Horse racing draw advantage bias NEWMARKET ROWLEY 1m 
Stalls usually positioned HIGH ( Centre and Low are shown C and L )
This course is sometimes split into 2 by a false rail, so some races may have taken place on the Low half or the High half of the course.
At present, there is no way of identifying this from race returns.

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

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8       11 1 111 L  
9 111 1L 1 L L 11 11 L  
10       1 1         1 3yr olds and older
9 seasons results
1997 - 2005
11 LL   11     1     1   1
12 1 1   1     1 11L 11   111  
13 L 11C C 1 1   1 1 LL 1 L 1  
14 1   11 1   1C                
15   11 1             1     L 1 1
16 L     1     11 11 L   1     1    
17           L   1       1         1
18           L     1 1             1  
19                   1   1 1       C   1L
20 1 1   11   1       1   1         1 1 11  
21 C 1                 1         L     1 1  
22                                         1 1
23                         1                    
24         1 1 1                     L   1        
25       1                                          
26             1                     1                
27               1       1 1           1                
28                           1     1     1 1     1        
29                                                          
30   11 1         11         1       1       11       1 1       1
9 9 6 8 3 11 <--Good or better --> 9 8 5 8 7 7
52 50

A very weak pattern, and all very even.
Results are spread across a wide range of stall numbers throughout this chart.
On good or better going, stalls 1 to 6 won 46 of 104 races 44%, a very low percentage for 6 stalls.
The Top 6 stalls won 44 races.
2 winners were drawn dead centre.
In races of 22 to 29 runners, there appears to be a lack of wins from the extremes of very Low and very High numbered stalls.
Over such a long distance on a straight course where fields often split into 2 or more groups, we shouldn't read too much into that observation.
Additionally, the splitting of the course into 2 halves using a false running rail, adds to the problems of sorting out the draw in these races.
From a draw advantage viewpoint, there is nothing to recommend over this course and distance.

2006 results :- 6-8, 2-9, 6-9, 6-11, 4-12, 2-13, 4-13, 5-13, 3-14, 11-17, 4-20, 21-22 Stalls High
                     
3-13, 6-14  Stalls Centre
                     
5-9, 8-9, 8-12, 13-15, 6-18, 19-19  Stalls Low

2005 results :-   1-9, 10-10, 3-11, 8-12, 9-12, 11-12, 10-13, 14-16, 10-19,
                        13-19,
17-20  Stalls High
                        17-19, 1-21    Stalls Centre
                       
2-9, 4-9, 1-13, 11-13, 1-16, 9-16, 6-17  Stalls Low.

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