Our regular column produced some stunnning results last week, including winners at 14/1 and 22/1, and found Aweeminit at 4/1 yesterday. We’ve again highlighted some runners in Britain and Ireland who could outrun their odds.
Sir Michael Stoute has an overall strike-rate of 19 per cent but he has a 28 per cent success-rate with horses running first time after a wind operation. Interestingly, three-year-old debutant Ghadbbaan has been given wind surgery before his first ever run and is worth keeping an eye on in the market.
Another horse it’s worth paying attention to if there is a market move is Pinchpoint in Yamouth’s last race of the night. Trained by John Butler, whose horses tend to perform well when backed, this horse wears a tongue-tie for the first time and Butler has an 18 per cent strike-rate on the first occasion horses wear that type of headgear. That success-rate is double that of the rest of his string, which makes Pinchpoint of interest
Yorkshireman Mick Easterby’s runners do not tend to travel too far, probably due to the famously frugal trainer’s view of diesel costs. Today, Easterby sends Maldonado to Brighton, a distance of 272 miles from his yard. Easterby has saddled only ten runners who have travelled that far in the last ten years and four have won.
TODAY’S BEST BETS
GHADBBAAN (3.30 Kempton)
PINCHPOINT (7.55 Yarmouth)
MALDONADO (4.40 Brighton)
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