Saturday Horse Racing Trends: 115/1 Stats Double

Poet's Word winning The Prince Of Wales's Stakes in 2018

Trends Analysis: Saturday 27th July 2019

One of the summer weekend highlights this Saturday as a high-class field line-up for the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes at Ascot.

With last year’s runner-up, Crystal Ocean, the 2017 winner Enable, plus last month’sEpsom Derby hero – Anthony Van Dyck – in the field then it’s a must-see renewal of this Group One.

In total, the ITV cameras take in four races from the Berkshire track, while the supporting TV card at York is also a cracker, with three contests that include the SkyBet Dash.

As always, we take a look though all the domestic cards and highlight some standout stats.

Don’t forget, you can also get more help finding the winner for all this Saturday’s races on our Free Horse Racing Tips page.

115/1 Standout Stats Double

2.05 York: This race is named after Get Knotted, who has also won this prize for the last three seasons.

3.00 Ascot: Burnt Sugar won the race twelve months ago.

Ascot Trends

1.50 Ascot: The horse from stall one has won five of the last eight runnings.

3.00 Ascot: Burnt Sugar won the race twelve months ago.

3.40 Ascot: Trainers Sir Michael Stoute (3) and John Gosden (3) have won six of the last ten runnings between them. More King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes Trends Here

4.15 Ascot: The horse from stall two has won five of the last ten runnings.

York Trends

2.05 York: This race is named after Get Knotted, who has also won this race for the last three seasons.

2.40 York: Flying Pursuit has won the last two runnings.

Newcastle Trends

2.45 Newcastle: Trainer John Gosden has a 35% record with his three-year-olds at the track.

3.55 Newcastle: The Ralph Beckett yard have a 28% strike-rate with their horses at the course.

Chester Trends

3.10 Chester: Powerallied won this race twelve months ago.

3.50 Chester: The Sir Michael Stoute yard have a 27% record with their three-year-olds at the track.

4.25 Chester: Trainer Andrew Balding has won two of the last four runnings.

Salisbury Trends

5.45 Salisbury: The Martyn Meade yard are two-from-three with their juveniles at the track.

7.45 Salisbury: The William Haggas stable have a 40% record with their three-year-olds at the track.

8.15 Salisbury: The Ian Williams yard have a 31% record with their runners at the course.

Lingfield Trends

5.30 Lingfield: Trainer David O’Meara has a 57% record with his runners at the track.

6.30 Lingfield: The William Haggas yard have a 63% record with their two-year-olds at the course.

Every LIVE Saturday race covered on ITV can be found on our ITV Racing Tips section, with runner-by-runner previews for each contest.

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