Beginners Guide to Horse Racing

January 10, 2017

 
The Race Card 
Race Cards can be confusing and most people get in a right muddle when trying to work out  what is a good horse to bet on ? The images below are taken from the Racing Post. Its a huge amount of information for anyone to understand and decipher. 

 

 

 

 

The HRStats Race Card 
The HRStats Race Card is simplified into a form where the core information is displayed. All the confusing information on the cards above is consolidated into a simple score , The Higher the score the better the horse! Adding some extra components can make your bet more effective and this system is consistently better overall.
 
HRStats Race Card 
 
C - Won on this course before.
D - Won at this distance before.
CD - Won on this course at this distance before.
BF - Beaten Favourite.
 
TOT/HORSE POSITION  - 3.3 in the image above. This is an overall scoring for the horses previous races, in other words his latest form simplified into a core number , the higher the number the better the horse has run in his past races. Newly added info , distance beaten is now added into the scoring
 
Win Ratios  - The higher the number across all 3 stages the better the horse jockey trainer partnership. This is a very important component to Horse Racing.
 
Using these indicators will give you a better idea of how good your selection really is.
 
The above example for HRStats Race Card - it's consistently accurate over long periods of time. The common Race Card needs to reach out to a wider audience and at HRStats we believe our Race Card can be easily understood by a beginner to a more experience race goer. 
 
Result for the example
 
Let us do the hard work, and you have more time to enjoy the racing !
 
 
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