Under our affiliation agreement, we have been authorized to modify THG's original racecard document -- purely from an aesthetic perspective, while ensuring that the data values are kept in precise tact.
The overall design layout is relatively identical, and whether you purchase from our platform or THG's home site, the price cost, product quantity, and track menu will not differ. The main dissimilarities reside in each site's payment flow, item accessibility, and user-interface experience.
(1) A concise, easy-to-interpret rating guide that has been uniquely configured by a statistical amalgamation of more than 35 past performance (handicapping) factors.
(2) Displays a hierarchical overview of the day's premier contenders (according to our data figures), with the highest/largest three-digit rating values (PPRs) representing the strongest payoff possibilities.
*Only the top seven, for any given race, are included.
From its marketable inception, back in 2007, THG has provided horseplaying enthusiasts with a reputable handicapping tool for nearly 20 years.
The Handicapping Guide's creator and managing partner, Phil Rankin, publicly launched his racecard product just one year after a memorable Pick-6 score at Santa Anita Park: