Thirsk betting tips page with all the Thirsk Racecourse facts to assist you with your tipping and Thirsk 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.
Thirsk Racecourse in North Yorkshire stages around 16 meetings a year taking place from April through to September.
Type of Racing: Flat racing only.
Thirsk Highlights: The Thirsk Hunt Cup is the major race of the year, run over a mile it normally attracts a large field and is targeted by the top Yorkshire trainers.
Alongside this, the track holds a multitude of competitive Class 2 and Class 3 handicaps.
TV Channel: Racing TV
Bookmaker Streaming Services Available from: Paddy Power, Betfair, William Hill.
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* All statistics below are based on the previous five seasons at Thirsk
Flat: 1 mile 2 furlongs left-handed oval configuration, it also features a 6-furlong straight course with slight undulations.
Thirsk Racecourse Address: Station Rd, Thirsk YO7 1QL
Thirsk Racecourse Telephone: 01845 522276
To buy tickets for a race day at Thirsk, head over to their official ticket booking webpage.
There does seem to be a touch of a camber toward the middle of the course at the business end of the race which can slow those on the inside. There are some undulations at the start and in the middle of the course which can affect those going at speed.
On the left-handed round course over longer distances low numbers have an advantage, being drawn close to the Thirsk inside rail is a real help. Thirsk is a trek for southern trainers, the prize money on offer is not huge so those who travel should be noted, especially if the jockey booking is significant.
The most popular tipped horse for each race at Thirsk is highlighted on OLBG and you’ll notice the number of tips made on this selection, along with the number of comments made by the OLBG tipsters.
If you want the most profitable stall at Thirsk then you need to look at races over 6f and focus on stall 7 as this has produced an LSP of +136.41 over the last five years. When breaking Thirsk down into trips then you can look at which stall and trip combination has produced the worst LSP, that would be stall 9 over a trip of 6f which has, over the last five years produced an LSP of -85.00.
Here we have the draw bias for Thirsk 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.
Whilst R A Fahey is the most successful trainer at Thirsk with a total of thirty-eight winners, if you backed all of their runners you would be showing a loss. D O'Meara is the most successful trainer at Thirsk for those who show a profit if backing all their runners thanks to a total of thirty-five winners and an LSP of +14.64. When looking at trainers and looking for some eachway value at Thirsk then the trainer who shows the best eachway profit is N Wilson, whose LSP is +51.63 which has been accumulated by a total of six placings which includes four winners. T D Easterby does not have a great record at Thirsk, their LSP of -134.90 has them stone dead bottom of the trainers' list, which has come from thirty-five winners from four hundred twenty-seven runners which is an 8% strike rate.
Focusing only on jockeys who show a profit when backing all of their rides, top of the pile at Thirsk for the number of winners is Daniel Tudhope who has produced a total of forty-two winners in return for an LSP of +32.92. If you are looking for a jockey to follow in the eachway market then it is Patrick Mathers who leads the way at Thirsk, they have has a total of nine placings which includes six winners over the previous five years for an eachway LSP of +55.68. The jockey with the worst record at Thirsk based on LSP is Andrew Mullen who has only a 5% strike rate with eight winners from one hundred sixty-four rides which have returned an LSP of -116.18.
Here are some factors at Thirsk for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:
Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Thirsk based on the number of winners:
|P T Midgley||132-17-27||+1.25||-26.82|
|W J Haggas||45-17-32||+7.48||+6.18|
|J J Quinn||114-12-31||+3.66||-7.82|
|P D Evans||34-8-15||+11.19||+4.91|
|C W Fairhurst||43-7-14||+53.50||+35.31|
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