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F A S T  (track)

A dry dirt track condition.


 
F I L L Y 

A female horse under the age of 5; from 5 she will be referred to as a broodmare.


 
F I N A L   P O S I T I O N 

Final position refers to where a horse finished in a race.


 
F I R M  (track)

A turf track condition that corresponds to fast dirt.
 


 
F I T N E S S 

All horses start at 50% which needs to be increased for competitive racing.
Training, vitamins and racing all contribute toward fitness gains but avoid over-training.


 
F O R M 

A horse’s racing history is referred to as form, which outlines its runs/places/wins/earning stats.


 
F U R L O N G 

Measurement of distance. 1 furlong equals 200 metres.

The minimum / maximum racing distances are 5 furlongs (1000M) / 16 furlongs (3200M).
 
 


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