You have selected Oisin Murphy Jockey stats for the flat turf.
View the summary information below for a quick overview of Oisin Murphy's stats or to see the full stats use the Full Report Form below.
How to use the Jockey Stats Reports
This page is used for generating Jockey stats. You can search for a Jockey and see a comprehensive report showing all the their stats. This page is configurable such that you can filter the report for specific types of races, distances, going etc.
Enter all or part of the name and press the search button. If there are any matches with Jockeys in the database then they will be listed and you can choose the name you are looking for. Once you have selected one Jockey from the list (or your search returned a single, exact match then that name will be 'loaded'.
e.g. To search for jockey Hayley Turner enter all or part of her name. If you only type in a few characters such as "hay" the database will find all jockeys with hay in the name such as Miss Hayley Moore.
Note that FlatStats uses the traditional way of naming jockeys where most names are displayed as initials and last names only. Usually only female jockeys have their full first name listed so whilst when searching for Hayley Turner you can search for "Hay" for jockeys such as Ryan Moore you need to search on th last name "Moore" as he is listed in the database as R L Moore.
If there are two or more names found you will see a small table showing all the records found in the database. The table shows the name and basic stats for that name (number of wins, runs, strike rate and the A/E 'value' stat. Just click on the name you are interested in to 'load' that data.
Click on a letter to show all names beginning with that letter. Note that this will show matches on the first name or initial only.
Quick Overview Report
Once a Jockey has been selected you will see a quick overview of their stats such as:.
- The profitability of the Jockey
- The overall strike rate and an indication if the strike rate has changed recently
- Any preferences the Jockey may have for location, distance, or going
- Information about when the Jockey last had a winner, and what was their longest losing streak
Full Stats Report
This is a big report which displays everything you need to know about a Jockey. The report opens up in a new window and contains lots of stats for the Jockey split into specific categories (such as time of year, type of race, position in betting and much more).
Full Report Form
You can either click Generate Report straight away to see all the stats for your selected Jockey or you can filter the report by changing some of the options on the form.
Filtering is good for homing in on specific stats. If you want to examine a Jockey's stats in just handicap races, at certain courses, or at a particular time of the year then you can filter the report to show only that information.
The report options consist of check boxes which you can use to include or exclude criteria, drop down boxes which you can use to select ranges of numbers, and entry boxes you can use to type in specific ranges such as the SP.
When filtering a report it is best not to be too specific else the number of results returned may be too low to produce a meaningful report. If the report returns insufficient data then you may want to widen your search to include more races.
e.g. If you want to find out how well a particular Jockey does when the going is heavy in April, over distances of exactly 12f in field sizes of exactly 5 runners then the results returned could be low and thus no meaningful report will be generated.
It would be far better to perform a search with criteria either side of the data you requested in order to increase the sample size. Try searching for:
Going Heavy and Soft, Months March to May, Distances 11f to 13f, Runners less than 8.
Another reason for not being too specific is that you could fall into the trap of backfitting the data. Backfitting is a bad way of analysing stats as you are biasing the data based on the results you already know or you are 'painting the target around where the arrow lands'.
If a filter can not be justified then it probably should be used. In otherwords, if you can not explain why results are better or worse with a filter then it is best to exclude it.
Examples of backfitted data:SP between 3/1 and 13/2, Runners between 8 and 14, Last Ran 8 to 23 days ago.
If you can not justify why those exact figures should be used then it is best to not use them. Ask yourself why 3/1 and 13/2 why not 4/1 and 15/2? Why runners between 8 and 14 why not 9 and 15?
When you are ready to view the full stats for the Jockey just click the Generate Report button. The report should open in a new window and show you comprehensive information about the Jockey.
The report is split into 3 main sections: Filter Settings, Summary, and Detailed Stats.
Filter Settings: This displays any filters you have set up on the form. If you changed any of the form settings from the default then the information will be shown here. This section also displays the Date Range and Actual Date Range where the date range is the date you selected (or the form default) and the actual range is the dates which the database found.
Summary: This displays a quick overview of the Jockey's stats. You can view basic infom such as wins, runs and strike rate, as well as the more important expected wins, A/E, and profits.
