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Cole has been a distinguished king of racing books. "Cole" is one of the oldest and most popular race cards. Cole Race Card Creation allows for a comprehensive and effective analysis of all races. The race card's abode was at first at Lohar Chawl, known as Cole Printing Works, and later shifted to the Kalbadevi Area. Ranchhoddas improved the quality of the Cole Card by adding numerous features to help the racing patrons outshine their competitors. Ranchhoddas’ new publication under his banner was named "Cole" and hence began the race card's 100-year sojourn to the present date.
A race card contains all the information about a race, from the horse lineup to their form guide, the jockeys, their owners and their trainers.
Each horse form guide shows its total career runs break up along with its break up of favourable distance of that particular horse making it convenient for you to read.
You can see the highlights of each race, from the top horses of the day to their jockeys, keeping a track of the fun.
The huge amount of money up for grabs at the races can be viewed at the click of a finger.
Cole brings you all the detailed results, including the Race Day Report of horses, that brings all the detail for horses that ran across a race in India.
You can find data on any race horse that you want, from old horses to the ones from a particular centre, all a button away.
It's a book without which the race-gores are helpless. It contains every bit of information related to a race - the numbers of horses, their lineage, weight, owners, trainers, jockeys, previous record and current morning workout forms besides the betting tips.
As the soft, rhythmic rumbleof hoofs gows into a defening thunder and the air is filled with clouds of dust and frenzied cires, with the culmination of yet another race, hundreds of race enthusiastsjump for joy, hug each other.
During the racing season(July-October or February-May, when races are held every weekend), they print close to thousands of books.
An entity called the Cole Race Card, standing the test of time like no other, entering its 90th year of dominance.
A recegoer's bible, The Cole has been a winning horse for the Adwalia family for nearly 80 years, says Sujata Assomull.