Bath Track Stats

Bath Racecourse

It’s great to see racing back at Bath on Wednesday, just in time for a myracing sponsored meeting. We will have Bath betting tips for every contest on the card, which despite only having small fields, has some fascinating races with a number of class droppers who look to be excellent bets during the afternoon. To help find the winners we’ve gone through all you need to know about this quirky kidney shaped track with it’s curved home straight and uphill run to the line.

Jockeys To Follow

Robert Winston – 8 winners in his last 35 rides at the track, that’s a 23% strike rate. He has three rides on the Wednesday card, including the NAP of the day so he looks well up to being able to add to that smart recent record.

William Cox – A young man at the start of his career, he has not got more than 5 winners at any track. Since the start of 2017 he has a record of 4/19 at Bath for a level stakes profit of £8.58. He has three rides on Wednesday in a bid to add to his young career stats at the course.

Trainers To Follow

Malcolm Saunders – Saunders has had more winners at the track than any other trainer in the last five years with 31. Not only does he lead the way with winners, he has done it at the same time as making a profit. He has a level stakes profit of £25.90 in that time and a  21% strike-rate so he is very much the number one handler to follow.

Ed de Giles – With a 21% strike rate in the last five seasons (10/48), de Giles has a big level stake profit at the track of £40.63 in that time, not far from a pound of profit for each runner which is an exceptional record. He is 2/5 so far in 2018 with an excellent chance of adding to that record on Wednesday’s card.

Horses To Watch

Babyfact (2.30pm) – Five times a course winner, she has not been seen at this track since July 2017 when successful. She is six pounds below that winning mark here and with the likelihood that a return to her favourite stomping ground will spark her back into life, she would look to have an outstanding chance in the second race of the afternoon.

Spot Lite (5.05pm) – Two wins in three course visits, both on fast ground that he clearly enjoys. This is going to demand more from him from a couple of pounds higher and up a class. On a quirky track like Bath, however, course form has a big value on it so he needs to be given plenty of respect.

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