FLAT: Right handed, galloping. The pear-shaped course is just over a mile and a half in extent, with a stiff uphill finish of just over three furlongs. In races over seven furlongs and further, a prominent position on the home turn is often an advantage. Although the turns are easy, it provides a stiff test of stamina, especially for two-year-olds early in the season. When the ground becomes testing, jockeys tend to switch to the stand side in the straight.

NATIONAL HUNT: Right handed, undulating, most galloping. Notably stiff track on account of the home straight being uphill, though as a result many races are steadily run with riders keen to conserve their mount's energy (rarely have big fields). Fences are notably undemanding, and prominent tactics have looked an advantage in recent season, perhaps linked to the downhill stretch between 5 out and 4 out. Almost invariably extremely testing ground in mid-winter.

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