Beverley Racecourse is located in Yorkshire, England and it plays host to flat racing only. The course is a right-handed circuit measuring one mile and three furlongs. The majority of the track is flat, but there is a very stiff uphill climb to the winning post. The bends are very sharp so the track doesn’t suit the galloping types. It can pay to be prominent as horses save ground at the bends.
Beverley Betting Tips
Over sprint trips, front runners can do very well as they save ground at each turn. It can be very difficult to make ground up from the rear, especially in testing conditions.
Beverley Draw Bias
Along with Chester, Beverley racecourse has the strongest bias for those drawn low over five furlongs in the United Kingdom. They have an enormous edge, but this is normally reflected in the price. The same applies over seven furlongs; due to the sharp bends, those drawn wide have too much work to do to get across and cannot make up ground from the rear if they tuck in. However, over a mile there is a tiny bias toward those drawn high.
Beverley Betting Trends
Mark Johnston is the top trainer at Beverley racecourse over the past three seasons, with 34 winners from his past 168 runners. Richard Guest is another trainer to keep an eye on; he has 10 wins from his last 52 runners, producing a profit of +£29 to level stakes.
Unsurprisingly, Joe Fanning (rides for Mark Johnston) is the top jockey at the racecourse over the same period, with 30 winners from his last 146 rides. However, Daniel Tudhope is the jockey to follow, with an impressive 26% strike rate (21 wins from 82 rides), returning a profit of +£42.69 to level stakes.
Our profitable tips in 2016 have been helped by the fine form of both David O’Meara and Daniel Tudhope, recording 22% and 31% strike rates respectively. In fact, Tudhope’s strike rate of 23% over the last 5 seasons is his highest across all tracks he has had 100 rides or more at.
Beverley Feature Races
- Hilary Needler Trophy (Listed) (5f)
- Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes (Listed) (5f)