Usually when writing about stables in form there are the inevitable Elliot, Mullins and Henderson yards but this week I thought we would look at smaller yards that are in form and worthy of consideration for the foreseeable future. Bear in mind that ‘form’ has a habit of levelling out and the high percentages are unlikely to continue forever.
Sam England took over her fathers small string of horses during the 2015/2016 season and as I write she has had 37 winners to date. She has already had 10 winners this season and should pass the 12 winner mark soon to give her a new personal best for a season. Sam has four runners entered up this coming week and every one of them needs carefully assessing to weigh up their chances either win, place or each way bets… all bets making any sort of profit must be considered. Sam’s entries this week include Piccalli and Kings Coinage. Her best chance of a winner though must be Choochoobugaloo who recently won a Kelso handicap and is well ahead of her mark so watch for her if she goes on Wednesday. If not Wednesday put her in your tracker. So watch for Sam England and her team in the near future at hand.
Jamie Osborne at the time of writing has his horses running to form in a big way because overall out of all his runner just over 89 per cent of them are running to form… quite incredible. When a trainer has his string in such form then they need looking at very seriously. Jamie has Brains entered up so we need to look carefully where he runs as the horse won well last time and could follow up. Jamie has a £35,000 yearling called Hen entered up and she could be considered if running this week. Skydiving has joined the yard from Eve Johnson-Houghton and is still a maiden but the sort that Jamie and his staff excel with. So another small yard in good form.
Our final trainer is Nicky Richards who trains up north and doesn’t have a huge string. Nicky is the best inform trainer in the UK so current statistics declare. A horse who joined him from Ireland is Guitar Pete who could take his place in the Skybet Chase at Doncaster next weekend. Has the form in the book to go well and is 16/1 biggest price at the moment. A very interesting horse from Nicky yard is Peters Cousin who looked a little rough around the edges but got off the mark all the same and she is entered up At Kelso this coming week where she could go in again. Whatever you do follow Nicky Richards entries and especially don’t be put off by his big priced runners! Keep Nicky on your side.
High Roller Racing found a good 7/2 winner in Urbanist at Exeter on Sunday. The High Roller team are back in form and ready to roll in the winners this week so don’t miss us! Free to join… you only pay a small fee of a tenner for a winner. Give High Roller a go as the team is back in form.