What Kind Of Newmarket Racing Tips Do We Offer?
Regarded as the home of flat racing, Newmarket racecourse plays host to some of the best racing Britain has to offer, including the 1000 and 2000 Guineas. With nine Group 1 races each flat season, you’ll want to stick with myracing, as we provide in-depth analysis for all the big races at Flat Racing’s HQ!
Newmarket Tips 2020 – What’s New
Widespread disruption to sport in 2020 has seen all previously scheduled fixtures at Newmarket Racecourse cancelled until August 2020, with the BHA announcing a provisional racing schedule, upon the resumption of racing.
Newmarket is the home of flat racing, known as HQ, due to its proximity to so many yards, its early season schedule is typically vital in a connections’ plans. The big omission in the racing calendar in 2020 is the Craven meeting, Newmarket’s first meeting of the year, where many future stars learn to ply their trade.
With a delayed start to the flat season, Newmarket’s first meeting will now take place on the 4th of June with four days of racing, culminating with Britain’s first two classics of the year, the 2000 Guineas and 1000 Guineas on the 6th and 7th of June respectively.
The 2000 and 1000 Guineas are the pinnacle of the mile division with rich prizes and considerable stud value on offer. With Royal Ascot starting less that two weeks after the Guineas Festival in 2020, this season will present a unique question of horses looking to emulate the likes of Frankel, Dawn Approach, Gleneagles and Galileo Gold who have done the 2000 Guineas and St James’s Palace Stakes double in recent years.
Another Newmarket staple is the Cambridgeshire meeting, scheduled to take place on 24th-26th September 2020. The three day meeting features the 35 runner handicap it’s named after along with a pair of juvenile Group 1’s – The Middle Park and Cheveley Park, with many runners en route to next year’s Guineas.
October will see Newmarket’s season come to a close with their four remaining meetings including Sun Chariot Day and Future Champions Day which are highlighted by three Group 1’s the Sun Chariot Stakes, Fillies’ Mile and the Dewhurst Stakes.
Despite the early season disruption, Newmarket plays host to so many vital races in the racing calendar that the majority have been rescheduled to take place and Myracing will have you covered for them all.
With Newmarket Tips, trends, and analysis for all of the big races and festivals at racing‘s headquarters be sure to check out our expert’s Newmarket Tips throughout 2020.
When Do Today’s Newmarket Tips Go Up?
A lot of our racing tips are available the night before the action, including our NAP of the Day and multiples such as our Lucky 15!
Pointers For Picking Your Own Newmarket Tips
Trainer And Jockey Statistics
Newmarket Top Jockey Statistics – Last 5 years
William Buick – 218 rides. 47 winners. 22% Strike-rate
Ryan Moore – 254 rides. 38 winners. 15% Strike-rate
Frankie Dettori – 185 rides. 34 winners. 18% Strike-rate
Jim Crowley – 207 rides. 26 winners. 13% Strike-rate
Silvestre De Sousa – 187 rides. 24 winners. 13% Strike-rate
Newmarket Top Trainer Statistics – Last 5 years
John Gosden – 269 runs. 51 winners. 19% Strike-rate
Charlie Appleby – 167 runs. 46 winners. 28% Strike-rate
A P O’Brien – 158 runs. 29 winners. 18% Strike-rate
Roger Varian – 184 runs. 29 winners. 16% Strike-rate
Mark Johnston – 218 runs. 23 winners. 11% Strike-rate
Hosting two of Britain’s classics, Newmarket is the premier flat racing venue in Britain. As such, the top jockeys and trainers are unsurprisingly the “powerhouses”, with trainers tending to send their best horses to Newmarket to showcase their talent. You can find all the in-depth statistics above.
The Rowley Mile is a very wide track with the famous ‘dip’ a couple of furlongs from home. It’s not unusual for horses to struggle on this part of the track so you ideally want a well-balanced horse, or a horse proven to handle the track, both of which are considered in our tips. The Rowley Mile is also home to the longest straight in Britain at one mile and two furlongs, so getting cover, particularly against a strong wind is vital. With its long straight and uphill finish, it’s important to be on a horse that stays the trip well and jockeys will look to save vital energy for the final portion of the contest.
Due to the width and frequent use of the Rowley Mile, the rails are often moved which changes starting positions. As such there is no notable draw bias on the course, but it can pay to watch earlier races for an idea of which part of the track you want to be on, on any given day.
We have tips for all the major festivals which start in April with the Craven Meeting. The Guineas Festival takes place at the end of April/early May with the opening two classics of the season. The Cambridgeshire meeting in September features the 35 runner handicap it’s named after along with a pair of juvenile Group 1’s – The Middle Park and Cheveley Park. The Future Champions Festival in October has both the Fillies Mile and the Dewhurst, both key races for next year’s classic generation.
Across all your existing accounts, most bookmakers will have daily offers for their existing customers, including extra place races and price enhancements on many of the day’s best races. Make sure you shop around on the big days, as certain bookmakers will stand-out the rest with their offers!
Newmarket Free Bets
Whether it’s for the 2000 Guineas or the Cesarewitch Handicap, if you’re looking for a new bookmaker, you can use our free bets section to take advantage of all the current and best offers.
Tomorrow’s Newmarket Tips
With all of our big-race analysis going up the day before the action, whether you’re looking for a good thing in the Guineas or a well-handicapped sort in the Cesarewitch, you’ll have plenty of time to make your mind up with myracing!
Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0TF.
Admission prices vary for each meeting. For full pricing details call 0844 579 3010 or visit the website http://www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk/buy-tickets/ticket-prices/
How to Get There
Air – 11m, Cambridge Airport; light aircraft on Rowley Mile Course.
Road – SW of town on A11 London road. M11(Jctn9).
Rail – 13m, Cambridge Stn or express coach link (ev 15mins) with Stansted Express at Airport both from London Liverpool Street. Direct bus service to course, hourly rail service to Newmarket Stn, 2m from course.
Wheelchair access and viewing ramps, all enclosures,toilet facilities.