The horse rating awarded is central but racecourse
form can also be important and this is where we can find out just how a
runner stacks up against others in the field, each runner has five
accompanying gauges which lets the user see how well the runner has done
at the course where todays racing is taking place.
These charts will instantly let the user know where
the runner lines up as it is displayed in green and are displayed for
the horse, sire, dam, jockey and also for the trainer, all runners In a
race are shown here which means that we can easily compare one runner
against another to see which comes out best in this area.
So for example if we were interested in the jockey
for our runner we can see that itâ€™s the forth gauge which we are after
and we can quickly see if the pointer is in the above average or below
area and by scrolling down the page we can compare our jockey against
others in the race which we are viewing so easy enough to do.
There is not much else to rely to you about this
area apart from the fact that the horse name appears over the five
gauges so there should be no problems location the runner which you are
after and gathering the information to help make the right selection in
any racing event which is taking place on a UK racecourse.
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)
When Richard Hannon has a runner which last ran between 19 and 40 day ago they are classed as in a good winning zone as this where at least 30% of their winners come from.