On Racedays Racecards are available from the Racecard sales point just beside the Tote to the left of the turnstile upon entering the racecourse.
How do I read the race information?
Horse racing is full of statistics and information. This can appear overwhelming but it's what makes the sport so compelling for so many. The racecard gives you all the key information on the runners and riders as well as some quick and simple clues to help pick a winner. All the necessary information is on the race card, including the times of each race and the distance the races are run over.
It lists all the runners and riders and will also highlight the colours worn by the jockeys and their saddlecloth numbers. Each owner has their own unique colours.
What is the form?
Form is simply a history of a horse's previous performances. A series of numbers and letters appears beside each horse's name depicting what position a horse has finished in its previous races. Useful abbreviations relating to the results of previous races are: 0 = not in the first nine, R = refused, U = the rider was unseated, P = pulled up and F = Fell.
If you wish to see the card for racing before Racedays please check the link below and select the appropriate date you wish to check. Please be aware that some cards will not online until a few days before racing due to entries.