Sureform horse racing ratings are compiled from points being accrued from numerous factors and information deemed by us to be the most important criteria in influencing the chances each horse has of winning the race being examined. This does not mean the highest rated horse will win the races rated, but generally the higher rated horses hold the best claims to winning. The ratings for any given race has no bearing on previous or historical ratings, each horses rating is individual to the circumstances of the race in question. When backing horses the most important aspect is being able to bet at value odds, for this reason, horse ratings are mostly compiled in handicap races (class 4 or higher) where the odds are usually more attractive and can be exploited. Sureformracing currently provides ratings for handicap, non handicap and all weather horse racing in the uk. Today's Ratings - View horse ratings on the day. Tomorrow's Ratings - Keep ahead of the game with Tomorrow's Handicap horse ratings. Ratings Archive - View horse ratings from past dates, for free. Winners, non-runners, betting advice and dutch selections are also provided.
Sureform horse ratings are compiled from points being accrued from numerous factors and information deemed by us to be the most important criteria in influencing the chances each horse has of winning the race being examined.

This does not mean the highest rated horse will win the races rated, but generally the higher rated horses hold the best claims to winning.

The ratings for any given race has no bearing on previous or historical ratings, each horses rating is individual to the circumstances of the race in question.

When backing horses the most important aspect is being able to bet at value odds, for this reason, horse ratings are mostly compiled in handicap races (class 4 or higher) where the odds are usually more attractive and can be exploited.

Ratings for specific non - handicap races
for 3 year old's and upwards (class 4 or higher) also provided.
All Weather racing everything applies in the same manner.
National hunt racing is the same but for horses 4 years old and upwards (class 4 or higher)
Sureform provides ratings for
handicap, non handicap and all weather horse racing in the uk.
View horse ratings on the day
Keep ahead of the game with Tomorrow's horse ratings.
View horse ratings from past dates, for free.
Displays all handicap racing, rated by sureform, on the day
True to it's name, all Non handicap racing rated by sureform on the day.
Displays only all weather racing rated by sureform on the day.
Winners, non-runners, betting advice and dutch selections are provided with each set of ratings
Official Handicap Horse Ratings (OR). About half of all horse racing in the United Kingdom is a Handicap race. They have become the best sort of race for owners to have a winner in. The very highest rated horses are not allowed to enter handicap races. Horses eligible to race in handicaps, have official horse ratings decided by the British Horseracing Authority or B.H.A for short. The B.H.A. assesses all the races run, on a weekly basis, and updates official ratings for each horse. The list of official horse ratings is then published based upon performances on the racecourse. This means the higher the official rating each horse achieves, dictates which horses are the best, and which are of lesser quality. Handicaps are for all horses officially rated within the official class bands, which are dictated by weight being allotted, using each horses official rating, which fluctuates with racecourse performances. What the B.H.A. tries to achieve is parity (equality) between all contenders in each handicap horse race. In truth a horse allotted top weight, with an official rating, of say 120, and each of the other horses in the race having official ratings, of say 115, 112, 111, 110, 108 and 106, this means each horse is set to give the lowest rated/weighted horse between 2 lbs and 14 lbs (each numerical point is equal to 1 lb in weight). Every horse by weight, frames the handicap from the race conditions. Each horse has a similarly fair chance to win, as dictated by its official handicap rating. Most handicaps both Flat and N. Hunt are restricted to horses with official ratings within a certain range. This dictates which horses run in certain races, what weight each horse carries, and which races each horse can compete in. If a horse performs better than its official rating, more than likely it will be given a higher official rating. If a horse continually performs below its official rating it will be given a lower official rating. There is a penalty system in operation used by the B.H.A. This allows the handicapper the opportunity to penalise a winning horse, prior to the handicapper having this winning performance to hand, for purposes of assessment of the improvement made. The winning horse if declared to race again within the 7 day period, before the handicapper is able to take into account the winning performance, will carry a weight penalty. A penalised horse is always indicated by the extra weight 
(3 lb ex, 5 lb ex,7 lb ex, etc) within the race card. The official handicap rating is used purely for weight allotment in relation to race conditions, and has no bearing on race prediction of winners. In other words, the highest official rated horse in any handicap race ran on Flat turf, AW or N. Hunt will always be the horse set to shoulder the highest weight.
Official

Handicap Horse Ratings

(OR).
About half of all horse racing in the United Kingdom is a Handicap race.
They have become the best sort of race for owners to have a winner in.
The very highest rated horses are not allowed to enter handicap races.

