The most revealing statistic to examine is win percentage, as it represents the profit the tipster has made from their selections at Randwick to date. For example, if one tipster's win percentage is 125%, that would mean that for every hundred dollars bet, you would see a return of $225, with one-hundred-and-twenty-five dollars profit. Alternatively, a win percentage of 30% would mean a return of $130 from an outlay of $100, representing $30 profit.
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About Randwick Racecourse
The home of racing in Sydney, Randwick Racecourse is located in Sydney's eastern suburbs, six kilometres south of Sydney's CBD. Since the first races were held at there back in 1833, Randwick has become not only one of the most iconic racetracks in the country, but a cauldron for equine excellence in all of Australasia. Also known as Royal Randwick owing to a visit from horse-lover Queen Elizabeth II in 1992, the prestigous racecourse recently added The Everest to its almanac of races, which is contested over 1200 metres and is the richest turf race in the world.
With a bevy of Group Ones, Randwick Racecourse has more high-quality racing than any other track in the country. The autumn carnival, and particularly the Championships in April are the highlight, featuring races such as the Australian Derby, the Australian Oaks, the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and the unofficial fifth race of the 'big four', the Doncaster Handicap. The racecourse is widely considered to have the best mile start of any track in Australia, giving all horses an equal opportunity and ensuring a truly run race. As well as the Doncaster in the autumn, the Epsom in the spring is another quality mile race held at the track.
The Randwick track is noted for offering horses an even chance when racing on the famous track, giving every horse and racing pattern a chance to triumph. It's home straight is 410 metres long and is noted for its rise just after the tight turn into the straight, reflecting the undulating surfaces of tracks in England. Experienced jockeys are aware that it is a grave mistake to ask too much of their mount coming up the short rise, which would potentially throw their horse off balance and spell the end of its chances.