If you like to follow the statistics and trends, then this is the article for you! I’ve gone through the cards on Tuesday to find the in-form trainers, and those having strong campaigns at certain tracks. Look no further than Tuesday’s Trainer Treble!
Treble was best-price at the time of writing (6pm on Monday).
3.55 Catterick – Captain Corcoran (4/1)
Lancashire based trainer Eric Alston has sent six horses to Catterick in 2020, with three of them entering the winner’s enclosure. That constitutes to a level stakes profit of £18.83 and he has a pair of runners at the venue on Tuesday.
His best chance comes in the form of Captain Corcoran, who joined his yard from Ireland earlier this year. He was a course and distance winner on his latest outing, scoring comfortably off a five-pound lower rating. He remains unexposed and looks to have a turned a corner in that latest start. If that is the case, a double looks firmly on the cards.
4.35 Galway – Dance Jupiter (9/2)
Joseph O’Brien is having a great time of things in recent weeks, with a 36% strike-rate from his last thirty-six runners. He has several on the Punchestown card on Tuesday, with Dance Jupiter having strong claims under Shane Crosse.
He ran twice for John Kiely as a three-year-old, getting off the mark when beating Patrick Sarsfield at Cork last October. That horse has gone onto great things, including a win at Group 3 level this summer. He carries top weight in this rated contest and has been absent since that success, but he’s got oodles of potential.
That Cork maiden has worked out really well and if ready to go on seasonal return, he’s one to take very seriously.
5.15 Newcastle – Thawry (16/1)
It’s been a very successful campaign at Newcastle in 2020 for Antony Brittain, who holds a 22% strike-rate from thirty-six runners. That equates to a superb profit of £42.25 and Thawry has strong each-way claims on the card.
He’s not the most consistent, but he finished second at Thirsk three starts ago off a pound higher. A return to Newcastle will help matters, being a course and distance winner earlier in his career. Harry Russell takes over the ride and his seven-pound claim should prove crucial. If able to bounce back from two recent below-par efforts, there is plenty to like about his chances.