Long Distance Jockeys

I have been tracking three jockeys for a while now who all have something in common – they have a superb record in handicap chases that are 3 miles or further. There are a number of reasons why they stand out. Firstly all three are clearly superb judges of pace, either winding up their mounts from the front or pouncing at the right time to take the prize. They also clearly give their horses confidence at their fences. Sound, accurate jumping is key to winning these races. And of course they get the right firepower to go to war with.

Let me introduce the three jockeys to always keep onside when riding over the marathon distances.

1.Paddy Brennan

Rules:-

  • Handicap Chases, 3 miles to 3 miles 4 furlong inclusive.
  • Class 3,4,5
  • 12/1 or under

Results (2010-) :-

Bets Wins Win% P/L(SP) Places Place% ROI(SP) P/L(BF) ROI(BF) P/L(Plc) A/E
ALL 163 41 25.15 98.51 76 46.63 60.44 129.55 79.48 42.1 1.3
2014 29 8 27.59 28 15 51.72 96.55 33.45 115.36 13.95 1.57
2013 43 8 18.6 -3.92 16 37.21 -9.12 1.85 4.3 -2.05 0.85
2012 35 12 34.29 30.22 21 60 86.34 40.12 114.62 13.72 1.53
2011 28 6 21.43 17.83 10 35.71 63.68 22.72 81.13 2.4 1.28
2010 28 7 25 26.38 14 50 94.21 31.41 112.18 14.08 1.51

Paddy Brennan is a superb rider over 3miles-3m4f in the lower classes of racing. Given his association with Tom George it is no surprise, as you have seen from his record in Handicap Chases. However he also gets plenty of rides for Fergal O’Brien and the odd ride for other trainers. Definitely a rider who gives confidence to his mounts and who judges pace superbly. He is still underestimated by the market.

 

2.Paul Moloney

Rules:-

  • Handicap Chases over 3 miles plus
  • November-April inclusive
  • Class 1,2,3,4
  • 20/1 or under

Results (2010-):-

Bets Wins Win% P/L(SP) Places Place% ROI(SP) P/L(BF) ROI(BF) P/L(Plc) A/E
ALL 103 24 23.3 98.46 44 42.72 95.59 126.87 123.18 42.54 1.77
2014 13 2 15.38 2 5 38.46 15.38 5.3 40.78 0.73 1.33
2013 31 9 29.03 57.25 15 48.39 184.68 71.96 232.14 22.21 2.37
2012 24 6 25 20 11 45.83 83.33 25.71 107.12 12.43 1.85
2011 23 5 21.74 24.83 9 39.13 107.96 29.13 126.65 6.2 1.82
2010 12 2 16.67 -5.62 4 33.33 -46.83 -5.23 -43.59 0.97 0.89

Paul Moloney is renowned for waiting out the back on his mounts and timing his challenge perfectly. To perform 77% above market expectations says everything about his ability to win on horses that the market has not given a chance to. He obviously rides a lot for Evan Williams but he has plenty of outside winnings which keep the profits ticking over. His rides in long distance handicap chases are always worth a second look.

 

3.James Reveley

Rules:-

  • Handicap Chases over 3 miles plus
  • September-April Inclusive
  • Class 2,3,4,5
  • 20/1 or below

Results (2010-) :-

Bets Wins Win% P/L(SP) Places Place% ROI(SP) P/L(BF) ROI(BF) Plc(BF) P/L(Plc) A/E
ALL 163 38 23.31 103.91 76 46.63 63.75 140.45 86.17 82 67.4 1.41
2014 24 9 37.5 29.08 15 62.5 121.17 34.36 143.18 15 10.88 1.79
2013 28 7 25 49.75 12 42.86 177.68 66.05 235.89 13 21.22 1.59
2012 37 4 10.81 -9.5 16 43.24 -25.68 -6.59 -17.81 17 15.52 0.81
2011 46 12 26.09 29.58 24 52.17 64.3 38.66 84.03 26 18.67 1.44
2010 28 6 21.43 5 9 32.14 17.86 7.97 28.47 11 1.1 1.4

James Reveley has had a consistent record for some time in these types of races and clearly is a superb horseman and a great judge of pace. His mounts should always be kept onside during the bulk of the main National Hunt season over these marathon trips. The bulk of his rides are obviously for his father Keith, however he gets decent rides for Martin Todhunter (6/17) amongst others.
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Feel free to use this information as you please. I will be keeping these 3 riders on side when going chasing in the conditions described. These 3 have won nearly 400 points to BFSP since the beginning of 2010 and they are showing no signs of stopping anytime soon.

 

 

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