racing form

rac·ing form

An information sheet about horseraces.

rac′ing form`

a sheet that provides detailed information about horse races, including data on the horses, jockeys, etc.
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has acquired multi-media information company Sports Information Group, LLC, which publishes horse-racing industry content provider the Daily Racing Form, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 26, 2017-Z Capital Acquires Horse-Racing Industry Content Provider Daily Racing Form
Records indicate that the electronic timer used at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course recorded Secretariat's win in 1 minute, 55 seconds, while two independent clockers from the Daily Racing Form each hand- timed the race at 1:53 2/5.
Motion, speaking to the Daily Racing Form, said: "We noticed Sunday morning that he wasn't 100 per cent and that he was sore in the same leg he injured in the Belmont.
THE unfortunately named Julian Thick, MD of Aintree Racecourse, has no bearing on what I still believe to be a mug's game, even for those who study racing form.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-25 January 2008-Sona Mobile and Daily Racing Form launch new mobile portal(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Bernardini has cruised to six straight wins, including the Preakness, Travers and Jockey Club Gold Cup, and was made the early 8-5 favorite by Daily Racing Form oddsmaker Mike Watchmaker.
Daily Racing Form (DRF; New York), the 110-year-old daily newspaper covering thoroughbred racing, and related assets have been acquired by the Wicks Group of Companies (New York) from an company controlled by Alpine Equity Partners (New York).
But horse racing form is a very different thing to football form.
And Annenberg's publications--the Daily Racing Form, TV Guide, Seventeen, the Philadelphia Inquirer--never had the cachet of the phalanx of Conde Nast's glossies.
The Daily Racing Form, which covers horse racing across the country in several regional editions, had direct competition for a while with the Racing Times.