Pace Tab Explained

The pace tab gives valuable insight into not only how every race is likely to be run, but also what the best run styles are in the given conditions.



The pace data at the top of the page displays the records of previous runners over the course and distance in conditions and can be used to highlight where the best (and worst) early positions are.

The pace maps are an incredible time saver and can be sorted by draw to indicate which sides of the draw potentially have the most pace. Pace data for each runner can be displayed numerically (4 indicates leading as an early position,3 is prominent, 2 is mid division and 1 is held up early) to highlight most common run styles rather than just an average. 

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