Wincanton Racing Tips
Wincanton racecourse offers National Hunt racing in Somerset through the winter months with 4 feature races in February and November. There is a lot of racing history in Wincanton with records of the earliest steeplechases ever. In 1925 the course moved from Hatherleigh Farm to it’s current location at Kingwell Farm.
The 9 fences are pretty average with sharp turns on the rectangular course. The track is well suited for galloping horses with the course overall being very flat with an easy finish. When the weather turns the ground can change very quickly which makes a lot of changes and market movers often becoming standard. On good ground, horses who keep the pace to well here but when the ground gets heavy it’s a battle with those with the most stamina winning races.
The races at Wincanton are generally at a good pace with the ground being flat throughout. Horses who are well balanced, keep a strong pace and can jump well do the best here and these pointers go into our Wincanton horse racing tips. With the betting markets quickly changing we often pick outside bets who quickly drop in price. Getting bets on early is key to making the most amount of profit. There are 3 fences on the home straight which are close together making it a thrilling finish quite often with horses losing position quickly. Those with the most stamina on the final stretch are the ones who generally take the lead and go on to win the race.
Form can be replicated from quite a few jumps courses in the UK including Kempton, Huntingdon, Ludlow, Taunton and Folkestone. With the course being a National hunt course only there is no draw bias at all.
Jockeys who do well at Wincanton are Harry Cobden, Sam Twiston-Davies and Adrian Heskin. All 3 jockeys have had an impressive season this year and I’m sure we will see many more wins throughout the season.
Popular trainers on the course are Paul Nicholls and Tom George. Paul Nicholls has the most rides this season with 52 runs ans 26 wins boasting an impressive 50% strike rate so far. His yard of chasers are by far the leaders here at Wincanton and this is replicated in our Wincanton horse racing tips.
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