Hamilton Racecourse 2nd Top Prize Money 5K - 10K
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.
Its always nice to find that nugget of information which leads to a nice winning run and in this case here at Hamilton the winning run over the last twelve months has produced a 480 pounds pound profit for a ten pound stake and who is to say it will not continue, so what do we need to know, well read on.
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 Hamilton are flat racing action.
When looking through the races at any Hamilton race meeting we have to try and find one which is a prize5kto10k 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.
With the Jadwiz form guide as always it is usually a good idea to concentrate on the top rated runners in the race and here again that is what we will be doing and this time around the results for the last twelve months show that we should be using the Number2 rated horses that are contesting this event.
Right so we have read about the results for Hamilton and now it is time to reveal that the strike rate over the last twelve months has been 22% and this was made up from 12 wins out of 54 runners which produced a good profit of 480 pounds pounds for a ten pound stake, as for the ROI that came in at around the 89%.
Published July 2019
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