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Stat of the Day, 18th September 2018

Monday's Pick was...

8.30 Kempton : Klassique @ 5/1 BOG WON at 7/2 (Tracked leaders on inside, smooth headway on inside over 2f out, led inside final furlong, quickened clear to win by 2.5 lengths)

Tuesday's pick runs in the...

4.30 Lingfield :

Before I post the daily selection, just a quick reminder of how I operate the service. Generally, I'll identify and share the selection in the evening before the following day's race and I then add a detailed write-up later on that night/next morning.

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Who?

Oasis Fantasy @ 11/4 BOG  

In a 5-runner, Class 4 Handicap (AW)  for 3yo+ over 1m4f on Polytrack, worth £5531 to the winner...

Why?

Like Monday's selection, I'm going to keep this fairly short, simple and hopefully sweet with a 7 yr old gelding who is admittedly on a lengthy losing streak (a feeling I'm familiar with), but has shown signs of coming into some form of late with a string of placed finishes, making the frame in each of his last six runs and has has now been eased a couple of pounds for his return to A/W racing.

He has run well (and won) in better races than this and he certainly gets the trip (placed in 13 of 21 attempts = 61.9% PSR), so I've no qualms on that score, but it's all about the trainer and jockey today, because...

...over the last 30 days : 

  • Trainer David Simcock is 10 from 46 (21.7% SR) for 10.9pts (+23.7% ROI)
  • Jockey Jamie Spencer is 16/76 (21.1%) for 5.9pts (+7.9%)
  • and together they are 6/11 (54.6%) for 16.7pts (+151.5%)

And to be honest with you, those figures would be enough for me on a poor day's racing to make this a selection. They do team up with two others today, including one more here at Lingfield, where Mr Simcock is 45/231 (17.9% SR) for 43.6pts (+17.4% ROI) since the start of 2013 and the selection is reinforced by Jamie Spencer riding 13 winners from 53 (24.5% SR) of those 231 runners for Mr Simcock.

It's not an angle I've just discovered to be honest, as the market seems wise to it, hence the profits of 5.34pts only equating to an ROI of 10.1%, which is why we try to get in/on early. Of that 13/53 record for the Simcock/Spencer alliance on this track, they are 6 from 20 (30%) for 9pts (+45%) over 1m2f/1m4f...

...giving us... a 1pt win bet on Oasis Fantasy @ 11/4 BOG, a price offered by all five firms to have shown their hand by 5.50pm on Monday evening. To see what your preferred bookie will give you...

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P.S. all P/L returns quoted in the stats above are to Betfair SP, as I NEVER bet to ISP and neither should you. I always use BOG bookies for SotD, wherever possible, but I use BFSP for the stats as it is the nearest approximation I can give, so I actually expect to beat the returns I use to support my picks. If that's unclear, please ask!

Stat of the Day, 17th June 2017

Friday's Result :

7.40 Goodwood : Road To Dubai @ 3/1 BOG 2nd at 13/8 Led after 1f, ridden and hung sharply left inside final furlong, soon headed, rallied towards finish, beaten by a neck.

Saturday's pick goes in the...

3.35 Bath...

Before I post the daily selection, just a quick reminder of how I operate the service. Generally, I'll identify and share the selection in the evening before the following day's race and I then add a detailed write-up later on that night/next morning.

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Who?

Realize @ 3/1 BOG

Why?

This 7 yr old gelding had finished 7764 in consecutive outings before a switch to David Simcock's yard resulted in a win last time out, 24 days ago. This return to form after a cold spell (something I could also do with!) caught my eye, as it made him a qualifier for one of my stored microsystems. It's one that looks far more complicated written down than it actually but here are the rules...

...2009-17 / UK Flat hcps / Class 3-5 / 6 to 12 furlongs / won LTO 4-30 days ago after a string of 3 or more successive unplaced efforts...

