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UK RACECOURSES DRAW ADVANTAGE


Not all UK racecourses have a draw advantage, but some do. And knowing which ones, and in which types of race, can greatly
improve your chances of making your horse racing betting more profitable.


ASCOT: In large fields over the straight course the draw appears to favour those stalled near either rail.

AYR: In large fields over the straight course low numbers are favoured.

BATH: Low numbers are favoured in races up to a mile.

BEVERLEY: High numbers have an advantage in races up to one mile. Low on soft ground.

BRIGHTON: In sprint races low numbers tend to have an advantage.

CARLISLE: High numbers have an advantage in races up to a mile.

CATTERICK: Low numbers have an advantage in races up to seven furlongs.

CHELMSFORD: No draw advantage.

CHEPSTOW: High numbers have an advantage when the stalls are on the stands side, especially on soft ground.

CHESTER: A low draw and a fast start give a distinct advantage in sprints.

DONCASTER: High numbers have an advantage on the straight course. And low numbers are favoured on the round course

EPSOM: High numbers best over 5f and 6f, low numbers best from 7f to 1m 2f.

FFOS LAS: No draw advantage.

GOODWOOD: Low numbers best in sprints, though a fast start is equally important.

HAMILTON: Middle to high numbers best in sprints, especially on soft ground.

HAYDOCK: In 5f and 6f races on soft ground high numbers have an advantage.

KEMPTON: Low numbers best in races 5f to 7f.

LEICESTER: High numbers best on the straight course.

LINGFIELD - All Weather: No significant advantage.
LINGFIELD - Turf: Significant advantage to those drawn high in races between 5f to 7f .

MUSSELBURGH: In races up to a mile high numbers are usually at an advantage.

NEWBURY: High numbers best in large fields, especially in very soft ground.

NEWCASTLE: Low numbers best on the straight course in soft or heavy ground.

NEWMARKET - July Course: No significant advantage.
NEWMARKET - Rowley Mile: Any advantage in the draw is dependent on the position of the stalls.

NOTTINGHAM: The advantage of the draw is dependent on the position of the stalls.

PONTEFRACT: Low numbers best in sprints.

REDCAR: Middle to high numbers have a decided advantage on the straight course.

RIPON: Low number draw favoured on the sprint course except when the going is soft or heavy.

ROYAL ASCOT: No draw advantage.

SALISBURY: Low numbers at an advantage in sprints when the going is soft.

SANDOWN: High numbers best in sprints, especially in large fields on soft going.

SOUTHWELL: 5f None, 6f Low best.

THIRSK: High numbers best on the straight course, low numbers best at 7f & 1m.

WINDSOR: High numbers hold a slight advantage in sprints.

WOLVERHAMPTON: No draw advantage .

YARMOUTH: High numbers best on the straight course, especially in large fields.

YORK: Low to middle numbers best on the straight track, especially when soft going prevails.


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