JCapper Past Performances... a cost effective alternative to Brisnet, TrackMaster, or the Daily Racing Form.
How it works:
Download horse racing past performance data and chart results files from HDW (Handicappers Data Warehouse.)
Data Plan Description and HDW Sign Up Info -CLICK HERE-
Use FREE JCapper Handicapping Software to generate your own past performances.
Use FREE JCapper Handicapping Software to generate your own comma delimited text past performance data files and comma delimited text results files.
Because these files are comma delimited text, in addition to being JCapper compatible they are also compatible with many other handicapping apps and
spreadsheets currently in use!
Sample JCapper Past Performances
Kentucky Derby 2011:
Customized to display running lines on Synthetic Surfaces only
Customized to display running lines on Dry Surfaces only
Customized to display running lines Within the Past 60 Days only
Preakness Stakes 2011:
Customized to display Early Running Lines only
Belmont Stakes 2011:
Customized to display Wet Running Lines only
Travers Stakes 2011:
Customized to display Late Running Lines only
Breeders Cup Classic 2011:
Customized to display All Running Lines
Customized to display Late Running Lines only
Note: Sometimes the player can gain insight into races by looking at them in a unique way.
Past Performances generated by all versions of JCapper (including the FREE versions of JCapper Silver and JCapper BASIC) can
be customized using settings persisted in the JCapper Enhanced Settings Module. The above sample past performances illustrate a few of the settings.
(There are currently more than 20 separate user defined options related to display of horse running lines in JCapper Past Performances.)
Past Performances generated by all versions of JCapper are rendered as HTML files -- meaning that you can double click
individual files to display past performances for individual races in a web browser (outside of JCapper.)
Because JCapper Past Perforamnces are HTML, you can email HTML files for individual races to yourself (from home) -- enabling you to view them
while at the track or OTB using an IPad or other mobile device. (Paperless Past Performances.)
Because JCapper Past Performances are HTML, you can easily print them from a web browser... Just right click the document and select PRINT.
How to get JCapper Past Perforamnces:
1. Download files from HDW using the FREE File Download Tool that comes with JCapper Silver or JCapper BASIC.
2. After downloading, run a file build routine to create comma delimited text past performance .JCP files.
3. Load .JCP files for the race cards you want to play into JCapper.
4. Launch JCapper's Past Performance Generator, select track code and race number --
and begin handicapping (within seconds after downloading) right from your office or living room!
With JCapper Past Performances, you will never drive all over town looking for a Daily Racing Form again.
Best of all, JCapper Past Performances are based on quality data from HDW (Handicappers Data Warehouse) and cost less than a Daily Racing Form.
Under the JCapper (Daily) Flex Plan, you have a choice: You can download files from HDW on a daily basis - or you can get unlimited file downloads on a monthly basis.
For sign up info or to learn more about the JCapper Flex Plan from HDW:
FREE Copy of JCapper Silver
HDW Enabled Version
This is a true database enabled intermediate level handicapping program. JCapper Silver includes selected factors from the proprietary JCapper factor set,
many of the JCapper modules including Scratch Bot, The SQL Mode Enabled Data Window, the HDW File Manager and (Professional) HDW File Download Tool --
Plus the ability to create your own comma delimited text .JCP past performance data files and comma delimited text results files that are
not just JCapper compatible - but compatible with many other handicapping apps and spreadsheets too!
For a complete product description -CLICK HERE-
HDW JCapper Silver and JCapper BASIC Data Plans
HDW (Handicappers Data Warehouse) offers both a Daily Flex Plan and a Monthly Unlimited File Download Plan to JCapper customers.
JCapper (Daily) Flex Plan:
For Info About the JCapper Flex Plan: -click here-
Monthly Unlimited File Download Plan:
For a limited time HDW is offering unlimited file downloads, both past performance data and text chart result files,
for all thoroughbred races run in North America, at the Special Introductory Price of $89.00 per month
to JCapper Silver and JCapper BASIC customers.
To Sign Up, contact HDW directly:
100 Farmers Bank Square
Georgetown, Ky 40324
As a JCapper Registered Program Owner, you now have a choice when it comes to data providers... Consider signing up for this plan.
Back HDW JCapper Data
HDW now has back JCapper data available from 1/1/2009 going forward. Data is sold in one month blocks. Each one month block gets you data and results for all thoroughbred races run in North America that month.
JCapper Silver and JCapper BASIC data pricing: $89.00 per month, 10% bulk discount for purchases of 6 or more months at a time.
JCapper Platinum data pricing: $119.00 per month, 10% bulk discount for purchases of 6 or more months at a time.
Q. What are the differences in file content between HDW JCapper Platinum and HDW JCapper Silver data plans?
A. None. Data files downloaded from HDW are identical for JCapper Platinum and JCapper Silver data subscribers.
Pricing differences between the two data plans are based entirely on what the Platinum program does with the data vs. what the Silver program can do.
Q. Does a JCapper Silver Data Plan subscriber lose his data (have to start over) in the event he later (a year or two in) decides to upgrade to JCapper Platinum?
A. No. After upgrading, the Platinum program can be used to rebuild Silver databases from scratch -- converting them into Platinum databases.
To purchase back HDW JCapper data, contact HDW directly. (see HDW contact info listed above.)
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The Sphere -
In June, 2006 I wrote an article titled "The Sphere" which was originally posted on the old JCapper Message Board. Fast forward two years. I'm
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The Story of JCapper
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UDMs - Framework and Style
A UDM or User Defined Model is an electronic definition, stored for frequent use, that describes a handicapping method in exact detail. In JCapper, users can create UDMs for specific tracks, distances, surfaces, and classes. UDMs can also be created to exploit the patterns of specific trainers, riders, and owners. Users can set factor constraints using rank, numeric value, and gap for any of the individual factors supported by JCapper. UDM definitions can be created using any of the factors in combination with each other. A UDM can be as as generic or as specific as the player desires.
A well thought out UDM is a thing of beauty and a true reflection of the player's preferred individual handicapping style.