If you are a newcomer to horse racing or you have been involved with the sport of kings for any length of time you will probably understand the huge number of factors that go into the art of making successful horse racing selections. Every possible variable is taken into consideration by the many ratings services that spend lots of man hours and resources in bringing their information to you.
But if all these ratings services are all pointing to same top rated horse it is going to win .... right ? The answer would of course be yes if all the horses ran exactly as predicted and in exactly the same way each time. However going reports are often way off the mark and one major factor is missing from these equations and that is PACE.
Through our use of horse racing pace not only do we know when horses have the best possible chance of winning at BIG PRICES but we also know when short price favourites are not going to have the race run to suit their style. There is no other horse racing service available in the UK today that uses our unique and extremely successful approach. We are your real opportunity to make your horse racing betting successful.
With a huge volume of satisfied members, Paceform has very quickly become one of the UK's leading horse racing data-collectors and compilers
Paceform appeals to all types of horse racing enthusiasts, both amateur and professionals.
In a similar way to golfers referring to handicaps when playing golf, horse races use speed figures but an alternative method is to use ‘pace’ figures. Such figures are often ignored as they are misunderstood and hard to calculate with them often being a ‘best guess’. The idea behind a pace ‘handicap’ is that the fastest horse from the start of a race is most likely to get the lead, placing it in front and most likely to win. Those who use such pace figures also emphasise the importance of knowing how a horse ran its last race. A horse that ran an extraordinarily fast ‘pace’ in its last outing may have run out of steam and finished behind other horses, but that very same pace may be enough to win a race against slower competitors. In its current race, a horse may well be faster than its speed figures or past performances suggest.
Judging if a fast or slow pace will help a particular horse is often what those using such handicap systems look for in a race. There are a lot of enthusiasts that believe it necessary to determine such pace figures for each race with a view to help determine which horses will indeed benefit. Alternative methods include using the pace figures to view horses that are equal or indeed better, as well as looking at those horses that have dropped a class or had equipment added or removed. A given pace figure may only equal others in the same race but, being scored against a tougher group means the pace figure and drop down angle works well here.
Paceform has calculated ‘Pace’ and ‘Speed’ figures for you and includes this information so that you have everything you need to help with your selection process.
With a huge volume of satisfied members, Paceform has very quickly become one of the UK's leading horse racing data-collectors and compilers. Utilising a vast array of information, we quickly established that our databases could be utilised to a more profitable* venture for our valued members. As such, we have created a large number of complex calculations which will assist our members to not only track and monitor race information, but also help establish potential profit* in forthcoming races. In doing so, we are in an excellent position to provide our members with a series of official ratings, speed figures, horse abilities, individual horse performances during a race as well as many other advantageous analytical information. Bringing all this information to our members' fingertips, under one roof, has enabled our members to become more profitable* in their horse racing ventures.
Paceform appeals to all types of horse racing enthusiasts, both amateur and professionals, every day around the world to give them the most accurate ratings for every horse running in the UK and Ireland.
We have created a highly successful rating system to help assist 'all' members in achieving an increased profit* which has proven to be extremely popular and has changed lives!. We list every race, as well as history on the horse, their jockey, trainer and owner so that you can judge the competition and immediately begin analysing every UK Flat, All Weather, and Jumps race in detail.
Complete online service, no software to install - A mathematically proven approach.
We operate a 'user-friendly' selection process - We have a very high percentage of winners.
We achieve success for our members - We offer a fully interactive experience.
We provide statistics that are 100% effective - We work hard so you are in PROFIT*
|Thursday 23rd February|
Carrigeen Acebo (IRE)
Mighty Zip (USA)
Dark Titan (IRE)
Dark And Dangerous (IRE)
Tin Soldier (FR)
Red Alert 5/2,
Loyalty 85/40, Martello Park (IRE) 15/8F, Call The Taxie (IRE) 5/4F, Mr Clarkson (IRE) EvensF, Tenerezza (IRE),
|Wednesday 22nd February|
Deadly Approach 7/2,
Ridgeway Flyer 7/4F,
Theatrebar 6/4F, Remember The Man (IRE) EvensF, Paint The Clouds 1/3F,
|Tuesday 21st February|
Bells Of Ailsworth (IRE)
If The Cap Fits (IRE)
Redemption Song (IRE)
Cafe Au Lait (GER)
Money Maid (IRE)
Verdana Blue (IRE)
Native Prospect 10/11F, Bounty Pursuit 10/11F, Jerrysback (IRE) 4/11F,
|Monday 20th February|
Midnight Request 6/1,
Blue Bahia (IRE)
Burgess Dream (IRE)
Frivolous Prince (IRE) 11/8F, Groundunderrepair (IRE) 5/4F, Bush House (IRE) 4/5F, Catamaran Du Seuil (FR) 8/15F,
|Sunday 19th February|
Midnight Mustang 8/1,
All My Love (IRE)
Dream Berry (FR)
Acapella Bourgeois (FR)
Rock On Rocky 3/1,
Miss Mardan (IRE)
Pearl Swan (FR)
Midnight Silver 6/4F, Sutton Place (IRE) 4/6F,
|Saturday 18th February|
Big Bad John (IRE)
Vieux Lion Rouge (FR)
Mine Now (IRE)
Tenor Nivernais (FR)
Dreaming Time 5/1,
Sweetlittlemystery 9/2, Captain Redbeard (IRE) 4/1, Space War 100/30, Don Bersy (FR) 3/1, Dream Farr (IRE) 3/1F, Bachasson (FR) 11/4, Beyond Conceit (IRE) 5/2,
Gardefort (FR) 5/2F, Lord Cooper 9/4F, Mercers 9/4F, Bishops Court 2/1, Verne Castle 15/8F, Yanworth 2/5F,
|Friday 17th February|
Song Of Love (IRE)
The Mighty Don (IRE)
Wink Oliver 7/2,
School Run (IRE)
Boost 7/2, Carlton Ryan (IRE) 3/1, Vosne Romanee 15/8F, Favorite Girl (GER) 15/8, Sutter County 4/7F, Tricorn (IRE) 1/4F, Colin´s Sister EvensF,
Don't worry - even if you are a novice to the world of horse racing, and you feel overwhelmed, please remember that our help and advice is never more than a quick e-mail away.
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