Welcome to the TimeformUS Blog

Hello and welcome to the TimeformUS blog!

The purpose of this blog is to explain features of TimeformUS Past Performances, a new horse racing product which is optimized for tablets and the web. Currently, you can purchase TimeformUS Past Performances at TimeformUS.com or in the the TVG Handicapping Store.

This blog is also a great place to ask questions and provide feedback about our new product. Use the links below to get started, and if you have questions, email us at  Support@TimeformUS.com

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More TimeformUS How-To Videos

How to use TimeformUS Past Performances
TimeformUS Help Legend (PDF)
The Fast PPs
• Result Charts
• The Race Finder Tool

How TimeformUS is Different
TimeformUS Speed Figures
TimeformUS Spotlight Speed Figures
TimeformUS Pace Projector
• TimeformUS Running Lines
TimeformUS Pace Figures
• TimeformUS Bias Indicators
Full Result Charts
Trainer Ratings
• Pedigree Ratings
• Race Ratings
Enhanced Foreign Running Lines
• Running Style and Early/Late Ratings

 

 

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How TimeformUS is Different

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 is a new kind of horse racing Past Performances, optimized for tablets and PCs. At TimeformUS, we’re focused on helping you understand races faster. We’re perpetually refining the site and PPs: New features will be introduced regularly.  To start: here’s a top 10 list on how we’re making it easier to play the game; click the links next to each item for a deeper description or a video on how it works.

First thing’s first: if you’re looking for a PDF legend labeling all of our features, click here

1) How we make our Speed Figures
Our state-of-the-art, single-number measure of all-around performance.
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2) Our Pace Projector
The breakthrough timesaver that tells you where they’re gonna be early in a race, and more.
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3) Race Ratings
The TimeformUS Race Ratings help you quickly understand the quality of any race.
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4) TimeformUS Pace Figures
Based on the fractional times run by each horse at each point of call in a race, TimeformUS Pace Figures give you a clear sense of the pace scenarios that a horse has faced in prior races.
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5) TimeformUS Color-Coded Bias Indicators
When we see a surface that favored frontrunners or closers in a horse’s previous race, we flag that running line with red or blue coloring.
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6) Timeform Foreign Running Lines for shippers
TimeformUS PPs offer unparalleled info on horses who previously ran overseas.
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7) TimeformUS Result Charts
One-click access from the 1-2-3 section of every running line,  TimeformUS Result Charts are color-coded  and fully customizable.
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8)  Simplified but smart TimeformUS Trainer Ratings
Our Trainer Ratings show you instantly how a trainer performs overall and in specific situations.
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9) TimeformUS Race Finder
Use our Race Finder to quickly and easily find the types of races you like to play.
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10) TimeformUS Pedigree Ratings based on today’s surface/distance
On a 100-point scale and based on the surface/distance of today’s race, factoring in the TimeformUS speed figures assigned to the horses in the family of today’s runner.
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Travers Week Special: Get Our Analyst’s Betting Strategies and the PPs for a great low price

Travers Week Special:

Get TimeformUS Betting Strategies from our analyst David Aragona for just $39.95 for the entire week–Includes TimeformUS PPs for all Saratoga Racecards run this week!

Here’s what you get EXCLUSIVELY in this package:

    • Analysis & recommended wagers for each of the day’s Top Plays
    • Fully constructed multi-race tickets, including daily Pick 4s & 5s​
    • Additional strategic information around playing the card—where to lean, where to spread, and why
    • Analysis of every stakes race at the meet
    • Daily TFUS Highlight Horse—the best bet on each card
    • Full PPs for 6 consecutive cards

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Saratoga Betting Strategies:

Q: If I buy the Saratoga Betting Strategies Package, how do I buy it then access it each race day?

A: To buy the Package , just click here.

To access the Betting Strategies PDFs, either use the Strategies Tab at the top of your Saratoga PPs OR click “My Purchases” by clicking your username at the top of the TimeformUS website.

Q: Can I get the actual tickets for free on your site?

A: No. Only limited excerpts of the analysis will be free on TimeformUS.com–and the wagering strategies are exclusively for package buyers.

Q: Do Saratoga Betting Strategies come with the PPs?

A: Yes. For any day you buy Betting Strategies, Saratoga PPs for that day are includes as well.

Q: I’m already an Unlimited Access PPs Subscriber for $69.99 a month. Will I get the Saratoga Strategies Package as part of my monthly subscription?

A: If you’re on our $69.99 Unlimited PP Plan, you’ll get access to all PPs, but you’ll need to buy this Saratoga Betting Strategies Package to gain access to the Betting Strategies. Please note Unlimited Annual Subscribers ($599 a year, on sale this month, email us at TFUSsupport@drf.com if interested) have access to all Betting Strategy Content year-round at no additional charge.

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Monday, August 20th

Race 3: Big Muddy (#2)

Was totally outrun early in his debut, but found his best stride late, sprinting through the lane before galloping out strongly.

Is bred to handle longer distances, as a son of Medaglia d’Oro out of a stamina-laden female family.

DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past five years, Todd Pletcher is 11 for 20 (55 percent, $5.64 ROI) in 9-furlong dirt maiden races at Saratoga.

5-2 on ML

Race 5: Ranger in Paradise (#2)

Ran well within the context of his last race, as he made a wide late run into a race dominated on the front end.

