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Track Bias Diary - Friday 19 April

Andrew Mount 3:59pm, Thu 18 Apr 2019

image-left-align track-bia14s-diary-v2High draws have a terrible record on All-weather Championships Day at Lingfield, with those drawn in stall nine or higher scoring just twice from 109 representatives. One of those winners came from stall 12 in the two-miler when switched to the inside under Silvestre De Sousa and the other broke smartly from stall 11 and was always prominent in the 7f fillies’ and mares’ race. Backing all those drawn in stall nine or above would have returned a loss of £94.00 to a £1 level stake at SP.

Track Bias Diary - Thursday 18 April

Andrew Mount 7:55am, Thu 18 Apr 2019

image-left-align track-bia14s-diary-v2Richard Hannon-trained two-year-olds who were fancied in the market but beaten on their debuts are often a good bet second-time out, especially early in the season. Those who tasted defeat first-time out, after starting as favourite or second favourite, are 32 from 92 at the second time of asking (34.4% strike-rate) for a profit of £69.39 to a £1 level stake at SP (+£102.47 at Betfair SP). In April or May only the strike-rate improves to 45% (nine from 20).

Track Bias Diary - Tuesday 16 April

Andrew Mount 5:58pm, Mon 15 Apr 2019

image-left-align track-bia14s-diary-v2There’s no out-and-out front-runner in the 6f Weatherbys TBA Handicap at Newmarket on Tuesday (1.50) but GREEN POWER (stall 14 of 15), whose latest win came from stall ten of ten when getting the rail at Ascot, should be up there from the outset under Ryan Moore and can make all against the stands’ rail. He wasn’t beaten far when fourth of 17 on his recent comeback at Doncaster (‘close up’) and remains open to improvement on only his second start since gelded.

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