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The Racing Horse offers our RACECOURSE TEMPLATE for York. The figures provide a betting landscape giving pertinence to various types of races, whilst highlighting those trainers and jockeys best placed to win them.








Non-handicap                     Handicap
2yo:    37-103 for 36% (-7.43)     6-23 for 26%  (+0.50)
3yo:    21-52  for 40% (-4.45)    35-98 for 36% (+31.01)
4yo+:   24-54  for 44% (+4.62)   47-194 for 24% (-10.04)
Total: 82-209  for 39% (-7.27)   88-315 for 28% (+21.47)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at YORK for 2019
John Gosden:    9 wins from 30 for 30%  (-0.26)
William Haggas: 7 wins from 38 for 18%  (-6.16)
David O'Meara:  7 wins from 83 for  8% (-12.25)
Michael Dods:   6 wins from 33 for 18% (+10.37)
Tim Easterby:   6 wins from 91 for  7% (+11.00)

TOP 5 TRAINERS at YORK for last 5 years
Richard Fahey:  38 wins from 550 for  7% (-174.12)
William Haggas: 34 wins from 163 for 21%   (+8.22)
Tim Easterby:   29 wins from 363 for  8%  (+79.00)
Mark Johnston:  26 wins from 240 for 11%  (-22.74)
John Gosden:    25 wins from  92 for 27%   (-4.19)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at YORK for 2019
Daniel Tudhope:  9 wins from 71 for 13% (-27.20)
Frankie Dettori: 8 wins from 25 for 32%  (-0.76)
Connor Beasley:  6 wins from 11 for 55% (+50.87)
James Doyle:     6 wins from 33 for 18% (+17.50)
David Allan:     6 wins from 42 for 14% (+14.00)

TOP 5 JOCKEYS at YORK for last 5 years
Daniel Tudhope:  29 wins from 257 for 11% (-38.00)
Frankie Dettori: 26 wins from 104 for 25%  (-4.37)
James Doyle:     22 wins from 119 for 19% (+13.37)
Paul Hanagan:    18 wins from 203 for  9% (-43.50)
David Allan:     16 wins from 195 for  8% (-36.50)

These figures are always interesting and pertinent. Best winning favourite category are the 4yo+ favourites in non-handicaps who win at a strike rate of 44%. Lowest strike rate category are the 4yo+favourites in handicaps who record just 24% so well below the 32% national average. 

From a win perspective trainer Richard Fahey is leading trainer over the past 5 years but with a miserable strike rate of just 7%. Conversely John Gosden strikes at 27% whilst Frankie Dettori scores at 25% though 32% in 2019.

Trainers with runners at the course on the cold list:

J J Quinn:       33
David Loughnane: 32
K Dalgleish:     28
L Mullaney:      24
M Dods:          18

Jockeys with rides at the course on the cold list: 

Theodore Ladd:  36
Kieran O'Neill: 33
Rob Hornby:     32
Harry Bentley:  28

Jason Weaver's view on York Racecourse

Because they can start racing from a long way out at York, which is a big galloping track, sometimes the last one to challenge has an advantage. Some people think it suits front-runners, but more often than not the one in the lead will get picked off at around the 1f marker. There’s no doubt it’s a quality course, though, wide, with no ridges, lovely sweeping turns and no draw bias. It can become very testing when the ground gets soft - it is KnavesMIRE, after all - and then it really takes some getting.


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