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Newton Abbot tips page with all the Newton Abbot Racecourse facts to assist you with your tipping and Newton Abbot betting. If you want to be on the right side of your wagers check out all the stats and facts below. There will be informative horse racing tips from OLBG members with plenty of helpful advice that will assist all punters, whether you are a novice or an expert. 

  • Newton Abbot Racecourse Guide

    Newton Abbot in Devon holds around 18 meetings a year from March through to October.

    It’s a left handed tight course of just over a mile long. Hurdle races are run at a true gallop, there doesn't seem to be any hanging about (As Thommo would say), with horses looking to race prominently and take further advantage around the tight turns.

    The fences are reported by jocks to need jumping and looking at replays you can see what they mean. There is a very short run in from the last fence, if you jump clear at the last you generally win.

    Newton Abbot Highlights: The Lord Mildmay Memorial Handicap Chase is Newton Abbots most prestigious race of the year. Run in August over 2 miles 5furlongs, its worth around £25K to the winner. Hobbs, Pipe and Bowen seem to target the prize, Paul Nicholls has tried but yet to win it.

    The three big Newton Abbot racedays are Easter Saturday, Ladies Day in June and Family Summer Day in July.

    TV Channel: At The Races

    Bookmaker Streaming Services Available From: Bet 365, Betfair.  

  • Newton Abbot Racecourse Map

    Newton Abbot National Hunt Racecourse Map
    Newton Abbot National Hunt Racecourse Map
  • Tips From Newton Abbot Racecourse

    You can get a lot of 7 runner fields or less, trainers being put off by taking on the big West Country stables and the sheer distance to get to Newton Abbot. The best horse does stand out in many cases and they tend to be ridden with plenty of confidence and towards the front.

    The betting market tends to be pretty accurate with a recent 2018 meeting having 6 winning favourites from 7, Newton Abbot is a track that doesn’t get that many big priced winners. 

    Here are the Outright favourite stats over the past 5 seasons at Newton Abbot for hurdles and chases in handicaps and non handicaps -

    Newton Abbot Favourites (Past 5 seasons):

    Hurdles:  Non Handicaps    46%   Handicaps     31%   

    Chase:     Non Handicaps    52%   Handicaps     31%  

    There maybe a strong consensus for a Newton Abbot favourite today from the best performing horse racing tipsters on OLBG, check the best horse racing tipsters tips here.

    Check the number of Newton Abbot tips made for each horse, also expressed in % terms and the number of tips made with comments for each one. Our star rating is extremely useful in that it combines the popularity (i.e. how many tips made) and the latest Newton Abbot betting odds.

  • Newton Abbot Trainer and Jockey Statistics

    Who are the best jockeys and trainers to bet on at Newton Abbot ?

    Jockeys that have travelled for one ride, and jockeys who are in the top three by strike rate should be considered, especially on days where there are other meetings, the top jocks can only be in one place at a time. Alan Johns is one particular example where a healthy strike and a level stakes profit is shown over the past 5 seasons, the majority of his winners are provided by Welsh based trainer Tim Vaughan.

    The West Country giants of Paul Nicholls and Philip Hobbs are well clear in the winners table, with Paul Nicholls having a near 30% strike rate but Philip Hobbs showing a positive level stakes profit.

    Newton Abbot Top Trainers By Number Winners and a Level Stakes Profit (Past 5 seasons):

    • Philip Hobbs
    • Tim Vaughan
    • Jeremy Scott
    • Nicky Henderson
    • Alan King

    Newton Abbot 'Each Way' Trainers To Note :

    • Phillip Hobbs
    • Colin Tizzard
    • Martin Hill
    • Jeremy Scott
    • Neil Mulholland

    Newton Abbot Top Jockey and Trainer Combinations (LSP):

    It will be interesting to see which jockeys Paul Nicholls uses regularly now that Sam Twiston-Davies is not his stable jockey, they as a partnership had done well numerically at Newton Abbot. Richard Johnson who on certain days will be at other tracks for Philip Hobbs has a good replacement in the ever reliable Tom O’Brien.

    • Nick Scholfield & Jeremy Scott
    • Tom Scudamore & David Bridgwater
    • Alan Johns & Tim Vaughan
    • Tom O’Brien & Philip Hobbs
    • Bryony Frost & Paul Nicholls