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NEWMARKET RACECOURSE 1-50 Race Date 07/05/17 | Horse Racing

NEWMARKET RACECOURSE FORM

Going Up

Going Up is a 4yo from the Rae Guest stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

To win a race everything needs to drop right or at least have something that on which a runner could be recommended and in the case of Going Up the one thing it does have in its favour is the weight. When it raced at Wolverhampton on the 25/11/2016 it carried 09-05 to fill the 1st spot which was a similar weight as today and looks adequate.

Today’s runner is a 4yo and this looks a good place to start when checking the sire stats which over the last twelve months have recorded a 12% strike rate.

Has admissible but intermediate form and would only be of general interest if the odds are in our favour which would mean an each way bet might be on the cards.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Below Average

Cosmeapolitan

Cosmeapolitan is a 4yo from the Alan King stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

Over the last twelve months Cosmeapolitan does have bits of form on which to weigh up its chances including a run at Newbury on the 13/08/2016, 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.

The overall form for Cosmeapolitan looks to be unproductive or insufficient for a race like this and there are plenty of other runners to choose from.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

Frontiersman

Frontiersman is a 4yo from the Charlie Appleby 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 12f, one of these races in which this Colt put in a sterling effort was at Newmarket on the 22/09/2016 and finished 1st on that occasion which looked to be notable.

Moving onto the recent trainer stats and these look excellent for today’s race distance of 12f and with a sterling strike rate of 50% this runner looks top-notch.

This runner out of the Charlie Appleby stable has distinguished form which suggests that this would be one of the top contenders here today.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

Warrior Of Light

Warrior Of Light is a 6yo from the Brendan Powell stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

Overall form shows that Warrior Of Light who is a 6yo has run in Flat races before and has finished well but this form looks substandard and is not the most up to date and may be best to give this one the swerve.

Looks to be slightly deficient this runner with ailing form to its name and would not of thought that this one would be fighting out the finish.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

Lord Napier

Lord Napier is a 4yo from the John Ryan stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

What form does Lord Napier 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 01/07/2016 when it finished 2nd. On that day it was racing over 12f the same as today but it could be said that it was only a moderate type of an event.

Some types of events a trainer can have good stats to back up a runners form but in this case of John Ryan Flat races have not really produced the goods over the last year.

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

Banditry

Banditry is a 5yo from the Ian Williams stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

We normally find that horses that have managed to finish 1st as this one did on the 28/02/2017 when wearing the same headgear would have sound claims but that race at Lingfield looked to be more of a run of the mill type of event.

Looking at the race type and here we see it’s a Flat and with only average or suitable recent stats for today’s jockey in this type of event it appears to have moderate claims here.

Has some satisfactory but run of the mill type of form and would not be to high on many punters lists but with a bit of luck may find its way into a place.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

Big Country

Big Country is a 4yo who looks to have some fine form for this Handicap race and today is ridden by Silvestre De Sousa.

One of the things that came to light when looking through the form for this runner was today’s weight of 09-03 which is very similar to the weight carried on the 11/02/2017 when finishing 1st and would look to have an above average chance for this event.

Fitted with headgear which hopfully will give this one a chance after all the trainers recent record when sending out runners with some type of head covering has been beneficial with a superior strike rate of 15%.

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 Newmarket.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

Mustajeer

Mustajeer is a 4yo from the Owen Burrows stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

Mustajeer did have a good result when carrying 09-00 and finishing 1st on the 24/09/2015 but that is not the most recent of form but you could say its acceptable.

Trainer and jockey combinations are often used by punters in an attempt to get an advantage and in the case of Owen Burrows and Jim Crowley the recent stats show no real benefit with just a ordinary looking strike rate in the region of 14%.

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 Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Top Tug

Top Tug is a 6yo from the Alan King stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

So what chance does Top Tug 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 1st in that class 2 event.

Some trainers make extensive use of headgear and in the case of Alan King they have chosen to fit Top Tug with a No Headgear which considering the stats for the last twelve months show a low strike rate for their runners fitted with this head covering seems a bit odd.

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 Average – Jockey Average

Ravens Quest

Ravens Quest is a 4yo from the John Ryan stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

To win a race everything needs to drop right or at least have something that on which a runner could be recommended and in the case of Ravens Quest the one thing it does have in its favour is the weight. When it raced at Nottingham on the 02/07/2016 it carried 09-07 to fill the 1st spot which was a similar weight as today and looks adequate.

Some types of events a trainer can have good stats to back up a runners form but in this case of John Ryan Flat races have not really produced the goods over the last year.

One of the runners who looks to only have moderate or average form but is the type that could run well and therefore may be of interest if the main contenders put in a below par effort.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Above Average

Mainstream

Mainstream is a 4yo from the Sir Michael Stoute stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 12f race which taking part here at Newmarket.

The race type is often overlooked when studying form but can be a tremendous help, after all we don’t want to be backing horses running in the wrong events. With Mainstream we see that there was a top-notch performance in a Flat race which took place at Salisbury and while this may not of been the most up to the minute form it does show outstanding ability which can be put to good use here at Newmarket today.

This looks a nice Flat race and one in which Dansili, who is the sire has some exquisite recent stats. These stats show a first class strike rate of 21% when its offspring have run in Flat races.

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 Average

Beardwood

Beardwood Gelding who for this race has James Doyle on board which looks like helping here on ground which is marked down as Good To Firm

One of the things that came to light when looking through the form for this runner was today’s weight of 09-00 which is very similar to the weight carried on the 15/11/2016 when finishing 1st and would look to have an above average chance for this event.

There are lots of ways in which we look to enhance a runners form and sometimes easier than others and in the case of Beardwood its trained by Mark Johnston who recently have been enjoying a very good strike rate of 15% when their runners have competed in Flat race 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 Newmarket.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Dream Of Dreams

Dream Of Dreams is a 3yo from the Kevin Ryan 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 Hamilton.

To win a race everything needs to drop right or at least have something that on which a runner could be recommended and in the case of Dream Of Dreams the one thing it does have in its favour is the weight. When it raced at Haydock on the 27/05/2016 it carried 09-02 to fill the 1st spot which was a similar weight as today and looks adequate.

The recent stats for Kevin Ryan tells us that the results are average or undistinguished if you like when their runners have tried to win Flat events.

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 Above Average – Jockey Above Average

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