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Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on handicap rails soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time.

Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides.

Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track.

Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late.

This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails.

Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections.

Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page.

Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance.

The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records.

For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance.

The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides.

Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track.

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Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race.

Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails.

Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections.

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Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page. Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member?

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Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance. The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time.

Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records. For more detailed information and case studies on how sectional times work please read our FAQ page.

Click here for full Ts and Cs Not a member? Try again later, or contact the app or website owner. If you have any other questions or comments, you can add them to that request at any time. Finished in the middle of the pack at only start at Gosford and drawn the rails. Ran eight lengths back from the winner at only start at Canberra on a soft track. Yet to place in 11 attempts and without a win in three runs at Newcastle. Ran fourth last start at Gosford and up in distance.

The formguide says this is the winner. Has struggled in both runs so far this campaign and blinkers come off for the first time. Sectional Times are used to understand exactly how fast horses travel in their past races, broken down into 200m sections. Speed and sectional data is becoming increasingly critical in form analysis as it often give a lot more insight into a horse’s true performance. Sectional times can help to compare horses which are yet to race against each other and also compare which horses perform well in certain sections of a race. Some horses are known to have early pace, some will prefer to fly home late. This tool allows you to easily seperate these types of horses, giving you a huge advantage over traditional form guides. Our sectional information is carefully collected by a team of professional timers for all major racing events, using video replays to ensure our information is more accurate than official race records.