Equibase US Racing Yearbook now on website

Already a popular application from the iTunes store, Equibase has packaged the Racing Yearbook results and videos at www.equibase.com.

The web version of the Racing Yearbook offers video replays provided by Post Time Technologies and results of all graded stakes races and ungraded prep races for the Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Equibase now offers expanded North American racing statistics.
“In the month since its release, the Racing Yearbook [application] for the iPhone has become the highest ranking horse racing app in the USA and is consistently ranked in the top 10% of all sports apps,” Equibase Chairman Alan Marzelli said. “With the launch of the Racing Yearbook on equibase.com we are significantly broadening our reach so that anyone with a  computer can follow the stars of our sport from one central location.”
In addition to the Racing Yearbook, Equibase now includes a stats central section that compiles expanded horse, jockey, and trainer statistical profiles in one central location. Profiles are searchable and provide current year and career stats as well as current entry and result information for those with recent activity.
Complementing the statistical profiles are expanded North American racing leaders lists that now include all horses, jockeys, trainers, and owners annually back to the year 2000. The lists can be sorted and feature a search tool. Similar enhancements have been made to track-specific statistics.

Check it out at www.equibase.com.

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