BRITISH 2yo RACING - Trainer Extra Statistics Page

M. Johnston
(Middleham)




First Time Out (FTO) Profit & Loss :
    ·  P&L for all Runners
    ·  P&L by Month Groups
    ·  P&L by Distance
Second Time Out (STO) Profit & Loss :
    ·  P&L for all Runners
    ·  P&L by Month Groups
    ·  P&L by Distance

First Time Out (FTO) Average [Estimates]
    ·  All Runners by Season Winner & Non-Winners
    ·  Winner to Non-Winners by Debut Month Group
    ·  Winner to Non-Winners by Debut Distance
Percentage of Winners in Debut Index Slice
    ·  Breakdown of winners in first 50% of Debut Index
    ·  Breakdown of winners in first 20% of Debut Index

Winners to Runners by Source
    ·  Winners to Runners by Sales Price or Owner Bred

M. Johnston (Middleham)

FTO Profit & Loss for all Runners

SEASON
2yo Runners
FTO Winners
Total Win SP
Profit/Loss
2003 67 11 46-9.9
2004 83 10 52.1-20.9
2005 79 14 90.925.9
2006 102 15 102.715.7
2007 119 12 92-15
2008 89 11 74-4
2009 92 9 38.93-44.07
2010 72 6 27.75-38.25
2011 78 9 47.58-21.42
2012 66 8 42.13-15.87
2013 85 8 31.73-45.27
2014 68 7 35.84-25.16
2015 107 16 58.46-32.54

Note: FTO = 'First Time Out' and denotes a horse's debut run as a 2yo. A run for a new trainer or a first run in Britain by a horse who has already competed abroad are not included in the table data.

The table gives the total number of 2yo runners the trainer had each season and how many won FTO. The final column shows the total Profit or Loss if you had placed a level stake win bet on all of the stable's 2yo debut runners at the reported starting price (SP). The cell will be in light Pink if a loss would have resulted from the bets, light Green for a profit and white for breaking even or in the case where there are no debut runners.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

FTO Profit & Loss split by Month Group

SEASON
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
2003
2-8
4-9.2
57.3
2004
58.5
3-22.4
2-7
2005
1-7.5
85.8
527.6
2006
32.5
91.7
311.5
2007
1-15.8
721.5
4-20.8
2008
1-11
43
64
2009
3-1.45
5-24.37
1-18.25
2010
0-7
3-19.25
3-12
2011
3-5.67
3-16
30.25
2012
310
3-12
2-13.87
2013
5-8.61
1-36.16
2-0.5
2014
25.5
4-12.5
1-18.16
2015
94.38
7-8.92
0-28

Note: The First figure in each cell in the number of FTO winners during those months of the season. The second figure is the total level stakes profit or loss resulting from betting on all of the trainer's debut runners in that period.

The table breaks down the data presented in the previous section by three Month Groups. It is possible that a trainer can produce a profit in one of the Month Group periods while recording a loss across the whole season (or vice versa). The total number of FTO winners in the three cells should total to the figure presented in the "FTO Winners Column" in the last section.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

FTO Profit & Loss split by Race Distance

SEASON
5f - 5.5f
5.6f - 6.5f
6.6f - 7.5f
7.6f - 8.5f
8.6f +
2003
2-8
47.8
3-2.5
1-9.3
12
2004
32
63.6
1-14.5
0-11
0-1
2005
0-8
6-1
425.8
411.1
0-2
2006
2-3.5
4-6.1
726.8
23.5
0-5
2007
1-11.8
2-22.5
831.8
1-9.5
0-3
2008
1-7
1-22
626
31
0-2
2009
2-5.45
6-7.62
1-18
0-12
0-1
2010
0-7
2-20.75
2-8.5
1-10
18
2011
30.58
1-19.5
46
1-7.5
0-1
2012
413.25
1-10
3-9.12
0-8
0-2
2013
5-4.61
1-12.5
2-16.16
0-10
0-2
2014
313
2-21
1-11
0-7
10.84
2015
813.38
6-15.42
2-13.5
0-15
0-2

Note: The First figure in each cell is the number of FTO winners in each of the Race Distance Groups. The second figure is the total level stakes profit or loss resulting from betting on all of the trainer's debut runners at that race distance. British racecourses run races over intermediate, and non-standard, distances therefore a '6f' group includes all races from 5.6 furlongs up to 6.5 for example.

