- Horse Racing Form Guide on Desktop
- Where Can I Find Short Form on Desktop?
- What Info Does Short Form Show?
- What is Full Form?
- Where do I find a Horses Full Form?
- What are Speed Maps?
- Where do I find Speed Maps?
- How do I use Speed Maps?
You can find the Short Form on a Horse by clicking on its name from a race page.
Wet Rating - A rating out of 100 for the runners performance in wet track conditions and is related to Slow and Heavy conditions
Dry Rating - A rating out of 100 for the runners performance in dry track conditions and is related to Fast, Good and Dead conditions
Market Mover - The runner who has been best backed by the punters
Blackbook Comments on the Racecard - Any selection that you have Blackbooked will be displayed on the racecard along with any personal comments you have made.
Fluctuation Graph - A graph that displays the fixed odds price movements of the runner
Prize Money: The amount of money the runner has earned in winnings shown in AUD.
Career: Number of career starts, and the amount of win, second, and third places. In the above example, in 6 races 'The Sands' has won none, came second in two and came third in none.
Win %: Percentage of races this horse has won.
Place %: Percentage of races this horse has placed.
Our Thoroughbred Full Form gives a race overview, Speedmaps, a race-by-race history of runners, our Precitor and a tool to compare two horses side by side. shows a detailed race-by-race history for all runners the race.
Once you've got the Short Form open from clicking on its name from an event page, click on the 'View Long Form' button at the bottom of the Short Form.
Our animated Speed Maps show where the horse is expected to settle in the run. They also show the likely pace of a race e.g. the more horses at the front of the speed map, the more 'pace' in the race, the more at the back then the less.
Speed Maps can be found by clicking 'Full Form' at the top of the race and clicking through to the Speedmap tab.
Speed Maps can be replayed by tapping the 'replay' button.
Horses closer to the left of screen are deemed slower while horses closer to the right of screen are deemed faster. When a horse is scratched or has no speed available this will be indicated by text next to the box number.