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Lingfield betting tips page with top predictions from the OLBG tipsters. For today's racing tips from all courses please head to the main page for horse racing tips.

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Today 12:25

Zonisty

12:25 Lingfield

Today 12:25

1.67

9 of 12 Win Tips

75%  

1 comment

1.67

9 / 12 Tips

75%

1 comment

Today 12:55

Bonttay

1 expert

12:55 Lingfield

Today 12:55

1.83

12 of 17 Win Tips

71%  

5 comments

1.83

12 / 17 Tips

71%

5 comments

Today 13:25

Instant De Bonheur

1 expert

1:25 Lingfield

Today 13:25

4.33

4 of 8 Win Tips

50%  

1 comment

4.33

4 / 8 Tips

50%

1 comment

Today 13:55

Pepe Le Moko

2 experts

1:55 Lingfield

Today 13:55

3.75

4 of 15 Win Tips

27%  

2 comments

3.75

4 / 15 Tips

27%

2 comments

Today 14:25

Achille

1 expert

2:25 Lingfield

Today 14:25

2.75

4 of 11 Win Tips

36%  

1 comment

2.75

4 / 11 Tips

36%

1 comment

Today 14:55

Give Me A Cuddle

2:55 Lingfield

Today 14:55

4.50

6 of 11 Win Tips

55%  

1 comment

4.50

6 / 11 Tips

55%

1 comment

Today 15:25

Waikiki Waves

3:25 Lingfield

Today 15:25

5.50

3 of 10 Win Tips

30%  

5.50

3 / 10 Tips

30%

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Lingfield Racecourse Guide

Lingfield is the only UK course to hold Flat racing on both Turf and the All-Weather (Polytrack) as well as National Hunt racing on Turf. 

Although the course is in Surrey, it is close to the borders of Kent, West Sussex, and East Sussex. Easily accessible from many main routes (M25, M23, A22) it is not far north of East Grinstead and virtually due west of Royal Tunbridge Wells. 

It is kept busy throughout the year, and because of the climate is often called upon to arrange fixtures at short notice when other tracks are unfit for racing.

The racecourse opened in 1890 initially as an NH track but commenced flat racing 4 years later. The original Equitrack surface, opened in 1989, was the first AW surface in the UK. This was replaced by the current Polytrack in 2001 and relaid in 2012.

Highlights: Although still holding meaningful classic trials in May on the turf with similarities between Lingfield and Epsom making Derby and Oaks trials more meaningful than may otherwise be the case, the highlight of the season is now the All-Weather Championships on Good Friday.

Top-class horses from a series of qualifying races through the winter meet in 6 races covering different categories. Qualification is by either running a minimum of 3 times during the season on AW or winning one of the 4 ‘fast track’ qualifying races in a specific category.

The AW Championships have been held here since the 2013-14 season. It is the most valuable day’s racing held on any AW surface in Europe but caused some controversy by designating Good Friday as the date.

Once Sunday racing had been accepted, Good Friday was traditionally the only day away from the Christmas period that did not have any racing.

The Group 3 Winter Derby also takes place on the Polytrack here in February in addition to the Listed Quebec Stakes which takes place in December.

TV Channel: Sky Sports Racing

Check our Best Bookmakers For Live Streaming Guide to see where you can watch the live-action after placing your Lingfield bets.

Why not check out today's Lingfield selections and best bets on the Best Horse Racing Tipsters page?

* All statistics below are based on the previous five years at Lingfield

Lingfield Outright Favourite Statistics

  • Flat Handicaps: 68-228 (30%) -33.42
  • Flat Non-Handicaps: 58-108 (54%) +12.38
  • AW Handicaps: 406-1332 (30%) -125.96
  • AW Non-Handicaps: 238-517 (46%) -20.16
  • Handicap Chases: 25-69 (36%) +6.60
  • Handicap Hurdles: 15-50 (30%) -3.22
  • Non-Handicap Chases: 3-7 (43%) -1.30
  • Non-Handicap Hurdles: 23-45 (51%) -0.57
  • Lingfield Racecourse Map

    Course: Left-Handed, the flat turf course is level for most of the circuit but has a slight climb that leads into a downhill turn to the home straight. 

    The 'All-Weather' Polytrack is inside the turf track so is triangular generally in shape and mainly flat apart from a slight downhill run before the final turn into the home straight.

    The NH course has a more level feel to it but does have some undulations.

    Lingfield Racecourse Address: Racecourse Rd, Lingfield RH7 6PQ

    Lingfield Racecourse Telephone: 01342 834800

    To buy tickets for a race day at Lingfield, head over to their official ticket booking webpage.

    Lingfield Flat Racecourse Map
    Lingfield Flat Racecourse Map
    Lingfield National Hunt Racecourse Map
    Lingfield National Hunt Racecourse Map
  • How To Use The Lingfield Tips

    On this page, you will find free Lingfield betting tips from OLBG's army of horse racing tipsters. The most popular Lingfield selections are listed along with the race time and current odds.

