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The track is situated in Colwick Park and is often referred to by that name, racing has been staged at this venue since 1900.
Nottingham since dispensing with National Hunt racing in 1996 has suffered, it lacks quality and identity and is surrounded by racetracks who seem to be working harder to attract publicity
Southwell and Leicester are only 20 minutes away and hold the same standard of racing, Doncaster is an hour away and if racegoers wanted a special “day at the races” they are far more likely to travel the hour to Doncaster.
Nottingham, it seems needs some love and attention from its owners, the Jockey Club.
Type Of Racing: Flat only
TV Channel: Racing TV
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The course holds over 20 race meetings a year with the highlights being:
* All statistics below are based on the previous five seasons at Nottingham
Flat: Left-handed, mainly flat with a fairly tight turn into the home straight. Generally suits galloping types with plenty of stamina reserves.
Nottingham Racecourse Address: Colwick Park, Nottingham NG2 4BE
Nottingham Racecourse Telephone: 0115 958 0620
To buy tickets for a race day at Nottingham, head over to their official ticket booking webpage.
If tipsters watch the races at the course you can see that the left-hand bends are sharp and tight, away from the turns it suits long-striding galloping types, especially the home straight which seems to go on forever. Horses can go off too quickly without realising that energy needs to be conserved at Nottingham.
It seems high numbers are favoured over 5 and 6 furlongs, low numbers do seem inconvenienced somewhat, horse racing tipsters will need to monitor as this seems a new and recent bias. Over 7 furlongs it helps to be a true miler, over 1 mile 2 it helps if you can get a mile and a half.
Be wary of betting on photo finishes particularly in the sprints as the winning line is angled and camera shots may be deceptive.
Backing stall 4 at Nottingham over a trip of 6f is the most profitable stall and trip combination at Nottingham returning an LSP of +76.96 over the last five years. Backing stall 4 at Nottingham over a trip of 1m½f is the most unsuccessful stall and trip combination at Nottingham returning an LSP of -94.57 over the last five years.
Here we have the draw bias for Nottingham 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.
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.
Not only is M Appleby is the most successful trainer at Nottingham in terms of the number of winners but they have also returned a profit if back all of their runners, M Appleby has notched up a total of forty-two winners for an LSP of +85.24. If you are more of an eachway player then you may want to know which trainer is best to follow at Nottingham and that would be M Appleby who shows the best eachway LSP which is +46.26 thanks to their eighty-three placings (forty-two winners). At the other end of the spectrum is T D Easterby who has a terrible record at Nottingham, of all the trainers their LSP of -71.96 is the worse, they have an 8% strike rate with eleven winners from one hundred thirty-seven runners.
Focusing only on jockeys who show a profit when backing all of their rides, top of the pile at Nottingham for the number of winners is Jim Crowley who has produced a total of twenty-nine winners in return of an LSP of +62.76. If you are looking for a jockey to follow in the eachway market then it is Royston Ffrench who leads the way at Nottingham, they have has a total of nine placings which includes two winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +65.92. With an LSP of -66.62 at Nottingham, D Muscutt heads the list for worst jockeys at this course, which is a result of four winners from eighty-two rides which is a strike rate of 5%.
Here are some factors at Nottingham for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:
Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Nottingham based on the number of winners:
|W J Haggas||71-19-36||+6.65||-0.23|
|M R Channon||97-16-31||+68.18||+29.11|
|Sir Michael Stoute||60-16-28||+22.93||+10.41|
|Saeed Bin Suroor||34-12-16||+9.47||+1.91|
|D K Ivory||65-9-24||+28.00||+15.75|
|B A Curtis||117-22-39||+9.60||-3.29|
|S M Levey||62-14-21||+34.26||+10.25|