Horse racing draw advantage bias AYR 6F
Stalls usually positioned HIGH ( Centre and Low are shown C and L )

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
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8         L   1 1
9 L   1 L   1L    
10     LL   1   11L L   1 
11     1   1       1L L
12     L     1  

L

  C    
13            L         1   1C
14             1   1L       L    
15                         L     1
16                   L            
17                                  
18                       1       1  1  
19                                      
20     L   1 1         1       L   1      
21                           1               
22       1                   1                
23       C             1                        
24                                                
25                                                  
26                                                    
27                                           1          
28 1 11     1 1     1   1 1           1  1         1    1       1
29       1     1 1       1  

 1

    1             1   1   1   1  
30                                                            
2 2 4 0 3 5 <--Good or better --> 0 1 6 7 1 3
14 26

Copyright 2003 [Howard Hutchinson]. All rights reserved.

2005 result, winner drawn 1 of 9, was a race with 3 non-runners (Only 6 ran).
Until 2006, this pattern had been incredibly consistent.
During the previous 9 years :-
On good or better going, in races of 8 to 18 runners, the only other non-2yr old winner to start from any stall not in the Top 7 was drawn 3 of 10 runners, July 22nd 2002.
On good or better going, in races of 8 - 18 runners the Top 7 stalls
won 22 of 24 races 91%.
The Top 7 stalls are those highlighted in blue, plus the next stall to the left shown in white.
With stalls positioned Low, the Top 2 stalls won 0 of those 24 races.

Now, with the stalls increasingly placed Low, that pattern is not being maintained, so this course and distance has been amended for the Stalls To Follow list.
With the stalls positioned Low or Centre, only 1 winner started from the Top 2 stalls.
On good or better going, with stalls High, the Top 7 stalls won 11 of 12 races 91%.
Result 6 of 14 took place in 2006.

On good/good to soft in places or softer going, in races of 8 - 18 runners, the Top 6 stalls won 11 of 12 races 91% ( stalls placed High, Low or Centre).

2006 Results :-  3-10, 7-10 (H), 10-11, 11-11, 3-12, 6-13, 13-13 (C), 6-14 (H), 17-18, 4-23 (C), 6-28 (H), 28-28 (H)  All had stalls Low except where indicated.

Ayr Gold Cup.
There are 24 race results shown here with more than 25 runners.  Only 8 of these races were contested on good or better going.
Results are spread across both high and low stalls, with  4 of the 8 wins coming from stalls 1 to 10, and 4 from stalls 16 upwards.
The Ayr Silver Cup and Gold cup races in 2005 were won from stalls1 and 2.
The 2006 winners started from stalls 6 and 28.

On good/good to soft or softer going (results shown in red), the Bottom half of the draw won 9 races and the Top half won 7 races.

There are far more reliable betting and laying opportunities elsewhere.
From a draw advantage point of view, this race is a lottery, and is best left alone.
Above 25 runners, there is a spread of results across most stalls on all types of going with no section of the stalls showing a bias of any significance.