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.
A world tour lies in store for Criterion following his resounding Queen Elizabeth Stakes victory at Randwick last Saturday.
The David Hayes-trained entire will return to Hong Kong for the QEII Cup (2000m) on April 26 before the son of Sebring ventures to Royal Ascot for either the Queen Anne Stakes (2000m) or the Prince Of Wales Stakes (1600m).
A belated Doncaster Derby Day did not disappoint with the four Group 1’s conducted through the program hosting some impressive displays.
Postponed until Monday after continuous rainfall the week prior, Doncaster Derby Day was run at Randwick with just over 11,000 racegoers in attendance for the rescheduled meeting.
On Dubai World Cup night, one of the richest events in all of sport, you’d like to think that we’d see the best horse in the world.
There’s a fair chance we did, but it wasn’t in the feature race, nor would the horse in question even have registered on the radar of most British fans before Saturday.
The 2015 Dubai World Cup will represent the first time the world’s most valuable race will take part on dirt since the switch to Meydan, and more controversially since the decision to change the surface from tapeta.
The anticipated Breeders’ Cup Classic rematch, made possible by the switch to dirt, has nonetheless failed to materialise, with Bayern, Toast of New York and Shared Belief all missing out for one reason or another. It’s been left to Candy Boy (now trained in the UAE by Doug Watson) and more significantly California Chrome to represent that memorable race. California Chrome won last year’s Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes and has held his form admirably since, his second to Shared Belief last month as good a run as he’s produced. For that reason, plus the versatility that suggests he’ll be at home here, California Chrome is very much the one to beat.
Brazen Beau made an emphatic return to the Flemington Straight Six in taking out the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap last Saturday.
The Chris Waller-trained colt and Joao Moreira last combined when taking out the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m) during the 2014 Melbourne Spring Carnival.
● Historical Timeform Ratings - Australia
● 2yo's Timeform Ratings
● 3yo's Timeform Ratings
● 4yo's Timeform Ratings
● 5yo+ Timeform Ratings
● World Top Rated
● Global Rankings
Each day any horse from the top 20 Timeform Tables that is scheduled to race will be listed.
● Australia ● Europe
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