Horses eligible to race in handicaps, have official horse ratings decided by the British Horseracing Authority or B.H.A for short. The B.H.A. assesses all the races run, on a weekly basis, and updates official ratings for each horse. The list of official horse ratings is then published based upon performances on the racecourse.

This means the higher the official rating each horse achieves, dictates which horses are the best, and which are of lesser quality.

Handicaps are for all horses officially rated within the official class bands, which are dictated by weight being allotted, using each horses official rating, which fluctuates with racecourse performances.

What the B.H.A. tries to achieve is parity (equality) between all contenders in each handicap horse race. In truth a horse allotted top weight, with an official rating, of say 120, and each of the other horses in the race having official ratings, of say 115, 112, 111, 110, 108 and 106, this means each horse is set to give the lowest rated/weighted horse between 2 lbs and 14 lbs (each numerical point is equal to 1 lb in weight). Every horse by weight, frames the handicap from the race conditions. Each horse has a similarly fair chance to win, as dictated by its official handicap rating.

Most handicaps both Flat and N. Hunt are restricted to horses with official ratings within a certain range. This dictates which horses run in certain races, what weight each horse carries, and which races each horse can compete in. If a horse performs better than its official rating, more than likely it will be given a higher official rating. If a horse continually performs below its official rating it will be given a lower official rating.

There is a penalty system in operation used by the B.H.A. This allows the handicapper the opportunity to penalise a winning horse, prior to the handicapper having this winning performance to hand, for purposes of assessment of the improvement made. The winning horse if declared to race again within the 7 day period, before the handicapper is able to take into account the winning performance, will carry a weight penalty. A penalised horse is always indicated by the extra weight
(3 lb ex, 5 lb ex,7 lb ex, etc) within the race card.

The official handicap rating is used purely for weight allotment in relation to race conditions, and has no bearing on race prediction of winners. In other words, the highest official rated horse in any handicap race ran on Flat turf, AW or N. Hunt will always be the horse set to shoulder the highest weight.
Anything can happen in a horse race Winning a horse race is always an uncertain event, and every day/week, factors, and unimaginable circumstances contrive to beat you, and undo all the in depth study and analysis you?ve done on any given race. Most serious racing fans live in hope of actually beating the game long-term. They relish the challenge, and continue to try harder, and learn more, but the outcome of certain races eludes them. Are they ready to take personal responsibility? Can they deal with both the frustration, and the emotional feelings that come with negative results? Most punters are unable to accept betting on losers. The reality is betting more losers, is the only way to become successful in horseracing. What I mean is you must bet horses at value odds, which brings more losers into the equation. There isn't a blame attached to betting losers, there shouldn't be any regret, or disappointment. It's all part of what makes a winning and astute successful punter. You must eliminate short-term expectation, and get to know, and understand the philosophy of success. The astute successful punter is impassive to winners and losers, and when they occur. His ' state of mind ' is unaffected by losses in the short-term, he knows absolutely that success in horseracing is all about the long-term. There will inevitably be losing streaks, there will also be winning purple patches (the only danger to be aware of here, is becoming over confidant). Let sureform be your guide to success Profitable betting success can only be achieved by backing selections at  Value Odds.  Volume wagering is our key to profit - our time is of vital importance - a profitable edge will bring reward. This is what will enable you to enjoy a rewarding, worthwhile and profitable long-term future in horseracing. This is your opportunity to taste real success.
Anything can happen in a horse race
Winning a horse race is always an uncertain event, and every day/week, factors, and unimaginable circumstances contrive to beat you, and undo all the in depth study and analysis you've done on any given race.

