Jockey Stats

Horse Racing Ratings, Stats & betting systems spreadsheet contains detailed statistics on jockeys, trainers & the horse.

Jockey Statistics

Our comprehensive race card spreadsheet contains all the significant horse racing jockey statistics that any professional or novice gambler requires. Jockey performance is essential in evaluating your bets!

  • Jockey overall runs, win & place strike rates for 2yr, 1yr, 30 days, 14 days.
  • A unique jockey rating which evaluates how good the jockey is compared to others in the race.
  • Jockey days since last win & rides since last win.
  • Jockey win & place course record, significant in knowing how well the jockey rides the course.
  • Jockey course impact value rating which suggests how well the jockey performs compared to the other in the respected race, along with a course rank.
  • The jockeys P&L stats plus their return on investment (ROI) figures.
  • Trainer & jockey combination stats allowing you to see how good a pairing the jockey & trainer have together.
  • Statistics on how many times the jockey has ridden the horse, with win & placed data.
  • Ranking columns so you can quickly see which are the better and worse jockeys in the race at the course and overall.
  • Blue & red jockey highlights which quickly help you to identify the best jockeys at the course and those who have a problem riding winners at the respected course, significant in helping you pick winning bets!

 

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Detailed Trainer Stats

No need to go clicking through lots of web pages all the data is on one spreadsheet and can be viewed with ease and efficiently.

Just a snippet of what the ratings spreadsheet entails.

Horse Racing Ratings, Stats & betting system spreadsheet contains detailed statistics.

Trainer Statistics

Our comprehensive race card spreadsheet contains all the significant horse racing trainer statistics that any professional or novice gambler requires. Trainer performance is essential in evaluating your bets!

  • Trainers overall runs, win & place strike rates for 2yr, 1yr, 30 days, 14 days.
  • 2 unique trainer ratings, the first shows how good the trainer is compared to others in the race & the second is very informative in that is shows how well the trainer is doing with winners opposed to other times of the year which is significant in finding trainer patterns and backing winners.
  • Trainers days since last win & runs since last win.
  • Trainers win & place course record, significant in knowing if the trainer performs well at the respected course.
  • Trainers course impact value rating which suggests how well the trainer does compared to the other trainers in the respected race, along with a course rank.
  • The trainers P&L stats plus their return on investment (ROI) figures.
  • Trainer & jockey combination stats allowing you to see how good a pairing the jockey & trainer have together.
  • Statistics on how many times the horse has ran, won & placed for its respected trainer.
  • Ranking columns so you can quickly see which are the better and worse trainers in the race at the course, with their jockey and overall.
  • Blue & red trainer highlights which quickly help you to identify the trainers who are in hot form and those that are simply struggling to train a winner!

 

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Comment pops ups so you can quickly and easily assess the trainers statistical data.

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Cheltenham Festival trainer stats

Looking into the Cheltenham Festival trainer stats the top of the win table is topped by Paul Nicholls followed by Nicky Henderson, Willie Mullins & Jonjo O’Neill. You wouldn’t be able to make a level stakes profit from backing any of the trainers blind apart from Jonjo, albeit coming from a big priced winner which skews the stats.

Since 2003 Victor Dartnall, Nick Gifford, Brendan Powell, Andrew Turnell, Paul Webber, Nick Williams, Charlie Longsdon, Ian Williams, Charlie Swan, Tom George, Tim Vaughan,  Dermot Welds & Charlie Mann have not had a single winner between them.

From a laying point of view if you had taken on Nicholls, Hobbs & Pipe since 2008 you would have made a nice profit of £130.

The profits on Nicholls could be greater if you did not lay his hurdlers, you could delve deeper into his stats using the breakdown of data supplied in the Cheltenham Festival trainer stats excel spreadsheet.

For example in a certain race type he only has a 3% strike rate and the profits laying him in this race type are excellent!

Also you could find out the trainer to oppose in handicap hurdles at the Cheltenham festival.

To receive this free stats guide please email me.

Cheltenham Festival Jockey Stats

With the Cheltenham Festival starting on Tuesday 11th March I thought I would pop a few jockey stats on here for your perusal.

Firstly all the stats relate to just jockeys whom have had previous Cheltenham Festival rides.

Ruby Walsh tops the table with the most wins followed by Barry Geraghty and then AP. McCoy, that is not really big news and hardly surprising.

It is at the other end of the table that makes you look twice at the jockey names languishing with hardly any wins to their names.

The likes of Tom Scudamore who has ridden 124 horses but has only returned to the winners enclosure of just 2 occasions and placed on another 14 times.  This for me stands out, mainly because he has ridden some good horses and gone to previous festivals with some good chances.  You could have made a profit of £60 if laying him on Betfair in the win market and around £14 in the place market.

Noel Fehily who will have some good rides for Paul Nicholls is another who has only ridden 2 winners at the festival, that comes from 72 rides but if you had backed him at Betfair SP you would have recorded a £48 profit.

Wayne Hutchinson & Joe Tizzard have both won twice and have recorded profits at betfair SP of £10 & £65 respectively.

DJ Casey, Sam Thomas, Paul Townend, Adrian Coleman & Daryl Jacob have all ridden just the one winner all with roughly around a 2% strike rate. If you had taken the approach of laying all five of these jockeys in the win market on betfair you would have made a nice profit of £160.

Jamie Moore has yet to ride a winner and you could have made £30 from laying him from his rides.

All the stats are available in an excel spreadsheet.

