Profiting from flat Jockey James Doyle

Jockey James Doyle

James Doyle first came onto the scene in 2004 (with limited rides), he is the son of Jacqueline Doyle a former Trainer whilst his sister is Sophie Doyle who is also a jockey, so he comes very much from a racing background.

By his third season as a jockey in 2006, he gained much more recognition by winning 73 races from 760 races and although there was a current slump in a number of winners he was registering for the following four years he managed to get a contract to ride for an established trainer in the shape of Roger Charlton 2012.

Together, they managed to record group one wins with, Cityscape (his first group one winner in Dubai),  Al Kazeem and Kingman who won four group one races in the 2014 season.

Those successes brought him more attention as his ability to remain calm under pressure became obvious, an attribute required when riding in the best races around the world and by late 2014 he moved to all the powering stable of Godolphin.

Since then he has managed to ride more than 100 winners a season, his best tally came in 2015 when he recorded 125 winners from 632 rides representing a win strike rate near 20%, above the national average from those amount of rides.
With 85 pattern victories to his name and with already 14 group one races in the bag, he is a jockey that has proven himself early in his career in the big events.

His overall total prize money earned this season is over £2500000 with more likely to follow given his retainer and ammunition they have at their disposal.

When he isn’t riding for his principal retainers you will find him being supported by Mark Johnston, Hugo Palmer and John Gosden although the latter to a  lesser extent.

His principle retainer his David O” Meara but he gets a fair amount of outside rides for both Jim Goldie and Declan Carroll.

Out of all the turf courses he has ridden on, he appears to understand the contours of Newmarkets July course well, with an 18% win strike rate achieved from 277 rides so far. Other tracks where he has ridden plenty of winners are Newbury (showing a profit to level stakes) Windsor and Sandown.

Here are some worthwhile stats for betting purposes.

Please note records are based on a level staking plan to one Euro or Sterling per bet at SP (Industry prices).

Race Type: Handicap

Trainer: R Beckett

Bets: 82 Wins:9  Win Strike Rate: 11%  P/L +69.12

Race Type: Handicap

Trainer: S West

Bets: 21 Wins:7  Win Strike Rate: 33%  P/L +57.00

Race Type: Non-Handicap

Trainer: S Curran

Bets: 55 Wins:9  Win Strike Rate: 16%  P/L +47.25

Race Type: Handicap

Trainer: F Sheridan

Bets: 33 Wins:8  Win Strike Rate: 24%  P/L +37.41

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