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Data of RaceMate Hong Kong edition is provided by the Hong Kong Jockey Club. You can operate them in either English or Chinese. Although RaceMate updates its comprehensive database (both races and track work) over the Internet every day, the main purpose of the software is calculation rather than providing data. There are numerous punters and race enthusiasts (see their comments) using this professional tool.

Different from the web pages of the Jockey Club and any other websites, which provide data and comments, RaceMate is mainly a calculation tool for analysis. You can insert user-defined statistics and conclusive data into the form guides of RaceMate. RaceMate provides you with over 500 built-in MCL functions. Users may insert these functions into the form guides to get what they want. Those who don't want to write MCL functions may simply choose suitable ones from RaceMate's MCL library.

RaceMate's built-in prediction models are indispensible tools for race enthusiasts. Anyway they are not win-guaranteed because any open-to-public win-guaranteed models will affect betting returns and harm the effectiveness of them. However you can get a real win-guaranteed model from RaceMate by creating new or modifying existing models. One of the main criteria of a win-guaranteed model is private (used only by a small number of betters). RaceMate provides you with a mechanism for evaluating the returns of a model via the real dividends of past races. You can keep on modifying and adjusting your MCL function columns to improve the effectiveness of your models.

Past record is the most important facts for evaluating the strength of a horse, jockey, and stable. You can set a filter to retrieve only the record that you want. There are mainly two ways to view past records, namely, in a form guide and in separate windows. Let us do a simple comparison.

1) Past Records in Form Guides: You can combine the history of all starters (jockey or stable) for sorting and comparing. For example, say, you have filtered out all "1400M, Turf, Good Track" starts of each horses. You can than carry out a multicolumn sort to compare the speeds of all horses in different classes under the same distance and track.

2) Past Records in 2 Separate Windows: You can set different filters in each window to retrieve records of say 1400m and 1650m starts respectively. Put the windows side by side to compare the performance.

Changing facts into numbers is very important for RaceMate because computer analysis needs numeric data. In RaceMate, you can create unlimited number of conversion tables to convert almost anything into numeric data. Conversion can occur among "text=number, number=text, text=text, number=number". Here are a couple of examples.

1) Convert classes into ratings (1 to 1 mapping)

2) Use a five-point scale marks to rate the speeds of a horse in different distance and going (mapping a range to a figure, you need only 1 conversion table)

3) In last 2 seasons, convert age 0-3 to 10 marks, 4-5 to 20 marks and 6 or above to 15 marks. In current season, convert age 0-3 to 12 marks, 4-5 to 20 marks and 6 or above to 16 marks (mapping a range to a number, you need only 1 conversion table)

Powerful Features

Browsing: Rapid Past Records Browsing
Rapid Past Records Browsing
User-Defined Query: List Races with Winning Margins over 2 Horse Lengths
List Races with Winning Margins over 2 Horse Lengths
User-Defined Runners Filter: Eliminate Presumable Losers
Eliminate Presumable Losers
User-Defined Statistics: Horse Age Analysis
Horse Age Analysis
User-Defined Statistics: Draw Analysis
Draw Analysys
Trackwork from Different Perspectives
Track Work from Different Perspectives
Personal Notes and Ratings
Personal Notes and Ratings
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