The first horse of the Stats Accumulator comes from Cheltenham where all four of todays horses will run from. The first race of the day in the JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial over 2 miles we have selected Cracker Factory to place.
This three year old has had a brilliant season to date and has progressed well into some good races. Since June of this year he has run five times and is yet to finish out of the top 2 winning four of the contests.
His trainer Alan King is in fine form at the moment recording a strike rate of 23 percent over the last 14 days. With this, when teaming up with the jockey on board tomorrow Daryl Jacob they are running at a strike rate of 58.33 percent for the season.
The second race of the stats bet at Cheltenham comes in the Class 2 Novice chase over 3 miles and we have selected The World's End to go on and win.
This seven year old knows Cheltenham very well after putting in a good performance at the festival in the Stayers Hurdle. Since then it has been switched to fences and on his debut he went on to score easy and looks like a nice prospect.
This horse is owned by the McNeill family who are well known in racing and when teaming up with trainer Tom George they are running at a strike rate of 24 percent for the season. This is similar for the jockey on board A P Heskin who has a record of 28 percent with the owners horses over the last 12 months.
The penultimate horse of the bet at jumps racing HQ comes in the Grade 3 Class 1 handicap chase over 3 miles 3 furlongs and we have gone with the Tom George trained Singlefarmpayment to place.
This eight year old is a really clever horse and has run frequently in this big fielded handicaps and revels in them. On his seasonal reappearance today since running at the festival and finishing a valiant second in the Weatherite Handicap Chase, He is comfortable at this track.
Tom George when linking up with the jockey on board Singlefarmpayment today in Noel Fehily have a great record together over the past year, working together at a strike rate of 33.33 percent.
The final selection of the day in Cheltenham's Stats Accumulator with Sky Bet comes in the feature of the day, the BetVictor Gold Cup Handicap Chase over 2 miles 4 furlongs.
We have selected the Mick Channon trained horse Mister Whitaker to place in this Grade 3 contest and he has so many things going in his favour today and is also in great form with figures of 12111 for his last five runs.
Mister Whitaker took the Close brothers Novices Handicap Chase at the festival last season in great style and on his seasonal reappearance scored at Carlisle with plenty in hand.
Mick Channon doesn't train many jumps horses but this has to be one of his best and at Cheltenham he has a 100 percent record with two wins out of two.