Such horses are more common than you'd think and the ones I back are those in the 9/4 to 16/1 odds range and whose mark (OR) has only been raised by 0 to 4lbs for that win. This filtering gives 102 winners from 709 (14.4% SR) qualifiers over the last 8.5 seasons and a £20 stake on each has generated level stakes profits of £3566 at an ROI of 25.1%.

Now, not everyone wants 80-85 bets over Flat season from just one angle, so you could trim the number of selections by applying the following filters which are all applicable today...

  • 3-8 yr olds are 99/657 (15.1%) for 200.2pts (+30.5%)
  • those who last ran 11-30 days ago are 85/588 (14.5%) for 172pts (+29.3%)
  • males are 81/533 (15.2%) for 176.8pts (+33.2%)
  • in the April-June period : 53/303 (17.5%) for 148.5pts (+49%)

and if you wanted a condensed version of the original micro, but with just around 30 bets per season : 3-8 yr old males who last ran 11-30 days ago are 45/260 (17.3% SR) for 119.7pts (+46% ROI) in the April-July period.

It's also worth mentioning that David Simcock's handicappers who won LTO have gone on to win again on 66 of 239 occasions (27.6% SR) for profits of 65.6pts (+27.4% ROI) since the start of 2013, from which...

  • those priced at Evens to 8/1 are 58/188 (30.9%) for 79.2pts (+42.1%)
  • those last seen 6-45 days earlier are 53/169 (31.4%) for 71.1pts (+42.1%)

And a slightly broader approach with those priced at Evens to 8/1 last seen 6-75 days earlier = 51/147 (34.7% SR) for 77.8pts (+52.9% ROI)

...giving us...a 1pt win bet on Realize3/1 BOG offered by Betfair , Paddy Power and BetVictor at 6.45pm on Friday. To see what your preferred bookie is offering, simply...

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P.S. all P/L returns quoted in the stats above are to Betfair SP, as I NEVER bet to ISP and neither should you. I always use BOG bookies for SotD, wherever possible, but I use BFSP for the stats as it is the nearest approximation I can give, so I actually expect to beat the returns I use to support my picks. If that's unclear, please ask!

Stat of the Day, 26th October 2016

Tuesday's Result :

5.05 Catterick : Compton River @ 3/1 BOG 5th at 5/2 (Tracked leaders, ridden to lead and edged left over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, no extra)

Wednesday's pick goes in the...

3.30 Chelmsford :

Before I post the daily selection, just a quick reminder of how I operate the service. Generally, I'll identify and share the selection in the evening before the following day's race and I then add a detailed write-up later on that night/next morning.

Those happy to take the early price on trust can do so, whilst some might prefer to wait for my reasoning. As I fit the early service in around my family life, I can't give an exact timing on the posts, so I suggest you follow us on Twitter and/or Facebook for instant notifications of a published pick.

Who?

Unsuspected Girl at 7/2 BOG

Why?

Trainer David Simcock is 5 from 22 in the last fortnight and his horses tend to go really well here at Cherlmsford with 21 winners from 92 (22.8% SR) generating 36.3pts of level stakes profits at an ROI of some 39.4%. Included in those figures are the following...

  • handicappers are 18/56 (32.1%) for57.4pts (+102.5%)
  • 3 yr olds are 9/39 (23.1%) for 13.9pts (+35.6%)
  • those ridden by Sophie Killoran are 4/18 (22.2%) for 15.2pts (+84.4%)
  • 3 yr old handicappers are 8/15 (53.3%) for 35.7pts (+238.1%)
  • and 3 yr old handicappers ridden by Sophie Killoran are 2/3 (66.7% SR) for 15.28pts at an ROI of 509.4%

Unsuspected Girl has made the frame in each of her last seven starts finishing 3312132 in the process and should really be coming here on the back of a course and distance victory, but an unusually slow start scuppered her chances 16 days ago, when she was beaten by less than a length finishing strongly.

This year, she has finished 13132 on the A/W, including results of...

