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Market Rasen Betfred Summer Plate: Dosage & Trends Analysis

Will anyone catch Paddy?

We take a small deviation today from all the flat excitement over at BDH and dip our toes back into a bit of National Hunt analysis.

The Summer Plate at Market Rasen is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the summer jumping season and the track deservedly gets a healthy turn-out in numbers today for their showcase race.

If I’m honest it looks a bit of a tricky renewal this year (something that is evident by the betting market for the race) although in terms of quality I wouldn’t say it is dripping with summer talent.

Regardless of my thoughts on lack of talent I’ve still stuck the race through the ‘Trosage’ machine to see what comes out the other end.

The full NTF Summer Plate analysis guide can be downloaded for free from the following link…

>>Free Market Rasen Betfred Summer Plate Analysis Guide

We have done pretty well with our limited, yet focused, attack on the summer jumping game (Free Summer Stunners guide) and hopefully we can pillage something from this race as well to add to the pot.

As always you don’t have to side with my selections, there is plenty of analysis in the guide that you can utilize for your own thoughts and workings.

Best of luck if you are getting involved today and if you are enjoying a beer or 2 in the garden in-between races remember and lather up with the suntan lotion!!

Ben (NTF)

2 responses to “Market Rasen Betfred Summer Plate: Dosage & Trends Analysis”

  1. Hi, great analysis as usual.
    One question though with this race as it’s distance was changed from 2m4f to 2m6f110y in 2005.
    Just wondered about your thoughts on using last 14 editions when the first 6 were at a shorter distance?

    • Hi Dave

      I did toy with that idea and it did cross my mind to only include the last 8, however, I have run this race through the trends/dosage in the past few seasons on the blog and it has produced a winner and a photo finish 2nd so I’m happy enough that the figures are producing the goods.

      It is a fair point from yourself though and is something that is worth keeping in mind.

      Cheers – Ben (NTF)

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