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Updates

  • Advanced link added for next days cards
  • Further improvements to Changes feature
  • New shortcut added - Horses who won last three races
  • New shortcut added - Horses who placed in last three races
  • Switch Horse feature added to the Horse Summary
  • Race card number added to the Switch Horse feature within the Profiler
  • Exact yards, rail adjustments and fences/hurdles also added to results
  • Exact yards and any rail adjustments added to the race cards
  • Number of fences/hurdles added to the race cards
  • New shortcut added - Horses running over longer distance than LR
  • New shortcut added - Horses running over shorter distance than LR
  • Advanced link added to all of today's race cards - display in line with the Advanced section of results
  • Race card number, 30 day Trainer and Jockey form added to the Advanced tab of all race results
  • New feature added - Changes
  • New feature added - My Daily Picks. At the end of every row on the race card you will see a + or -. Click to add/remove from My Daily Picks. View qualifiers in the usual area (v4 only)
  • Track/Dist Form added to Advanced tab of all race results
  • New shortcut added - Horses with different headgear v LR
  • New shortcut added - Todays Market Movers - FC v Early
  • Shortcut Trainers/Jockeys/Horses having first ever runner/ride/run in UK/IRE extended to show the stallion, dam and foal date for horses having their first run.
  • New feature added, Last 10 report.
  • Owner data extended with 20 more major owners added
  • 4 new shortcuts added - Horses running in higher grade than 2nd last race/lower grade than 2nd last race/higher grade than 3rd last race/lower grade than 3rd last race.
  • RaceType column added to the One Day Ratings download
  • Dam added as option to My Daily Report


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