Hamilton Racecourse 2nd Top Going GoodToFirm
Hamilton racecourse is one of five courses to be found in Scotland and stages only flat racing and if we look at this track it would be described as a loop shaped mainly right-handed course sharp and undulating circuit of 1m5f with a stiff uphill finish - also a straight 6 furlong course.
This looks a nice idea which members can use and involves racing at Hamilton which if this is your local course then all the better as over the last year the profit from our ratings has been around the 190 pounds pound for a ten pound stake and is backed up with a good strike rate of 22%.
One of the first things I think we should be checking after finding a meeting at Hamilton is whether the event is over the jumps or set to be run on the flat because here the Jadwiz ratings results show that it will need to be flat racing, why? Because that is code of racing which these results display give us the best chance of getting the required outcome.
We have just read the introduction to this course but we still have work to do because here at Hamilton racecourse the results show that we need to use a specific type of race and the type that is required is goinggoodtofirm and once we have one these events we can move on once again.
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 Number2 rated runners when looking for an angle which has made a decent profit over the last twelve months with the Jadwiz form guide.
Over the last twelve months these Jadwiz form ratings results show a very nice profit of 190 pounds pounds just for a ten pound stake and with a nice strike rate of 22% and ROI displaying 37% this could very well be something you can make use of when using the Jadwiz form guide.
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