TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite is a quick reference handicapping tool that provides a concise look at how well horses might perform today.
Key features of this product include
• Quick Summary Format
Taken directly from the convenient cover sheet of the fully featured cycles reports.
• Performance Ratings
Calculated using a complex algorithm to rate a horse's past efforts.
• Composite Ratings
A total of four ratings (last, best, good and projected) with rankings for each horse.
Billing options for this product
- A la carte - No minimums, billed as used
single card $4.00
- Unlimited subscription - No overages, unlimited usage
1 month $124.95
3 months $324.95
6 months $649.95
12 months $1249.95
- DetailsInformation and explanations about this product
- Detailed Description
Welcome To TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite
TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite is designed as a quick reference tool that provides insights regarding how well a horse should perform today. Some of the unique data points found in TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite are highlighted below.
The files come in PDF format, easily viewed and/or printed from your desktop, laptop, tablet computer or other device. They are available for download 24 hours a day, often several days ahead of the races depending on the track schedule.
Special Features Of TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite
The performance ratings are calculated using a complex algorithm, which incorporates final time, pace and class to rate a horse's past efforts. These ratings are then plotted on the twelve-month and four-year graphs to be utilized for effective analysis. The lower the rating the better, so the best rating a horse can earn is a zero while the worst possible rating is a 50. Races where ratings can't be determined will be marked with an X.
PERFORMANCE RATINGS PAR
This number is a gauge as to the performance rating that will be needed to win today's race. The number is normally based on the efforts of today's field over the last six months. In races with lightly raced horses or many first time starters, the number is based on races of today's type and class at today's track over the last two years.
Each horse's composite ratings (total of four) can be found on the cover sheet and above the abbreviated past performances for the horse. The rank of each horse in each category is listed in parenthesis after the ratings found above the PPs. The ratings are as follows:
PROJECTED PERFORMANCE RATING (Proj PR) - This is the expected rating the horse will produce today. A complex algorithm is used to determine this number. Cycle patterns, composite ratings, today's pace scenario, ratings consistency and positive jockey influence are all factored into this highly effective rating. An up arrow symbol will appear after this rating if there is room for improvement. A down arrow suggests a possible downside. A question mark signifies a particularly uncertain rating, such as the horse being idle for more than six months, not running in a race at today's distance and surface in the last twelve months, etc.
GOOD PERFORMANCE RATING (Good PR) - The average of a horse's two most recent good races. (A good race must have occurred in the last six months to qualify. If only one race qualifies, the rating of that race is used.) A good race for Thoroughbreds is a race in which a horse has an official finish of first, second, or third, or otherwise a finish within two lengths of the winner in a sprint, or in routes, a finish within three lengths of the winner. For Quarter Horse races, a race in which a horse has an official finish of first, second, or third, or otherwise in races less than or equal to 440 yards, a finish within one length of the winner, or in races longer than 440 yards, a finish within two lengths of the winner.
BEST PERFORMANCE RATING (Best PR) - The best performance rating earned at today's distance and surface on the twelve-month graph.
LAST PERFORMANCE RATING (Last PR) - The most recent performance rating earned by the horse regardless of distance and surface.
- SoftwareThis product may require the following software
Click here and follow the instructions to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader software for viewing pdf files.
- HelpHelp guides and technical support for this product
View the complete TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite help guide. It contains detailed explanations and a glossary of terms for each and every section of the product.
- Product Tutorials
For an introduction to the product and detailed information on how to interpret the reports, read the TrackMaster Performance Cycles Lite Tutorial document.
Important Product Announcement
The quick summary reports are a component of the fully featured TrackMaster Performance Cycles.