Horse racing draw advantage bias THIRSK 6F
Stalls usually positioned HIGH ( Low are shown L )

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9       1   11      
10   1 1     1 11 1 1 11
11       1     11     1 1
12       1   1        1 1 1
13   1            1 1 1 1 11 1
14 1 1             1 1   1 11L 11 1
15      1 1      1       1   1 11 1
16 1   1       1       11     1 1  
17     1 1   1       11     1 11    
18           1 1         1       11 1  
19     1       1       1     1   1      
20 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11   1 F   11     1     11  
21 1     1           1                   11  
22                                            
23                                          11     
24   1   1     1   1 1 1      1 1          111 111    
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Result F ( 11 of 20 runners ) had a flag start.
Splits occur here quite often, as jockeys search for better going towards the far (Low) rail, usually in races of 13 runners or more, but not all those races split.
On good or better going, there are spreads of results in races of 15, 16, and 17 runners, and again with 20 and 24 runners.
Those spreads could easily be caused by splitting of the runners, as well as traffic problems in larger fields, and different going conditions being encountered across the course.
All pretty obvious stuff.
To make best use of the draw advantage here in 5F and  6F races, we need to concentrate on races that are not likely to split.
If we wait for races with smaller fields, most of those races will not split.
This will enable our well drawn horses in the Top few stalls to take full advantage of the faster ground towards the High rail.

On good or better going the Top 6 stalls won 54 of 93 races 58%.
That is a low percentage for 6 stalls.

Stalls High.  On good or better going In races of 8 - 16 runners, 
the Top 6 stalls won 36 of 48 races  75 %.

Above 16 runners, winners spread to lower stalls.

On good, good to soft in places or softer going the Top 6 stalls won 13 of 26 races.
The Bottom 6 stalls won 11 of 26 races 42%.

2006 results :- 3-10, 10-10, 7-11, 7-11, 10-13, 2-14, 13-14, 10-17, 14-17, 11-19, 6-20, 19-20

2005 results  :-  6-9, 8-10, 11-12, 12-13, 11-14, 7-15, 14-16, 6-17, 10-17,
13-17,
16-18,  3- 19, 5-20, 3-20, 10-20