5 things you didn't know about the Temple StakesMay 23th, 2013
British Bred Runners Perform Well
British Bred runners in the Temple Stakes have won 10 of the last 16 renewals from just half of the runners who contested it. You could have backed all 82 of them for a profit of £30 to a £1 stake at SP. They are currently performing 19% better than expected. British Bred Qualifiers are Tangerine Trees, Sole Power, Ballesteros, Free Zone, Swiss Spirit, Reckless Abandon and Morawij.
A Recent Run is Beneficial
5 of the last 16 winners had previously run within the last 14 days. this is form just 35 qualifiers over that period. You could have backed them for a profit of £15 to a £1 stake at SP. They are currently performing 75% better than expected. One qualifier, which is Swiss Spirit
Poor Performing York Runners
Horses arriving here via a run at Yorks Dante meeting don't fare well. they have won just 2 of the last 16 from 27 who have tried. This 40% lower than expectations. One qualifier, which is Swiss Spirit
Classy Runners Run Well
4 of the last 16 winners ran in a Group 1 last time out. This is from just 13 who have tried for a 30% strike rate and is 78% better than expected. One qualifier, which is Reckless Abandon
Newmarket Form is Strong
Runners which ran at Newmarket last time out are performing 30% better than expected with 6 winners in the last 16 renewals from a pool of 49 horses. Qualifiers who ran at Newmarket Last Time Out are Kingsgate Native, Tangerine Trees, Sole Power, Doc Hay, Free Zone, Spirit Quartz and Reckless Abandon.