Horse Racing Stats & Trends - Today’s Key Pointers

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Stats and trends play an essential part in horse racing betting, and we’ll be highlighting the key pointers every day of the week to give our followers the inside track.

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Below are two key stats and trends for the racing on Tuesday, February 27.

4:35pm Leicester - Cat Tiger

  • Cat Tiger won this race in 2021 from an 8lb higher mark.
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Cat Tiger

4:35pm Leicester

7:30pm Southwell - Sarkha

  • Sarkha is now 9lbs below his last winning handicap mark.
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7:30pm Southwell

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Check out more from the Freebets horse racing hub, including tips, stats, market movers and today’s racecards!

The Stats & Trends will be updated every day by 10am, with any key pointers highlighted - so make sure and check back daily.

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Trainers and jockeys record in a race the most common weight range or age group that wins a race, what sort of form a horse brings, or how long a break a horse has had before running in a race are all key pointers.

Specific trainers target specific races, and certain jockeys ride some racecourses better than others, so keeping those on your side can be an advantage.

While some horses perform better at specific racecourses and on different types of ground.

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Scott McGlynn

Famed for his Acca of the Day and Bet Builder selections, Scott provides tips across many sports on Freebets, and is our lead Scottish football writer