Saturday sees the last day of the racing flat season.
The big race of the day is the November Handicap at Doncaster.
With such races where one has many years of past race
runnings to consider a fair analysis approach would be to use
a big race trends style approach.
In short this is all about examining many years past runnings
of the race to seek statistical clues about the profile of past winners.
Discovering horse traits that are negative can be a big aid too.
Once you know common qualities exhibited by past winners or
past losers you can go about checking this years runners to see how
they score for both desirable and undesirable form characteristics.
So for the November Handicap what sort of characteristics
should you be looking for ?
At this point I am not going to re invent the wheel.
Instead I am going to point you over to some detailed research work
carried out by horse racing analyst Guy Ward as he has popped
researched stats for the big race at Doncaster up on a webpage for you.