Redcar Racecourse 3rd Top Going Good To Soft
Redcar racecourse does not stage any type of jump racing so we are concentrating on the flat with this course and the track is a left-handed and flat galloping oval course of one mile six furlong with a straight five furlong run in and there is also a one mile straight course.
It may not always be possible to win at Redcar 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 32% and a profit of around 270 pounds pounds for a ten pound stake.
One of the first things I think we should be checking after finding a meeting at Redcar 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.
Sometimes we need to look a little bit deeper if we are to find a winning angle at a racecourse and here at Redcar 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 goinggoodtosoft type races and if the last twelve months is anything to go by then things will be good.
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 Number3 rated horses that are contesting this event.
Over the last twelve months these Jadwiz form ratings results show a very nice profit of 270 pounds pounds just for a ten pound stake and with a nice strike rate of 32% and ROI displaying 124% this could very well be something you can make use of when using the Jadwiz form guide.
Published July 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