Should receive some pace to close into here with speeds Too Fast to Pass, Rectify, and Missle Bomb in the mix.

Gets a positive trainer change to Bruce Levine, who does good work off the claim in dirt sprints.

6-1 on ML

Race 8: Papa Shot (#4)

Realm, who beat him two back, returned to upset the Alydar Stakes against tougher company.

Was badly compromised by a speed-favoring racetrack last time out.

It’s a positive sign that Linda Rice steps him up into stakes company off that pair of efforts

12-1 on ML​

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Friday, August 17th

Race 2: Land Mine (#5)

Ran well in her return from the layoff last time despite being disadvantage by a speed-favoring track that helped the winner.

Projects to sit a great trip stalking the two speeds, who figure to hook up at some point.

Is one of the few fillies in this field that wants every bit of the 1 1/8 miles distance.

3-1 on ML

Race 6: Southern Gal (#7)

Showed promise in both of her turf starts last year, and has a right to be better with added maturity.

Should appreciate the return to sprinting since her best half-sibling was turf sprinter First Charmer.

DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past five years, Mark Casse is 16 for 70 (23 percent, $2.51 ROI) off layoffs of 180 days or more in turf sprints (5 to 7 furlongs).

6-1 on ML

Race 9: Chase Greatness (#11)

Ran his best dirt race over a sloppy, sealed track, which is sometimes indicative of turf ability.

Is bred to handle grass as a son of More Than Ready and a half-brother to turf stakes-placed Chubby Star.

It’s a good sign to see a live rider like Jose Ortiz keep the mount for these connections.

12-1 on ML​

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Thursday, August 16th

Race 3: Bonita Bianca (#4)

Has shown improved speed since coming into Jason Servis’s barn, which should serve her well here.

Was on a dead rail during the early part of her race at Delaware last time before rallying late.

May be catching her stablemate Picco Uno at the right time, since that one has trouble putting top efforts back-to-back.

3-1 on ML

Race 8: Cool Beans (#9)

May find herself in a position to control this race on the front end with little other speed signed on.

Has run very well in all of her turf starts while facing some tough rivals including Significant Form, Toinette, and La Signare.

Her fast recent workout over the Oklahoma course suggests that she’s doing well heading into this race.

9-2 on ML​

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Monday, August 13th

Race 1: Fixed Point (#3)

His two turf sprint efforts at Gulfstream make him very competitive with this field.
The top two finishers out of his last race have returned to run significantly faster speed figures in subsequent starts.
Gets a massive trainer upgrade to Phil Serpe.
8-1 on ML

Race 2: Anna Rae (#7)

Got caught up in a taxing pace duel last time, and understandably tired.
Should appreciate the slight turnback in distance.
DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past five years, Robertino Diodoro is 10 for 28 (36 percent, $2.46 ROI) first off the claim with horses entered for tags of $25,000 or less in dirt sprints at NYRA.
3-1 on ML

Race 8: She’s Delightful (#3)

Was extremely wide around the turn last time, yet still ran on well to only miss third by a length.
Appears to be cycling back into top form, now as she makes her third start off the layoff.
Gets a rider upgrade to Javier Castellano.
6-1 on ML​

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Sunday, August 12th

Race 3: Yourdreamsormine (#1)
May have been racing on a bad rail at Monmouth last time when facing slightly tougher company.
Figures to sit a good trip stalking the likely speeds, Big Guy Ian and Too Fast to Pass.
DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past five years, Jorge Navarro is 5 for 13 at NYRA tracks, despite struggling in prior seasons.
3-1 on ML

Race 7: Excellent Sunset (#8)
Got a massive bump in her TimeformUS Speed Figure last time (107) for overcoming an extremely slow pace to win.
The horse she beat last time returned to win impressively next time out with an improved speed figure.
DRF Formulator Fact: Over the past five years, Brendan Walsh is 5 for 22 (23 percent, $2.89 ROI) with last-out maiden winners on the turf.
8-1 on ML

Race 9: Mom’s On Strike (#5)
Ran one of her best career races going this distance two back in the Bewitch.
Was always out of position while racing wide around the track in the New York last time out.
Has handled turf courses with some give to them, which bodes well for her chances after the rain we got this week.
3-1 on ML

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Saratoga Horses in Focus for Saturday, August 11th

Race 7: A Great Time (#1)
Has put forth turf sprint efforts that would make her competitive with this group.
Got the wrong trip last time as her rider unwisely decided to rate her off the pace, and she got shuffled back on the turn.
Gets a positive rider switch to Ricardo Santana, Jr., who has been riding very well at this meet.
12-1 on ML

Race 9: Breaking the Rules (#5)
Ran deceptively well last time, as he was allowed to get shuffled back in the early going and had to alter course while re-rallying inside.
Has shown great tenacity in his races and probably has yet to reach his full potential.
The Pace Projector is predicting a situation favoring horses on or near the lead and he has the tactical speed to sit right off the leader.
7-2 on ML

Race 10: Blacktype (#2)
Got a needed confidence builder when beating optional claiming company last time out.
His form this year is better than it appears at first glance, as he got the wrong trip two back in the Fort Marcy.
Draws an ideal inside post position for a horse that likes to be covered up in his races.
8-1 on ML​

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