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Formcheck? ? ?

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  • #6572
    Gazs Way De Solzen
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    Hi guys.

    Just wondering if someone could help me here.

    I’m trying to find an online source so i can do formcheck and racechecks of previous races and see if the form of those past races are good or not so good.

    I know it is in the paper version of the Racing Post, but i don’t think it is available online.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Gareth.

    #141247
    Grey Desire
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    You can do it on the site via the results search facility.
    Type in the name of the race,the date range to search and the course and country of the race.

    #141252
    Gazs Way De Solzen
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    Thanks a lot for that, appreciated.

    I have done that, which part of the results shows how good the form is, please? ? ?

    Many thanks.

    Gareth.

    #141256
    Irish Stamp
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    There’s no real bit that says how good the form is. I generally click on the winner or the first few in the race and those in behind individually and it will show lifetime form so any subsequent runs will be in there.

    #141261
    carvillshill
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    You can do it if you stump up for Raceform Interactive- it’s one of the nicer features. If there’s a particular race you’re interested in PM me and I’ll look it up for you.

    #141267
    Gazs Way De Solzen
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    You can do it if you stump up for Raceform Interactive- it’s one of the nicer features. If there’s a particular race you’re interested in PM me and I’ll look it up for you.

    That is a very nice offer.

    An offer which i may take in the future if that is ok with yourself.

    Thanks again all.

    Gareth.

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