We take a quick glance at the award-winning Geegeez racecards that have been designed with the end user in mind. There are just too many features to cover in-depth, but we have tried to cover the basics.
The racecards cover pretty much what you would expect from other providers (like the Racing Post & Sporting Life) but it is only when you dig deeper that you realise the power of the Geegeez racecards.
You can add comments to every horse, set up email alerts for when they are declared to run next and add your own rating. You also easily look up the recent form of the horse, jockey and breeding & sales data.
Clicking on any horse will bring up the screen below. From here, you can filter the data in numerous ways. You can view race form over Distance, Course and even form following a break.
The Individual Horse Profile Window.
Don’t have time or expertise to study the form in-depth? The Geegeez’s ‘Instant Expert‘ feature has you covered. Just click on the ‘Instant Expert‘, button and that will bring up the following screen.
The Instant Expert Window.
What to know how a particular horse runs? You might want to bet on a horse that runs near the back (Held Up) and get better odds in-play.
Some courses are suited to horses that run near the front, whilst others, are more suited to horses coming off the pace. With one click of the mouse you can have all that information.
The Pace Window.
Head 2 Head Geegeez Racecards
Another powerful feature is the Head 2 Head, whereby you can quickly (with one click of the mouse) look at how horses have run against each other.
Using the example below, you can see that Secret Potion has run against Red Stripes 3 times.
Secret Potion has beat Red Strips once and been beaten twice by the same horse. This information can prove an excellent resource when betting on the Head 2 Head markets.
Using the Bet Tracker can help identify your betting strengths and weaknesses and to keep tabs on which systems/tipster are working.
We recommend signing up for a trial and see if you can take your horse racing knowledge to the next level.
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