Following on from that is WGT which means the weight the horse will carry. In non-handicapped races, such as the Gold Cup, most horses will be on the exact same weight. In handicapped races, the weights will differ with the best horse on the heaviest weight.
What does B mean in horse racing?
W – Means that the horse has won a race on a track rated SLOW or HEAVY. B – Mean’s that the horse started favorite at it’s last start, but it did not win. H – Means that the horse is trained on this same track. N – Means that the horse has won a race before at a night race meeting.
What does SR mean in horse racing?
Form Guide Key
|Form Guide Item||Explanation|
|Link to video replay for this race|
|$20000 Mallia Popular Alm Sprint||Prizemoney value and name of race|
|(M0 Or Better.)||Class of race|
|Fr4||Barrier: Sr=Second Row, Fr=Front Row. Handicap included here for stand starts|
What is waiver claiming in horse racing?
WCL – Waiver Claiming. A claiming race where one or more participants is allowed to race without the possibility of being claimed after coming off an extended layoff and is running in a claiming race that has a claiming price equal to or greater than their last start in a claiming race.
What does it cost to enter a horse in a race?
Entry Fees: Most people are surprised to find out that it does not cost anything to enter your horse in a race, unless the race is a stakes race (Kentucky Derby, Breeders’ Cup, etc.). Some stakes races, like many of the Breeders’ Cup races, cost in upwards of $50,000 to enter.
What does brought down mean in horse racing?
Broodmare. A mare (female horse) at stud who is kept with the aim of producing a foal. Brought down. Used to describe a horse who falls because of another horse, rather than falling independently.
What does top speed mean in horse racing?
The better the horse, the higher the rating. … Finally, we have TS which stands for ‘Top Speed’ which indicates how fast a horse can run, and RPR which is the Racing Post Rating. This is different from the OR in that the RPR takes into account how well a horse will run in the specific conditions of the race.
What do ratings mean in horse racing?
Horses in the National Hunt have a rating of 0 to 170 and those in the Flat season have a rating of 0 to 140. The higher the rating, the higher the standard of race a horse can run in. What’s more, a horse with a higher rating will have to carry more weight than one with a lower rating.