The table breaks down the data presented in the first section of the page by five Race Distance Groups. It is possible that a trainer can produce a profit in one, or more, of the Race Distance Groups while recording a loss across the whole season (or vice versa). The total number of FTO winners in the five cells should total to the figure presented in the "FTO Winners Column" in the first section.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

STO Profit & Loss for all Runners

SEASON
STO Runners
STO Winners
Total Win SP
Profit/Loss
2003 54 18 31.85-4.15
2004 64 17 67.5620.56
2005 66 12 37.6-16.4
2006 86 18 68.40.4
2007 99 18 64.9-16.1
2008 71 12 39.2-19.8
2009 77 14 51.58-11.42
2010 58 5 37.25-15.75
2011 65 8 21.3-35.7
2012 56 9 21.91-25.09
2013 81 8 27.92-45.08
2014 58 12 43.17-2.83
2015 92 19 61.76-11.24

Note: STO = 'Second Time Out' and denotes a horse's second run as a 2yo.

The table gives the total number of 2yo runners the trainer had each season and how many won STO. Not all of the stable's 2yos may have run more than once. The final column shows the total Profit or Loss if you had placed a level stake win bet on all of the stable's 2yo STO runners at the reported starting price (SP). The cell will be in light Pink if a loss would have resulted from the bets, light Green for a profit and white for breaking even or in the case where there are no debut runners.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

STO Profit & Loss split by Month Group

SEASON
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
2003
61.1
70.34
5-5.59
2004
3-3.64
1138.02
3-13.82
2005
2-1.3
4-15.1
60
2006
1-9.4
12-2.4
512.3
2007
1-6
6-5.6
11-4.5
2008
1-2.5
3-13.12
8-4.18
2009
312.6
10-3.9
1-20.12
2010
0-1
32.25
2-17
2011
41.69
2-25.64
2-11.75
2012
4-1.24
4-14.85
1-9
2013
4-2.34
2-27.37
2-15.37
2014
22.1
910.41
1-15.34
2015
3-1.5
12-7.24
4-2.5

Note: The First figure in each cell in the number of STO winners during those months of the season. The second figure is the total level stakes profit or loss resulting from betting on all of the trainer's second time out runners in that period.

The table breaks down the data presented in the previous section by three Month Groups. It is possible that a trainer can produce a profit in one of the Month Group periods while recording a loss across the whole season (or vice versa). The total number of STO winners in the three cells should total to the figure presented in the "STO Winners Column" in the last section.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

STO Profit & Loss split by Race Distance

SEASON
5f - 5.5f
5.6f - 6.5f
6.6f - 7.5f
7.6f - 8.5f
8.6f +
2003
42.03
5-9.32
70.23
24.91
0-2
2004
2-3.47
731.11
5-3.24
2-5.34
11.5
2005
2-1.25
3-7.34
2-10.8
55.01
0-2
2006
1-8.4
57.5
1015
1-17.6
14
2007
1-3
5-14.1
3-14.5
716.3
2-0.8
2008
0-7
1-16.5
6-2.3
46
10
2009
3-2.25
48.85
6-8.12
1-7.9
0-2
2010
0-2
2-13.25
2-7.5
18
0-1
2011
52.57
1-12
0-20
2-3.27
0-3
2012
3-4.49
3-8.55
3-0.05
0-8
0-4
2013
3-9.59
2-12.12
2-8
0-15
1-0.37
2014
26
66.38
3-7.87
1-5.34
0-2
2015
4-3.7
7-3.09
5-4.95
33.5
0-3

Note: The First figure in each cell is the number of STO winners in each of the Race Distance Groups. The second figure is the total level stakes profit or loss resulting from betting on all of the trainer's second time out runners at that race distance. British racecourses run races over intermediate, and non-standard, distances therefore a '6f' group includes all races from 5.6 furlongs up to 6.5 for example.

The table breaks down the data presented in the first "STO P&L" section of the page by five Race Distance Groups. It is possible that a trainer can produce a profit in one, or more, of the Race Distance Groups while recording a loss across the whole season (or vice versa). The total number of STO winners in the five cells should total to the figure presented in the "STO Winners Column" in the first section.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

FTO Average [Estimates] by Season Winner & Non-Winners
(All Runners)

SEASON
Winners
Seconds
Thirds
Fourths
Unplaced
2006
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
2007
[42] 47
[36] 15
[32] 16
[31] 9
[22] 22
2008
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
2009
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
2010
[36] 22
[27] 9
[21] 8
[34] 6
[21] 13
2011
[36] 29
[37] 9
[22] 6
[25] 5
[24] 15
2012
[38] 25
[32] 11
[26] 5
[34] 3
[23] 10
2013
[34] 31
[26] 11
[25] 9
[26] 5
[20] 17
2014
[42] 29
[34] 10
[22] 9
[20] 4
[24] 8
2015
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]
[~]

Note: FTO = 'First Time Out' and denotes a horse's first race outing. B2yoR rates the performances of all 2yos in races during the turf season. These ratings are termed '[Estimates]' and shortened to '[Est]' in the various listings on the site.

