5 things you didn’t know about Day 2 of the Newmarket July Festival

July 10th, 2013


Rizeena Top on Figures

In our opinion we need look no further than Rizeena in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes. Top on our Speed figures when winning at Ascot in the Queen Mary Stakes and the figure is well clear of the opposition.  In fact the speed figure recorded at Sandown was also excellent for a 2yo. Both these SF's are higher than anything else has recorded in this race and the form of the Queen Mary has been franked in style by both Fig Roll and Bye Bye Birdie. Horses having just one run in the last month also fit a solid profile for this race so we feel One Chance could be the main danger and is worth a e/way saver.  

All Maiden Races at the July Festival

Two trainers to follow in the maiden races at the Newmarket July Festival are Richard Hannon who has saddled 43 runners in maidens and won 7 of them, which is 90% above expectations and Saeed Bin Suroor who as won 5 maidens with just 15 runners over the years, which is 42% above expectations. . Today see’s two maiden races :- In the 15:50 Richard Hannon has two runners, Edge and Expert while Saeed Bin Suroor saddles one runner in True Story. In the 16:25 they both have one each, Richard Hannon saddles Gold Medal and Saeed Bin Suroor runs Urban Dance.  

Irish Bred in the Falmouth Stakes

Irish Bred  runners in the Falmouth stakes have won 41% more races than expected winning 7 of the last 15 renewals from just 42 runners. This years sole Irish Bred runner is Sky Lantern.    

Sir Michael Stoute

Sir Michael Stoute has won 13% more of the handicaps at the July Festival than expected. Today he runs Dream Wild in the 13:40 Fillies Handicap    

Andrew Balding

Andrew Balding has an excellent record in the Handicaps at the July Festival winning 6 of them from 35 runners since his first runner in 2003.  backing them all would have produced a £36 profit to a £1 bet at SP and they are winning 154% more races than expected based on the prices they are sent off. Today he runs :- Lizzie Tudor in the 13:40  and Purcell in the 15:15