Sunday’s 71/1 Trends Treble!

A sunset at Newcastle racecourse on 22/3/19

Sunday brings a superb week of action to a close, after Glorious Goodwood treated us to something special. Moohather, Battleground and Battaash all stars in Sussex. Sunday’s cards lack the same household names but we have found three that match the trends to produce a 71/1 treble!

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2.25 Newcastle – Jash – 5/2

The trainer(s) of the moment are Simon & Ed Crisford, with the father and son team operating at a 46% strike-rate from their last fifteen runners. With 73% of their runners also placing, there is no better time to be following their exploits. They send a strong team to Newcastle on Sunday and Jash is a hugely interesting runner.

He’s been absent since June 2019, where he was aimed at the Group 1 Commonwealth Cup, sent off just 5/1 for that contest. He perhaps found that coming too soon, but his prior form was hugely impressive. Placed at Group 1 level as a juvenile, he was a Listed contest on his 2019 return too. He won on return last season and sports the tongue-tie on his seasonal debut. He has also undergone wind surgery and if returning anywhere near his peak, he’ll have too much for this field on equal terms.

2.55 Newcastle – Socially Shady – 4/1

No one rides Newcastle quite like Ben Curtis. He’s ridden at the track 477 times in the past five years, amassing a remarkable 18% strike-rate. In terms of profit, you’d be in £40.09 of it to level stakes if you’d have kept the faith with him. He has rides in every race on the programme on Sunday, with Socially Shady looking his best chance.

Karl Burke’s runner arrives on a hat-trick after back to back wins at Ripon and Pontefract. He still looked ahead of the handicapper when cosily getting up for the latter success and a four-pound rise is far from harsh. He’s run well on the All-Weather previously and he remains unexposed over the twelve-furlong distance. The best if firmly yet to come from this progressive three-year-old.

3.55 Sandown – Thai Power -11/4

If you’re looking for winners at Sandown, then look no further than Silvestre De Sousa. The former champ has a stellar record at the Esher venue, with a 24% strike-rate from 130 rides in the past five seasons. That equates to a £16.97 level stakes profit and he has some great rides on Sunday.

Perhaps his best is Thai Power, a lightly-raced three-year-old who was upped to 1m 6f on his latest start over course and distance. He finished a very good second, hitting the line strongly and hitting that there was plenty more to come with further racing. He’s just a pound higher for today’s assignment and he drops markedly in grade, which gives him massive claims with the in-form De Sousa in the plate.


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