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Newmarket Racecourse Template – Friday 23 September 2022

The Racing Horse offers their Newmarket Racecourse Template for Friday 23 September 2022.

There is a 7-race card containing a Handicap, a Maiden, 2 Listed Races, a Group 3 and 2 Group 2s. 

The going is expected to be good.

NEWMARKET FAVOURITES (5 years)
Non-handicap                    Handicap
2yo    50-160	31%   -37.41	5-24     21%    -9.97
3yo    51-134   38%   -21.58	49-138   36%   +18.68
4yo+   17-49    35%    -4.82	43-139   31%   -12.66
Total 118-343   34%   -63.80	97-301   32%    -3.95

TOP 5 TRAINERS NEWMARKET 2021                 +/-   E
C Appleby (29%)    16-67   24%   -10.19       -5%   5
W Haggas (23%)     12-53   23%   +13.75       +0%   2
J & T Gosden (21%) 10-60   17%   -16.43       -4%   4
G Boughey (17%)     6-33   18%    +5.00       +1%   5
A Balding (15%)     6-66    9%    +1.62       -6%   1

TOP 5 TRAINERS NEWMARKET 5 years              +/-   E
C Appleby (29%)    70-248   28%    +5.27      -1%   5
J & T Gosden (21%) 52-283   18%   -48.83      -3%   4
R Varian (20%)     37-225   16%	   -2.74      -4%   8
M Johnston (15%)   30-223   13%	  -28.22      -2%   3
W Haggas (23%)     28-218   13%   -28.71     -10%   2
  
TOP 5 JOCKEYS NEWMARKET 2021                  +/-   R
W Buick (22%)	20-85   24%    -8.94          +2%   7
J Doyle (20%)	9-59	15%    -6.88          -5%   0
F Dettori (23%)	8-34	24%    -0.22          +1%   0
O Murphy (19%)	8-61	13%   -19.66          -6%   0
J Crowley (20%)	7-35	20%    +3.50          +0%   4

TOP JOCKEYS NEWMARKET 5 years                 +/-   R
W Buick (22%)	82-309	 27%    +6.39         +5%   7
O Murphy (19%)	39-238	 16%   +27.70         -3%   0
F Dettori (23%)	29-161	 18%   -38.80         -5%   0
J Doyle (20%)	25-230	 11%   -66.76         -9%   0
J Crowley (20%)	24-182	 13%   -22.47         -7%   4

TOP 5 OWNERS NEWMARKET 5 years                +/-   E
Godolphin (24%)      83-344  24%    +16.81    +0%   8
H Al Maktoum (21%)   22-141  16%     +2.08    -5%   0 
Ob Al Maktoum (20%)  17-90   19%    -16.51    -1%   2
Cheveley Park (17%)  13-89   15%     -4.07    -2%   2
Moh Al Maktoum (15%) 12-64   19%    -12.40    +4%   0

Fixtures:
Friday 23 September 2022
Saturday 24 September 2022
Saturday 1 October 2022
Friday 7 October 2022

Friday's results not included

FAVOURITES: Winning favourites on this Newmarket course show 215-644 for 33.39% and a level stake loss of -67.73.

TRAINERS: There are 7 named trainers from out two leader boards running 28 horses, and it is hard to imagine a trainer outside those named winning a race on Friday. The big guns are here and with some lovely horses!

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JOCKEYS: We have 2 jockeys from our leader board shouting at us for Friday. William Buick (22%) has 7 rides whilst Jim Crowley (20%) has 4. Winners are certain to come from this duo!

Outside of our top 2 nominated jockeys Hollie Doyle (14%) has 5 rides and a couple have squeaks; husband Tom Marquand (14%) has 7 rides but only 1 of those likely to trouble the judge. Rob Havlin (16%) has 3 rides, but Ryan Moore (18%) has 6 rides and certain to be involved at the business ends!

OWNERS: Godolphin (24%) have 8 runners on Friday and certain to record winners given their fantastic figures at both courses. The advice is if you are not backing a Godolphin runner at this course or the July course, then best not take one on!

BY THE WAY: From 24 August to 22 September William Buick shows 35-86 for 40.7% (+32.53). Those rides were not at Wolverhampton and as the level stake profit shows not on odds-on favourites. Charlie Appleby in the same time period shows 17-46 for 37.0% (+2.47). They combine with 4 tomorrow…

1.50
ZANBAQ
(R Varian) beaten favourite last time out. Fresh and expect big run for in form trainer, Jim Crowley rides
WHITEBEAM (H & R Charlton) trainer shows profit of £23.94 when one runner at a meeting, David Probert rides
CRYSTAL CAPRICE (M Stoute) Super bred Franel filly. Fine run up in grade, now 4 wins in a row. Strong at finish scoring easily at Ascot 3 weeks ago, plenty more to offer. Ryan Moore rides

2.25
ETERNAL PEARL
(C Appleby) improving Frankel filly. Trainer national average of 29% and 28% at course, William Buick rides and 27% at this course
SEA SILK ROAD (W Haggas) beaten favourite last time out, first time tongue strap, Tom Marquand rides
POPTRONIC (K Burke) drops from Group 1 to Group 2, Sam James rides

3.00
COMMISSIONING
(J & T Gosden) Kingman filly. Novice to a Group 2 is big ask but created fabulous impression on July Course debut, expected to cope. Rob Havlin rides and 40% on favourites
DANCE IN THE GRASS (C & M Johnston) beaten favourite last time out when something wrong so forgive run, Andrea Atzeni rides

3.35
MUTASAABEQ
(C Hills) beaten favourite last time out, did not handle Goodwood last time, blinkers on, Jim Crowley rides
TEMPUS (A Watson) defied penalty in Group 3 at Deauville last month, Hollie Doyle rides

4.10
REGAL HONOUR
(C Appleby) national average of 29% and 28% at course, shows profit of £21.05 with debutants. Dam 2yo 7f winner. William Buick rides and 27% at course and 40% on favourites
LOGISTICAL (A Balding) trainer shows profit of £21.05 with debutants, Danny Tudhope rides

4.45
SISKANY
(C Appleby) C&D winner, beaten favourite last time out, first time cheekpieces on. Trainer has national average of 29%, 28% at the course and has won 2 of the last 5 runnings. William Buick rides and 27% at the course and 40% on favourites
PASSION AND GLORY (Saeed bin Suroor) Group 3 winner last term, trainer amongst the winners and has won 2 of the last 10 runnings, Hollie Doyle rides

5.20
STORMY OCEAN
(C Appleby) bold show if fully tuned up, Beaten favourite last time out, trainer national average of 29%, 28% at the course, William Buick rides and 27% on course and 40% on favourites
COLOUR IMAGE (Saeed bin Suroor) trainer 22% with horses 7f up to 10f, patchy profile but capable, Danny Tudhope rides
VALUE THEORY (C & M Johnston) winner in the last 7 days, 1lb well in under a penalty, Danny Muscutt rides

With the longest straight in Britain and just one turn to negotiate in distance races, this is a lovely course to ride. Surprisingly, though, there are one or two ridges, even before the run down into the Dip, and you need to ride them smoothly. The other thing a jockey has to remember is that it’s a long way up that finishing hill – you’ll see plenty caught in the closing stages. Because of the chalk base, it can ride very lively, and the wind direction is vital. Getting cover is so, so important when it’s in your face – Jason Weaver

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