Faugheen ran a superb race yesterday winning by four and a half lengths. If you were a member and got the other two major race key trends and stats yesterday then you had a great day with an each-way win from Morning Assembly at 9/1 and a win from Sire De Grugy at 11/4.
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Today there are three major races taking place, they are…
- Pertemps Final (Handicap Hurdle)
- Ryanair Chase
- World Hurdle
We have reviewed them all for members, and here today we are going to look at the Pertemps Final (Handicap Hurdle) which is being run at 14:05.
First of all let’s take a look at the key trends and past stats for this race.
- 9/10 winners have been aged between 6 and 9 years old
- 9/10 winners have carried no more than 11 stone 4 pounds
- 8/10 winners haven’t raced for between 20 and 48 days
- 8/10 winners Official Rating has been between 129 and 142
At the time of writing the current entries in this race are:
With the last 10 years showing us that the market can get this one wrong, it’s a good strategy to go for horse with odds in the double figures.
Looking at what meets the required trends that gives us Josies Orders and Top Wood.
Delving deeper into the results we see that both David Pipe and Jonjo O’Neill have the better records in this race with several winners and placings between them.
Top Wood comes into this having won the series qualifier at Haydock last month, however he seemed to struggle with the course back in November.
Josies Orders also won a series qualifier for this race, but hasn’t raced at Cheltenham before. Both horses fit the required trends and offer double figure prices. So, for this race, we’ll be betting them both e/w.
Let me know who you’re going to be betting in this race by leaving a comment below.
And, there are another two major races today in the Ryanair Chase and the World Hurdle. Yesterday our key trends, stats and analysis found a winner, so…