  • 2132 under Sophie Killoran
  • 112 here at Chelmsford
  • 12 over this track and trip
  • 1 win from 1 run at this Class 5 grade

...steering us towards...a 1pt win bet on Unsuspected Girl at 7/2 BOG, a price offered by Betbright, Betfair Sports, Betfred and Ladbrokes at 5.50pm on Tuesday, but to see your preferred bookies' odds, simply...

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Stat of the Day, 23rd February 2016

Monday's Result :

3.05 Carlisle : Alto des Mottes @ 3/1 BOG PU at 3/1 (Tracked leaders, mistake 2nd, lost place 9th, soon behind, weakened 4 out (usual 5 out), tailed off when pulled up before last)

Tuesday's runner goes in the...

4.35 Wolverhampton:

Before I post the daily selection, just a quick reminder of how I operate the service. Generally, I'll identify and share the selection in the evening before the following day's race and I then add a detailed write-up later on that night/next morning.

Those happy to take the early price on trust can do so, whilst some might prefer to wait for my reasoning. As I fit the early service in around my family life, I can't give an exact timing on the posts, so I suggest you follow us on Twitter and/or Facebook for instant notifications of a published pick.

Who?

Gorokai @ 5/1 BOG

Why?

This 3 yr old gelding has finished 113 in his last three runs, having won at Class 5 and then Class 4 level, before a narrow defeat at Class 3 last time out. He now drops back down in class to return to Wolverhampton, where his only previous visit resulted in a runner-up finish over course and distance on his A/W debut.

He hasn't finished outside the top 3 in his four starts on the A/W to date (2113) with a 211 record at today's trip and he's 1 from 1 in this grade.

In addition to that, his trainer (David Simcock) and his jockey (Jamie Spencer) have built up a decent partnership here at Wolverhampton, winning 12 of 38 races (31.6% SR) for profits of 8.26pts (+21.7% ROI) since the start of 2010. Closer analysis of those 38 runners threw up the following profitable angles, all of which are at play here...

  • male runners are 11/35 (31.4% SR) for 9.6pts (+27.4% ROI)
  • those sent off at 5/1 and shorter are 12/28 (42.9% SR) for 18.3pts (+65.2% ROI)
  • handicappers are 7/25 (28% SR) for 7.56pts (+30.3% ROI)
  • those finishing in the first three LTO are 10/17 (52.6% SR) for 21.84pts (+114.9% ROI)
  • those last seen 1 to 15 days ago are 4/8 (50% SR) for 3.81pts (+47.6% ROI)

And from that, we see that male handicappers at 5/1 and shorter are 7/17  (41.2% SR) for 15.6pts (+91.6% ROI), of which those in the top 3 LTO are 6/11 (54.5% SR) for 17.6pts (+160.2% ROI) and those last seen 1-15 days ago are 3/5 (60% SR) for 5.2pts (+104% ROI)

Male handicappers at 5/1 and shorter, in the top 3 LTO, 1-15 DSLR = 2/4 (50% SR) for 2.26pts (+56.4% ROI)

And today's play is...a 1pt win bet on Gorokai at 5/1 BOG with either Bet365 , who are best priced at present (5.45pm), whilst there's plenty of 9/2 BOG on offer elsewhere, so why not...

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Stat of the Day, 2nd July 2014

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Stat of the Day, 2nd July 2014

Windshield was beaten into fifth place by the best part of five lengths at Bath on Tuesday evening, meaning a losing start to the new month.

She didn't run particularly badly, but she never really seemed to travel as well as some of the others and seemed a little unsettled, but did stay on towards the end after being sent off at the same 4/1 odds we'd advised earlier.

Same time, different location for Wednesday's runner who goes in the...

9.10 Chepstow

Where I've just taken 5/2 BOG on Gabrial the Terror, a lightly raced 4yr old gelding owned by Marwan Koukash and trained by David Simcock, who comes here on the back of a win at Brighton just 8 days ago.