Most serious racing fans live in hope of actually beating the game long-term. They relish the challenge, and continue to try harder, and learn more, but the outcome of certain races eludes them.
Are they ready to take personal responsibility?
Can they deal with both the frustration, and the emotional feelings that come with negative results? 

Most punters are unable to accept betting on losers.
The reality is betting more losers, is the only way to become successful in horseracing. What I mean is you must bet horses at value odds, which brings more losers into the equation. There isn't a blame attached to betting losers, there shouldn't be any regret, or disappointment. It's all part of what makes a winning and astute successful punter.

You must eliminate short-term expectation, and get to know, and understand the philosophy of success.
The astute successful punter is impassive to winners and losers, and when they occur. His ' state of mind ' is unaffected by losses in the short-term, he knows absolutely that success in horseracing is all about the long-term.

There will inevitably be losing streaks, there will also be winning purple patches (the only danger to be aware of here, is becoming overconfident).


Let sureform be your guide to success

Profitable betting success can only be achieved by backing selections at

Value Odds.

Volume wagering is our key to profit - our time is of vital importance - a profitable edge will bring reward. This is what will enable you to enjoy a rewarding, worthwhile and profitable long-term future in horseracing.
Staking is the percentage of a betting bank used to secure a winning return. The simplest of all staking plans is level stakes, placing the same stake on each selection regardless of odds. Every staking strategy/plan requires its own bank, set at a level to comfortably allow for a series of adverse results. Staking strategies/plans for win bets. 20/80 bets (each way betting), dutch bets (backing more than one selection in the same event) and lay bets (acting as a bookmaker) are available at sureformracing.com.
Staking Plans
Staking is the percentage of a betting bank used to secure a winning return.

The simplest of all staking plans is level stakes, placing the same stake on each selection regardless of odds.

Every staking strategy/plan requires its own bank, set at a level to comfortably allow for a series of adverse results.

Staking strategies/plans for win bets. 20/80 bets (each way betting), dutch bets (backing more than one selection in the same event) and lay bets (acting as a bookmaker) are available at sureformracing.com.
Staking Strategy 1 > staking plan is for win singles and requires a 500pts bank.
Staking Strategy 1
staking plan is for win singles and requires a 250pts bank.
Staking Strategy 2 > strategy is for backing 20/80 and requires a 500pts bank
Staking Strategy 2
strategy is for backing 20/80 and requires a 500pts bank
Staking Strategy 3 > strategy is for backing dutch selections and requires a 500 pts bank
Staking Strategy 3
strategy is for backing dutch selections and requires a 500 pts bank
Staking Strategy 4 > Strategy is for Laying selections to win and requires a 500 pt bank
Staking Strategy 4
Strategy is for Laying selections to win and requires a 500 pt bank
Growth of Bank > This strategy is only required if you need to grow your personal bankroll.
Growth of Bank
This strategy is only required if you need to grow your personal bankroll.
Free horse Racing Dutching system. Dutch selections are provided with each set of Handicap Horseracing Ratings. The top two to six rated horses is where most bets will be made, and it is recommended that a dutching strategy is used when the market odds allow.
Dutching Strategy
Dutch selections are provided
with each set of Ratings.

The top two to six rated horses is where most bets will be made, and it is recommended that a dutching strategy is used when the market odds allow.
5 - 7 runners > 1st and 2nd top rated horses are selected
5 - 7 runners
1st and 2nd top rated horses are selected
8 - 15 runners > 1st, 2nd and 3rd top rated horses are selected
8 - 15 runners
1st, 2nd and 3rd top rated horses are selected
16+ runners > 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th top rated horses are selected
16+ runners
1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th top rated horses are selected
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