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sageform
27 Jan 19 09:26
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I have always thought that trainer form is an important aspect of racing but it is very hard to keep up with trends from week to week. The following table is winners:runners:beaten favs or Jfavs in the last 14 days.

Nicholls  3  24  4
Henderson 9  29  6
Skelton  7  33  3
Tizzard  4  44  3
Hobbs  2  24  8
Nigel T-D  7  33  1

So although Henderson looks OK for the 14 days, he has had a lot of favourites beaten.

Meanwhile Tizzard would appear to be out of form but has had very few favourites.

The yard that appears to be really out of form after a very good December is Philip Hobbs.
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Report Charlton2005 January 27, 2019 10:41 AM GMT
that's we any stats like this are pointless. you need to create actuarial style actual/expected values to be able to draw meaningful conclusions
Report Smar Tarse January 27, 2019 12:00 PM GMT
Adrian Massey trainer stats are still updated http://adrianmassey.no-ip.org/web1/pages/ractra.php
Report IanP January 27, 2019 12:07 PM GMT
The free form guides on purple has some trainer form including a/e calculations.
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