I'm not sure if the good doctor will be in attendance for this one, or if he'll be at home counting the winnings from a string of recent good results from his horses. In fact, 8 of his 22 runners in the last fortnight have been winners.

Trainer David Simcock is in decent form too and from a fairly small data set has some impressive numbers behind him. He's 4/16 in the last week alone and hes' 7/27 here at Chepstow since 2010.

7/27 is a very respectable 25.9% strike rate and although the resultant 19.7% ROI from the 5.3pts profit is lower than we'd normally aim for from an SotD selection, it's a good starting point.

From this position, we see that all seven winners came from the 18 runners sent off at odds of between Evens and 7/1 and this 38.9% strike rate has produced 14.3pts for an ROI of 79.5% which I find much more palatable.

If we drill down even further, we see the record in handicap contests her at Chepstow is 5/13 (38.5% SR) for 13.8pts (+106.2% ROI). An admittedly small set of runners, but more than doubling your money can't be ignored lightly.

Our jockey today is the rising star Oisin Murphy and he also has a good record here at Chepstow, riding five winners from his 13 rides here when sent off at odds of 4/1 or shorter, as he's likely to do here.

That 38.5% strike rate mirrors the trainer strike rate in handicaps here and the 7.1pts generated is worth almost 55% of all stakes invested. You can be sure he'll be doing his level best to put his 3lb claim to good effect here.

David Simcock is very good at placing these 3lb claiming jockeys on his handicappers to make them more competitive and since 2010, this tactic has proved successful on 18 occasions from the 105 times he has attempted it, with a 17.1% strike rate producing level stakes profits of 73.75pts, or a 70.2% return on stakes.

Gabrial The Terror is David's only runner of the day and it is hoped he'll be coming home with some prize money to cover the cost of the 370 mile round trip.

In fact the yard has a good record with "solo runners" ie when they only have one runner on the day and that horse runs in a flat handicap within 30 days of a top five finish last time out.

Since 2009, 18 of 51 (35.3%) such Simcock trained horses have won with level stakes profits of 55.8pts generating a yield of almost 100%. (5 /11 for 16.14pts for those horses who won last time out).

All 18 winners came from the 41 runners priced between evens and 9/1, giving the team a 43.9% strike rate and profits of 65.8pts (+160.6% ROI).

Gabrial The Terror was a pretty comfortable winner last time around and the margin of victory could have been much greater than the two lengths actually achieved, had that been desired.

He's penalised 6lbs for that success, which is pretty fair in my eyes and I wouldn't have thought that would be enough to stop him going in again. The fact that young Oisin can cut the penalty in half with his claim is an added bonus and I'm hopeful of a swift return to wining ways via a 1pt win bet on Gabrial The Terror at 5/2 BOG.

That bet is with Paddy Power, as they're offering the best of the three firms to have opened a book so far. For a fuller picture of the market, simply...

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Stat of the Day, 21st May 2014

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Stat of the Day, 21st May 2014

It was neither ours nor James Fanshawe's day yesterday. He had six runners out, four of whom were fancied to do well, but the best he could manage was a pair of runners-up.

We were on Emulating who was sent off at our advised 3/1 odds, but he didn't seem to run his usual race and hit the front early. He tucked in behind the leaders, flattered to deceive before running out of steam.

It was quite disappointing to be honest, but there's no time to dwell on it, when we've another race to consider, the...

3.00 Lingfield:

Where Silk Train is trainer David Simcock's only runner of the day. She's due to be partnered by Oisin Murphy, claiming 3lbs and she looks a decent proposition at 3/1 BOG with Bet365, for the following reasons...

1. David Simcock's horses are going well right now, he has had eight runners out in the last week, notching up two wins and four other placers.

2. He also has a good recent record here at Lingfield, with 23 of his last 100 runners at the track coming home victorious, amassing 69.5pts profit in the process.

If we restrict our search of those 100 runners to those priced at 8/1 or shorter, we get 16 winners from 58 (27.6% SR) for 29.04pts (+50.1% ROI), whilst the sub-6/1 runners have a record of 14/45 (31.1% SR) for 23.94pts (+53.2% ROI).

