Get ahead for the new flat season by taking advantage of a series of improvements to the horse racing pages on the Exchange. Here's the lowdown...
"Individual runner form is now available on desktop. This allows you to view details on previous runs, including Betfair Starting Price and the maximum and minimum prices traded in-running, as well as a replay of that specific race."
Form guides and race replays
Individual runner form is now available on desktop. This allows you to view details on previous runs, including Betfair Starting Price and the maximum and minimum prices traded in-running, as well as a replay of that specific race. It can be accessed by pressing the arrow next to any runner taking part in a UK or Irish meeting.
Don't want it? No problem - this feature can be turned off by unticking the Timeform checkbox at the top of the market view.
New tabs on mobile
This shows the next 10 upcoming races and includes those in-play. You can choose whether this shows all races, or just those in the UK and Ireland, by altering a filter at the top of the page. All runners are displayed, accompanied by their prices, as well as being able to place bets. To access features like Cash Out, Archive Video and the Live Race stream, please select an individual runner, or the Race Title at the top of the page.
The new Meetings page shows all races happening on a specific day, grouped by country. All 'Day of Race' markets can be found from this page using the day selector, once the markets have been created. You can also collapse countries that are not of interest.
Results can be accessed from this page, by selecting a race with a winning post icon.
All races are now listed in chronological order, reducing the number of clicks required to get to a race for major events from six to three. Races are also grouped by country, which are collapsible.
We don't want you to miss any of the action while you're placing a bet. That's why we have ensured that video remains active while you are scrolling the market, whether that be to check the prices or to back a winner. The video can also be moved around the screen, so you can position it where you like.