The fast and furious start to the week continues on Tuesday, with five meetings to look forward to! Yarmouth, Tipperary, Redcar, Hexham and Kempton all host competitive cards, including a nine-race bonanza at the latter!
If you like to follow the statistics and trends, then this is the article for you! I’ve hunted through the Tuesday cards to find the in-form trainers, and those having strong campaigns at certain tracks.
Treble was best-price at the time of writing (6:15pm on Monday).
1.00 Yarmouth – Dusk (7/2)
It’ll be little surprise to you, that Sir Michael Stoute is on the hot trainers list once again. He’s bagged twelve winners from his last thirty-eight runners, which equates to a 32% strike-rate. That includes six winners last week.
He runs Dusk at Yarmouth tomorrow and she looks like a classic Stoute improver. A daughter of Galileo, she has a very classy pedigree and went close to breaking her maiden when second at Lingfield on her latest outing.
That was a marked stepped forward from her two earlier starts and she now goes handicapping off a very interesting rating. She should continue improving with further experience and should prove difficult to beat.
1.45 Redcar – Air To Air (7/4)
It’s been a very strong period for Newmarket based trainer George Boughey, who can boast a 31% strike-rate from his last thirteen runners. He sends Air To Air to Redcar on Tuesday and his charge looks to have above average claims.
He’s run well in both his starts thus far, with both those efforts coming over the six-furlong distance. As a son of Toronado with plenty of stamina in the pedigree, he should relish a step up to the seven-furlong distance.
He was strong at the finish after missing the break at Chelmsford last time and if able to break on terms, something he hasn’t done in his two prior starts, then he’s got excellent claims.
6.40 Kempton – Myseven (11/4)
It’s been a hugely successful period for the father and son team of Simon and Ed Crisford. In the past two weeks, the pairing can boast of a 32% strike-rate from their last twenty-eight runners. Things may get even better at Kempton on Tuesday, with two runners with great chances.
Myseven broke her maiden at the third attempt with a dominant display at Lingfield earlier this month. She now goes into handicaps off an attractive looking rating and this filly should have plenty more to offer with further racing. A daughter of Golden Horn, she’s bred to be very smart and her future looks very bright.