3. Silk Train is David's only runner of the day and when he is only represented by one horse, he quite often brings home the purse. When his sole runner of the day is priced between Evens and 8/1 in a flat handicap, he has won 26 of 98 races with that 26.5% strike rate accruing 58.22pts profits from a 1pt level stake: and ROI of 59.4%.

4. Talented rising star Oisin Murphy takes the ride and claims three pounds. When Oisin has claimed 3 or 5 pounds in the past on horses sent off below 6/1, he has ridden 35 winners from 119 attempts. This represents a 29.4% strike rate producing 37.25pts proit from level stakes (+31.3% ROI).

5. Oisin, however, is just the latest of 3lb claiming jockeys employed by David Simcock in recent years and he has a good record with them. Since the start of 2010, 3lb claiming jockeys have won 24 of their 131 rides for the Simcock yard, an 18.3% strike rate for 83.7pts profit, or 63.9% of stakes invested.

6. Incidentally, this is just the second time that Oisin Murphy has ridden for David Simcock after they teamed up with a 7/1 winner (Mindurownbusiness) at Yarmouth three weeks ago.

Silk Train only made four appearances last year and was progressing nicely at 1m4f (finishes of 421) before rounding her season off in disappointing style at Newmarket in November.

She finished stone last of 12 runners, but that was up at Class 3 level of Soft ground. She was outpaced and outclassed that day, but drops two grades and 4lbs in weight for this one, and that doesn't include the jockey claim, so she's effectively half a stone better off and (in my opinion!) has a better pilot on board.

There's plenty to like about this 4 yr old and I'm happy to place my 1pt win bet on Silk Train at 3/1 BOG with Bet365. Only three other firms have priced this one up so far and they're all a quarter to a half a point lower than I've taken, as you'll see if you just...

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Stat of the Day, 1st March 2013

Stat of the Day: 01/03/13

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Stat of the Day, 1st March 2013

Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus (Happy St. David's Day) to our Welsh readers!

February, unfortunately, ended pretty much the same way as most of the month had gone: disappointingly. Ocean Legend never got involved at all, beating just one other runner home after having drifted out to 8/1. There's little more that I need/want to add to that!

All-Weather action again today from "Leafy" as we look at a 4-runner, Class 5 Handicap. The trip is 7 furlongs for the...

4.15 Lingfield

David Simcock's yard is flying at the moment: 3 wins and 2 places from 7 runners in the last week and a 33% strike rate over the last two months is further proof that he's a man in form. He's saddled up fifteen winners from forty-six in that time, with a further eleven making the frame.

Added to this, David is the most successful trainer at Lingfield in the last two years (of those with runners today, of course!). He has an excellent 26.04% strike rate (25 winners from 95) and he has managed to get over half (54.74% to be precise) into the frame, making any of his Lingfield runners of interest to us, especially considering the form he's currently in.

Yet, today's selection might well look a bit of a punt in the form of Gabrial The Boss.

Gabrial The Boss is David's only runner anywhere today and you'd like to think he wasn't just sending the horse out on a two hundred mile round trip for the sake of a run. This horse has already won four races this winter, and has a record of two wins from four here at Lingfield.

His winter success has inevitably resulted in a rise in the weights and he did admittedly struggle in his last two races: both here at his track. He last won three races ago off a mark of 74, but ran off 77 over 10 furlongs and faded late on, whilst his latest outing was over a mile off a mark of 76 and although he went better that day, he weakened considerably in the final half furlong. Both those races, incidentally, were Class 4 affairs and he's back to Class 5 racing today.

He also drops back in distance today to 7 furlongs and is back to that last winning mark of 74, where it is hoped he'll make a bold effort to win the race from the front. He is more than capable of winning off this mark and whilst there are doubts over his ability to win at this shorter trip, those last two defeats gave me enough encouragement to think he might just go better than expected today.

