Today's Results Explained
The results featured on our home page and other pages are updated usually between 2-15PM and 9-50PM. It is an automated process so on rare occasions there maybe a discrepancy with best odds, SP and non-runners or revised finishing positions. However, this is rare and when possible we will endeavor to correct or alert visitors to the issues. Some important things to understand include that as yet we don’t include any R4 deductions should they apply. The reason is simply a limitation of the data we receive and is not designed to inflate P&L figures or strike rates.
To clarify our DAILY RESULTS Strike Rates and any perceived anomalies :
- If we have 10 results in so far consisting for example of 4 Top-Rated winners and 1 placed Top Rated horse (the placed horse having best odds => 5/1) we would record this as a 50% strike rate as opposed to 40%. If the placed horse did not trade at 5/1 then we would record this as 40%.
ALL races are included (which means Extreme Mode).
The Top Rated Strike Rate takes into account any Top Rated selections that become non runners (2nd rated are not promoted to Top Rated for the purpose of our live results or published P&L reports)
Losers ARE included. Although not listed in coloured rows like our winners, all losers are factored into the profit/loss figures as well as the Strike Rate values in the graph on the home/results page. The 'Number of races in so far' is clearly shown below the graph and tells you how many races have been run to this point against how many Winners we are showing.
Dutch Selections. This strike rate is only based on winning selections not those that place and include those clearly marked as Top or Dutch in the View Selections screen. If there are Top Rated or Dutch rated selections that become non-runners, we do not promote any other runners in the ratings for either the Live Results or our published P&L. This can sometimes mean that when the original Top Rated is a non runner and the Dutch rated wins, we still only grade this as a Dutch win and not a Top Rated win (even though technically it would be the new Top rated).
Note: Although users can change the "Going Setting" to re-evaluate the races based on a Going change, the fastresults are based purely on the original Going description exported to clients at 6.30am. For example, if the Going at Newmarket was declared as GF then changed to GS after heavy rain we would expect users to change the Going switch on the app, but we would not alter the original ratings/selections for the purpose of reporting or either the Fast Results or our published P&L (to maintain transparency and credibility).