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I am analysing today's card and FPLR for Stradivarius is 1. His last run was in the Arc where he came 7th.

@michael-clarke

Out of curiosity Michael, what information do you get when you click on the horse name in the racecard? Are overseas races shown there?

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To clarify, our data comes from the same source. We do not currently provide international racing. However, the most recent races shown under a horses name will include international racing, this is how data is supplied to us.

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Yep, looks like it's ignored the French race. Not very good as FPLR is still one of the key variables that I use.

@michael-clarke

If the Arc race shows in the form and race history but is not in the FPLR, it suggests they aren't both pulling from the same source. Curious.

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No it's not in the race history. A bit irritating as well that if the horse was a non runner last time the FPLR shows 500 rather than where it finished the last time it actually ran, a bit of pointless information I think.

@michael-clarke I think I might be right in saying that the data used by RA only covers races held in the UK and Ireland

@michael-clarke Alf is right, we only have data for races in the UK and Ireland.

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