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New Gold Features: Rate a Race, Pace Average

We've added some new features to Geegeez Gold, and updated some existing ones. The video below explains all, but here is a brief summary of what's new:

- Added Weight For Age (WFA) consideration to ratings calculations (and updated existing ratings to reflect the WFA scale)

- Added the ability to rate a race, and to price it up, from within the card

- Published user ratings within the inline form on the racecard

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- Added option to view pace maps based on last 2, 3 or 4 races


Check out this short video which demonstrates the new features...

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6 replies
    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Frank

      Please clear your cache and check you’re logged in – sorry I have to say that!

      If still having a problem, email us.


  1. Jeff
    Jeff says:

    Hi matt
    I use the tip button and enjoyed the benefit of it being on the card.
    Can we re add it or how do we add to the tipping league now.

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Jeff,

      The to button has been decommissioned now. You can access tipping league from the menu item. Select cards and then the meeting and time of race in which you want to tip.

      Hope that helps,

  2. harrycodlife
    harrycodlife says:

    Hi Matt,

    When pricing up a race could we have the facility to use decimal odds if possible. I personally am much more familiar with decimal odds as try as I might I cannot get my head around fractional odds.

    Cheers Matt

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Sorry Harry, I know we can’t please all of the people all of the time. I never want to make content overly cluttered or complicated, so I’m afraid it’ll remain as fractional only. Appreciate that’s not ideal but it’s supposed to be a fairly rudimentary feature.

      Do keep the requests coming however, as that’s how we introduce new stuff (including Rate A Race).


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