Bellewstown is a village located 7 miles south of Drogheda, on the Hill of Crockafotha in County Meath in Ireland. They have held racing at Bellewstown Racecourse since 1780.
Bellewstown is a sharp, undulating left-handed track of around nine furlongs and, with an uphill finish of around three furlongs, suits the handy, nippy type of horse.
Their is definitely a large bias favouring high drawn runners on the 5 furlong course at Bellewstown.
This may seem strange as you would expect horses drawn on the inside to be favoured, but in reality the dogleg nature of the 5F course means that horses drawn on the inside actually have to run further than those with high draws who start in the middle of the course and can run in a straight line from start to finish.
Maybe a slight bias favouring the inside drawn low numbers over a mile at Bellewstown.
The charts above indicate the percentage of races which were won from each stall number in handicaps.