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Fixtures at Chester
Date Race Type
Wednesday 10th May 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Thursday 11th May 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Friday 12th May 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 27th May 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 10th June 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Friday 30th June 2017 Flat - Turf - Evening
Saturday 1st July 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 15th July 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 29th July 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Sunday 6th August 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 26th August 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 2nd September 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Friday 15th September 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 16th September 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
Saturday 7th October 2017 Flat - Turf - Afternoon
The fixtures are reproduced under license to the British Horseracing Authority.(m326) ©British Horseracing Authority 2005 - 2017. The fixtures may be subject to alteration.

Chester Racecourse

One of the most popular tracks in the world, Chester's facilities blend in well with the ancient charm of the course where racing enthusiasts can elect to watch the action from viewpoints as diverse as the Roman walls overlooking the track or the modern County Stand. The three-day May meeting and the Sunday fixture in August attract huge crowds and it is advisable to arrive early. A round, tight, left-handed track, the action is never far away and the contours provide exhilarating, non-stop action.

Chester Racecourse, Grey Friars, Chester CH1 2LY.
Official Website: http://www.chester-races.co.uk/

The Effect of the Draw

Low numbers are easily best, especially in races of up to 7f122yds. Runners drawn high either have to use up early energy to get into position, or drop in behind and risk almost certain traffic problems. Basically, if your horse isn't drawn 1-6, save your money