WARWICK FARM RACECOURSE

Warwick Farm Racecourse is situated in the South West suburb of Sydney called Warwick Farm. It isnít one of the premier racetracks in Sydney and as a consequence they mostly race in midweek rather than weekends. Itís a functional racecourse rather than a particularly attractive one.

Key Characteristics

Warwick Farm is a very tight racecourse. The circumference of the course is 1937 Metres, however the straight is only 320 metres, and due to the tight turns and short finishing straight the course tends to favour front runners as it is very hard to come from behind.

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Barrier analysis

1000 Metres
This barrier is located on a chute off the main course, and with a straight run of nearly 700 metres to the turn. There is virtually no barrier advantage.

1100 Metres
Similar to the 1000M start with such a long run to the turn. There is virtually no barrier advantage.

1200 Metres
Similar to the 1000M and 1100M starts with such a long run to the turn. There is virtually no barrier advantage.

1400 Metres
This barrier is located on a chute off the main course, and with a straight run of over 1000 metres to the turn. There is no barrier advantage.

1600 Metres
This barrier is located in a small chute off the course proper. There is a straight run of about 400 metres to the first turn. Inside barriers have an advantage.

2200 Metres
With only 300 metres to the turn and the nature of the tight course. Inside barriers are a significant advantage over this distance.