Some more National Hunt Stats

I am just pulling together a Bonus Report for anyone who decides to get my ‘Trainer Track Profiles’ (I may think of a better name!) guide – which I think I will launch next Thursday  – anyway, the Bonus Report includes:-

 

1. National Hunt Flat Newcomers

  • Trainer Track Combos for those making their National Hunt Flat Debut, Positives and Negatives. 

2. The Best Of Ireland 

  • Handicap Hurdles, trainer/track combos 
  • Handicap Chases, trainer/ track combos 

3. The Best of Non-Handicaps (GB)

  • Hurdles, trainer/track combos (maiden,novice)
  • Chases, trainer/track combos (beginners,novice)

4. ‘Best of’ from the main report (handicap hurdles, chases, Trainer/jockey combos handicap debutants)

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As a flavour I have repeated some of the stats below, that you can start using straight away…

 

NHF Newcomers (0 runs in career – ignores any runs abroad,in France for example)

  • D McCain/Uttoxeter: 24 bets / 6 wins / 15 places / 25% SR / +18.96 SP
  • Miss E C Lavelle/Wincanton: 11 bets / 5 wins / 9 places / 45.45% SR / +31.25 SP
  • S R B Crawford/Down Royal: 15 bets / 3 wins / 8 places / 20% SR / +12.5 SP

 

The Best of Ireland 

Handicap Hurdles

  • Henry De Bromhead/Wexford: 13 bets / 4 wins / 8 places / 30.77% SR / +21 SP
  • Thomas Mullins/Killarney: 11 bets / 4 wins / 5 places / 36.36% SR / +29 SP

(8 more in addition to those two)

Handicap Chases

  • John J Walsh/Limerick: 18 bets / 5 wins / 8 places / 27.78% SR / +28.25 SP
  • Gordon Elliot/Downpatrick: 16 bets / 4 wins / 6 places / 25% SR / +14.25 SP

(8 more in addition to those)

 

The Best of Non-Handicaps 

Novice/Maiden Hurdles 

  • A King/Plumpton: 27 bets / 14 wins / 18 places / 51.85% SR / +24.21 SP
  • D E Pipe/Chepstow: 25 bets / 10 wins / 11 places / 40% SR / +34.08 SP

(9 more in addition) 

Beginners/Novice Chases

  • Gordon Elliot/Cheltenham: 15 bets / 5 wins / 7 places / 33.33% SR / +22.5 SP

(6 more in addition) 

 

Best of – from main guide

Handicap Hurdles 

  • Miss Suzy Smith/Plumton: 43 bets / 16 wins / 23 places / 37.21% SR / +76.63 SP
  • N P Mulholland/Fontwell: 54 bets / 14 wins / 28 places / 25.93% SR / +60 SP
  • Jonjo O’Neill/Wetherby: 23 bets / 7 wins / 13 places / 30.43% SR / +15.63 SP

(7 more in addition to those three)

Handicap Chases 

  • M J Jefferson/Sedgefield: 43 bets / 15 wins / 23 places / 34.88% SR / +48.38 SP
  • D G Bridgwater/Plumpton: 24 bets / 11 wins / 13 places / 45.83% SR / +23.54 SP
  • P J Hobbs/Taunton: 23 bets / 8 wins / 12 places / 34.78% SR / +16.13 SP

(13 more in addition to those)

 

Best of Trainer/Jockey Combos

Handicap Hurdles 

  • D McCain/Jason Maguire/Bangor: 38 bets / 10 wins / 16 places / 26.32% SR / +31.45 SP
  • P Bowen/T J O’Brien/Ffos Las: 23 bets / 7 wins / 14 places / 30.43% SR / +14.75 SP

Handicap Chases 

  • K G Reveley/J Reveley/Newcastle: 33 bets / 12 wins / 17 places / 36.36% SR / +29.13 SP
  • P J Hobbs/R Johnson/Newbury: 40 bets / 11 wins / 18 places / 27.5% SR / +58.83 SP

 

Handicap Debutants 

Hurdles 

  • P F Nicholls/Cheltenham (inc Festival): 40 bets / 9 wins / 20 places / 22.5% SR / +40.75 SP
  • Mrs S J Smith/Wetherby: 16 bets / 4 wins / 7 places / 25% SR / +16.5 SP

Chases 

  • Evan Williams/Ludlow: 17 bets / 7 wins / 9 places / 41.18% SR / +21.5 SP

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As I said that is just a snippet and I have included some of the best stats above, as well as leaving many more in the main bonus guide 🙂 I will send out the above plus a few more stats from the main guide on Monday in a PDF, for you to use as you see fit. 

My intention has been to produce the best, easiest to use and most useful stats guide around to help  you and I identify value bets in a matter of seconds/minutes. Hopefully those of you who have been following this blog for any amount of time can see the value of such trainer based stats. If you want to profit from jumps racing in particular this information is crucial in helping to frame a race – and, I would like to think it will give us quite a big edge. 

Anyway, more on the main guide, and more freebies, next week. Hopefully you are as excited about this as I am!

Happy Punting 

p.s this isnt some exaggerated build up to me asking you for lots of money. I enjoy giving away all this info to help you find winners. For those that want to gain that extra edge and who want to find plenty of winners this jumps season (both from your sofa and when you go racing) the guide will be a very reasonable price for what it is. It will save loads of time and help you find your own winners. It really will be a must have 🙂 (ok, I am biased)

 

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12 Responses

  1. Hello josh you have pulled the rabbit out of the bag again with your stats and information really brilliant, I to can’t wait for the jump season to start I’m definetly more lucky over the sticks, looking forward to next Thursday.

  2. Hi Josh

    Thanks for this..typical of what I’ve come to expect from you since you launched — quality and value ( on this occasion free !)

    I look foward to buying the main guide later this week. Also great to have the monthly trainers runners flagged up each day on the blog..I hope that will continue through the Winter. All the best

    Mike West (Lancashire)

    1. Thanks Mike, quality and value is certainly always my intention! Yes I plan to have a few micro systems/monthly angles chugging along in the background and it is only 5 minutes ‘work’ to type them up so no reason why won’t continue posting them daily.

  3. Hi josh, will there be a report on trainers that you have to keep an eye on the market with.this info would be helpfull as i follow the money

    1. Hi Tony, that is something I have never thought about trying to predict. Surely, once the money has come and therefore the price has gone it is difficult to win long term? Certainly there are money yards and money horses though . but no this guide won’t include that info.

    1. Thanks Ted, much appreciated. Yes they do take some time to unearth but it is normally worth it – and I would do it for my benefit anyway and seems rather selfish not to post them up etc so that others can hopefully make some profit as well.

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