We actually do have that data in our feed, but I simply don’t believe it adds value for punters.
A quick look at the Press Challenge will reveal the inefficacy of these figures.
Whilst I appreciate they should be used sensibly and sparingly, the bottom line is that any figure so prominently in the public domain will always be accommodated into the market, meaning it is impossible to make a profit long term.
Peter May’s Speed Ratings, by contrast, are brilliant but still very much under the radar, meaning they continue to outperform the likes of RPR and, gulp, Timeform by some margin.
Don’t be fooled by the brand name. Trust the results. 🙂
p.s. I am giving increasingly serious thought to a composite geegeez rating… this would be a long-term project, and unlikely to emerge before the second half of the year, if at all.