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HAYDOCK RACECOURSE 1-50 Race Date 21/07/17 | Horse Racing

HAYDOCK RACECOURSE FORM

Ballesteros

Ballesteros is a 8yo from the Richard Fahey stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

Overall form shows that Ballesteros who is a 8yo 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.

A substandard strike rate is on offer here when looking at the weight carried by runners out of the sire Tomba which lets us know that there is only an overall strike rate of 4%.

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

Foxy Forever

Foxy Forever is a 7yo from the Michael Wigham 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 Haydock.

This is a class 4 race and it helps to know that a runner has form when running in these type of events and with Foxy Forever it does have some suitable outings over the last twelve months on which to make a decision. One of these races in which it put in a typical but has to be said undistinguished run was at Wolverhampton when finishing 1st but as I said that form would be classed as ordinary.

On the cards here is a Flat race and recent results show that the sire for this runner has produced offspring that have gained some middle of the road results, at the moment the strike rate is 11%.

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 Average – Jockey Above Average

Razin’ Hell

Razin’ Hell is a 6yo from the John Balding 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 Haydock.

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 Razin’ Hell we can see outings which are generally run of the mill. These include an outing in a class 4 race at Southwell a while back which would be described as suitable but not top draw.

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

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 Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Foxtrot Knight

Foxtrot Knight is a 5yo from the Ruth Carr stable who has some excellent form on which to recommend a bet for this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

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 Chelmsford when Foxtrot Knight 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.

left handed course and these types of tracks have recently suited Jack Garritty very well and stats show an excellent strike rate of 100%.

With some tiptop form this notable runner form the Ruth Carr stable would be high on anyone’s list and appears to be one of the main contenders in this event.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

Red Stripes

Red Stripes is a 5yo who looks to have some fine form for this Handicap race and today is ridden by Jordan Uys.

Some horses are natural born racers while others need a bit of persuading to bring out the best in them and this often comes in the form some type of headgear and if we look back to a race that took place on 27/12/2015 we see it finished 1st with a No Headgear, same as today.

A accomplished competitor for an event like this and also one who appears to have a chance, not top rated but then again not to far away and when you through in its splendid form it all adds up to a worthy participant.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

Seve

Seve is a 5yo from the Karen George stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

Headgear is used in an attempt to get the most from a runner and can sometimes have desired affect as was the case when Seve ran at Chester, finished 1st on that occasion and is not the most recent of form and looks to have far more to do here today.

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

Dusty Blue

Dusty Blue is a 5yo from the Michael Easterby stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

Another runner who’s form looks to be damaging is Dusty Blue 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.

Graham Lee ridding on a left handed over the last twelve months has not seen great results, these below average stats show only a 5% strike rate.

Could not be classed has having a great chance of taking the winners prize back to the trainers stable and other better candidate can easily be found.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

Memories Galore

Memories Galore is a 5yo from the Roger Fell 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 Haydock.

We normally find that horses that have managed to finish 1st as this one did on the 30/11/2016 when wearing the same headgear would have sound claims but that race at Kempton looked to be more of a run of the mill type of event.

On the cards here is a Flat race and recent results show that the sire for this runner has produced offspring that have gained some middle of the road results, at the moment the strike rate is 9%.

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 Above Average

Landing Night

Landing Night is a 5yo from the Rebecca Menzies stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

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 Landing Night we see that there was a top-notch performance in a Flat race which took place at Catterick 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 Haydock today.

Looking at recent stats gives an up to date picture of what is happening and in the case of the jockeys record we see that currently over today’s race distance of 5f there is an exceptional 27% strike rate.

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 Average

Midnight Malibu

Midnight Malibu is a 4yo from the Tim Easterby 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 Haydock.

This is a Flat race and although it has run in these type of races in the past and even managed to be placed 1st at Chester on the 08/07/2016 its overall form is more what you would call guideline.

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.

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 Average

African Friend

African Friend is a 4yo from the Henry Candy 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 Windsor in a UK Flat race.

Flat race for both horse and jockey to contend with here and as far as Georgia Cox is concerned there should be no problem due to their recent success rate of 24% in this type of event.

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 Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Tarboosh

Tarboosh is a 4yo from the Paul Midgley stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

Headgear is used in an attempt to get the most from a runner and can sometimes have desired affect as was the case when Tarboosh ran at Kempton, finished 1st on that occasion and is not the most recent of form and looks to have far more to do here today.

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

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Below Average

Jabbarockie

Jabbarockie is a 4yo from the Eric Alston stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

The one thing that the form book does show for Jabbarockie is that with the right headgear, which it has today, it can sometimes run well. With that said I do feel that today will not be one of them as there are far to many other runners with better form lines.

Jason Hart ridding on a left handed over the last twelve months has not seen great results, these below average stats show only a 5% strike rate.

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 Average

Lathom

Lathom is a 4yo from the David O’Meara stable who has some praiseworthy form on which to recommend for this 5f race which taking part here at Haydock.

Weight can play its part much the same as other factors and having a horse with the right weight makes the form worthy, this is what we have with this runner a splendid performance on the Flat when it carried 09-05 to finish 1st. Some may say that the form is not as new as others in the race but it does show it is adept at carrying this sort of weight.

This is a Flat and one thing I noticed was the recent stats for today’s jockey which shows a 20% strike rate in these type of event which looks agreeable form for this runner.

This looks to be a good race and one in which Lathom 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 Average – Jockey Average

Invincible Ridge

Invincible Ridge is a 9yo from the Eric Alston 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 Haydock.

As we know Haydock is a left handed course and having tolerable form on these types of courses does help but in the case of Invincible Ridge I’m not quite so sure its races at Wolverhampton when running over 5f would be seen as a stand out result.

On the cards here is a Flat race and recent results show that the sire for this runner has produced offspring that have gained some middle of the road results, at the moment the strike rate is 9%.

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

Picture No Sound

Picture No Sound is a 2yo from the Richard Fahey stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 6f race which taking part here at Nottingham.

Had a recent run at Doncaster when it carried a similar weight when unplaced in a unremarkable race and that about sums things up for this runner, touchstone.

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.

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 Average

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