Royal Ascot 2015

Does following trends really help ?

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Day 1 – Tuesday 16th June 2015
Queen Anne StakesSolow Won at 11/8. Trends listing had 5 runners and 8 ran (63%)
Coventry StakesAir Force Blue 2nd at 7/2. Trends listing had 6 runners and 17 ran (35%)
Kings Stand Stakes – No horses followed all the trends
St.James’s Palace StakesGleneagles Won at 8/15. Trends listing had 2 runners and 5 ran (40%)

Day 2 – Wednesday 17th June 2015
Jersey StakesFadhayyill 2nd at 9/1. Trends listing had 3 runners and 16 ran (19%)
Queen Mary StakesEastern Angel 2nd at 13/2. Trends listing had 13 runners and 20 ran (65%)
Prince Of Wales’s Stakes – No horses followed all the trends
Duke Of Cambridge Stakes – No horses followed all the trends
Royal Hunt CupAvon Pearl 8th at 100/1. Trends listing had 8 runners and 30 ran (27%)

Day 3 – Thursday 18th June 2015
Norfolk StakesWaterloo Bridge Won at 12/1. Trends listing had 7 runners and 10 ran (70%)
Tercentenary StakesTime Test Won at 15/8. Trends listing had 8 runners and 11 ran (73%)
Ribblesdale StakesCurvy Won at 9/2. Trends listing had 4 runners and 10 ran (40%)
Ascot’s Gold CupForgotten Rules 3rd at 5/2. Trends listing had 4 runners and 12 ran (33%)
Britannia StakesUdododontu 2nd at 14/1. Trends listing had 11 runners and 28 ran (39%)

Day 4 – Friday 19th June 2015
Albany StakesIlluminate Won at 4/1. Trends listing had 10 runners and 18 ran (56%)
King Edward VII Stakes – Festive Fare 5th at 3/1. Trends listing had 2 runners and 7 ran (29%)
Coronation StakesErvedya Won at 3/1. Trends listing had 4 runners and 9 ran (44%)

Day 5 – Saturday 20th June 2015
Hardwicke StakesTelescope 4th at 6/4. Trends listing had 1 runner and 7 ran (33%)
Diamond Jubilee StakesBrazen Beau 2nd at 7/2. Trends listing had 5 runners and 15 ran (33%)
Wokingham StakesInterception Won at 10/1. Trends listing had 11 runners and 25 ran (44%)

Overall, 104 runners appeared on my trends listings out of the 273 total number of runners from the races that I analysed at the meeting (38%). Had a £1 win bet been placed on all those on the trends listings, then a loss of £62.71 would have been incurred, but who is going to back them all ? The reason for publishing these trends lists is to help narrow down the runners to be looked at. The lists contained 38% of the runners and provided 8 winners from 19 races analysed.

Hopefully my analysis helped you to find some winners.