Money Wins Runs Profit to Last Days won £1 stake 14 days since win

D Nicholson £520,151 78 290 +£17.59 3/22 2

M Pipe £505,332 90 386 -£40.88 6/38 1

N Twiston-Davies £389,093 60 376 -£55.54 7/33 1

Mrs M Reveley £333,863 79 270 +£1.24 8/24 1

K Bailey £317,408 47 202 +£34.42 1/10 12

P Hobbs £289,767 61 271 -£31.25 4/16 3

Mrs J Pitman £261,291 32 164 +£13.03 1/17 10

J Gifford £257,102 36 197 -£6.68 4/13 1

N Henderson £251,214 32 143 +£28.22 3/16 11

O Sherwood £231,347 32 147 -£43.80 0/7 16

T Forster £208,582 23 127 -£22.54 2/14 1

G Richards £204,090 32 180 -£37.83 1/14 13

D Elsworth £175,297 10 78 -£31.21 0/8 75

D Gandolfo £155,184 25 112 +£3.30 2/5 4

G Balding £155,019 33 208 +£5.03 2/14 10


Wins Rides % Profit to Last Rides

£1 stake 14 days since win

R Dunwoody 121 533 23 -£71.13 5/33 3

A Maguire 121 581 21 -£116.78 4/44 15

N Williamson 86 477 18 -£25.92 4/25 0

J Osborne 81 387 21 -£74.31 3/27 6

P Niven 78 279 28 +£15.30 8/23 1

D Bridgwater 56 315 18 +£24.82 3/20 4

W Marston 52 266 20 +£37.81 3/19 2

M Dwyer 50 304 16 -£52.46 3/24 7

A Dobbin 49 309 16 -£102.90 3/21 1

A P McCoy 42 280 15 +£15.49 1/21 20

M A Fitzgerald 41 355 12 -£112.21 3/24 17

Peter Hobbs 40 257 16 -£79.82 3/14 0

G Bradley 35 225 16 -£28.14 0/14 17

G McCourt 33 211 16 -£56.71 1/9 3

C Llewellyn 29 151 19 -£22.39 3/11 0

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