Jockey And Trainer Head To Heads
This next area that we are looking at is the jockey
and trainer head to heads and we get to this area by clicking either the
J-H-H or the T-H-H buttons which are found at the bottom
of the runner details and the first thing that you will notice is the
top section is very much the same as others zones in that all the race
details are displayed at the top of the page.
The runner which we have chosen to view the head to
heads for is always listed on the left hand side with the compared
jockey on the right, in the middle area you will notice that there is a
percentage figure and this is the strike rate which our chosen jockey
will tend to finish in front of the compared jockey listed on the right.
There are advantages by using this area and one of
those could be where there are two runners which look very equal and are
difficult to split but one has a longer price than the other, if this is
the case and our longer priced jockey has a strike rate which tends to
suggest they will finish in front of the lower priced option then this
could be a good bet.
Itâ€™s the comparing of two jockeys in this way which
I think could help to find value bets in a racing event which would
normally go unnoticed and so would say that this could very well be an
area which we can make a lot of use of when looking for a suitable
runner where we feel that a bet could then be placed.
There is not a great deal more to tell you about
this area and I feel that most of it is self-explanatory so I think it
is time that we moved onto the next section that we will be looking at
and this is the jockey and trainer winning zone which is another area
that I expect you will be making the most of when making your
Before we move onto the next help topic there is a short video below
which you should watch which will give you a better understanding of the
layout and how this area works
Ruby Power (IRE)
Jockey Rossa Ryan racing against Daniel Muscutt is a head to head results which shows our jockey will finish in front 46% of the time which is about average.
What An Angel (GB)
Richard Hannon trained runners in a head to head against the Marco Botti yard produces an average sort of result meaning they come out in front 47% of the time.