Trainer And Jockey Of The Week 07/01/19

Flat Trainer of the Week

William Haggas – Flat Trainer of the Week

The best flat trainer of the week for the first time this month is William Haggas. The Englishman had a brilliant week over the last seven days winning top trainer of the week and managed to grab a total of 3 winners from 4 runners across Great Britain and Ireland gaining a 75 percent strike rate for his runners of the week which is the highest to date.

With this, out of his 4 runners last week all 4 of them went on to place, this is an outstanding record and equals out at a strike rate of 100 percent of his runs were in the top one, two or three depending on the runners.

The Englishman is a trainer bang in form and has been brilliant all season but this week is his first time for a long time being top of the leaderboard. He is one to keep an eye out for over the coming weeks with plenty of newcomers and a lot of frequent runners across various racecourses in the off season on the all weather.

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Jumps Trainer of the Week

Gordon Elliott – Jumps Trainer of the Week

The best jumps trainer of the week is Gordon Elliott. The Irishman had a brilliant week over the last seven days winning top trainer of the week and managed to grab a total of 5 winners from 24 runners across Great Britain and Ireland gaining a 20.83 percent strike rate for his runners of the week.

With this, out of his 24 runners last week 9 of them went on to place, this is an outstanding record and equals out at a strike rate of 37.50 percent of his runs were in the top one, two or three depending on the runners.

The Gigginstown number one trainer is bang in form and is unleashing some of his big guns ready for the Cheltenham Festival. He is one keep an eye out for over the coming weeks with entries in big races mostly in Ireland over the jumps and he is having a fine season.

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Flat Jockey of the Week

Richard Kingscote – Flat Jockey of the Week

The best flat jockey of the week was Richard Kingscote. The Englishman had a brilliant week over the last seven days winning top jockey of the week and managed to grab a total of 6 winners from 20 rides across Great Britain and Ireland gaining a 30 percent strike rate for his runners of the week.

With this out of his 20 rides last week 13 of them went on to place, this is an outstanding record and equals out at a strike rate of 65 percent of his runs were in the top one, two or three depending on the runners.

Kingscote is a jockey bang in form and was clear of the other jockeys this week by having less rides to get his winners. He is one to keep an eye out for over the coming weeks with entries in England.

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Jumps Jockey of the Week

Aidan Coleman – Jumps Jockey of the Week

The best jumps jockey of the week is the Aidan Coleman. The Irish jockey had a brilliant week over the last seven days winning top jockey of the week and managed to grab a total of 6 winners from 18 rides across Great Britain and Ireland gaining a 33.33 percent strike rate for his runners of the week.

With this, out of his 18 rides last week 8 of them went on to place, this is an outstanding record and equals out at a strike rate of 44.44 percent of his runs were in the top one, two or three depending on the runners.

Coleman is a rider bang in form and on the weekend did really well. He is one to keep an eye out for over the coming weeks with entries in big races just as the jumps season is getting towards the nitty gritty.


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