His recent poor form allied to the drop in trip sees him as the outsider of four, but I think the odds on offer represent real value for a horse with undoubted ability. The best on offer at present is 7/1 BOG pretty much everywhere with 15/2 non-BOG available with Sporting Bet. As it's a 4-runner race, you'll not get offered place terms by any bookmakers, so my play today is 0.5pts win on Gabrial The Boss at 7/1 BOG plus a 0.5pt place bet at Betfair at Betfair SP (currently 3.00 for the place and 10.00 to win), but for your own preferred bookie, simply...

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Stat of the Day, 23rd November 2012

Stat of the Day 23/11/12

Stat of the Day 23/11/12

Stat of the Day, 23rd November 2012

No play yesterday, as Diplomatic was withdrawn shortly after lunch, so we turn our attention to Friday's programme and I'm playing it safe weather-wise by staying away from the turf meetings and their small fields, which seem to offer little value today.

We're off to the Black Country for a spin on Dunstall Park polytrack, where nine runners are set to contest a Class 5 maiden for 3 to 4 yr olds. It's a modest, but competitive-looking 6 furlong race as we take on the...

4.40 Wolverhampton

2011/12 have been good times for David Simcock in non-handicap events here at Wolverhampton, as he has saddled up 13 winners from 61 (21.3%) and a total of 32 of those runners have made the frame for a place strike rate of 52.5%, which is a decent return in what can often prove tricky types of races to be successful in.

David has actually got four runners at Wolverhampton this afternoon/evening, but three of those are running in handicap contests, leaving us with one: Saunta.

Saunta is making only her third outing today after what can best be described as modest form previously. Last of three on Ffos Las ground that was too soft for her and a more respectable 5th last time out here at Wolverhampton. On that occasion, she looked like she wanted further than the bare minimum trip and the extra furlong today should suit her. She's a half-sister to several winners at 6 furlongs and beyond and her breeding tends to suggest that today's trip will be right for her.

She was ridden by Martin Lane on her previous two outings, but the booking of Phillip Makin for today's event is seen as a positive move. Phillip is in truly magnificent form himself, scoring 5 winners from 12 over the last week.

At 10.35am the best price available was 17/2 BOG with BetVictor and 8/1 BOG generally, so today's call is a 0.5pts E/W bet on Saunta at 17/2 with BetVictor, but if you prefer to use a different bookmaker, you can always...

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Stat of the Day, 24th July 2012

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Stat of the Day: 24th July 2012

The fourth-itis (a rare and curious ailment) continued for SotD yesterday, as Soul Magic couldn't quite get into the sharp end action at Cartmel yesterday.

It's been a bit of feast and famine this month and, though we're 24 points up (!) in July, we are currently struggling to get back on the winning trail.

What better idea then than to chase after a complete punt in the dark, as we head for South Wales, and the...

9.05 Ffos Las

It's the David Simcock show today, as the Newmarket-based trainer heads to F-f-f-f-f-fos Las.

Simcock has an affinity with the course there, as an impressive record of ten wins from thirty runners attests. His three year olds are the pick of a prodigious pile, with five winners from just a dozen horses (42% strike rate) and 8.41 points profit.

Although all of Simcock's three runners tonight have chances, the only three year old entrant is Crazy Too, a thrice-raced maiden, making his handicap debut.

Despite being bred for a mile and more, Crazy Too has run over six furlongs twice, before dropping to the minimum distance last time out, and he will tackle the five furlong trip again here.

He's been beaten a smaller distance each time he's raced and, on his first three year old start, there's a good chance he's filled out and is ready to step up on previous performances. In truth, I'm basing the aforementioned 'good chance' on the trainer's overall record, so it is a bit of a leap of faith. But then, that's often the SotD way, and we're unapologetic about that!

Two places only, and 5/1 BOG with bet365, so we'll go win only. Usual story, the price might have gone higher as there's only two bookies displaying prices just now, so do make sure you…

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