The first race of the day in our stats bet with Sky Bet is from by the seaside in Brighton and Gaslight for trainer James Fanshawe is our horse to finish in the top three in the Class 5 novice auction stakes over 1 mile.
This two year old has only raced three times in her career and has progressively got better for every one of her runs. Her latest performance was the most promising when just losing by a short head at Lingfield and can be a smart contender if handling turf.
Trainer James Fanshawe is not known for sending any of his horses to Brighton, only sending two in the last 12 months to this track, making a 123 mile trip with his only runner here today. Must be of some interest.
The second race of the bet today comes from Carlisle in the Class 4 novice hurdle over 2 miles 1 furlong and Good Boy Bobby for top national hunt trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies is our horse to win.
This smart five year old could turn out to be a really progressive and smart horse for this yard off the back of his bumper form. He has raced in four bumpers inhis only runs of his career and went on to win three out of four of them.
On his hurdling debut today and has the leading form claims in the race. Another positive is his trainer has a 50 percent strike rate over the past 12 months with his runners at Carlisle which is frightening.
The penultimate race of the Stats Accumulator today is over in Ireland at Tramore racecourse in the 2 mile novice chase and Moonball for Gavin Cromwell is a strong fancy here today.
This four year old mare has been consistent of late after going to Downpatrick on her chasing debut and finishing a strong second she then went back there three weeks later and went one better to go on and win. The jockey on board today Ger Fox also has a 50 percent strike rate at Tramore over the past 12 months which is very useful.
The final horse in todays Stats Accumulator with Sky Bet comes from Chelmsford in the Class 5 novice event ran over 7 furlongs and Thaayer for trainer Owen Burrows is our selection to Place.
This three year old is very lightly raced for his age and on his debut made a great start by coming a good third at Lingfield showing clear promise that he could shape into a really nice race horse.
Trainer Owen Burrows has an impressive record at this track posing a 22 percent strike rate for his horses here and this course is where he has run most of his horses this year. Jim Crowley is in the saddle today and he also has a cracking strike rate of 21 percent for his runs at Chelmsford and is a really experienced all weather jockey.