Newmarket Racecourse 3rd Top Distance 5F - 6F
Newmarket racecourse as everyone knows is flat racing headquarters and there is only one code of racing here but there are two courses here and both are straight with one right hand turn at either a mile or one mile two with the July course there is steep incline at finish.
So we are looking to find a way to profit from our betting at Newmarket which is a nice course and this can be done because over the last twelve months users of the Jadwiz ratings have been able to amass a profit of 1000 pounds pounds using this method for just a ten pound stake.
Right so we know a little about Newmarket racecourse and we now need to know the code of racing which this page refers to and in this particular case we are only interested in runner who are contesting flat racing events, any other and we would move onto the next race.
Sometimes we need to look a little bit deeper if we are to find a winning angle at a racecourse and here at Newmarket is one of those cases and to make things work and hopefully get us the advantage that we are looking for we will only be using distance5fto6f type races and if the last twelve months is anything to go by then things will be good.
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.
You now know this course has had some very good results as far as the Jadwiz form ratings are concerned and how to find these runners can be seen below but for now I will just let you know the profit was around the 1000 pounds pound mark for a ten pound stake, this was made from 14 winners out of 59 runners which created a ROI of 169%.
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