Draw Bias and Pace Analysis
All races up to a mile are run on the straight course which is almost entirely up hill. The draw in sprints seems to favour high numbers but only slightly. At 7f there appears to be a bigger bias and over a mile that bias is not there. In soft conditions the bias seems to be more for low drawn horses. When high drawn horses win the highest stall wins a greater proportion than any other.
The pace analysis shows Chepstow to be fair to most styles of running with the exception of 1m where it appears front runners can do well (ranked 7/25) and over 2m where it is nearly impossible to front run and win! – Probably due to the long undulating up hill finish.
Trainers & Jockeys
Eve Johnson-Houghton, Ed de Giles, Clive Cox, Richard Hannon and John Flint.
Callum Shepard, John Fahy, Franny Norton, Oisin Murphy, Dane O’Neil and Charle Bishop.