Expected Wins: the number of wins the Jockey should have had based on the odds of all their runners.
Total Earnings: the win and place prize money earned
Earnings Per Start: the earnings divided by the runs - this can be used as a class indicator
Avg Win SP: the average odds of all the Jockey's winners
Avg All SP: the average odds of all the Jockey's runners
Last 50 runs / 28 days provides basic stats and form figures for the last 50 runs and the last 28 days for the Jockey.
Total Individual Runners is the number of individual horses which ran for the JockeyIf a Jockey had 10 horses then those 10 horses may have run many times each. The total number of runs would be the total number of times those 10 horses ran (if they all ran 20 times then the total runs is 200) whilst the total individual runners figure is 10.
Total Unique Winners is a figure which indicates how many of those individual horses won at least one race. If 5 of those 10 horses won a race then the figure is 5 (50%) which means that half of the Jockey's horse won a race. The Total Unique Won a £10K+ Race is similar but that it counts those horses that won a more valuable race.
Detailed Stats: This is the main part of the report which gives a break down of individual groups such as the record of the Jockey over the past 10 years, during different seasons, in different types of races, with different prices and much more.
The stats show:
Category: This is the stat being shown such as Class, Distance, Going, Field Size etc.
Item: This shows the individual stat item such as Group 1, 12f, Good to Form, Small Fields etc.
Wins, Runs, Win%, Plc%: Basic stats for the item including the strike rate (Win%) and the place strike rate (Plc%)
I.V.: This is the Impact Value stat. It is a measure of how much more or less an item is winning within it's category. e.g. If the Category is Gender and the item for Fillies shows an I.V. of 0.75 then fillies are winning less than their fair share of races.
A/E: This is the A/E value stat. It is a measure of how much over or under bet the item is - basically if the item is value or not. If a figure is more than 1.00 then the item has tended to be underbet by the public (it won more races than it was expected to), whilst if the figure is much lower than 1.00 then the item is not so good value.
£1Win, ROI%: These are the profit figures. The £1Win figure is the profit or loss from backing the item to a level £1 stake whilst the ROI% is the return on investment or the profit / loss in percentage terms.
All stats are shown in colour where the colour is based on the the ROI% figure:
- 30% or more ROI
- more than -30% to less than 30% ROI
- -30% or worse ROI
If you still do not understand the stats terms such as ROI, IV, and A/E you may want to read our useful Guide to Horse Racing Stats
The stats on this page can be shown in basic or advanced mode. Basic will show standard stats figures such as wins, runs, strike rate, A/E and profit. Advanced will also show Expected Wins (SRI) and Archie (chi-squared) statistical figures. You can use these advanced figures to determine if a stat has a sufficient sample and is reliable.
Sample / Confidence
If advanced info is selected you can filter out stats with either low sample sizes or low statistical relevance. Ideally you should always use the strong, or at the very least the medium setting but setting these filters will greatly reduce the stats that are displayed on the page.
- Off - Do not filter. Show all stats regardless of sample size or Archie score
- Medium - Show stats that have an Expected Wins (SRI) figure of 5+ and an Archie score of 3+
- Strong - Show stats that have an Expected Wins (SRI) figure of 10+ and an Archie score of 5+
- Custom - Set your own custom filter settings
Once you have chosen a setting you can save it for that page by clicking on the Save Settings button.
Read more about Sample Size and Confidence Figures
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Flat Racing Friday6 Meetings, 37 Races, 380 Horses
Ffos Las (Good)
1:45 2:20 2:55 3:30
5:10 5:40 6:15 6:45 7:20 7:50
Hamilton (Good to Soft)
5:30 6:05 6:35 7:05 7:40 8:10
Newcastle (Good to Firm)
4:50 5:25 5:55 6:25 6:55 7:30 8:00
1:35 2:10 2:45 3:20 3:55 4:30 5:05 5:35
1:55 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:20 4:55
Subscribers can click on the above races to view racecards and ratings.
Non Runners2 Non Runners (0.5%)
3:05 Top Notch Tonto
Updated: 08:13 22-Aug-14