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S.A.S » Festivals 2017 » Ebor Festival 2017 » Trainers in focus over York

Trainers in focus over York

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1 Trainers in focus over York on Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:38 pm


Part of the Furniture
Part of the Furniture
Below is a table showing the leading trainers at York in recent seasons, ranked in order of number
of winners.

Trainer Winners Runners Strike Rate % Rivals Beaten Profit/Loss
Richard Fahey 41 662 6.19% 52.02 -280.76
David O’Meara 40 335 11.94% 56.98 -20.75
William Haggas 33 153 21.57% 62.30 +40.29
Kevin Ryan 29 268 10.82% 51.12 -40.44
Tim Easterby 21 367 5.72% 48.08 -141.5
Sir Michael Stoute 16 88 18.18% 64.75 -25.21
John Gosden 16 83 19.28% 61.07 +2.04
Mark Johnston 15 250 6.00% 42.13 -128.4
Brian Ellison 14 179 7.82% 51.87 -8.25
Luca Cumani 13 68 19.12% 61.52 +33.5

As you can see, while Richard Fahey tops the table, backing his horses blind at the track would result
in a big loss, much greater than the likes of David O’Meara who has had a similar number of winners
from around half as many runners. The powerful Newmarket yards of John Gosden and, particularly,
Luca Cumani, do well on the Knavesmire, however the trainer to follow for punters is undoubtedly
William Haggas. Despite also training in Newmarket, the Yorkshireman loves winners in his home
county and often sends his better horses to the track.

2 Re: Trainers in focus over York on Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:41 pm


Part of the Furniture
Part of the Furniture
The visualisation (left) shows that Haggas

—who is currently in red-hot form—has a
large number of quality horses over a range
of age groups, however he specialises in
older horses.

As well as a strong team of two-year-olds
amongst the entries for races such as
the Lowther and Gimcrack, there are a
number of interesting older horses set to
represent Haggas this week. Nunthorpe
entry Muthmir was back to his best when
winning a Group 2 at Chantilly in June and
followed that with a good fourth to Lady
Aurelia in the King’s Stand. He didn’t get the
run of the race when seven and a quarter
lengths fourth to Battaash in the Sprint
Stakes at Sandown last time, and better is
expected here.

 Dal Harraild won a listed
race over C&D (by three and a half lengths from Nakeeta) in May and was then a creditable four lengths
sixth to Idaho in the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot last time. He is still unexposed over staying trips and
commands plenty of respect in the Ebor Handicap. Finally, Theydon Grey has improved with each start
since joining Haggas from Peter Charalambous, completing a hat-trick over 2m here last month. He looks
very unlikely to get in the Ebor from his current BHA mark of 92, but is one to watch out for in other 12f+
handicaps over the course of the week and beyond.

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