Early season jumps form from Proform. Who was hot in 2016?

Afternoon one and all. Great to see how many of you have been engaging about the potential of using the Proform software to enhanced your betting experiences. Had several emails and messages to look at some angles for various friends on Twitter and we have highlighted one or two interesting angles.

I have barely touched the jumps scene yet and this is something that I am concentrating on for most of this week. The speed figures and power ratings when used correctly are very powerful indeed on the flat and the all-weather. Now I need to put them to proper use over the sticks too.

One thing I know is always of interest early on is the constant reference to trainers that “do well in October” or “have them well forward early”. So what I did for a little bit of fun today is just run a very quick query in to Proform to see how the profitable trainers performed early season in 2016.

So I looked at all trainers form last year for October and November over hurdles, chases and bumpers. I added in a couple of parameters in to the mix to only give us trainers over 20% strike rate, that showed an overall profit, plus one or two other requirements. This is what we ended up with…..

So an interesting collection of trainers that had their string well forward at the beginning of last season. One or two obvious names in there. From these names I just had a quick gander at the winners from the opening jumps meeting at Chepstow. Rebecca Curtis was 3/10, whilst Paul Nicholls, Fergal O’Brien and Colin Tizzard also had quick starts. Between the four of them at Chepstow last year they had a level stakes profit of 43.01 pts on the opening fixture.

Just a small piece today for some early season jumps interest. If you are considering joining Proform, I believe they are running a 50% sign up offer at the moment. All the details can be found on their Twitter account.


All the best