GOOD TO SOFT, Good in places on hurdle course; GoingStick: Chs 7.7, Hdl 8.0
GOOD, Good to soft in places on hurdle course; GoingStick: Chs 7.5, Hdl 7.2
Hurdle course - GOOD TO SOFT, Good in places
SOFT, Heavy in back straight; some good to soft in straight; GoingStick: Chs 6.4, Hdl 6.8
GOOD TO SOFT, Soft in places; GoingStick 8.2
SOFT, Good to soft in places; GoingStick: Hdl 4.6, Chs 5.4
SOFT, Good to soft in places; GoingStick 8.0
The Eclipse File interactive racecard will be, for many people, the first glance you get at the make up of 'tomorrow's' races. The great advantage with the Eclipse File racecard is that it completely interactive and comes filled with all the usual identifiers such as whether blinkers, a visor or a tongue strap is applied and on the flat, of course, significantly where a horse has been drawn. Additionally you can see whether a horse has won over the course, the distance or, perhaps, course and distance. It is so easy to spot course specialists.
More importantly, however, is the option to see the exclusive Eclipse File data included on the racecard. For instance, you will immediately be drawn to the Trainers Index alongside each Trainer's name.Click on the trainer's name and you will get an swift analuysis of the Trainers most recent winners. If a horse has a Notebook comment it will appear on the racecard along with any Significant entries such as Cheltenham (over jumps) and the Classics (on the flat). Further, horses that have gallops data attributed to them are also clearly identified for your convenience. One click on the Gallops icon and you have all the relevant data presented to you in a pop up window.
Here is what the racecard looks like... (please click on image to enlarge)