# What does P stand for in horse racing?

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1-9 The position the horse finished in a race
P Pulled up (reined in as horse may be too tired/injured, or horse may just stop running)
F Fell
S Slipped Up
R Refusal

## What does P mean in horse racing?

Numbers before the – are for last season. The symbol / indicates a longer gap, for example if the horse missed an entire racing season. P or PU indicates that the horse was pulled up by the jockey and did not complete the race.

## What is W and P in horse racing?

With win, place, and show betting, you have a much better chance of getting something back for your original wager. It’s simple math, but it’s much more likely for a single horse to finish where predicted than for multiple horses to do the same.

## What does P mean timeform?

P. commonly referred to as a large ‘P’; the horse is capable of much better. + the horse may be better than rated.

## How often does the favorite horse win?

Public betting favorites win approximately 33 percent of all races and finish second 53 percent of the time. Second choices win approximately 21 percent of all races and finish second 42 percent of the time.

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## Which horse number wins the most?

Winning TAB numbers: TAB number 1 is the most dominant number in trifectas, appearing in 40 per cent of all trifectas. TAB number two is next with 35 per cent, number three with 33 per cent, number four with 31 per cent.

## Can you bet a horse to win place or show?

The basic bet types are of course win, place and show. A win bet means your horse must win, a place bet means it must finish first or second and a show bet means it must be first, second or third though of course this means a lower payout.

## How do you pick a winning horse?

A seasoned off-track bettor will look at much more than this but will use it as their starting point.

1. Stall/Gate Position. …
2. Finishing Place from Previous Races. …
3. Days Since Last Race. …
4. Look for Previous Distance and Course Wins. …
5. Jockey and Trainer Data. …
6. Official Ranking. …
7. Look at Your Horse. …
8. Finding a Value Bet.

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## What does carried out mean in horse racing?

Forced Out. A horse that is forced to race wide due to the fact that another horse is either getting out or bolting. It is also possible that there are three or four horses across the track which forces a horse very wide to gain contention. THIS TERM IS INTERCHANGEABLE WITH CARRIED OUT.

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## What does or mean in horses?

Official Ratings (OR) are one of the numerous statistics added to a race card that can be bamboozling to newcomers in the world of horse racing.

## What does B mean on horse form?

BD, also written as B, means that a horse fell during the course of a race due to a collision with another horse.

## What does V mean in horse racing form?

L = left at start. O = ran out. B = brought down. S = slipped. V = void race.