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Flat Horse Racing

Flat Horse Racing - Introduction

Flat Horse Racing simply means Horse Racing when there are no obstacles - such as fences or hurdles - such as there are in National Hunt Racing. Flat Racing takes place on 'the turf' i.e. on normal simple grass!! All Weather Flat Racing, which is staged at Lingfield, Southwell and Wolverhampton is really a special case of Flat Racing, and from a form point of view its a good idea to look at Turf Flat Racing as Different from the All Weather

Flat Horse Racing - The Season

Flat Horse Racing takes place generally from mid April through to late October. All Weather Flat Racing, as the name suggests carries on right throughout the year

Flat Horse Racing - The Courses

There are a large number of courses that stage Flat Racing. Some only stage Flat Racing and some also stage Jumping Meetings. Uniquely, Lingfield, stages all three types of racing as it offers Flat Racing both on the Turf and on the All Weather but also stages Jumping Meetings

Flat Horse Racing - Course Specialists

Some courses are regarded as producing 'Course Specialists' - i.e. horses that perform well at certain courses only despite their previous form. These horses are always worth looking out for as the bookies will have put them at a bigger price than their 'true' form warrants!!

Courses that regularly throw up Course Specialists include:

  • Ascot
  • Beverley
  • Brighton
  • Carlisle
  • Catterick
  • Chester
  • Epsom
  • Goodwood
  • Lingfield
  • Newcastle
  • Newmarket
  • Pontefract

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