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29th November 2020

Classic Trial Trends and Free Tips

Normally run at Sandown Park racecourse in April, the Group Three Classic Trial has been moved to be staged at Kempton Park racecourse (Weds 3rd June 2020)

We take a look at the key trends and stats ahead of the 2020 Classic Trial – this year run at Kempton Park racecourse.

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 Wednesday 3rd June 2020

2.45 Unibet Classic Trial (Group 3) Cl1 1m2f7y ITV4

13/15 – Won between 1-3 times before
13/15 – Returned 8/1 or shorter in the betting
12/15 – Never raced at Sandown before
11/15 – Had won over at least 1m before
10/15 – Placed in the top 2 last time out
9/15 – Irish bred winners
8/15 – Raced at Leopardstown (2), Curragh (2) or Newbury (4) last time out
7/15 – Horses drawn in stall 4 that finished in the first 3
7/15 – Won last time out
5/15 – Winning favourites
5/15 – Trained by John Gosden
3/15 – Winners from stall 4
3/15 – Won by an Irish-trained horse
2/15 – Ridden by William Buick
2/15 – Winners from stall 3
The average winning SP in the last 10 runnings is 13/2

TQ VERDICT: Trainer John Gosden has his horses in decent order during this period after racing was halted and seeing he's also won the Classic Trial 3 times since 2014, then his HYPOTHETICAL gets the nod here. Frankie Dettori, who rode a winner for Gosden yesterday, gets the leg-up and looks the sort to progress onto bigger and better things after a smooth debut win at Chelmsford back in December. The step up from 1m to 1m2f is sure to suit and with Gosden, who has a 36% record with his 3 year-olds at the track, seeminly having a number of horses to pick to run here - the fact he's opted for this 3 year-old could be significant to think he feels the horse has improved and will also benefit for the extra yardage. Max Vega, from the Ralph Beckett yard, can give the pick most to think about. He's won his last two in good fashion - inculding a Group Three last time out at HQ. But the last of those wins was on soft ground and this will be his first try on an AW surface. Of the rest, Born With Pride was also a nice winner on debut and commands respect from the William Haggas yard, while with a 26%record with their 3 year-olds at Kempton, then trainer Charlie Appleby (Bright Melody) is another handlers to note, while the Balding team won this race 12 months ago and try to follow-up - this time with the consistent Berlin Tango.

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