Timeform is the world leader in the rating of thoroughbred performances and has been the case for a very long time.
Racing and Sports has in its CEO Gary Crispe a highly respected analyst and handicapping expert. But also, he is the Australian representative of Timeform and regular discusses with Timeform in the UK, the various ratings given to horses around the world.
As well as news content and articles relating to various assessments about horses both domestically and internationally, this section has historical statistics from Australia, Season by Season summaries since the Year 2000, Global Rankings and current standings divided into Age Brackets.
Take some time and read the information to get an understanding of the comparison of the great horses in racing.
Buffering has returned to the winner’s circle in claiming the Group 1 Moir Stakes on resuming at Moonee Valley last Friday.
Buffering had been solid through his Brisbane Winter Campaign although it was overshadowed in comparison to the Rob Heathcote-trained sprinter’s breakout preparation during the 2013 spring.
With just over a week to go until the 2014 Arc, John Ingles gets familiar with the Japanese challenge.
:With three runners, numerically this is the strongest challenge yet from Japan on next weekend’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. It was El Condor Pasa’s bold bid to make all in the 1999 Arc (beaten half a length by Montjeu in a memorable race) which really whetted the appetite for subsequent attempts to secure a first win for Japan.
Sacred Falls has confirmed himself as king of the Randwick Mile with a dominant success in the Group 1 George Main Stakes.
Already a dual winner of the Doncaster Mile, Sacred Falls last Saturday added another victory over the Randwick Mile, this time at weight-for-age in the Group 1 George Main Stakes.
Foreteller and Glen Boss each broke lengthy droughts at the highest level with a determined success in the Group 1 Underwood Stakes.
The 2013 Makybe Diva Stakes was Foreteller's latest Group 1 victory while Glen Boss had admitted he’d been in the midst of a drought having last tasted top level success when taking out the 2013 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes aboard Rebel Dane.
Racing joins in on a week when all eyes will be on Scotland. Joe Rendall previews the Ayr Gold Cup.
Casting my eye down the list of potential previews for the Flat season some months ago, I don’t mind telling you the Ayr Gold Cup was the one which brought on by far the largest gulp. With 27 runners and two possible consolation races, it would take some detailed analysis to determine the final field for Saturday’s six-furlong contest, let alone the most likely winner. There are however some decent betting opportunities and without further ado we’ll begin a run-down of the principal contenders.
Dissident has continued the impressive start to his spring campaign with a determined victory in the Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes.
Dissident has gone to a new level this season following up a dominant Memsie Stakes display first up with a narrow victory in the Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes.
● Historical Timeform Ratings - Australia
● 2yo's Timeform Ratings
● 3yo's Timeform Ratings
● 4yo's Timeform Ratings
● 5yo+ Timeform Ratings
● European Top 10
● Global Rankings
Each day any horse from the top 20 Timeform Tables that is scheduled to race will be listed.
● Australia ● Europe
Sir Rupert Clarke Charity Cup
City Jeep A.J. Moir Stakes
George Main Stakes
|Hyland Underwood Stakes|
|Windsor Park - Horlicks Plate|
Makybe Diva Stakes