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Bath Betting Odds

Bath racecourse is located on Lansdown Hill in Somerset, situated 780 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest courses in the country. Flat racing takes place through the season.

Bath Racecourse

Chutes on the back straight provide 1m 3.5f, and 1m starts. The home straight is uphill for the final four furlongs, and provides a stiff finish. There is no straight sprint track, but a chute on the home straight provides 5f and 5.5f starts. The home straight turns slightly to the left most of the way, and a furlong from the finish there is a distinct kink to the left. The finish is deceptively stiff, and over all trips horses who come from behind are at an advantage. Horses with winning form at the track are worth noting.
Draw bias: Theoretically low draws should be best over the sprint trips, and even up to a mile, as the track turns left slightly for the final few furlongs so those drawn low can take the shortest route. However, there is a tendency for those drawn low to get drawn into going off too quickly and allowing those drawn high to be held up and come with a late run. A prominent runner will be better off drawn low, but at the same time he will be vulnerable to something coming from off the pace.

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