With National Hunt taking centre stage at Kempton Park on Monday, all-weather action is put on hold until 5th May.
But to whet the appetite for the return of the polytrack, we take a look at the current kings and queens of the Surrey track in the flat code during the 2020/21 season.
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Sports Personality of the Year third Hollie Doyle is currently the winning-most jockey at Kempton Park so far this campaign, with 17 successes from 80 rides.
That gives here a strike-rate of 21%, only bettered by Daniel Muscutt with 22% – holding a record of nine victories from a possible 41.
Richard Kingscote currently sits in second with 11 wins in the plate, following by David Probert and Benoit de la Sayette with 9 and 7, respectively.
- Hollie Doyle (17-80)
- Richard Kingscote (11-77)
- Daniel Muscutt (9-41)
- David Probert (9-80)
- Benoit de la Sayette (7-12)
Mark Johnston has seven victories from his 22 runners at Kempton this season, but John & Thady Gosden hold a super 43% win-rate in Sunbury-on-Thames.
Like the latter, Richard Hannon has enjoyed six successes from 26 outings, followed by Tom Ward with 5 from 17.
Andrew Balding holds the same record, but with two more runners.
- Mark Johnston (7-22)
- John Gosden (6-14)
- Richard Hannon (6-26)
- Tom Ward (5-17)
- Andrew Balding (5-19)
Phil McEntee’s Nortonthorpe Boy is currently the most victorious runner at Kempton for the season, landing three of his four efforts here.
But Highland Avenue, Hint Of Stars, Twilight Madness and Aria Rose are all 2-2 around the all-weather surface, holding undefeated records.
The first-mentioned has since gone onto score a Listed contest at Newmarket during its Craven Meeting last week.
- Nortonthorpe Boy (3-4)
- Highland Avenue (2-2
- Hint Of Stars (2-2)
- Twilight Madness (2-2)
- Aria Rose (2-2)
Statistics courtesy of the Racing Post.