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Equibase Expands ‘Leaders By Track’ Data

Equibase Company has expanded the availability of its free leaders by track data on equibase.com. Initially available for the most recent past two meets per racetrack, the leaders by track listings are now available for every past meet back to 2000.

Leaders by track data is available for each horse, owner, jockey, and trainer that had a start at the respective meet. The data can be sorted by column heading: starts, firsts, seconds, thirds, earnings, win percentage, and in the money percentage.

“Fans and industry participants alike enjoy seeing how horses and people perform during specific track meets, but it was limiting to just have the past two years of data,” said Rhonda Norby, Equibase's director of Marketing and Communications. “For media who are conducting research or for those who just enjoy looking back, the additional 20 years of data will be a welcome addition.”

Users can find the leaders by track listings within the statistics section of equibase.com. In addition to the ability to sort on column headings, data for every horse, owner, trainer, and jockey can be filtered to view the statistics by a variety of categories, including age, sex, racing surface, and all races vs. stakes races or just graded races.

Equibase Company is a partnership between subsidiaries of The Jockey Club and the Thoroughbred Racing Associations of North America and serves as the Thoroughbred industry's official database. Through its website and mobile applications, Equibase offers a comprehensive array of free statistical information as well as premium handicapping products and reports in support of the North American Thoroughbred racing industry.

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