DAQSTATS ANALYSIS: Our DAQSTATS identify the key statistical positives and negatives for racing on Friday.


DAQSTATS have identified key statistical: positives  and negatives  for today’s racing.

Whether you are a backer or a layer – you can combine the DAQSTATS below with the latest BETDAQ markets to help with your horse racing betting.

Haydock 1-40: Clive Cox has an excellent 23% strike rate with his runners at Haydock, Friday Already is 15.0.

Haydock 3-25: Charles Hills has an excellent 21% strike rate with his runners at Haydock, Saxon King is 2.1.

Haydock 4-00: Adam Kirby has an excellent 21% strike rate with his rides at Haydock, Ascot Adventure is 5.5.

Redcar 1-59: David Allan is showing a profit of over £100 when backing his rides to level stakes at Redcar, Seagrave Fox is 17.0.

Redcar 2-34: Jason Watson is showing a profit of close to £50 when backing his rides to level stakes at Redcar, Gold Charm is 9.5.

Uttoxeter 1-15: Tom Lacey has an excellent 20% strike rate with his runners at Uttoxeter, Bluebella is 34.0 and Getaway Tom is 17.0.

Uttoxeter 2-24: Robert Dunne is showing a profit of over £50 when backing his rides to level stakes at Uttoxeter, Pounding Poet is 3.25.

Fakenham 2-40: Ciaran Gethings has an excellent 27% strike rate with her rides at Fakenham, Shiyrvann is 19.0.

Newcastle 4-45: Michael Wigham has an excellent 21% strike rate with his runners at Newcastle, Coase is 9.0.

Newcastle 6-15: Jim Goldie is showing a profit of over £50 when backing his runners to level stakes at Newcastle, Tafsir is 12.0.

Dundalk 5-30: Ronan Whelan has an impressive long-term strike rate of 17% with his rides at Dundalk, Riccardi Medici is 11.0.

Dundalk 7-00: James Ryan is showing a profit of close to £50 when backing his rides to level stakes at Dundalk, The Bog Bank is 4.5.

Haydock 2-50: Tim Easterby is showing a loss of over £100 when backing his runners to level stakes at Haydock, Snash is 13.0.

Haydock 4-33: Karl Burke is showing a loss of over £75 when backing his runners to level stakes at Haydock, Dee See Are is 9.0.

Haydock 5-08: William Haggas is showing a loss of close to £50 when backing his runners to level stakes at Haydock, Qoya is 3.5.

Redcar 1-25: Richard Fahey is showing a loss of over £75 when backing his runners to level stakes at Redcar, Claretina is 4.3.

Redcar 3-09: Nigel Tinkler is showing a loss of very close to £50 when backing his runners to level stakes at Redcar, Duke Of Wybourne is 11.0 and Sidney’s Son is 19.0.

Uttoxeter 1-49: Tom Bellamy is showing a loss of over £50 when backing his rides to level stakes at Uttoxeter, Mumbo Jumbo is 4.3.

Uttoxeter 2-59: Tom O’Brien is showing a loss of very close to £50 when backing his rides to level stakes at Uttoxeter, Bretney is 5.5.

Fakenham 3-15: Nigel Twiston-Davies is showing a loss of over £25 when backing his runners to level stakes at Fakenham, Blended Stealth is 8.5.

Newcastle 5-15: Richard Fahey is showing a loss of over £50 when backing his runners to level stakes at Newcastle, Bernie The Bear is 2.62.

Newcastle 5-45: Paul Mulrennan is showing a loss of over £100 when backing his rides to level stakes at Newcastle, Sandret is 7.0.

Dundalk 5-00: Jessica Harrington is showing a loss of very close to £100 when backing her runners to level stakes at Dundalk, Astelia is 10.0.

Dundalk 6-00: Chris Hayes is showing a loss of over £150 when backing his rides to level stakes at Dundalk, Eclat De Lumiere is 12.0.

NAP: SAXON KING 3-25 Haydock, at around 2.1 on Betdaq Betting Exchange
LAY: BERNIE THE BEAR 5-15 Newcastle, at around 2.62 on Betdaq Betting Exchange


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