Horse racing draw advantage bias WARWICK 1m 22yds
Stalls usually positioned LOW
There are only 7 seasons results shown here.
The distance of these races was increased by 22 yards in 2000.

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WINNING STALL NUMBER

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9   11 1     1       3yr olds and older
7 seasons results
2000 - 2006
10 1           1   1  
11 1   1 1     1     1 11
12     1 1 1   1       1 1
13 1   1 1           1      
14           1       1   1   1
15 F   1 1 1 1 1 F              
16           1   11 1           1  
17 1 111 11 1 1   1 1111 11 F   1     1 1 1
18 1             1                    
19   1                         1        
20   1   1   1     1 11     1   11   1      
5 5 7 4 2 3

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F   Flag starts.  All 3 on May 4th 2004 on heavy going.
A very weak pattern.
This is a left handed course with a bend of almost 180 degrees after about 3.5 furlongs.
We could expect Low drawn horses closest to the inside rail to be favoured,  but any advantage in these races is only marginal.

On good or better going, The Bottom half of the draw won 35 of 57 races 61%.
Stalls 1 to 6 won 26 of 57 races 45%, a very low percentage for 6 stalls.
The Top 6 stalls won 21 races, and 1 other winner was drawn dead centre.
Any advantage has only been slight.  Results are spread across most stalls.

On good/good to soft in places  or softer going, in races of 15 or more runners, the Bottom half of the draw won 11 of 16 races 69%.
The Top half won 3 races, and 2 other winners were drawn dead centre.
That looks very promising, but half the runners in races of 15 or more is 7 to 10 horses, not the sign of a strong pattern.
You may choose to follow that trend, but these races are over a very long distance in draw advantage terms and 16 races (including 3 flag starts) is a very small sample.
As a general rule, results on that type of going often prove inconsistent.
This only one to watch.

2006 results :-  7-8, 6-16, 8-16, 2-17, 8-17, 8-17, 8-17, 15-17, 16-17