    A confidence percentage reflects the number of tips received against the total number placed on each race. The 1 to 5-star value rating indicates a potential value bet when considering the confidence figure and betting odds.

    To place a bet on the Lingfield tips just click on the 'Add' to betslip option next to the tips and the selections will be saved on your betslip. Check the odds comparison table to see which bookie is offering the best odds.

    Select your preferred bookie and then you will be directed to their site with betslip selections already complete for you to just add your stake.

    Lingfield Pointers:

    National Hunt: Other than when the ground gets very soft, which it regularly does, the fences are comparatively easy. The soft ground on the back straight places much more emphasis on jumping and stamina (paramount on soft or heavy). It is generally not as undulating as the Flat courses but both NH courses are sharper than the Flat course. At about 13f, the chase course is longer than the hurdles course.

    Flat (Turf): The Turf course has similarities with Epsom, having a slight climb to the crest of a hill before a downhill stretch that includes the turn for home. It is essential to keep a horse balanced at this stage. On the straight course, it is probably an advantage to be on the stands side unless a gap on the far rail would see a smooth run-through, and for this reason, prominent runners may also have an advantage.

    Flat (All-Weather): The AW track lies inside the turf track and is particularly sharp in places. A low draw is a huge advantage in races over 5f, 6f, and 10f where runners encounter a bend very soon after the start. Due to the sharp track, races rarely run at a fast pace, so stamina is not normally a concern. Horses getting an easy lead and pushing for home from the final turn can be difficult to catch, front runners that have been flat out for some time do tend to get caught in the Lingfield straight on the Polytrack, despite the fairly short run in.

    Check the OLBG daily horse racing tips page for all the latest tips and helpful analysis on today's races from OLBG's horse racing tipsters.

    Lingfield Draw Bias (AW)

    If you want the most profitable stall at Lingfield then you need to look at races over 5f and focus on stall 9 as this has produced an LSP of +13.33 over the last five years. The stall with the worst loss at Lingfield in the win market when breaking it down to race trips is stall 6 over a trip of 7f, backing all runners in this stall over that trip over the past five years would have returned a loss of -174.99.

    Here we have the draw bias for Lingfield taken into consideration races with ten or more runners, we will break down the figures by race distance, draws can be much more important over the shorter trips in which runners do not have time to find their position during the race meaning the draw is probably more important than the races over longer distances.

    • Sprints (5f to 7½f)
    • Mile (1m to 1m1½f)
    • Middle Distance (1m2f to 1m5½f)
    • Long Distance (1m6f or further)

    The following table shows a breakdown over a group of trips and shows how each position of the draw does, for example in a twelve runner race would be Low (Stalls 1-4), Mid (Stalls 5-8) and High (Stalls 9-12), the positions will always be lowest stall number to highest.

    Who are the best trainers & jockeys to bet on the all-weather at Lingfield?

    Who are the best all-weather jockeys and trainers to bet on at Lingfield?

    Focusing only on trainers who show a profit when backing all of their runners, top of the pile at Lingfield for the number of winners is M Johnston who has produced a total of seventy-three winners in return for an LSP of +10.21. With an eachway LSP of +46.98 at Lingfield, Simon Pearce leads the trainers in profit for backing eachway which has been helped by their twelve placings which include a total of seven winners. A total of twelve winners from two hundred forty-six runners at Lingfield has J J Bridger at the wrong end of the trainers' list with their 5% strike rate and worst LSP of -136.25.

    When looking at profitable jockeys only, then it is David Probert who leads the way with a total of seventy-three winners producing an LSP of +25.44 whilst Adam Kirby leads the overall list with ninety-nine winners but shows a loss overall. If you are looking for a jockey to follow in the eachway market then it is George Bass who leads the way at Lingfield, they have had a total of sixteen placings which includes seven winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +20.23. With an LSP of -180.14 at Lingfield, Luke Morris heads the list for worst jockeys at this course, which is a result of ninety-two winners from eight hundred fifty-six rides which is a strike rate of 11%.

