Favourites By Day Of Year
This is another area of the Jadwiz form guide which
can be very useful and while not strictly part of the normal way in
which we study form it can be beneficial to punters knowing which days
of the year favourite have done well so lets take a look at what can be
found here in this section of the Jadwiz form guide.
You can find information for any favourite from
first down to the tenth for either flat or jump racing and the
information is split into a couple of sections and these are as follows
with â€˜All Racesâ€™ being the first which as it says includes all race
results and you can easily find the race date that you are after by
using the drop down boxes.
is â€˜Handicap And Non Handicap Raceâ€™ followed by â€˜Handicap Racesâ€™ then
â€˜Non-Handicap Racesâ€™ and â€˜Jump Racesâ€™, each of these areas is split into
a further six zones which are based on the class of race, example class
one, two, three, four, five and six which means you get a good view of
where the days favourite stands when compared to others.
For jump racing the area is split into the
following zones, All Hurdle Races, Non-Handicap Races, Handicap Hurdle
Races, All Chase Races, Non-Handicap Chase Races and Handicap Chase
Races so there is plenty of information which the user can get stuck
into here in the section of the Jadwiz form guide.
So extra information which can also make use of
here and if thatâ€™s not enough we could even delve a little deeper by
taking a look at where the Jadwiz ratings have done well and we can do
this by using the results section of the form guide and here we can find
out which area of the form guide suits which racecourses best, so all
this coming up next.
Before we move onto the next help topic there is a short video below
which you should watch which will give you a better understanding of the
layout and how this area works
Ruby Power (IRE)
Right next section which is the trainer and jockey zone and this runner does very well as the jockey is in the zone and so is the trainer, however in the case of Richard Hannon it is a bit lower down but not that much so on the whole I think above average.