Harness Eye is a one of a kind daily newspaper which publishes past performances for most tracks racing across North America. The detailed past performances appearing in Harness Eye cannot be found in any other track program or internet service.
Our exclusive "short comments" give an insight into what occurred between the race calls (when the horse was on the move or how strongly he finished). Also exclusive to Harness Eye are our speed figures and variant and bias.
The Harness Eye Speed Figures offer a one-stop guide to which horses are performing well enough to compete. Our variant and bias provides the reader with information as to whether speed was holding up that night or if the track was playing faster or slower than normal.
Perhaps the most valuable features are the complete charts from the Meadowlands with commentary on each horse that competed. These nuggets of information are so beneficial that users of track past performances or online services often purchase Harness Eye for this feature alone.
Finally, the paper provides readers with news releases to keep up with daily events in the industry as well as in depth handicapping from selected tracks.
Harness Eye stands alone in reaching all patrons interested in seriously handicapping a harness race. Our readers are loyal and typically rank on the high end of the wagering spectrum. Comments such as "I can't imagine handicapping without it [Harness Eye]," are commonplace amongst the e-mails and letters we receive.
Derick Giwner - Editor-in-Chief