Horse racing draw advantage bias LINGFIELD 7F + 140yds (Turf) 
Stalls usually positioned HIGH (Centre shown C)

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

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8 C     C 111   1  
9 C   1   11        
10   1       1 11   1 1
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12         11   11   C     1
13         1 11       1      
14           C   1 1          
15 1       C                    
16     1         1     1         1
17         C                        
18   11 1   1 1C C 1         1 1 CC     1
19                                      
20                                        
2 4 2   11 5

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Copyright 2005 [H Hutchinson]. All rights reserved.

A very weak pattern.
On good or better going, in races of 8 - 14 runners, the Top 6 stalls won 17 of 26 races 65%.
As field sizes increase, wins spread to lower stalls.
Although there is some good clustering of results, especially in races of 8 to 10 runners, it may not be a good idea to read too much into those figures.
7 and a half furlongs on a straight course, is a very long distance over which to expect a strong, reliable pattern to form.
With so few runners, and such a long distance, these results could easily be coincidence.
In 2006, the one qualifying race was won from stall 1 of 8 runners.

On good/good to soft in places or softer going, there are not enough results for an accurate assessment.

2006 results :-  1-8, 4-8, 6-18, 15-18.  All had stalls placed Centre.