This race record report will provide you with the Lifetime
Past Performances (PPs) of any individual Thoroughbred horse including their sales auction
data along with the Official Equibase® Speed Figure
in the past performance line. This PP race record
may be viewed in HTML or PDF format. Lifetime Past Performances will
remain available for you to review for 48 hrs after purchase.
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Included in this report is traditional PP information such as: date, track ,
race type, distance, split times, points of call with margins, Official Equibase® Speed Figure, comments and top
three finishers. Also included: earnings, year by year and totals summary race record (number of
starts, firsts, seconds, thirds and earnings) as well as all black-type wins and places summary,
a turf summary, plus any excellence information the horse may have
(i.e. champion 2-year-old filly, etc.). A summary of the horse’s minimum, maximum and average
winning distances, sales auction data and last four workouts are also provided. Some foreign horses with
no North American starts
may have no past performance data.
OFFICIAL EQUIBASE® SPEED FIGURE
The Official Equibase® Speed Figure tells
you how fast a horse has been running in its past races
with a single number. Its sophisticated algorithms are based on the horse's
actual time in combination with other factors, such as the
condition of the track. A horse running in stakes company
might earn a 90 speed figure, while a horse running in a claiming
race might earn a 60. The Official Equibase® Speed Figure has been equalized
for different tracks, distances and conditions, therefore
an 80 at Laurel Race Course is the same as an 80 at Philadelphia
Also included for the subject horse is a class performance index (CPI):
CLASS PERFORMANCE INDEX (CPI)
An index ranking which is calculated for each year and based on:
- Horses of the same sex (i.e. only males compared to males and females compared to females)
- Horses of the same age
- Horses racing the same year(s)
- Horses racing in the same countries
All of the criteria must match for the comparison to take place. To calculate a horse's CPI,
the horse's average earnings per start is compared to the average of the average earnings
per start of all like horses (i.e. if a horse's CPI is 5, then his average earnings per start
is five times greater than the average of all like horses).
Note: that this will never be a negative number.
A Starts Percentile Ranking (SPR) is given for the subject horse:
STARTS PERCENTILE RANKING (SPR)
A method of comparison developed by The Jockey Club Information Systems, Inc. SPR compares horses based on the following:
- Horses of the same sex (i.e. only males compared to males and females compared to females).
- Horses of the same age (i.e. 2 year olds, 3 year olds, 4 year olds and 5 year olds and up).
- Horses that race in the same year(s)
All three of the criteria must match for the comparison to take place.
To calculate a horse's SPR, the horse's average earnings per start are compared to the average earnings per start of like horses (i.e. same sex, age and year(s) record).
If a horse's SPR is 80, then it's average earnings per start are greater than 80% of like horses.