Note: The positions 'Winners', 'Seconds', 'Thirds', 'Fourths' & 'Unplaced' denote the best positions achieved by each of the trainer's juveniles during their 2yo career. It is not necessarily the placing on debut because a horse could achieve it's best placing on any one of it's runs.

Note: B2yoR [Estimates] were at a generally lower level in 2007, a subject considered in an article on the site.

The first figure in each cell, in bold text and enclosed by square brackets, is the average FTO rating recorded by all of the trainer's 2yos that achieved a best placing of that type during the season. The second figure on the light grey background is the number of 2yos that qualify in that 'Best Placing' group.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

Season Winner to Non-winner FTO Average Estimates
split by Month of Debut Group

SEASON
Winners
Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov
Seconds
Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov
Thirds
Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov
Fourths
Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov
Unplaced
Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov
2006
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
2007
[37] [43] [43]
[32] [31] [39]
[24] [42] [18]
[34] [26] [34]
[16] [25] [22]
2008
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
2009
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
2010
[19] [34] [45]
[5] [23] [34]
[~] [20] [25]
[~] [29] [35]
[10] [20] [22]
2011
[34] [31] [54]
[6] [27] [50]
[1] [23] [37]
[24] [~] [26]
[~] [23] [24]
2012
[42] [35] [37]
[30] [35] [30]
[2] [35] [30]
[29] [36] [36]
[29] [30] [17]
2013
[32] [34] [41]
[29] [25] [26]
[22] [24] [29]
[30] [20] [~]
[18] [21] [18]
2014
[42] [43] [34]
[26] [43] [25]
[12] [21] [26]
[~] [26] [15]
[30] [38] [15]
2015
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~]

Note: FTO = 'First Time Out' and denotes a horse's first race outing. B2yoR rates the performances of all 2yos in races during the turf season. These ratings are termed '[Estimates]' and shortened to '[Est]' in the various listings on the site.

Note: The positions 'Winners', 'Seconds', 'Thirds', 'Fourths' & 'Unplaced' denote the best positions achieved by each of the trainer's juveniles during their 2yo career. It is not necessarily the placing on debut because a horse could achieve it's best placing on any one of it's runs.

The table shows the average FTO [Estimate] data given in the previous section broken down by three Month Groupings.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

Season Winner to Non-winner FTO Average Estimates
split by Race Distance of Debut

SEASON
Winners
5f 6f 7f 8f
Seconds
5f 6f 7f 8f
Thirds
5f 6f 7f 8f
Fourths
5f 6f 7f 8f
Unplaced
5f 6f 7f 8f
2006
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
2007
[35] [39] [45] [45]
[32] [31] [38] [48]
[24] [45] [34] [26]
[34] [~] [28] [38]
[16] [28] [22] [23]
2008
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
2009
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
2010
[~] [31] [38] [35]
[16] [28] [36] [~]
[~] [20] [26] [2]
[~] [~] [37] [28]
[14] [22] [28] [20]
2011
[38] [26] [49] [44]
[~] [6] [34] [56]
[1] [23] [23] [37]
[22] [30] [~] [20]
[~] [16] [23] [29]
2012
[42] [30] [42] [32]
[25] [35] [34] [~]
[32] [2] [33] [32]
[29] [36] [~] [36]
[~] [28] [25] [17]
2013
[35] [30] [35] [46]
[30] [22] [28] [27]
[22] [~] [28] [~]
[30] [~] [20] [~]
[18] [23] [19] [17]
2014
[47] [43] [40] [35]
[26] [35] [37] [31]
[12] [11] [28] [33]
[34] [16] [~] [16]
[24] [28] [19] [~]
2015
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]
[~] [~] [~] [~]

Note: FTO = 'First Time Out' and denotes a horse's first race outing. B2yoR rates the performances of all 2yos in races during the turf season. These ratings are termed '[Estimates]' and shortened to '[Est]' in the various listings on the site.

Note: The positions 'Winners', 'Seconds', 'Thirds', 'Fourths' & 'Unplaced' denote the best positions achieved by each of the trainer's juveniles during their 2yo career. It is not necessarily the placing on debut because a horse could achieve it's best placing on any one of it's runs.

