5 Star racecards and betting forecasts for select races. The stars are used to represent each of the horses respective form and ability. They include an explanation of how to use the racecards to assess a race, plus have a forum for comments.
Ratings card that consists of two main sections: the runner list and the filters.
The runner list shows information about all the runners in the race. There is one line per runner with various columns, some of which can be sorted. Initially the racecard is sorted by speed, and only races run in the last 6 months are included in the runners formlines.
There are 16 different filters that can be applied to the runners list section, including:
Red card speed ratings providing their top 2 rated horses, for every race, based on a number of factors in their complex selection process. They also provide their best bet of the day and special forecast bets.
Computer calculated speed ratings, converted to use the same scale as the UK handicapping system. Ratings are calculated for every race taking place in UK, Ireland, France, USA and Dubai, so you can compare worldwide form.
They analyse the form of every horse race in the UK and Ireland, plus some race meetings worldwide, to provide a ranked list of horses, in order of likelihood to win. Membership to their service is on a monthly subscription basis.
Daily ratings for all UK horse races, available via monthly subscription. Disappointingly their web site provides very little information about their ratings apart from mentioning a few recent results based upon the top 3 rated horses.
Ratings service designed to help punters narrow the field so they can concentrate on the real contenders. Ratings are produced using their computerised analysis system that selects the top 3 rated horses from each race.