Stretching back to the 2007-8 season, watch up to the last two minutes of each race, Videos often uploaded on the day of the fixture.
Each horse that finishes a race, or falls at the final fence, receives an individual rating to reflect the level of their performance in that particular race.
Our team of reporters who are on-course at each and every fixture during the season, giving you the extra insight into how a race developed.
Videos showing the last 90 seconds to two minutes of each race are uploaded from all Irish Point-to-Point race meeting, usually no later than Tuesday each week, with some videos posted online on the day of the race. Most people join to watch the latest videos, either to view a horse they owned, trained, rode or perhaps intent to buy. Point-to-Point enthusiasts and punters also subscribe to the members section to view races before making their bets.
Every horse that finishes a race in Point-to-Points receives a rating, as do final fence fallers.
This is useful for stallion owners to ensure that they do not miss any runners for the stallion’s progeny. It is also a particualy handy tool for punters who can select horses which they liked the way it ran and want to back it the next day. The email notification of entries will alert them when the horse is entered again.
This is based on the number of rides since their last winner.
These records can also be accessed for previous seasons.
This allows members to how many runners, winners, seconds, thirds, fallers etc.. that each rider (post-2000) and handler (post-2007) has had.
or example, it is possible to select a rider and a course to discover how many winner they have ridden around that particular course. Another popular search also includes selecting a sire and ground conditions to see how many winners a chosen sire has had on a certain ground condition.
It is a quick report showing the riders, course, ground and much more for the previous runs and the rating achieved.
It also allows members to discover which riders are most successful in the particular region, be it East, West, North or South.
They will see the ground conditions, average entries, number of runners and race times, for previous meetings at the course.