Ffos Las Racecourse
Draw Bias & Pace Analysis
The course being wide, gently undulating with a long 5 furlong run in gives all horses plenty of chance to get into the fray. They tend to go down the middle of the track rather than racing against either rail. There is therefore little evidence of any draw bias.
When the going is good or faster it definitely favours prominent racers, and it is very hard to win with a hold up horse.
Trainers & Jockeys
Andrew Balding, Rod Millman, Richard Hughes and Roger Charlton
David Probert, Shane Kelly, Kieren Shoemaker and Jim Crowley
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