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Tuesday, June 19, 2007Contact: Shannon K. Luce (859) 224-2716
Charts and Video Replays Available
in New Edited Catalogue Style Pedigree Report

The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc. (TJCIS) has unveiled on an edited catalogue style pedigree that includes convenient links to result charts and video race replays of black type races that appear on the catalogue page.

In this new edited catalogue style pedigree, black type race names are hyperlinked when either a result chart (from Equibase or a foreign racing authority) or a video replay (provided by Post Time Technologies / is available.

The report also features an option to include the auction history and best Equibase® Speed Figure or Timeform Rating where available for each horse listed on the page.

“Result charts and video replays bring an exciting new dimension and another layer of comprehensiveness to the catalogue style pedigree for those industry professionals seeking the most complete information for their bloodstock decisions,” said Gary Falter, vice president of operations for TJCIS. “This pedigree is another example of our on-going efforts to integrate video and other value-added content into our products and services. When used with the optional auction histories and Equibase Speed Figures and Timeform Ratings, this new catalogue style pedigree enables horsemen to more definitively assess the merits of a horse’s pedigree.”

Available for $17 through the “equineline Reports” section of, the edited catalogue style pedigree featuring result charts and video replays is accessible as Product 40PA in a PDF format. Samples of this and all other equineline reports are also available on the site.

The result charts are provided at no additional charge while a variety of video replay subscription options are available, including daily, monthly and quarterly plans. Video replays are also accessible for $0.35 per race, and the replays remain available for viewing for 48 hours after purchase.

The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Jockey Club, is an industry leader in the areas of technology and information services for industry professionals, including owners, breeders, trainers, veterinarians and farm personnel. TJCIS utilizes state-of-the-art technology to enhance the services it provides through as well as its cataloguing and software consulting divisions.