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Australia has more racecourses than any other country, 367 in total.
Carnival and Brisbane Winter Carnival.
The Australian horse racing calendar consists of 19,376 races that are held
across 2,694 meetings each year. Of these races, 19,281 are flat racing and 95
are classified as jump races.
The most well-known Australian race is the Melbourne Cup. It is a 3,200 metre
race for three-year-olds and older. It is the richest “two-mile” handicap in the
world, and one of the richest turf races. Conducted by the Victoria Racing Club
on the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria, the event starts at 3pm on
the first Tuesday in November. It is a truly International event with horses from
Ireland, Japan and France winning the race and horses from the UK, Hong Kong
and US running in the race.
Australian Racing has flat and jumps racing.
Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania
race in an anticlockwise direction. New South Wales, ACT and Queensland run
Jumps racing runs from April to August. Flat racing all year around.
The maximum number of runners the Tote can accommodate is 24, most races
in Victoria have between 8 to 15 runners. A minimum of 8 runners is required for
three place dividends.
Main types of racing are Group and Listed races, commonly known as Black
Type racing.
Age classic races are run for 2 and 3 year old horses.
Feature 2 year old races are Magic Millions (sales restricted race), Blue Diamond
Stakes and Golden Slipper.
Feature 3 year old races are the Derby’s (generally restricted to Colts and
Geldings although fillies can enter) and the Oaks (restricted to fillies only).
The Victoria Derby is one of the oldest horse races in Australia, with a history that
stretches back to 1855.
Australian horse racing form guides can be difficult to understand if you are not
familiar with horse racing. Lets take a look at a typical Australian horse racing
form guide:
Horse Details
The number 1 indicates the horse is carrying saddlecloth number 1 in this race.
The horse’s name is MARASCO and trained by Fred Kersley at Ascot. He has
drawn barrier 14 and is set to carry 57.5 kilograms in today’s race.
Colour, Type, Age & Breeding details
Marasco is a black gelding who is 6 year’s old and his sire is Scenic and his Dam
is Bluegrass Belle and he was foaled on 16/08/02.
Horse Racing Colours & Jockey
Marasco’s jockey has silks that are predominantly Yellow, with a Black Maltese
Cross and a Quartered cap, and his jockey for today’s race is William Pike.
Horse’s Career Stats and Win & Place Percentage
Marasco has had 27 career starts for 13 wins, 5 seconds and 1 third. He has
amassed prizemoney of $1,389,500 in his career to date. Marasco has won 13
races from 27 starts which is a 48% win strike and he has been placed 19 times
from 27 starts which is a 70% place strike.
There are 4 feature Australian Racing Carnivals throughout the year –
Melbourne Spring Carnival, Melbourne Autumn Carnival, Sydney Autumn
Career Spell / Track & Distance / Track Condition details
These figures show Marasco’s career record over a number of areas, including
returning from a spell, track and distance details, and track condition details.
Marasco has had 5 first-up runs from a spell for 2 wins, while he has had 15
starts at today’s track for 9 wins and one second placing. At the distance of
today’s race he has had 2 starts for just the one win. At this particular track over
the distance of today’s race he has had 1 start for no placings.
Marasco has had no starts on a Fast track. He has raced 25 times on a Good
track for 12 wins, 5 seconds and 1 third. On a Dead track he has had 2 starts for
just the one win. Marasco has had no starts on a Slow or Heavy track and he has
won races from 1200m to 1600m.
Horse’s previous run
Marasco finished 1st in a field of 10 at Belmont race track on Saturday 14th
of June over a distance of 1400m on a Good track with a limit weight of 53
kilograms. He contested a race worth $126.100 which was named the Belmont
Sprint and his jockey was P.J. Harvey and came out of barrier 2 and carried 60
He won the race by 1.25 lengths from Oroya Gold (carrying 53kgs) who was 2nd,
with Ripped running 3rd in a race time of 1-22.83. The starting price for Marasco
was $2.45.
When using a form guide you also need to be aware of common abbreviations
used to denote various factors in a horse’s recent form line.
1-9 = finished the race in 1st to 9th position
0 = finished the race further back than 9th
s = indicates a spell which is generally 3 months
f = fell during the running of the race
p = pulled up during the running of the race
l = lost rider during the running of the race
Letters are also used to indicate track and distance performance as outlined
B = beaten favourite last start
T = won at track of today’s race
D = won at distance of today’s race
C = won at both course & distance of today’s race
W = won in wet conditions
N = won at a night meeting
H = racing on home track
Here is an example of a typical race card:If a horse does not have any indicators such as number 4 Fortress, then it means
they have not met any of the criteria.
A form line of �11111’ is obviously beoer than a form line of �00000’ however it is
not always that black and white with horse racing. The horse with 5 wins in a row
may have won those 5 races in a much lower class, while the horse who finished
worse than 10th five times in a row may have raced in a much higher class and
only been beaten 2 to 4 lengths or so each race.
When studying a form guide you need to delve deeper into a horse’s recent form
and factor many things, including fitness, form, class, jockey, barrier, trainer and
so on. If you take the time to dissect a race you will have much more luck than
the average punter, who just has a quick glance at the form and makes a hasty
decision that more often than not sees him lose his money.
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