Average

Luath

Luath is a 4yo from the Suzzanne France stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 8f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

Taking into account the overall form for Luath it would be considered to have a middle of the road chance as there does not seem to be any real factors which stand out. This is a 8f race and ordinary or passable would be the words I would use and it can be seen as more of an each way chance.

A few stats can help when making a decision about a runners chance and with Luath we see it is out of the sire by the name Archipenko who’s offspring have a passable recent strike rate of 12% when running in Handicap races.

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 Above Average – Jockey Above Average

A J Cook

A J Cook is a 7yo from the Ron Barr stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 5f race which taking part here at Newcastle.

What form does A J Cook 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 01/08/2016 when it finished 1st. On that day it was racing over 5f the same as today but it could be said that it was only a moderate type of an event.

So here we are with A J Cook 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 9% 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 Above Average – Jockey Average

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