Since we started publishing the RacingFormBook racecards, we have received a number of requests to provide them in a data format. As such, we now create each meeting from United Kingdom and Ireland as a Daily Racecard CSV File.
With our racing results data files we have two formats in which the data is available for download. The Duo, which is in fact two files, or the Single File Format. It was decided by consensus that we would adopt just the one file format to hold all the information.
The data that is contained in each Daily Racecard CSV File, is taken directly from the published webpages for each meeting.
Here is the details of the raceard CSV Files. We concentrate on this first image. The columns of data for each horse are the race conditions.
Now the second half of the file, which covers complete details for the runners.
Please download a copy of the sample day we use as an example by clicking the button below.
While that was a brief run through of the content by columns for the Daily Racecard CSV File. There is a lot more information about the RacingFormBook racecards themselves which we publish each day.
For the latest published racecards Click Daily Racecards and that will take you to them.
For an in depth review of the actual published racecards there is a 5 part series of articles, Click Racecards Explained.
These Daily Racecard CSV Files are available for and on each days racing.
We provide the files to our Subscribers as one of the services that they receive. To become a Subscriber or register as a member for Free then Click Membership Options.
There are not many places where you can obtain the days horse racing cards in a CSV format, so we hope that in providing them we can assist those looking for this information.
As always please send any comments or question to us via the Contact Us page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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