The comprehensive jockey spreadsheet goes into further detail in regards breaking down the different race types (Chases, Hurdles & NHF) along with handicap & non-handicap races.

You can get a good picture of where certain jockeys do well and don’t!

It can help you make decent profits!

 

*Please note the rides date back to 2003 but the lay odds was not introduced to my system until 2008*

Cheltenham Festival Stats

I would like to introduce you to a blog that looks into significant stats for the Cheltenham Festival.

I use significant stats to produce my ratings and if you look back to 2009 when I first introduced the term “significant” to the racing community you will see a trend whereby other racing websites have used the term significant, however you can easily see that they do not understand the term “significant”.

This blog I am introducing you to clearly does!

The Cheltenham Festival stats and trends website highlights the most important stats to follow. What makes this blog different from other stats pages and sites is that the stats are analysed for significant differences.

A significant difference: In statistics, a result is called “statistically significant” if it is unlikely to have occurred by chance.

website : Cheltenham Festival Stats

twitter : @SigStatsHorses

Massive DISCOUNT to both our horse racing services!

To celebrate our great start to the year and the amazing day we have had with an amazing 17771/1 8 timer!

We are going to start our Cheltenham Festival trial early!

With a double bonus!

The first is that it’s a 6 week trial compared to a 2 week trial.

The second is that we are offering a massive DISCOUNT to both our services!

We operate a ratings service that comes complete with profitable betting systems and is jam packed with stats. It is extremely easy to use and makes picking winners much easier than any other internet or paper service!

We constantly outperform the racingpost and timeform!

Our other service is a tipping service based on the ratings, these are bets I personally back myself.

I have successfully backed horses professionally for a living for over 12 years. The tips are back bets only and have made serious profits backing at average odds of over 9/1. It is not uncommon to have winners at 40/1.

2012 produced over 400 level stakes profit and 2013 when we changed to a 1-5pt scale bet we upped our profit to just over 700pts. Our strike rate is around 20% and because of the odds we back at (average odds 9/1), this gives us a great edge over the bookmakers.

Do not fret if you are looking for a high strike rate service! If you backed just our selective bets you would have increased your strike rate to over 37%

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If any of these discounted prices appeal to you then please let me know which one you would like to subscribe too so you do not miss out on any days racing.

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Trial Discount

With the 2013 flat turf season on the way and with a few major trial races for the upcoming British classics like the 1000 & 2000 guineas we are offering a trial to the horse racing ratings.

The trial includes all the betting systems and horse racing statistics that are included in the daily betting spreadsheet.

The horse racing ratings and betting systems have been producing many winners with the usual number of big priced winners.

 

Notebook Horses

 

Notebook horses

The horse racing ratings spreadsheet is jam packed with horse racing statistics’, horse racing betting systems plus features like the key stat & importantly the notebook horses.

One of the reasons these horse racing ratings are so successful is because I spend my days watching horse races and having over 15 years experience in successfully backing horses.

The notebook horses highlighted on the daily ratings spreadsheet are easy to spot; they are highlighted with a blue “NB”.

The below example shows how easy it is to spot a notebook horse (NB). The NB after the horses name.

The race in question was a claiming race on the all weather at Lingfield on 10/12/12.

If you look at the OR column (official rating) this is the official rating given by the handicapper. The notebook horse Brocklebank had an OR of 75 and because this was a claiming race it was deemed not that well in at the weights. The handicapper had not seen what I had in his previous races, thus been a notebook horse. It went on to win at 5/1…

The example is just a snippet of what the daily ratings spreadsheet produces, to see a full spreadsheet example then please click here.

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Value Betting

Value bet winners

The horse racing ratings come with its own value betting odds section, the value odds are produced from the ratings and can also be adjusted to suit.

We have had six value bets that have won in the past two days.

Cross Of Honour 15/8, Savant Bleu 100/30, Mischievous Milly 7/1, Brocklebank 5/1, Spitz 14/1 & Wild Ground 20/1.

As you can see from those starting price betting odds the value bets are extremely profitable and that’s just in two days!

To determine a value betting opportunity you require accurate horse racing ratings, which we have here at Advanced Ratings.

Many horse racing gamblers try and find value bets but fail and fall into a bad pattern and think a value bet should be a big price! That is incorrect; a value bet is a betting opportunity on a race horse whereby you believe the betting odds available are greater than the chance of the horse winning.

If you want to take value betting seriously and profit from betting on horse races and become a professional gambler, then why not come and try these profitable horse racing ratings.

 

Betting Systems Profits £1110 LSP

Betting Systems Profits


Above you will find the profits for each backing system for 2012.

They include the respected profits, strike rate and bank increase per system.

As you can see from our top performing horse racing betting system T25+ this has increased its betting bank by 644% with a return of £386 to a £1 level stake bet.

The total profits for 2012 if backing each backing system to a £1 level stake is over £1100!

The betting systems range from daily backing systems to selective backing systems and you get a full breakdown of each systems performance.

If you wanted to narrow down your bets from one of our horse racing systems then you can with our systems summary spreadsheet that each member receives upon membership. You may want to make a system more selective or you may just want to back national hunt horse races, the systems summary spreadsheet gives you the figures for every system.

This is also a good way of utilising a system to your own betting needs and making the system your own personal betting system!

Each system is highlighted on the daily ratings spreadsheet and comes with a recommended betting bank and as you can see above we have very healthy strike rates.

If you require any more info on the systems or ratings then please feel to contact us.

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