Horse racing draw advantage bias REDCAR 5F
Stalls usually positioned HIGH ( Centre and Low are shown C and L )

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

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8       1   1C    
9   C   1     C    
10   CC   1       C 1  
11 C         11         C111
12 1 CC C       C        C  
13                  11        
14 C   1 1          L         1
15             C                  
16           C   1 1C       C   C  
17                                  
18                         C         CC
19   C       C                          
20             C           1              
21                                          
22                             1              
23       1       1 1 1                 C        
2 6 1 4 0 3

<--Good or better -->

4 4 1 2 2 6
19 20

Not many results, and historically, a weak pattern of no particular advantage.
On good or better going, the Top 6 stalls won 19 of 39 races 49%.
Stalls 1 to 6 won 16 races.
On good or better going with stalls positioned High, The Top half of the draw won 9 of 16 races 56%, a low percentage for 6 stalls.
With stalls positioned High, in races of 8 to 15 runners, the Top 6 stalls won 9 of 10 races 90%, but 10 races is a very small sample.
The other winner was drawn 4 of 10 runners in the Top 7th stall.
Above 14 runners, there were no wins from the Top 7 stalls with stalls High.
The Top 7 stalls on the chart, are the Top 6 highlighted in blue, plus the next cell to the left in white.
The stalls are not placed High very often these days, but if they are, it may be worth keeping an eye on these races.

The stalls have been placed Centre in most races since 2003.
In 2006 with stalls Centre, stall 2 won 4 of 7 races, but if you discount those 4 winners, results with stalls Centre are spread across most stalls.

2006 results :- 6-8, 2-9, 2-10, 2-10, 2-12, 18-18, 19-23  All had stalls Centre.

2005 results :-  3-12, 7-12, 6-16, 9-16, 15-16.All had stalls positioned Centre.
                       4-9, 11-11.                              Both had stalls High.

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