Race Runner Form
So we have read a little about how we can make use
of the racecourse favourites information and we are now moving onto a
race and the runner details which is found by clicking the required
â€˜Race Timeâ€™ button found on the meetings page and there is a lot of very
good information to be found on this page which we will work through.
The first section contains the race details which
is colour code blue and in this area we can find all the relevant
information about the event along with a description of the course which
can be handy to know along with other details when we are checking any
of the runners past races as it can help build a picture of what is
Also in this section there is a series of buttons
which we can use to quick navigate from race to race or even go back to
the full days list of race meetings, so the race details header section
has now been covered and we will now move onto what information we can
discover about each of the individual runners in the event.
The first thing you will notice is each runner has
its own box which is colour coded green as apposed to blue which is used
for the race details and this is the area which we will be taking a look
at here, some of this is standard stuff you would expect to see but
there is a fair amount of extra information available to the user.
Starting left of the top section we see past form
for the runner along with the horse name and underneath this
is the horse age, sex, sire, dam and the stall which
the runner will emerge from if the event is being run on the flat, on
the far right hand side is the Jadwiz rating for the runner and the top
rated is always 100 and bottom is one.
The next section on the left hand side displays
trainer, jockey name along with the weight the runner is set to carry
and whether it will be wearing any type of headgear for the event, on
the right of this there are four write ups which can help when you are
making a selection and we will move onto these pieces of information
The four writes which are contained in this next
section are racecourse form, head to heads and also the winning zone
details for both the trainer and jockey with the final piece being the
generally conclusion for the runner, so thatâ€™s it as far as these write
ups are concerned which leaves the eight colour coded buttons found
under each runner in a race.
As I said these eight buttons are colour coded to
display how well the runner performs in that area with green letting us
know they are above average, amber which is average and red which as you
may very well of guessed is poor and when one of these buttons are click
we can view extra information about that area and we will start with
past runner form.
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
Macho Boy (IRE)
With no real standout form to this ones name and a jockey who in the course specialists area was not top rank we can only assume the outcome of this race would be the same, so not much point backing it here.