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Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st David Probert 58 13 22
2nd Liam Keniry 69 12 17
3rd Martin Dwyer 51 9 18
4th Luke Morris 32 8 25
5th Kieran Shoemark 38 8 21


Rank Jockey Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Sean Bowen 63 20 32
2nd Adam Wedge 102 19 19
3rd Paul Moloney 73 13 18
4th Sam Twiston-Davies 46 11 24
5th David Bass 25 10 40


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st David Evans 150 19 13
2nd Andrew Balding 62 16 26
3rd Rod Millman 54 10 19
4th William Muir 44 9 20
5th Richard Hannon 46 8 17


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Evan Williams 180 33 18
2nd Peter Bowen 139 20 14
3rd Nigel Twiston-Davies 94 19 20
4th Rebecca Curtis 75 13 17
5th Bernard Llewellyn 76 11 14
Ffos Las Chase Course
Ffos Las Chase Course
Ffos Las Chase Course

Tips for Ffos Las Races

Built on the site of an old open cast coal mine near Llanelli in South Wales, Ffos Las racecourse is one of three courses in Wales. Only opened in 2009, it is the most modern National Hunt course in the UK. It now hosts a number of both Flat and National Hunt meetings each year.

Course: The course for both jumps and flat races is a one mile, four furlong left handed oval, with two relatively easy bends. A chute on the home straight allows for a straight run in for five and six furlong races. Our Ffos Las tips tend to look for galloping types, as the nature of the course allows them time to get into stride and maintain their speed round the bends.

In the past, Ffos Las was perhaps most famous for it’s boggy going, with heavy rain leading to extremely tough going. The West Wales National in 2015 saw just two of ten horses finish, with the winner (Bob’s Ford) finishing a full 99 lengths clear of the only other finisher, who was nearly pulled up. Drainage work in 2015 has largely fixed this issue, although following extreme weather it can still become very heavy.

Draw Bias: The wide, flat track both contribute to a fair course meaning no draw bias for our tips to consider.

Feature Race: The main race of the year is the grandly named “Welsh Champion Hurdle”, run over two miles in October. Previously removed from the horse racing calendar in 2003 due to a lack of entries, Ffos Las revived the race as a Limited Handicap before a temporary attempt at increasing the distance.

Recent winners include Cheltenham Festival stalwart The New One and the well known Garde La Victoire, winner of multiple Class 1 races.


Trimsaran, Carmarthenshire, SA17 4DE

General Admission

How to Get There

Air - Helicopter landing facilities, by arrangement.
Air - First Cymru (Mon-Sat) bus service from Llanelli to Carmarthen (No 197); drop-off at racecourse entrance.
Road - From the east: take Junction 48 (M4) joining the A4138 to Llanelli and follow brown signs; From the west – follow A40 to Carmarthen, then A484 to Llanelli and follow brown signs; From Cross Hands – take A476 towards Llanelli and follow brown signs
Rail - Llanelli (9 miles), Kidwelly (5 miles), Carmarthen (15 miles)



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