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Jonathan Blackledge 1st Oct 2011 - 7:16

Racing stats and pointers - 1 October

Horse racing on Saturdays always provides top-class racing but it is also the busiest day of the week for sport. So to help with the work, please find below our key stats and pointers for the day’s racing:

If you had backed Johnny Murtagh with £10 when riding for William Haggas this year you would have made £215. He has three rides for Haggas today: Al Wajba (Newmarket 13:50), Aniseed (Newmarket 14:25), Leitrim King (Newmarket 16:10).

Perfect Tribute (Ascot 15:15) broke the track record when winning in April this year when he last ran at Ascot. He has run here twice before and finished 1st and 3rd.

Rainfall in the Ascot 17:00 has won both his starts at Ascot, the only horse in the race to have won there.

69% of Redcar’s 2 year old non-handicap races have been won by the favourite this year. There are two of these races today: Redcar 14:15 and Redcar 16:00.

63% of favourites have won when Fontwell has staged a non-handicap chase. There is one such race, Fontwell 16:15.

Jim Goldie has travelled 405 miles to Ascot for Nanton (14:40) and Hawkeyethenoo (15:50) to run. Hawkeyethenoo has already won at Ascot this year in the Victoria Cup.

It pays to follow the front of the market. The favourite has won the Ascot 14:40 seven times from the last ten years, with the biggest priced winner being 7/2.

 
 
 

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