The table shows the average FTO [Estimate] data given in the first part of the 'FTO Average Estimate' section broken down by five Race Distance Groupings.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

Breakdown of winners in first 50% of Debut Index

SEASON
Total Runners
Total Winners
Runners in First 50%
Percent of first 50% that won
Percent of Total Winners in first 50%
2006 102 45 51 58.8 % 66.7 %
2007 119 49 60 52.5 % 63.3 %
2008 88 36 44 50 % 61.1 %
2009 92 44 46 60.9 % 63.6 %
2010 72 23 36 38.9 % 60.9 %
2011 78 29 39 59 % 79.3 %
2012 66 25 33 54.5 % 72 %
2013 85 33 42 50 % 63.6 %
2014 68 31 34 64.7 % 71 %
2015 107 56 54 75.5 % 71.4 %

Note: 'Debut Index' = if a trainer has, for example, ten 2yo debuts in a season you can order them from earliest to latest as 1 to 10. This numbering is the 'Index'. In this case a 'Slice' refers to taking a percentage of the Index, from the start, to analyse. In the case of the trainer with his ten 2yos a '50% Debut slice' would refer to the first 5 of his juveniles that made their debuts during the season.

The first three columns give information about the number of 2yo runners & winners the trainer had along with the number of runners that qualify for the 'Debut Slice'. The fourth column is the percentage of that 'Slice' that won during the season. The final column is the percentage of all of the stable's winners that were in that sampling.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

Breakdown of winners in first 20% of Debut Index

SEASON
Total Runners
Total Winners
Runners in First 20%
Percent of first 20% that won
Percent of Total Winners in first 20%
2006 102 45 20 50 % 22.2 %
2007 119 49 24 58.3 % 28.6 %
2008 88 36 18 44.4 % 22.2 %
2009 92 44 18.4 72.2 % 29.5 %
2010 72 23 14.4 35.7 % 21.7 %
2011 78 29 15.6 73.3 % 37.9 %
2012 66 25 13.2 46.2 % 24 %
2013 85 33 17 70.6 % 36.4 %
2014 68 31 13.6 53.8 % 22.6 %
2015 107 56 21.4 81 % 30.4 %

Note: 'Debut Index' = if a trainer has, for example, ten 2yo debuts in a season you can order them from earliest to latest as 1 to 10. This numbering is the 'Index'. In this case a 'Slice' refers to taking a percentage of the Index, from the start, to analyse. In the case of the trainer with his ten 2yos a '20% Debut slice' would refer to the first 2 of his juveniles that made their debuts during the season.

The first three columns give information about the number of 2yo runners & winners the trainer had along with the number of runners that qualify for the 'Debut Slice'. The fourth column is the percentage of that 'Slice' that won during the season. The final column is the percentage of all of the stable's winners that were in that sampling.

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M. Johnston (Middleham)

Winners to Runners by Sales Price or Owner Bred

SEASON
Up to 5k
>5k to 10k
>10k to 20k
>20k to 40k
>40k to 60k
>60k to 100k >100k Owner Bred
2005 - 5-6 5-11 8-14 4-8 3-5 0-4 14-27
2006 1-4 5-7 6-13 9-25 4-7 4-11 2-4 13-27
2007 1-1 0-2 2-7 10-18 4-11 5-10 2-8 24-61
2008 - 1-2 3-8 2-10 6-11 5-13 7-13 12-29
2009 0-2 1-3 5-7 4-17 5-8 5-11 8-14 15-26
2010 1-3 1-4 1-3 4-12 2-9 5-15 4-9 4-15
2011 1-5 2-4 1-4 2-13 2-7 1-6 3-8 15-26
2012 - - 3-9 2-6 7-11 5-10 2-5 6-24
2013 - 4-7 3-9 4-15 2-8 4-14 3-6 12-24
2014 0-1 0-4 1-6 5-10 2-5 4-9 3-5 15-25
2015 0-2 0-3 6-8 9-20 5-11 6-13 3-5 25-43

Note: 'k' = one thousand and therefore '5k' means 5,000. The table uses the common unit to be 'Guineas' and sales made in other currencies (Pounds Sterling, Euros, US dollars, etc.) are converted to guineas. A 'Guinea' is 1.05, i.e. one pounds sterling plus 5%. Each grouping refers to sales prices recorded for 2yos that ran for the stable in that price range.

Note: Where the 2yos were not offered at sales but were bred by their owners, for whom they raced, they are denoted as 'Owner Bred'.

The first figure in each cell is the number of winners for the trainer who qualify in that 'Sales Price' grouping. The second figure is the total number of 2yos in that group. Therefore, "4-8" would mean eight 2yos in that group of which four were winners during the season.

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