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RACING POST & OFFICIAL HORSE RATINGS


Racing Post Ratings (RPR) are based on a horse's racing ability in relation to the weight carried i.e. if horse X beats horse Y carrying
the same weight then it is awarded a higher rating. The ratings are expressed in pounds (lb) so a horse rated 140 is regarded as 10lb better than one rated 130. There is a sliding scale for converting lb to distance where 3lb = 1 length over 5f and 1lb = 1 length over 2m
and upwards. The Official Ratings (OR) use the same criteria as the Racing Post, but are compiled by the British Horseracing Board (BHB) and are used to determine the weights horses carry in handicap ratings. In contrast to RPR, the BHB ratings listed for horses in
the results reflect the horses' rating going into the race not what they achieved in the race.


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