York Racecourse 2nd Top Class 1
Alphabetically York racecourse is last on this list of UK courses and there is only flat racing here and looking at the track we see a left-handed flat galloping track with a five furlong run-in and there is a chute which joins the main course for seven furlong events held here.
It may not always be possible to win at York racecourse but members have had a good run for their money over the last twelve months, why do I say that well our ratings are currently enjoying a 25% and a profit of around 180 pounds pounds for a ten pound stake.
Now we have read a bit about York 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 flat racing.
When betting on horse racing we are always looking for an edge and here at York 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 classone type of racing event, should be a few of these during the racing season.
There are advantages when runners are Number2 rated in the Jadwiz form guide here at York 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 Number2 rated in the form guide are the ones to pay attention to.
Right so we have read about the results for York and now it is time to reveal that the strike rate over the last twelve months has been 25% and this was made up from 7 wins out of 28 runners which produced a good profit of 180 pounds pounds for a ten pound stake, as for the ROI that came in at around the 64%.
Published August 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