Much of the time found in programs, Equibase offers a fundamental and a premium past performance data provider. In the course of the most recent five years they’ve additionally added an increasingly visual way to read their Entries Plus product that presentations fundamental data as shading bars in various colors, reference diagrams and line charts.
You can utilize a pared down adaptation of Entries with the expectation of complimentary that incorporates data on profit, wins per begins, begins, win% and wins or buy an exceptional form that incorporates more information. They likewise offer free examples and a convenient “How to Read an Equibases’ Past Performance” for both the fundamental and premium adaptation.
Different items from Equibase incorporate Tablet Handicapper and Pocket Handicapper, that permit you use Equibases items on your tablet or telephone (the two iOS and Android). There’s additionally an iPad application called iPP.
Equibase likewise has a helpful instructional exercise where you can mouse over segments and get a clarification of the information focuses.There are various sections on equibase to search through to find statistical information on jockeys, horses, trainers going back decades.
I like all of the various sections on the site where you can easily recall stats on all racing records dating back years. Who is the biggest money earning jockey, trainer and owner. Race records that are diligently kept such as clicking on a horses sire or dam and it brings you to their records page where you could literally keep clicking through Equibase generation after generation. You can also search the auction portion under each horse. Most of the times it will tell you how much a horse was sold for and what sale, or if it was sold more than once. Obviously if your searching this and you see a horse that was sold once as a yearling and then as a two year old for a considerable amount more there may be a legitimate reason.
When searching the race results also called the charts, these charts show you a series of things such as; how much the race was ran for in purse or (class), age of the horses entered in the race, date of the race, specific track, order of finish with final odds shown. The Equibase site will show you how much each horse earns for their placing, and will denote how much was in the win, place and show pool The chart also shows you or separates out the winning connections in this example below;
Winner: Yes It’s Persia, Bay Mare, by Yes It’s True out of Frieda, by Local Talent. Foaled Feb 12, 2008 in Kentucky. Breeder: Mojallali Stables, Inc..Winning Owner: Thomas E. Rozantz Scratched Horse(s):Happy Wac (Trainer)
All of the information that Equibase puts out is relevant on several levels for instance the charts portion also talks about the race and how it was run, with comment lines that discuss things like traffic trouble, interference, horses being carried wide, if the horse went to the lead. There is a numerical chart that show the distance and margins each horse ran or finished in front of the other.
The bottom of the Equibase charts show all of the trainers and owners that were entered in the race along with the foot note section where it summarizes word for word how the race ran;
“YES IT’S PERSIA was well placed early, rallied in mid stretch three wide closed stoutly and drew clear late under strong handling.” This information here basically will give handicappers or trainers and jockeys an idea verbally how the race was viewed physically. The data from the Equibase charts page alone is so valuable.