Deep stats for the Betvictor Gold Cup

Courtesy of my friend Chris Bagnall at Horseracebase here are the detailed stats for the weekend’s big handicap steeplechase at Cheltenham. Most trends analysts go back a maximum of 10 years. Horseracebase statistics run from 1997, assuming of course the race has been in the calendar that long.

Age of winner

age

Days since winner last ran

days since

Number of wins at the race distance – 2m4.5f

distance wins

Number of wins at a shorter distance

wins less dist

Number of wins at a longer distance

wins above dist

Weight carried by winner

weight

Number of runs winner had had that season

season runs

Where winner finished in previous run

prev run

Winner’s official rating

or

Winner’s odds

odds

Winner’s number of runs in previous 365 days

no of runs

Maximum trip over which the winner has won

max dist win

Maximum trip over which the winner has run

max dist run

Winner’s position in betting market (1 = fav: 2 = 2nd fav etc)

market

Good luck

Joe

 

 

 

Trainers’ record since 1997 in Betvictor

Here are the stats by trainer for Saturday’s Betvictor Gold Cup. Note that, in the place column, a win also counts as a place. Bets equals number of runners. Far right column shows how many runnings of the race those runners are spread over. P/L is profit/loss at SP where you’ll see that Martin Pipe and Nigel TD are the only ones showing a profit.

This offers a deeper look at bare stats. For example, on the face of it, Philip Hobbs has a poor record with not one winner to show for 17 runners. But a glance at the place column shows that 8 have reached the frame; he’s far from a poor judge of what it takes to go close here.

At the foot is a summary of the winners since 1997 and I’m grateful to my friend Chris Bagnall founder of Horseracebase for all the stats you see here.

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