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BEVERLEY 5f
A good example of a HIGH draw advantage pattern.

This chart shows horse racing results for horses aged 3 years or older only.
The results are plotted winning stall number against the number of runners.
The resultant chart shows the Draw Advantage Pattern 
produced by the winning stall numbers.
Results on good or better going are shown in black.
Results on good/good to soft in places or softer going are shown in red.
On the top row of the chart, you can see that in races with 8 runners, there were 2 wins from stall number 5, and 1 win from stall 8.
In races of 9 runners, the winners started from stalls 2,  4 (2 wins, one with the stalls positioned LOW), 5, 8, and 9.
In races of 20 runners, the wins came from stalls 1, 3, 4 (3 wins), 5, 7, 11 (2wins), 12 (2wins), 13 (5 wins), 14 (3 wins), 15 (2 wins), 16, 17 (4 wins), 18 (7 wins), 19 (3 wins), and 20 (8 wins).
The positions of the Bottom 6 stalls (directly below stall numbers 1 to 6) are highlighted in yellow.  
The positions of the Top 6 stalls are shown highlighted in blue.
As the number of runners increases, the positions of the Top 6 stalls appear diagonally.
You can easily see that the majority of wins have come from the Top 6 stalls.

BEVERLEY 5f    Stalls usually positioned HIGH (Low are shown L)

WINNING STALL NUMBER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
No

of

R

U

N

N

E

R

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8         11     1
9   1   1L     3yr olds and older
10 seasons results
1997 - 2006
10       1   111  11 11 111 11
11       11 1 11   11   111 1
12       111   1 11   1 1
13        1     11     111 1  1   
14           1   1 11 1
15     1   1 1               1111
16 1                  11 11     11    11
17  1                   1     11  
18                   1   1 11  11 1
19                        11 1  1     
20 1     1 111 1   1       11 11 11111 111  11 1111 1111111 111 11111111
1 1 3 4 6 3 <--Good or better --> 11 9 11 14 12 19
16 90

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Totals are shown at the bottom of the chart for results on good or better going for the Bottom 6 stalls, the Top 6 stalls and the Bottom half of the draw (16 wins) and the Top half (90 wins).

This is a very well known draw advantage, and is an excellent example of a High draw advantage pattern.
You can see immediately that the Top 6 stalls (the cells highlighted in blue), have won far more races than all the other stalls put together.

Analysis
The most influential factors in these races, are the going, and the number of runners.
Both these factors have a negative effect on this draw advantage.

On good or better going, (results shown in black), in races of  8 - 20 runners :-
The Top half of the draw won 90 of 108 races 83 %.
The Bottom half won 16 races.
2 other winners drawn 5 of 9 and 6 of 11 were dead centre).
The Top 6 stalls won 76 of 108 races 70 % 
The Top 4 stalls won 56 of 108 races 52 %
As the number of runners increases to near maximum fields, this advantage deteriorates :-
In races of 16, 17 and 18 runners, you might consider the Top 7 stalls, rather than just the Top 6.
In races of 19 and 20 runners, you might consider the Top 8 and 10 stalls, rather than just the Top 6.

On good or better going, in races of 8 - 18 runners, the Top 6 stalls won 51 of 66 races 77%
On good or better going, in races of 8 - 20 runners, stalls 1 - 3 won only 5 of 108 races.  2 of those wins came in 2005.

On good or better going, in races of 8 to19 runners, only 5 winners were not drawn in the Top 8 stalls.
They are the results, winner drawn 1 of 12,   3 -14,   3 - 15,  5 -15, 6-15.
The Top 8 stalls are the Top 6 highlighted in blue, plus the next 2 adjacent stalls highlighted in white.

On good/good to soft in places or softer going, (results shown in red), results are less consistent, especially as the number of runners increases :-
In races of 8 to 20 runners, the Top 6 stalls won  23 of 38 races    60 %
In races of 8 to 13 runners, the Top 6 stalls won  15 of 22 races    68 %.
In races of 16 or more runners, the Top 6 stalls won 8 of 16 races 50%

2006 results :- winner drawn 8 of 9, 7-10, 5-12, 7-12, 4-13, 7-13, 7-14, 6-15, 15-15,
                           15-15, 7-17, 16-17,
10-18, 13-18, 4-20, 13-20, 14-20, 14-20,

Results on good to soft or softer shown in red.  These results are on the chart.

During 2006 on good or better going, results shown in black, the Top 6 stalls won 5 of 11 races.
On good or better going, in races of 8 to 18 runners, the Top 6 stalls won 5 of 8 races. 

During 2006
on good/good to soft in places or softer going, results shown in red, the Top half of the draw won only 3 of 7 races.
The Bottom half won 3 races, and one winner drawn 7 of 13 was dead centre.

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