TVG Thoroughbred Full Past Performance Programs

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How to read TVG Thoroughbred Full Past Performance Programs

TVG Full Past Performance Programs provide a wealth of information on a horse's last 12 races, including detailed race conditions, fractional times, internal points of call, comments and up to 12 workouts for every horse. TVG's Full Past Performance Programs contain all the information the sophisticated racing fan needs, including Official Equibase® Speed Figures and Class Ratings. These programs are a logical progression for fans whose skills have been developed through TVG's Race Programs and TVG ClassGraphTM and SpeedGraphTM Program Supplements.

Official Equibase® Speed Figures
The 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 110 , while a horse running in a claiming race might earn an 80. The Equibase® Speed Figure has been equalized for different tracks, distances and conditions, therefore a 100 at Laurel Race Course is the same as a 100 at Philadelphia Park.
Speed Figures

Class Ratings
Official Equibase® Class Ratings
Official Equibase® Class Ratings represent the class of the field in each of the horse's prior races. A stakes race might have a class rating of 110 while an average claiming race with a good field might have a class rating of 80. The class rating has been equalized so that you can compare it between races at different tracks. A horse that has been successful in races with a class rating of 100 at Churchill Downs should be competitive in a race with a class rating of 100 at Aqueduct.

Race Conditions
Race conditions identify the requirements of a particular race, including age, sex, money or races won, weight carried and distance of the race.

Fractional Times
Fractional times are the intermediate times recorded by the pacesetting horse in a race and usually include the opening quarter-mile and half-mile times.

Internal Points of Call
Internal points of call identify a horse's position at various stages of a race and vary with the distance of the race.

Comments are the chartcaller's description of each horse's performance in a race as noted in the official race result chart.

Workouts are the recorded times of a horse's exercise.