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Fixtures at York
Date Race Type
Wednesday 13th May 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Thursday 14th May 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 15th May 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 30th May 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 12th June 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 13th June 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 10th July 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 11th July 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 24th July 2015 Flat - Evening - Turf
Saturday 25th July 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Wednesday 19th August 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Thursday 20th August 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 21st August 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 22nd August 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Sunday 6th September 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 9th October 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 10th October 2015 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
The fixtures are reproduced under license to the British Horseracing Authority.(m326) ©British Horseracing Authority 2005 - 2015. The fixtures may be subject to alteration.

York Racecourse

Known as 'The Knavesmire', racing has been staged over this turf since 1731 and is without question one of the most attractive racecourses in the world. The highlight of each season is the prestigious three-day Ebor Meeting in August which features three Group 1 races. The Dante Meeting in May, also over three days, is another immensely popular fixture featuring a mix of classic trials, pattern races for older horses and top-class handicaps.

York Racecourse, Knavesmire Rd, York, North Yorkshire YO23 1EX. United Kingdom.
Official Website: http://www.yorkracecourse.co.uk/

The Effect of the Draw

Runners drawn very high and very low struggle in big-field sprints here, but the biggest draw bias lies over 1m2f85yds, where any runner drawn high in a big field faces a near-impossible task. Concentrate on the bottom seven stalls over 1m2f85yds in races with more than fourteen runners. Cross out the bottom four and top four stalls in sprints with eighteen runners or more.