Fontwell Racecourse 3rd Top Going Good To Soft
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.
The top rated generally have it and here at Fontwell that has certainly been the case over the last twelve months or so with a very good strike rate of 24% producing a profit of 880 pounds pound for just a ten pound stake which means a ROI of around the 352%.
As we know there is two types of racing which takes place and these are flat and jump racing so we will need to make sure that we are looking at the correct one when searching for these runners which are described on this page and the event type which we are using here at Fontwell are jump racing action.
When betting on horse racing we are always looking for an edge and here at Fontwell racecourse there have been good results for users of the Jadwiz form guide but we first have to find the correct race type which we can use in conjunction with our ratings and the type we are after is a goinggoodtosoft type of racing event, should be a few of these during the racing season.
If you have read other results about our ratings you will know that concentrating on the top area of form guide is usually a good idea and here we are doing the same and using the Number3 rated runners when looking for an angle which has made a decent profit over the last twelve months with the Jadwiz form guide.
Finally its time to let you know that over the last twelve months the stake rate has been very good at 24% which came from 6 wins from 25 runs which gave a profit of 880 pounds for a ten pound stake which is a ROI of around 352%, so should be something of interest while using the Jadwiz form guide.
Published June 2019
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