What services does Brisnet provide?


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Brisnet is an online horse racing information service that provides a free daily handicapping newsletter and a daily free update on the Thoroughbred industry. Its SuperTote offers real-time odds and instant race results for up to five horse racing tracks. Users also can access a podcast, as well as products for handicappers and horsemen.

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Handicappers. breeders and players all get usable information from Brisnet, as of 2015. Among those features are databases on the pedigree of any registered foal, going back more than 100 years, along with race records, public auction prices for all foals since 1986, maiden and turf pedigree statistics on all 2- and 3-year-olds of the past year and the distance by which each winner outran the competition.

An email notification service, StableAlert, provides free access to the entries and results scanner for individual horses, trainers and races. Users wanting to track entries and results for sires or dams are charged a fee.

Brisnet users can find data about events such as the Belmont Stakes, the Preakness, the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs. The site also sells several versions of handicapping software.

Brisnet is short for Bloodstock Research Information Services, and the Churchill Downs Technology Initiatives Company and Equibase Company LLC are the site's owners.

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