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Fixtures at Ripon
Date Race Type
Thursday 19th April 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 28th April 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Friday 11th May 2018 Flat - Evening - Turf
Sunday 20th May 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Wednesday 30th May 2018 Flat - Evening - Turf
Thursday 7th June 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Wednesday 20th June 2018 Flat - Evening - Turf
Thursday 21st June 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 9th July 2018 Flat - Evening - Turf
Monday 16th July 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 21st July 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 6th August 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 13th August 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 18th August 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Monday 27th August 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Tuesday 28th August 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
Saturday 29th September 2018 Flat - Afternoon - Turf
The fixtures are reproduced under license to the British Horseracing Authority.(m326) ©British Horseracing Authority 2005 - 2018. The fixtures may be subject to alteration.

Ripon Racecourse

Set in the Yorkshire Dales, Ripon is an undulating course with a long five-furlong run-in that has proven a very popular track with locals and tourists alike. The highlight of their year is the Great St Wilfrid Handicap, sponsored by William Hill and is one of the leading sprint races of the season, which takes place during August. One of the most attractive racecourses in Britain, the course delivers a lively and friendly atmosphere ideal for families.

Ripon Racecourse, Boroughbridge Road, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 1UG. Official Website: http://www.ripon-races.co.uk/

The Effect of the Draw

High numbers are definitely best in big-field sprints, particularly on soft ground. But when there are 15 runners or fewer, low numbers, who race nearest the stand rail, are favoured. Put a line straight through anything drawn 7-13. High numbers are just about best on the round course. Concentrate on the top four stalls over 5f and 6f with more than sixteen runners, and the bottom six stalls otherwise. Cross out all runners drawn between 7 and 13 in sprints.