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Dundalk's all-weather track opened in 2007 and stages racing throughout the year with the bulk of racing taking place from November through to March. For the latest news from Dundalk and upcoming fixtures, head over to the official Dundalk racetrack website.
Highlights: The feature race of the year is the Group 3 Diamond Stakes which takes place in October and has been won by the likes of Mastercraftsman and Declaration Of War.
* All statistics below are based on the previous five years at Dundalk
Dundalk is a left-handed oval track with a Polytrack surface and about 10 furlongs in extent, with a run-in of about 2½ furlongs. A 5f chute joins the main track on the home bend just over 3½ furlongs from the finish, while the 1-mile start is in a short chute at the start of the back straight.
Dundalk Racetrack Address: Racecourse Rd, Dowdallshill, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91 FFP3, Ireland
Dundalk Racetrack Telephone: 42 933 4438
Every race from Dundalk is listed on our site along with race time and the most popular tipped horse for each race highlighted. This is accompanied by the latest betting odds, the number of picks and comments made on this selection and OLBG’s star rating.
The number of picks and comments made on a particular selection is represented in numbers & percentages. The star rating combines the popularity of a horse and the latest betting odds.
To view the comments on that selection or to see what the other tipped horses are, click on the Dundalk picks highlighted. Here you’ll see more information on the horses running at Dundalk including form, age, weight, jockey etc. You’ll be able to read the comments made by tipsters and make an informed choice on who makes the best argument.
With an LSP of +70.41, the most successful stall at Dundalk is stall 12 when backing runners over a trip of 1m2½f over the last five years. Backing stall 1 at Dundalk over a trip of 1m is the most unsuccessful stall and trip combination at Dundalk returning an LSP of -230.91 over the last five years.
Here we have the draw bias for Dundalk 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.
Joseph Patrick O'Brien is the leading trainer here at Dundalk with one hundred thirty-nine winners but you would have recorded a loss if you backed all of their runners whilst following A P O'Brien would have returned the most winners (fifty-four) from a profitable trainer. When looking at trainers and looking for some eachway value at Dundalk then the trainer who shows the best eachway profit is Donal Commins, that LSP is +54.05 which has been accumulated by a total of six placings which includes four winners. A total of thirty-four winners from five hundred seventy-five runners at Dundalk has Denis Gerard Hogan at the wrong end of the trainers' list with their 6% strike rate and worst LSP of -272.79.
Whilst C T Keane is the most successful jockey at Dundalk with a total of one hundred twenty-six winners, if you backed all of their rides you would be showing a loss. M P Sheehy is the most successful jockey at Dundalk for those who show a profit if backing all their rides thanks to a total of twenty-seven winners and an LSP of +0.89. D King is the jockey to follow at Dundalk if you are backing eachway as they show the best LSP of all the jockeys in the eachway markets, that is +9.52 which is courtesy of their twelve placings (three winners). At the other end of the spectrum is R P Cleary who has a terrible record at Dundalk, of all the jockeys their LSP of -337.37 is the worse, they have a 5% strike rate with twenty-nine winners from six hundred sixteen rides.
Here are some factors at Dundalk for certain trainers or jockeys which have been profitable:
Here are the best trainer and jockey combinations here at Dundalk based on the number of winners:
|A P O'Brien||197-54-106||+13.49||-2.04|
|Richard John O'Brien||187-22-44||+21.83||-23.80|
|P J F Murphy||104-17-32||+4.19||-10.36|
|P J Prendergast||59-10-26||+5.93||+2.91|
|D P Coakley||45-9-14||+11.75||+2.26|
|M P Sheehy||213-27-54||+0.89||-25.77|
|C J McGovern||160-15-31||+5.13||-24.33|
|J A Powell||49-2-10||+15.00||+8.80|
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