Listening to customers and the Poly questions, Keeneland comes up with more customer-centric perks. They have included a database on their website, the Thoroughbred Times reports.
The site will feature a free data sheet with sortable information from every race contested at Keeneland since the 2006 fall meet, which marked the debut of the Polytrack surface that replaced the conventional dirt strip at the Lexington racetrack.
Sortable data categories include race type, distance, temperature, field size, final time, track maintenance and information about the winner, including post position, half-mile position, and last race location.
Jeremy Plonk was apparently asked to help on this feature.
Kudos to Keeneland.