Horse racing draw advantage bias SALISBURY 7(6f 212yds)
Stalls usually positioned HIGH (Centre shown C)
Stalls positioning is only shown for 2004 and 2005.

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

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8           11 1  
9 C   CC   1       C
10 1   1C 1   C 111   1  
11   C 1 1C 1 C 1     C 1
12   11C   C 1 111   1     1  
13   1 11     C 1     1 11 1  
14     11       1 1 C C 11   C 11
15   1                 1   1 1 1
16     1 1     C C   C           1
17     1               1 1          
18     1             1           1C   1
19                                      
20 11   11 11     1 1   1 1111 11 11 11 111 111 1 111 11  
4 3 12 6 3 6

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3 9 5 6 9 5
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Copyright 2005 [H Hutchinson]. All rights reserved.

A weak pattern.
You may see advice such as "High numbers best up to 1m, except on soft going when Low best", or words to that effect.
Clearly, on
going that was good to soft/ soft in places or softer, Low numbers have not been particularly favoured in these races during the last 10 years.

On good or better going, any advantage has been very marginal.
On  good or better going, the Bottom half, Top half split favours the Top half of the draw.
Wins from High stalls have been boosted by 18 winners from the Top half of the draw in races with  20 runners.
In races of 8 to 19 runners, the split is Bottom half 26, Top half 30, with 2 other winners drawn dead centre.
That is a difference of only 4 races, and 30 winners of 60 races is only 50%, a very low percentage for up to 9 runners.

In 2005 in races of 20 runners, there were 2 wins from the Bottom half and 1 win from the Top half.
Wins are spread throughout most of this chart on all types of going.
Different positioning of the stalls seems to make little difference.
There is no recommendation.

2006 results :-  1-9, 2-11, 4-11, 2-12, 6-13, 7-13, 2-15, 8-16, 10-16, 16-16, 16-18, 3-20