Thoroughbred Horse Racing Entries and Results

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Every horseplayer needs to know who is running and how they finished. Here are the best sources for up to date entry and race result data for North American thoroughbred horse racing. It is worth noting that Equibase is North American racing's official statistician. They collect and distribute the raw past performance and results data to most other service providers (such as Daily Racing Form) who may recompile that data and present it in slightly different formats. There is also information available for harness racing.

Sources for Entry and Race Results

  • Equibase Entries: Entries by track and date for North America. You can also find changes and scratches on this. Equibase also immediately incorporates scratches on their entry pages, so if you always look here first you won't accidentally pick a non-runner.
  • Equibase Race Results: Summary race results for the last month by track and date for North America. Full charts are available for the past week in PDF format. Summary results are useful for those only interested in the wagering payouts, the "final score". Charts are used if you need to see individual horse performances in a specific race.
  • DRF Entries: Entries by track and date for North America from Daily Racing Form. On the day of the race(s) you are following, the day's changes and scratches are available. 
  • DRF Race Results: Summary results by track and date for North America. Full charts are also available from DRF for the past week in PDF format.
  • DRF Stakes Results: A handy page with results for all the stakes races for the past 1-2 months, including PDF charts.
  • Thoroughbred Stakes Race Schedule: Stakes races at North American tracks with a purse of $75,000 or more. Updated weekly. Generally, this list gets lengthy in the summer months when more tracks are running richer races, and tails off in the winter when only warmer weather circuits (with the exception of Aqueduct's inner track meet) offer purses that high.
  • Daily Racing Form Watches: Register to get emails when horses or trainers you specify work out or are entered to race. You can also watch for specific race types or carryover amounts in Pick 6 and other wagers. Some handicappers use a trainer's workout patterns to see if a horse is expected to win next time. 
  • Equibase Virtual Stable: Register to get emails when horses you specify work out or are entered in a race. This is often used by handicappers who saw a horse put in a losing effort but feel the horse is due for a win next time out, and don't want to miss the opportunity to bet that horse.
  • BRISnet: Information service with free entries, results, real-time tote board, and news. Also, sell selections and many types of data files for handicapping or past performance software. Formerly an independent company, it is now part of the Churchill Downs family of companies and is heavily integrated with Churchill's "TwinSpires" account wagering system.

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