Day At The Track

An iPad App for racing programs is launched

09:50 PM 03 May 2012 NZST
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TrackMaster, in conjunction with their parent company, Equibase, has launched iPPs - a revolutionary new handicapping tool for the iPad that allows users to customize and 'mark-up' Harness Racing PPs, just as if they were handicapping with a traditional pen and paper. The App also works on all Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse files.

The iPPs App is free, and once installed on the iPad, users can access the TrackMaster PPs or Platinum PPs directly from the iTunes store conveniently using their iTunes account information. Once delivered to the iPad, users are free to mark up and personalize the programs however they like to handicap. They can denote, circle and mark the program with any of the iPPs special marking options, including a pen, highlighter, notes feature, under liner, or strike through functions.

"After months in development, we are thrilled to launch the iPPs," said TrackMaster President, David Siegel. "At TrackMaster, we continually strive to be on the leading edge of technology, continually pushing ourselves to offer better and easier to use products for U.S. and Canadian harness players, while also providing a platform for new fans to use and become interested in this great sport. The iPPs App hits on all aspects," continued Siegel.

The iPPs app can be downloaded at no charge from the iTunes store, programs start at $1.99 per card and in addition to traditional program information, feature TrackMaster exclusive value added statistics like speed and class ratings, post position stats, pace and power ratings, driver and trainer stats and much, much more. Subscription pricing will be offered in the near future.

TrackMaster, a wholly owned subsidiary of Equibase Company LLC, provides a full range of handicapping products for the three major racing breeds - Thoroughbred, American Quarter Horse and Standardbred. Equibase Company LLC is a partnership between subsidiaries of The Jockey Club and the Thoroughbred Racing Associations of North America and serves as the Thoroughbred industry's official database. Additional information about the companies is available at and

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