Daily Racing Form National Digital Edition : 2019-02-11
PARX RACING : 26 : 24
PAST PERFORMANCE EXPLANATION Daily Racing Form Past Performance for display purposes only. exclusive feature highlighted in Reverse Type Color, Sex, Reported Gelded Date, Age, Birth Month; Where sold at auction, year, price; Sire (sire’s sire), Dam (dam’s sire); Breeder, State or Country of foaling; Trainer with record at meet, record year to date Lifetime record on dirt fast track Lifetime record on wet tracks Lifetime record on synthetic tracks Lifetime record in turf races Record at today’s distance and surface Lifetime record in all races Record for current year Record for previous year Record at today’s track First-Time Gelding Medication, Weight to be carried today; “L” in reverse type indicates first-time Lasix Indicates blinker change from last start Betting Number, Horse, Country of origin (if foreign), Morning Line odds, Owner, Silks, Jockey with record at meet, record year to date TimeformUS Early/Late Ratings Best Beyer Figure Categories Tomlinson Ratings Today's claiming price Stud Fee Blinkers ON Date, Race number, Track, Track condition, Distance, Surface G L 119 TimeformUS Pace: Early 111 Late 65 Layoff line:single line indicates 45 days or more(double line indicates year or more) Pace Symbol Fractional times for horse in lead, Final time of winner, Age, Sex, Restrictions, Class of race, Purse, Jockey, Apprentice allowance follows jockey’s name Medication, Weight, Equipment Odds to $1, (* indicates favorite, e indicates coupled entry, f indicates field) Speed rating, Track variant First three finishers, Margins, Comment Beyer Speed Figure Post Position/Field size, Fractional calls with margins, Finish with margin Claiming high/low range Italics indicate horse finished first in his next start. indicates prior meeting(s) Key race indicator First call margins in routes Bold Workouts: date, track, distance, track condition, final time, comment, ranking Trainer Form At the track Overall record Jockey/Trainer combinations Record of “claimed from” trainer Note: Past performance was altered for illustrative purposes. NEW PACE SYMBOLS ABBREVIATIONS FOR TYPES OF RACES SYMBOLS Inner dirt track Disqualified (symbol located next to odds and in company line) Dead-Heat (symbol located in company line if horses are among first three finishers) Dead-Heat (symbol used next to finish position) Race for 3-year-olds and up Race for state-breds only Restricted race for horses who meet certain conditions Race for fillies, or fillies and mares Main turf course Inner turf course Race taken off turf About distance Start at infield chute All weather track C CLOSERS - Favored - Extremely Favored • Quickly identify race flows that favored a specific running style Alw 15000N1X Non-winners of one race (or more, depending on the number after N) other than maiden, claiming or starter. Used for non-winners of up to 5 races “other than” Non-winners of one race (or more, depending on the number after N) in, or since, a specified time period. Non-winners of two (or more, depending on the number after N) races lifetime Non-winners of a specific amount of money in a specified time period Non-winners of one (or more, depending on the number after N) races at a mile or over in a specified time period Non-winners of a specific amount of money OR races at a mile or over in, or since, a specified time period Non-winners of one (or more) stakes lifetime Non-winners of one (or more) turf races Non-winners of one or more turf races at a mile or more Allowance race with no conditions Allowance race with multiple conditions or restrictions Starter allowance (number indicates minimum claiming price horse must have started for to be eligible) CLOSERS • Easily find horses that may be better/worse than their PPs indicate S SPEEDS - Favored - Extremely Favored Alw 15000N1Y SPEEDS Alw 15000N2L TRAINER FORM nd Alw 15000N$Y Comprehensive Trainer Form Statistics: There are 36 trainer statistics that DRF is tracking, covering every trainer’s record over this year and last year in a variety of situations. Up to 6 of these categories will show up under the bottom PP, depending on the number of applicable statistics. Each trainer stat will list: Alw 15000N1m Category (12 0.17 $1.83) Alw 15000N$mY • the number of Starts for the trainer in this category, Alw 15000N1S Alw 