Our system utilises a series of unique algorithms in order to ensure you have access to accurate and detailed information relating to each and every UK and Irish horse. All our information is relayed to you in such a way that you are able to sort specific items to help you analyse each race in detail and to your individual requirements. This ensures our system appeals to amateurs or professionals from accross the globe.
Each and every race is broken down into various elements in order to highlight past performances from every horse, jockey or trainer alike. Whichever element you feel most comfortable with or that you feel benefits you most is provided with the specific view of helping you improve your own strike rate.
Below you will see examples of some of the information that you will have instant access to, some of which you may be unfamiliar with at first or may require further advice. There's no need to be confused or overwhelmed when using Racextra, our staff are always on hand with any queries you may have, fill out our email form, help is always available.
Racecards are viewed in Course Order, or Time Order, whichever you prefer.
The image below is a snapshot of the current race in view, detailing information such as the last time a horse ran, its latest speed or pace figure, even our own detailed calculations relating to each horse's performance and ability. You can also see the current win percentage of the race favourite, view the forecast summary guide, each jockey and trainer, or simply enquire who last won this race.
All information in any of our tables can be sorted to your own personal preference.
Here is a list of the additional statistical data tables with a vast amount of information regarding each horse, jockey and trainer available for each race
You will also have complete access to the last 7 days results.
Don't worry if you are new to horse racing, we have all the necessary information to get you started. You will have access to a list of all UK and Irish racecourses, a breakdown of horse racing jargon as well as some horse racing history. Also, don't forget, you can use our email form if you get stuck or have any further questions.