Fontwell Racecourse 3rd Top Distance 17F - 18F
Fontwell racecourse is another of the courses in the UK which only holds jump race meetings and looking at the track we see it?s a the hurdles course a left-handed oval of around a mile while the chase course is a figure of eight and can catch out inexperienced chasers here.
There are around sixty courses in the UK and here at Fontwell winning has been made more easy by using our ratings, ok there are a few simply rules to follow but with a profit of around 310 pounds pound for just a ten pound stake I think it could very well be worth following for a bit longer.
Now we have read a bit about Fontwell racecourse its time to move on and see what else that is required and the first thing to check should be whether the race is flat or jump as there is no point checking everything else and then finding out it?s the wrong code of racing and here it should be jump racing.
When looking through the races at any Fontwell race meeting we have to try and find one which is a distance17fto18f type of event and there will be a few knocking about and it is these which over the last twelve months which have produced the profit that we are looking for when betting on horse racing.
There are advantages when runners are Number3 rated in the Jadwiz form guide here at Fontwell and these are the only ones which we are using in this instance and I will move onto the profit along with the rest of the stats but for now all you need to know is Number3 rated in the form guide are the ones to pay attention to.
Here at Fontwell we have just read about how the Jadwiz form ratings have made a 310 pounds pound profit for a ten pound stake over the last twelve months and the strike rate was good at 22% so everything looks rather well, add in the ROI at 62% and we see at least a very good starting point which you could use as a member.
Published June 2019
Form the members area select 'Top Rated'
Select the correct ratings as stated on this page, Top Rated, 2nd Top Rated, 3rd Top Rated
Check todays race type is the same as stated on this page