    Lingfield Picks & Hints

    Here are some factors at Lingfield for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:

    • 9-17 (53%) +31.42 - Backing Tom Dascombe runners when horses are aged 5yo
    • 7-12 (58%) +25.52 - Backing Sir Mark Prescott runners when horses are aged 4yo
    • 6-12 (50%) +22.13 - Backing M Johnston runners when horses are aged 5yo
    • 5-11 (45%) +18.88 - Backing William Buick rides when in a Maiden race
    • 12-28 (43%) +18.95 - Backing Ryan Moore rides when on horses aged 4yo

    Lingfield Top Jockey and Trainer Combinations

    Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Lingfield based on the number of winners:

    • 32 Wins: M Johnston & Joe Fanning
    • 31 Wins: J H M Gosden & Robert Havlin
    • 27 Wins: Archie Watson & Hollie Doyle
    • 18 Wins: Richard Hannon (Jnr) & S M Levey
    • 17 Wins: Richard Hannon (Jnr) & Tom Marquand

    Lingfield Top Trainers By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Trainer R-W-P Win EW
    M Johnston 357-73-139 +10.21 -18.63
    Roger Varian 114-32-62 +14.91 +2.22
    D K Ivory 183-19-42 +7.33 -16.11
    Sir Michael Stoute 69-19-37 +5.94 -0.13
    George Baker 134-18-46 +35.11 +27.63
    D R C Elsworth 101-15-33 +0.98 -12.11
    Richard Spencer 95-14-28 +11.80 -2.59
    N P Littmoden 55-14-24 +5.73 +4.64
    H J L Dunlop 103-12-27 +18.04 -5.27
    Ali Stronge 89-11-22 +17.03 -5.27

    Lingfield Top Jockeys By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Jockey R-W-P Win EW
    David Probert 566-73-169 +25.44 -21.25
    Tom Marquand 475-73-167 +51.72 -16.74
    Joe Fanning 223-44-83 +6.15 -14.44
    Darragh Keenan 210-27-53 +5.75 -24.53
    Andrea Atzeni 88-25-43 +18.26 +5.51
    William Carson 258-24-63 +3.38 -27.46
    Dougie Costello 169-18-41 +20.39 -19.39
    L Dettori 29-15-21 +14.69 +7.20
    Pat Cosgrave 88-13-36 +25.60 +16.15
    Marco Ghiani 57-10-22 +18.11 +13.25

    Lingfield Draw Bias (Flat)

    With an LSP of +33.74, the most successful stall at Lingfield is stall 3 when backing runners over a trip of 5f over the last five years. The stall with the worst loss at Lingfield in the win market when breaking it down to race trips is stall 6 over a trip of 7f, backing all runners in this stall over that trip over the past five years would have returned a loss of -50.00.

    Here we have the draw bias for Lingfield taken into consideration races with ten or more runners, we will break down the figures by race distance, draws can be much more important over the shorter trips in which runners do not have time to find their position during the race meaning the draw is probably more important than the races over longer distances.

    • Sprints (5f to 7½f)
    • Middle Distance (1m2f to 1m5½f)

    The following table shows a breakdown over a group of trips and shows how each position of the draw does, for example in a twelve-runner race would be Low (Stalls 1-4), Mid (Stalls 5-8) and High (Stalls 9-12), the positions will always be lowest stall number to highest.

    Who are the best trainers & jockeys to bet on the flat turf at Lingfield?

    Who are the best flat jockeys and trainers to bet on at Lingfield?

    Backing all of the Richard Hannon (Jnr) runners would have produced backing the most winners for a trainer here at Lingfield with seventeen but you would have returned a loss by doing so, G L Moore leads the way for profitable trainers with an LSP of +0.21 from their ten winners. If you are looking for a trainer to follow in the eachway market then it is Paul George who leads the way at Lingfield, they have had a total of seven placings which includes three winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +33.13. A total of one winner from thirty-seven runners at Lingfield has J R Jenkins at the wrong end of the trainers' list with their 3% strike rate and worst LSP of -30.00.

    Following K T O'Neill would have returned a profit here at Lingfield with an LSP of +10.21 and their twelve winners have them at the head of the profitable jockeys' list. Oisin Murphy does lead the jockeys' list overall with twenty-four winners but shows an overall loss. With an eachway LSP of +35.80 at Lingfield, Callum Shepherd leads the jockeys in profit for backing eachway which has been helped by their eight placings which include a total of three winners. With an LSP of -41.00 at Lingfield, Cieren Fallon heads the list for worst jockeys at this course, which is a result of zero winners from forty-one rides which is a strike rate of 0%.

    Lingfield Picks & Hints

    Here are some factors at Lingfield for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:

    • 5-11 (45%) +16.33 - Backing M L W Bell runners when in a Handicap race

    Lingfield Top Jockey and Trainer Combinations

    Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Lingfield based on the number of winners:

    • 7 Wins: J J Bridger & K T O'Neill
    • 6 Wins: Richard Hannon (Jnr) & S M Levey
    • 5 Wins: G L Moore & Rhys Clutterbuck

    Lingfield Top Trainers By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Trainer R-W-P Win EW
    G L Moore 83-10-19 +0.21 -16.71
    Archie Watson 49-10-23 +21.60 +13.43
    A M Balding 46-10-17 +3.14 -5.56
    J J Bridger 102-9-28 +31.71 +31.70
    J R Boyle 56-8-15 +11.88 -1.34
    Rae Guest 25-8-12 +42.00 +24.07
    Roger Varian 23-8-15 +17.14 +11.25
    M L W Bell 21-5-7 +6.33 +0.21
    D O'Meara 15-5-12 +3.87 +0.41
    Eve Johnson Houghton 33-4-10 +0.25 -4.76

