05/08/2015 11:51AM

Daily Racing Form releases the 2015 American Racing Manual


Daily Racing Form announced the availability of the iconic 2015 American Racing Manual – and the launch of its companion digital version of the hardcover book, delivering a mobile-enabled and fully indexed experience for all participants in Thoroughbred racing – from Thoroughbred fans to horseplayers to owners/breeders and industry professionals.

The 2015 American Racing Manual continues to set the standard for providing complete and thorough full-year Thoroughbred statistical data. In its 119th year of publication, ARM is an extraordinarily comprehensive resource, offering a wealth of information on every aspect of Thoroughbred racing, packed inside 1,826 pages and now fully portable on your tablet. The 2015 edition includes Beyer pars for North American tracks, graded stakes charts, past performances of all graded stakes winners, histories of all graded stakes, and records for every Thoroughbred racehorse, trainer and jockey that competed in North America in 2014, plus special statistical sections for Triple Crown races, the Breeders’ Cup, and much more. A table of contents can be accessed at www.drf.com/ARM.

Purchasers of the 2015 American Racing Manual in book format will receive a link to download the digital edition for free. The digital version of the 2015 American Racing Manual will also be available for purchase separately.

"We are thrilled that for the first time, we are serving up this vast repository of Thoroughbred racing information digitally in an easy-to-use indexed format,” said John Hartig, Daily Racing Form Chairman and CEO. "Our team has long envisioned a digital version of the American Racing Manual , and new technology has now enabled publishing a fabulous product that will dramatically enhance utility – and usefulness and provide the industry complete access to a year-end review.”

The DRF American Racing Manual reads just like the book on both desktop and mobile devices. Visit DRF.com/ARM today to purchase your copy of the hardback ARM for $60 (and receive the digital edition free) or choose to download the digital edition for $30.