Your guide to Draw Biases at British Racecourses


When assessing a horse race there are many things to consider, the latest form, the distance, the going and even which jockey is on board. However one thing which is often overlooked is the draw. Which stall a horse is drawn in can, on some courses, massively influence that particular horses chance of winning.

Our site uses past data to analyse and pinpoint what the draw bias is at which racecourses, and then presents that data in an easy to use form, so that the effect of the draw can help you pick winners.

Use the links below to go to the individual pages for each course. These pages detail what draw biases exist together with the preferred running styles for each racecourse are, for instance are front runners, or closers favoured.

Turf Courses

All Weather Courses

Irish Courses