TPD News, Sep 2019: 136,000 horses

Plus In-Play Odds, UK Courses, USA Official Timer, Sky Sports Racing, St Leger Data

It’s been a busy few months for TPD. Major technical improvements have taken place across all parts of the system especially with regards to tracking performance. We’ve rolled out to new tracks, won more contracts to become Official Timer in the USA and published data on more than 130,000 horse performances across the UK, USA and Canada.

UK in-running data

  • Six new tracks added in 2019

  • Total number of UK venues: 15 racecourses

  • ARC rollout complete with Hereford’s first raceday in October

  • Live and post race data is published for every one of these races

  • Over 50 fixtures per month

  • Installing at Chester in September

Sky Sports Racing Broadcast Data

Distributing live to Sky Sports Racing for all racedays, TPD are supplying datafeeds for speed, section, split times and pace.

Sky Sports Racing

Sky Sports Racing

USA & North America

  • TPD is the Official Timer for racing at all USA installations

  • Penn National and Colonial Downs added in 2019

  • Total North American tracks now at seven installations

  • New hardware has delivered exciting levels of enhanced performance

  • Live broadcast graphics deployed

  • Full running order available

  • 2020 rollout ramped up


  • Stride data continues to lift the bonnet on the mighty thoroughbred with the Racing Post featuring this data every Saturday in their Data Analysis column.

  • At The Races are working on some exciting ways to display jumping fluency this Autumn.

Racing Post

Data Analysis Graphics Published

Racing Post - 27 July 2019

Racing Post – 27 July 2019

Racing Post - 17 August 2019

Racing Post – 17 August 2019

Racing Post - 31 August 2019

Racing Post – 31 August 2019

Racing Post - 6 September 2019

Racing Post – 6 September 2019

In Play Probability Feed for Operators

  • In Play price per runner per second

  • 10,000 calculations per horse, per second

  • Neural networks continue to train the statistical model’s predictions

  • Created using TPD’s extensive data stream

  • Demo available for Operators, contact us to book now

St Leger Data

Who will win the St Leger? Simon Rowlands has run his rule over the cadence and speed required and describes the hot favourite, Logician, as a “notably good fit”. Will his stride data, compare with last year’s winner, Kew Gardens? Read the full article on At The

At The Races

At The Races

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