    Lingfield Top Jockeys By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Jockey R-W-P Win EW
    K T O'Neill 95-12-31 +10.21 +10.84
    Hector Crouch 77-10-18 +3.48 -13.96
    Shane Kelly 62-9-19 +29.74 +27.64
    David Egan 42-8-23 +11.21 +10.22
    Dane O'Neill 19-8-12 +8.81 +5.80
    Charles Bishop 43-6-15 +11.50 +5.25
    Thore Hansen 39-6-13 +12.50 +13.59
    Trevor Whelan 27-6-8 +30.88 +27.48
    Rhys Clutterbuck 24-6-12 +23.21 +15.77
    Louis Steward 23-6-9 +1.83 -3.45

    Who are the best trainers & jockeys to bet on over jumps at Lingfield?

    Who are the best national hunt jockeys and trainers to bet on at Lingfield?

    Whilst G L Moore is the most successful trainer at Lingfield with a total of twenty-seven winners, if you backed all of their runners you would be showing a loss. J W Mullins is the most successful trainer at Lingfield for those who show a profit if backing all their runner's thanks to a total of eight winners and an LSP of +74.88. If you are looking for a trainer to follow in the eachway market then it is J W Mullins who leads the way at Lingfield, they have had a total of twenty placings which includes eight winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +42.47. N A Twiston-Davies does not have a great record at Lingfield, their LSP of -31.50 has them stone dead bottom of the trainers' list, which has come from five winners from fifty-one runners which is a 10% strike rate.

    Backing all of the Jamie Moore rides would have produced backing the most winners for a jockey here at Lingfield with fifteen but you would have returned a loss by doing so, A Coleman leads the way for profitable jockey with an LSP of +17.22 from their eleven winners. If you are more of an eachway player then you may want to know which jockey is best to follow at Lingfield and that would be Kevin Jones who shows the best eachway LSP which is +45.84 thanks to their eleven placings (four winners). A total of zero winners from fifty rides at Lingfield has J A Best at the wrong end of the jockeys' list with their 0% strike rate and worst LSP of -50.00.

    Lingfield Picks & Hints

    Here are some factors at Lingfield for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:

    • 5-6 (83%) +58.25 - Backing S W Drinkwater runners when over a trip of 2m
    • 5-8 (63%) +22.81 - Backing Jamie Moore rides when over a trip of 2m7½f
    • 6-13 (46%) +21.56 - Backing G L Moore runners when over a trip of 2m7½f
    • 5-7 (71%) +19.63 - Backing Miss Z C Davison runners when horses are aged 10yo
    • 6-13 (46%) +16.67 - Backing Nico Boinville rides when in an NH Flat race

    Lingfield Top Jockey and Trainer Combinations

    Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Lingfield based on the number of winners:

    • 15 Wins: G L Moore & Jamie Moore
    • 11 Wins: G L Moore & Joshua Moore
    • 6 Wins: Miss Venetia Williams & Charlie Deutsch
    • 5 Wins: C Gordon & Tom J Cannon
    • 5 Wins: Daniel Skelton & Harry Skelton

    Lingfield Top Trainers By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Trainer R-W-P Win EW
    J W Mullins 59-8-20 +74.88 +42.47
    Olly Murphy 31-6-13 +1.70 -7.51
    Mrs L Wadham 28-6-12 +27.69 +12.24
    S W Drinkwater 12-6-8 +56.25 +34.68
    R Rowe 35-4-11 +18.00 +23.12
    Miss A M Newton-Smith 26-4-8 +4.00 -2.65
    Miss E C Lavelle 22-4-7 +5.00 +1.20
    Ian Williams 13-4-9 +28.26 +18.18
    P F Nicholls 13-4-6 +3.96 +0.05
    T Lacey 8-4-4 +13.08 +6.66

    Lingfield Top Jockeys By Most Winners and a Level Stakes Profit

    Jockey R-W-P Win EW
    A Coleman 39-11-20 +17.22 +2.85
    Tom J Cannon 79-10-27 +7.36 +12.20
    Nico Boinville 20-7-12 +60.67 +34.60
    Harry Skelton 22-5-9 +4.88 -1.98
    Kevin Jones 29-4-11 +65.50 +45.84
    Alan Johns 21-4-6 +4.88 -1.09
    Adam Wedge 25-3-5 +6.57 +0.61
    Harry Cobden 23-3-8 +8.75 +9.17
    R T Dunne 10-3-3 +5.50 +1.73
    Kevin Brogan 5-3-3 +17.38 +9.63

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