It’s a strong finish to the week on Sunday, with four meetings to look forward to. Chelmsford, Hamilton, Listowel and Plumpton all host cards on a non-stop day of action.
If you’re a trends man, we’ve gone digging for three interesting ones from Sunday’s racing. Think the numbers are always the thing to follow? Then make sure you’re following these three trends!
The action might be behind closed doors, but you don’t have to miss a thing with Virgin Bet! They’ll be streaming all the action, keep reading to find out how you can take advantage.
Strike while it’s hot!
John McConnell is having a very productive time of things when sending his runners to Listowel in 2019. He took four horses to the venue last season, with a pair of them returning to the winner’s enclosure. That might not be a huge sample size, but it amassed a profit of £30.00 to level stakes!
His sole Listowel runner on Sunday is Hand In My Pocket, who deserves to break her maiden today. She’s been banging on the door in three hurdling starts, beaten a neck at Wexford on her first try of the three-mile distance last time.
He remains thoroughly unexposed and should improve for further running over the three-mile distance. Five-pound claimer Simon Torrens takes over the ride and if building on her three efforts to date, she’s going to be tough to beat.
Read the Chelmsford Transcript!
If you want to make profit at Chelmsford, Jane Chapple-Hyam is the woman to follow. If you had backed all twenty-six of her runners at the venue this year, you’d have amassed a superb profit of £45.50 to level stakes thanks to seven winners!
She runs two at the venue on Sunday, but Transcript looks to be the standout chance. She ran just three times for James Tate, showing plenty of ability amongst inexperience. Placed in novice company on her second start, she posted a career-best when last seen at Wolverhampton.
She finished a close sixth after just running out of steam late on, with a further step up in distance surely up her alley on a pedigree basis. She’s dropped three pounds in the ratings and with a change of scenery a potential catalyst to improvement, she requires deep respect.
Big prices? No problem!
From twenty rides at Hamilton in 2020, Phil Dennis has brought home three winners. It’s not the most impressive of strike-rates, but it’s amassed a remarkable profit of £63.83 to level stakes! Big prices are no problem for Dennis and Edgar Allen Poe could be set for a return to form.
He’s been below form in four 2020 starts, including a recent run at Redcar where he hung and weakened in the closing stages. He’s now seven pounds below his last winning rating, however, and his Hamilton record reads 13416.
His latest Redcar effort wasn’t devoid of promise and dropped into Class 6 company for the first time in a while, there is plenty to like about his chances.
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