CRAIG'S RECENT TRACKER WINNERS: ELEON 15/1, CELESTRAN 9/4, ORIENTAL MYSTIQUE 4/1, BYE BYE LADY 3/1, KING LEONIDA 13/8, DONNYBROOK 4/11, AL RUFAA 11/2, ALL YOU WISH 33/1, ANASTARSIA 3/1, CONVICT 6/4, GRAVITY FORCE 8/1, THEOTHERSIDE 33/1, NIGHT COLOURS 7/1, PLYMOUTH ROCK 11/4, POCKET SQUARE 9/4, PANIC ROOM 5/2, BAND PRACTICE 11/4, CAPE PALACE 4/11, PALACE PIER 11/8, IT'S GOOD TO LAUGH 8/13, ROMAN VISION 5/4, HURAIZ 2/1, ROYAL CRUSADE 5/6, VALKAN STAR 1/3, FESTIVE START 7/2, IMPRESSOR 13/8, SURF DANCER 4/7, MASTER MCGRATH 13/8, ESHAASY 13/8, PERSUASION 16/1, PASSION FOR FASHION 3/1, ANGEL OF DELIGHT 12/1, LAZULI 11/10, TAMMANI 9/2, COBRA EYE 15/8, MORISCO 6/1, ETHIC 4/6, ABSTEMIOUS 11/8, BOOMER 3/1, SEIZE THE TIME 2/1, TREBLE TREBLE 9/2, NASAIYM 6/4, DARK LADY 11/10, FLEETING PRINCE 11/10, WELL OF WISDOM 3/1, DR SIMPSOM 4/5, HOT TOUCH 7/2, MAN OF THE NIGHT 4/6, SO SHARP 11/10, IFFRAAZ 7/4, BILL NEIGH 13/8, DRAMATIC SANDS 6/4, DRAGON COMMAND 5/1, MIA DIVA 8/1, RAAHY 5/6, LINCOLN BLUE 7/2, HOMESPIN 6/4, FRED 10/1, PINATUBO 3/1, KING'S COMMAND 2/1, ETON COLLEGE 11/2, SHAMMAH 2/1, BIG CITY 5/1, THREAT 14/1, GOOD VIBES 11/1, MISTY GREY 14/1, ROSE OF KILDARE 6/5, RAYONG 7/2, LORD OF THE LODGE 8/1, WAR STORM 7/2, IFFRAAZ 4/1, OCASIO CORTEZ 7/4...

Tuesday, 27 August 2019

Hot 2-Year-Old Trainers To Follow In September

Hot 2-Year-Old Trainers To Follow In September
I can't believe that we are nearly in September and the 2-year-old races will be winding down over the coming months. As I said the flat is winding down but it's not over until the fat lady sings and there is plenty of time to make some money. 

So, which trainers will be banging out the winners till she sings? Step forward Mr Clive Cox who over the past two Septembers has kept his 2-year-olds in great form. Let's take a look at the stats. In 2017 Clive Cox had seven runners with four winners and two placed including Awesome and Snazzy Jazzy who won the Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes race at Curragh. 2018 wasn't much different with Clive having eight runners with five winning and another placed. Hopefully, this month will be the same. Two Clive Cox horses I will be looking forward to seeing out again is Positive who will be winning again soon and the exciting It’s Good To Laugh who will be getting his first win on the board soon for owners Paul and Clare Rooney. 

Next on the Hotlist for September is John Gosden who loves a 2-year-old winner this month. A few pointers in the right direction here though. Has to be in Maiden and Novice races only, plus the distance is 1 mile to 1 mile 1 furlong and also under 15/2. In 2017, he had four winners out of eleven runners with another three placed. Winners included the sadly departed Roaring Lion and Crossed Batton who won at Sandown. One I am really looking forward to seeing out soon is the Ms Hissa Hamdan Al Maktoum owned Thebian Kingman colt who cost £230,000 and is entered in the Group 2 Champagne Stakes at Doncaster.

Charlie Hills could be another worth following in September with his 2-year-olds. As always just Novice and Maiden races and priced under 15/2. In 2017, he had six winners out of twelve runners that's an amazing 50 per cent strike-rate and in 2018 he had ten runners with four winning. Dulas could be a dark horse to look out for in September, I think I may have put this on as a horse to follow. Finished a respectable sixth on debut at Newmarket in July and is highly thought of by trainer Charlie Hills. 

Trainers are creatures of habit and Richard Hughes 2017 and 2018 September stats for his 2-year-old horses in Novice and Maiden races are exactly the same. In 2017 Richard had nine runners with three winning and another one placed and of course the same for 2018. One course he seems to like is Chelmsford with three winners and another placed out of four horses he has sent there, all winners in this month have been under 15/2. Three to look out for are Maori Knight an 82,000 euro Camelot colt. Lady Lynetta an 80,000 euro Tamayuz filly and unraced Kyllachy colt called Rathagan

Thanks for reading and good luck.

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