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A question for all you Horse Racing Gurus


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Is there anywhere you can go to see the race card line ups for the weekend including expected going, draws and runners. I was given a tip from a racehorse owner 2 weeks ago for a gee gee running this weekend at Mussleborough. Be happy you share nearer the 'off time'. Anywhere I can see the card for this meet with the aforementioned details lads?

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Re: A question for all you Horse Racing Gurus Taken from the RFO annual The bias in favour of low numbers at 5f looked greater than ever last season, even on fast ground. That said, nobody tried going right to the far side from a very high draw (a tactic that had proved successful the previous summer) with most edging towards the main pack centre-to-stands side. The bias in favour of high numbers at 7f & 1m isn't as major as many believe. Graham Wheldon says in RFO this week ' In sprints last season eight of the nine double figure field races went to a runner drawn in the bottom half & all but 2 being won by a runner drawn in the bottom five. The 2 to win from higher than stall 5 were both particularly well-handicapped at the time.' All the best, Khartoum.

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