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Fixtures at Pontefract
Date Race Type
Tuesday 9th April 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 15th April 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Wednesday 1st May 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 24th May 2019 Flat - Evening - Turf
Monday 10th June 2019 Flat - Evening - Turf
Sunday 23rd June 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 1st July 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Tuesday 9th July 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 19th July 2019 Flat - Evening - Turf
Sunday 28th July 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Wednesday 7th August 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Sunday 18th August 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Thursday 19th September 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Thursday 26th September 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 7th October 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 21st October 2019 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
The fixtures are reproduced under license to the British Horseracing Authority.(m326) ©British Horseracing Authority 2005 - 2019. The fixtures may be subject to alteration.

Pontefract Racecourse

Set in West Yorkshire, Pontefract is one of the most popular tracks in the north of England and produces many course specialists. Being a stiff, undulating two-mile track, the emphasis is firmly placed on stamina in the staying races but front runners are ideally suited to this track in sprints where an inside, low draw is important.

Pontefract Racecourse, Pontefract Park, Park Rd, Pontefract, Wakefield WF8 4QD.
Official Website: http://www.pontefract-races.co.uk/

The Effect of the Draw

Low numbers should do best here, purely because the course turns left all the way, but that doesn't work out in practice. Indeed, high numbers are best when the going is heavy, as the ground on the inside rail soon gets chewed up.