15000N1T Alw 15000NmT Alw 150000NC Alw 15000c Alw 15000S Total Number of Starts Winning percentage Return on a $2 bet • the Win Percentage for the trainer in this category • and the $2.00 Return On Investment for the trainer in this category. BEYER SPEED FIGURES CLM (10-9) Claiming race (entered to be claimed for $10,000) G First-time Gelding Recent Keeneland sales graduate Every performance by every horse in North America is assigned a Beyer Speed Figure that reflects the time of the race and the inherent speed of the track over which it was run, permitting easy comparisons of efforts at different distances and tracks. In this system, 2 1/2 points are roughly equal to one length in sprints and 2 points to one length in routes. Clm 10-9000N2L Non-winners of two races (or more, depending on the number after n) lifetime Non-winners of two races (or more, depending on the number after n) other than those described in the conditions of a race. Non-winners of one race (or more) in, or since, a specified time period. Non-winners of one race (or more) at a mile or over in, or since, a specified time period Non-winners of a specific amount of money in, or since, a specified time period Non-winners of a specific amount of money OR races at a mile or over in, or since, a specified time period Claiming race with multiple conditions or restrictions Claiming stakes (number indicates claiming price) Optional claiming race with allowance condition Entered NOT to be claimed Starter handicap race. Number indicates minimum claiming price horse must have started for to be eligible OTHER CONDITIONS BEYER SCALE The best horses in the country Good allowance horse or low-grade stakes horse A typical $25,000 claiming race A typical $10,000 claiming race Bottom level $2,500 claimers at smaller tracks 115 + 100 + - Clm 10-9000N2X EQUIPMENT & MEDICATION 90 + - 80 + - 57 +- Clm 10-9000 1 b f Blinkers Front bandages Butazolidin N Y B Clm10-9000N1mY Clm10-9000N$Y TRACK CONDITIONS TIMEFORM RATINGS Clm10-9000N$mY DIRT TRACKS fst wf gd sly my sl hy fr TURF & STEEPLECHASE hd fm gd yl sf hy Fast Wet-Fast Good Sloppy Muddy Slow Heavy Frozen Clm10-9000B Clm Stk 10000 OC 40k/n2x-N Hard Firm Good Yielding Soft Heavy Though the numerical comparison between Timeform Ratings and Beyer Speed Figures is not exactly connected, the most often used rule of thumb is
which does seem to produce a strong correlation between the two 140+ 130–135 – An outstanding horse – Above average Grade 1
Stakes winner – Typical Grade 1 winner – Typical Grade 2 winner – Typical Grade 3 winner Timeform Rating minus 13 = 125–129 115–124 110–115 Hcp 10000S Beyer Figure, WORKOUT LINE Md Sp Wt 8k Moc 40000 Md 32000 (32-30) Handicap 40k Maiden Special Weight race (for non-winners), purse value Maiden Optional Claiming race Maiden Claiming race (entered to be claimed for $32,000) Overnight handicap race (purse of $40,000) TOMLINSON RATINGS Best of day/distance Breezing Driving Worked around dogs Easily Worked from gate Handily Training track Training race Workout ranking Wood Chips All weather track z Daily Racing Form past performances contain a special set of ratings called Tomlinson Ratings. These ratings appear in the career box above each horse’s past performance. These three separate ratings (from 0 to 480) are based on a horse's breeding, and its likely aptitude for wet tracks, the turf, and compatibility with today's scheduled race distance. Distance ratings reflect all performances, regardless of whether races are run on dirt, turf or synthetic surfaces. A wet rating of 320+ is a horse that merits further consideration on a muddy or sloppy track. The distance ratings, with a rating of 320 considered average, might prove especially useful when handicapping horses who may be better suited for sprints, middle distances or route races. Tomlinson Ratings are especially useful in maiden races, 2-year-old races, races switched to a main track listed as “sloppy” or “muddy,” horses trying mud, slop, or turf for the first or second time, or horses stretching out in distance. B D (d) E g H tr.t TR Ky Derby-G1 Graded Stakes race, with name of race (North American races are graded in order of status, with G1 being the best) Ungraded, but named Stakes race (H indicates handicap) Purse value is $40,000 PrincetonH 40k 3/25 (W)
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