Jockey Trainer Favourites
Jockey and trainer area of the form guide informs
the user how either the jockey or trainer lines up against others in the
race and this information can be found not only for the favourite but
also the second, third and all the way down to the tenth favourite so is
very useful as it covers a number of different race types.
Comparing one jockey or trainer against another is
very easy as they are all contained on one page and the information
covers a number of areas which are relevant to the days racing event and
these are â€˜Race Type Handicap Stakesâ€™ which is means how they get on in
either handicap or non-handicap races and the results relate to todays
So if todays is a handicap then the gauge displays
how they stack up against others in handicap races, next up is â€˜All
Course Race Typeâ€™ which displays gauges compare other runners in the
race based on the type of racing event which they are contesting today,
there are others so lets move on and see what they are.
The gauge you will come across is the â€˜All Course
Handicap Stakesâ€™ which is similar to the first but only takes into
account races which have been run at todays racecourse where the event
is being staged, next up is the â€˜Race Class Handicap Stakesâ€™ and again
similar but only includes data from races which where the same class as
Moving on to the next gauge and this time itâ€™s the
â€˜All Course Race Classâ€™ which means all data for trainer or jockey is
used provided it was the same class of race as which is being run today
and finally itâ€™s the â€˜All Course Racesâ€™ which means basically all races
have been used when gathering the favourite results.
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
What An Angel (GB)
Do not think we should include this runner in the final reckoning as the form looks average and even todays jockey only received a middling mark in the course specialists area so lets pass on this one here.