TRACK PROFILES ARE NOW READY

Trainer Profiles is excited to announce that, besides providing Trainer Profiles, we will now begin providing Track Profiles for every meet we cover. They will be updated nightly so that you can see how the track was running the previous day. You'll be able to see how a track is running based on Class (a single class or multiple classes), Surface, Running Style, Sprint Distance, Route Distance, Date Range, Trainer and Jockey. Multiple items can be selected.

Why is a track profiles useful? Many times you will hear people say that a particular race track is favoring early speed. However, those are usually general observations and are all inclusive for distance, class, and surface, which is usually not the case. Case and point, the most recent Belmont Meet, the track was classified as speed favoring, yet, for allowance races at 7.0 furlongs on the dirt, no horse won on the front end until almost 3/4 of the way through the meet. Could this knowledge have helped with horse picks and bet decisions? The answer is a resounding YES. You can beat this game with the right tools. Track Profiles is one of those tools, especially coupled with Trainer Profiles. Give it a try.

Below is an example of the results for the Hawthorne Fall meet, for Maiden Claiming Classes, on Dirt, for All Sprints, from 09/26/2008 to 12/09/2008.

Below is an example of the results for the Hawthorne Fall meet, for All Classes, on Turf, for all 8.0 Furlong Routes, from 09/26/2008 to 12/09/2008.

Below is an example of the results for the Hawthorne Fall meet, for All Classes, on Dirt, for All Sprints, for trainer W Catalano, from 09/26/2008 to 12/09/2008.

Below is an example of the results for the Hawthorne Fall meet, for All Classes, on Turf, for All Routes, for jockey T Thornton, from 09/26/2008 to 12/09/2008.