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Salisbury racecourse in Wiltshire has around 16 meetings a year, their season starts at the end of April with the last meeting normally mid-October.
Type of Racing: Flat racing only.
Highlights: There are two Group 3 races, the Dick Poole Fillies Stakes and the Sovereign Stakes and three Listed races, the Stonehenge Stakes. Cathedral Stakes and Upavon Fillies Stakes.
Others: Bibury Cup, Lochsong Fillies Stakes, Persian Punch Conditions Stakes, Salisbury Quidhampton Fillies Maiden.
TV Channel: Racing TV
Bookmaker Streaming Services Available from: Bet 365, Betfair, Coral, Hills, Unibet.
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* All statistics below are based on the previous five seasons at Salisbury
Flat: Races up to a mile are run on the straight course, there is a right-handed loop utilised for races over a mile. Races over 1 mile 6 furlongs have a tape start (no stalls) which is after the finish line with the runners racing in the opposite direction to other race distances. The course is a little undulating with a steady rise to the finish.
Salisbury Racecourse Address: Salisbury, Netherhampton, Wiltshire SP2 8PN
Salisbury Racecourse Telephone: 01722 326461
To buy tickets for a race day at Salisbury, head over to their official ticket booking webpage.
The prize money is decent for both the Group 3 races (Dick Poole Fillies Stakes, Sovereign Stakes) and the big southern yards aim their quality animals at those races. The Listed Cathedral Stakes in June has been won by the Richard Hannon (Senior then Junior) stable six times since 2008.
Low numbers over shorter trips seem to have an advantage from the gates on this right-handed track, especially if they jump well, however as the race progresses the camber seems to inconvenience those close to the rail as the ground falls away. Those horses are more to the middle of the course as the race reaches the final 2 furlongs seem to be racing on a more even course, with forwarding motion seemingly easier.
So, in an ideal world, you would be drawn low and run low for 3 furlongs and then gradually move 3 or 4 horse widths away from the rail in the final 2 furlongs. Salisbury can ride a bit like Goodwood with the reverse loop and is very similar to Hamilton.
If you want the most profitable stall at Salisbury then you need to look at races over 6f and focus on stall 1 as this has produced an LSP of +105.53 over the last five years. The stall with the worst loss at Salisbury in the win market when breaking it down to race trips is stall 3 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 -65.50.
Here we have the draw bias for Salisbury 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.
Richard Hannon (Jnr) is the leading trainer here at Salisbury with thirty winners but you would have recorded a loss if you backed all of their runners whilst following C G Cox would have returned the most winners (twenty) from a profitable trainer. J A Osborne is the trainer to follow at Salisbury if you are backing eachway as they show the best LSP of all the trainers in the eachway markets, that is +36.87 which is courtesy of their eleven placings (two winners). At the other end of the spectrum is Richard Hannon (Jnr) who has a terrible record at Salisbury, of all the trainers their LSP of -75.29 is the worse, they have a 9% strike rate with thirty winners from three hundred thirty-eight runners.
Oisin Murphy has produced a total of thirty-four winners at Salisbury racecourse and with an LSP of +22.43, they top the winners list for jockeys who also show a profit. If you are looking for a jockey to follow in the eachway market then it is Kieran Shoemark who leads the way at Salisbury, they have has a total of twenty-six placings which includes fourteen winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +62.70. A total of eight winners from one hundred nine rides at Salisbury has S M Levey at the wrong end of the jockeys' list with their 7% strike rate and worst LSP of -64.10.
Here are some factors at Salisbury for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:
Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Salisbury based on the number of winners:
|C G Cox||110-20-46||+0.41||+3.11|
|W J Haggas||44-14-24||+18.13||+6.69|
|Sir Mark Prescott||19-6-7||+22.82||+10.71|
|H J L Dunlop||52-5-11||+1.50||-4.38|
|B J Meehan||43-5-14||+1.75||-3.40|
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