You’ve placed a bet and you’re looking for the results but you’re unsure of where to turn to? Well, the internet is full of horse racing results sites, with some offering all sorts of useful tools to help your search.

Here is our guide to which results sites we like the best:

 

Racing Post

The Racing Post website is the go to horse racing website in the UK. It keeps readers up to date with all the big stories and the latest news from the world of horse racing.

Obviously, before you have any need to want to look up the results you need to study the cards and the Racing Post provide these on their website.

The cards are a useful tool for any punter and include everything you need to know about all the runners at upcoming meetings. Spotlight comments for each runner are a valuable tool and you can delve into the form of each individual runner.

The Racing Post’s results section makes it easy to find the winners, and of course the losers each day. Within the results section you can read the full race analysis and watch all the replays that you wish to revisit.

Click here to go to the results page.

 

888sport

Naturally we’re going to say that our own website is one of the best resources around for horse racing and checking out the results.

Our unique icard tool allows you to see the predicted outcome before placing your bet, as well as offering live streaming of the race when you have a bet on it.

Whether you reserve your bets for annual events like the Grand National or enjoy regular betting on horse races, at 888sport we offer you the best odds, tips and the easiest way of placing bets.

Horse racing is the second most punted sport on the internet and you can find out how your horses have performed on the following link:

Click here to go to the results page.

 

Racing TV

The Racing TV results section is one of the fastest results platforms for UK and Irish races with information being loaded up just a minute or two after the official weigh-in.

In addition to those domestic results they also cover results from selected French, US, Hong Kong, Australian and Dubai fixtures.

Racing TV gives you the first three horses (sometimes four) home and their starting price. If you require the result in full go to the meeting and click on the race to view the complete finishing order.

You will also find within the results section expert analyst comments and race replays from Racing TV’s partner racecourses. To view archive video replays on the Racing TV website click either the “Watch Race Finish” button or the “Watch Full Replay button.”

Access to the Racing TV results section is free but there are benefits to being a full subscriber of their service and racing channels.

Racing TV is dedicated to enhancing the value of the Racing TV membership, including free admission and ticket and hospitality offers if you like that kind of thing.

Click here to go to the results page.

 

At The Races (Sky Sports Racing)

The ATR website has all the racing results from all the meetings taking place in the UK, Ireland and overseas, including France and North America.

Their main menu shows a condensed version of the results including, starting prices and Tote pool pay outs. For more detail on a specific meeting you need to click on the full result.

This will take you to a page which shows the full finishing order, winning distances and in running comments from the Attheraces pundits and staff.

If you’re only looking for the 1-2-3, then head to their fast results page. This is updated with the latest results moments after the winner has passed the post.

ATR also offer a video replay service for the meetings that they cover on their station. The fixtures it is available for are designated by the TV symbol. Just like Racing TV, full replays and replays of the race finish are provided.

Archived results are also available at the top of the page by selecting the required date on the calendar.

 

Sporting Life

The Sporting Life website now offers a free service called “Insiders” which gives you a whole array of different features as well as the horse racing results. Here is what you can expect and the links:

Video: Unlimited video replays Watch race replays from all Sky Sports Racing and Racing TV tracks, from 30 minutes after the race.

Tips: Exclusive access to leading analysis, previews, and tips from our top columnists.

Tracker: Keep track of all of your selected horses with email reminders the night before they're due to run.

ITV7: Use your Insider account to enter ITV7, the free to enter competition with a huge cash prize.

If you are into printing out your racecards they have a service tailored for you. Available for every UK and Irish Race, the PDFs are online daily from early afternoon and are available in two formats - standard size and large print size. You can find them here: ATR printouts

Once again, this is another great resource for horse racing results and the landing page is here:

Click here to go to the results page.

 

Timeform

Timeform is a sports data and content provider specialising in horse racing and greyhounds racing and they provide both a free and a subscription based results service.

After you have checked out the results you can put some of your favourite horses in their tracker for next time. You can add detailed notes, keep your eye-catchers organised and decide when you receive e-mail alerts when your horses run. All for free!

Timeform is for the connoisseurs of horse racing, especially if you like to go into your form study with plenty of depth, but they do have some pretty accessible information that you don’t always have to pay for it.

You can find their result page here:

Click here to go to the results page.

 

*Credit for the main photo belongs to Michel Euler / AP Photo*

About the Author
By
Steve Mullington

Steven is a sports and horseracing enthusiast and is a member of the Horseracing Writers and Photographers Association (HWPA) in the United Kingdom.

He is a regular visitor to Paris Longchamp for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and a lifelong fan of the Aintree Grand National, a subject he writes about 52 weeks of the year. Last year he reached the impressive milestone of attending the last 25 renewals of the Grand National.