Ffos Las Track Stats

Ffos Las Racecourse

The final myracing sponsored meeting of 2018 is at Ffos Las, the newest course in the country. A left-handed galloping track, it can be a proper test of stamina – even over the shorter trips – in the depth of winter when the ground is heavy. Six races form the card that starts at 12.35pm, there’s runner by runner guides to all of them in our Ffos Las Tips.

Trainers To Follow

Evan Wiliams – While backing all of Williams’ runners blind at Ffos Las would yield a significant loss, Ludlow is the only other UK track where he has sent out more winners than here. Of late, however, since the start of the 2017/18 season, Williams is 17/83 at Ffos Las, showing a level stake profit of £8.36 so his figures have shown a clear upturn in more recent times.

Peter Bowen – The closest racecourse for the yard based at Haverfordwest so it’s no surprise to see them banging in the winners here. Ffos Las is his winningest course (tied with Worcester) and while backing blindly won’t create a profit, his is a yard who must always be afforded huge respect here.

Rebecca Curtis – With a 25% strike rate at the track as well as more than double the winners at Ffos Las than at any other course, it will be no surprise to anyone to see Curtis on the list. The yard are 20/70 (29%) here with their chasers with a level stakes profit of £16.84 which is eye-catching.

Jockeys To Follow

Adam Wedge – 6/29 here this season and 13/62 since the start of last campaign, Wedge continues to be one of the most under-rated jockeys in the weighing room. 37 winners here in his career which is 17 more than anywhere else, this track clearly brings out the best in him.

Sam Twiston-Davies – 51% of the rides Twiston-Davies has had at Ffos Las have been in the first three, including 48 winners. It would be a surprise given the strength of the rides he has, if he were not to head home with a winner on Friday’s card.

Rex Dingle – It might not seem immediately obvious to have a seven-pound claimer on this list but Dingle has two winners and a third in three rides at the track. He has impressed viewers of late, especially being able to get tunes out of some quirky types. He is very much a jockey on the up and worth following.

Horses To Follow

Magical Man 12.35pm – Winner of this race in 2017 from just a pound lower, he has three wins in eleven chases at the track. The veteran will be a big price here but he has a win and a couple of places from a break in the past.

Never Equalled 2.50pm – Three times a winner in nine visits to the track, just two pounds above his last winning mark. Two of his career wins have come under this jockey – one here and one at Plumpton – with no concerns if the ground were to soften.

You can find our selections for all the other meetings on Friday on our horse racing tips.

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