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York Racecourse is often referred to as the “Ascot of The North” and the Trip Advisor review of the course uses that headline, however the races, course, facilities, and vista are good enough in their own right.
York races from May through till October holding around 17 quality meetings, which include 3 Group 1 races, 9 Group 2 races, and 5 Group 3 races.
Highlights: The three Group 1 races all take place during the 4 days Ebor Festival in August, the Juddmonte International Stakes is on Wednesday, Yorkshire Oaks is Thursday, with the Nunthorpe Stakes taking place on Friday.
The other big meeting of the year is the Dante Festival in May with key trials the Dante Stakes and Musidora Stakes for the Epsom Derby and Oaks respectively which are held the following month.
In 2015 Golden Horn won the Dante at York and then triumphed in the Epsom Derby.
As well as the top quality races above York has some of the best and most competitive handicaps on the flat including the richest handicap in Europe the 1 mile 6 furlongs Ebor Handicap.
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* All statistics below are based on the previous five seasons at York
The track is flat and left-handed and regarded as a very fair track. York suits galloping types who can maintain a level of speed over a longer stretch, with a near on five-furlong straight the ability to see out the trip over the longer distances is important.
York Racecourse Address: Racecourse Road, Knavesmire Road, York YO23 1EX
York Racecourse Telephone: 01904 620911
To buy tickets for a race day at York, head over to their official ticket booking webpage.
If you want the most profitable stall at York then you need to look at races over 1m2½f and focus on stall 1 as this has produced an LSP of +44.78 over the last five years. Backing stall 7 at York over a trip of 6f is the most unsuccessful stall and trip combination at York returning an LSP of -61.12 over the last five years.
Here we have the draw bias for York 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.
T D Easterby has produced a total of thirty-nine winners at York racecourse and with an LSP of +103.13, they top the winners list for trainers who also show a profit. With an eachway LSP of +57.53 at York, T D Easterby leads the trainers in profit for backing eachway which has been helped by their one hundred twelve placings which include a total of thirty-nine winners. The trainer with the worst record at York based on LSP is R A Fahey who has only a 7% strike rate with thirty-seven winners from five hundred forty-eight runners which have returned an LSP of -191.87.
Daniel Tudhope is the leading jockey here at York with thirty-two winners but you would have recorded a loss if you backed all of their rides whilst following David Allan would have returned the most winners (twenty-three) from a profitable jockey. Connor Beasley is the jockey to follow at York if you are backing eachway as they show the best LSP of all the jockeys in the eachway markets, that is +29.96 which is courtesy of their twenty-seven placings (fourteen winners). At the other end of the spectrum is Tom Eaves who has a terrible record at York, of all the jockeys their LSP of -112.00 is the worse, they have a 1% strike rate with two winners from one hundred thirty-four rides.
Here are some factors at York for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:
Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at York based on the number of winners:
|T D Easterby||451-39-112||+103.13||+57.53|
|A M Balding||136-20-46||+70.95||+33.16|
|Richard Hannon (Jnr)||148-15-42||+2.40||-12.10|
|R M Beckett||96-14-36||+15.75||+11.97|
|J J Quinn||84-9-20||+2.83||-3.61|
|B A Curtis||143-10-37||+11.50||+9.80|
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