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My Races Management

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The My Races feature lets you track all horses in a race in their subsequent runs, using the Notify Me function. If a horse subsequently runs and meets your criteria it will be displayed within My Qualifiers

Saving A Race (Notify Me)

To add a race to My Races, go to any race result and click 'Notify Me'. You can access results in many ways including from jockey/trainer/horse records and of course by using the results and advanced results search facilities.

You may like to follow certain races.because you believe future winners will come from them, perhaps you have noticed a trend from previous runnings.

When you have successfully loaded the result of the race you want to follow all horses from, in the top right hand corner you will see a selection of options. One of these is 'Notify Me', which is the option to save and follow - you have the option to add a text comment, this can be particularly useful if you have several saved races at a time. You can also decided how many races you would like to follow each horse for (up to 4). The number of races you can save is defined by the type of account you have.

Managing My Races

By row, showing each of your saved races you can view all the vital information. Data includes.

  • Monitored Number Confirmation - The number of races you are monitoring.
  • Race Details - Date, Track, Race Name, Distance, Class, Going
  • Description - The text description you applied. Change this by clicking the Change link at the end of the row
  • Runs - The number of runs for each horse in the race you are to be notified
  • Management Options - Links to the relevant race result and form follow areas plus an option to change your preferences.
  • Delete option - Click the red X to remove the race from My Races. To remove several races at once, use the Multi Delete option.

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