When you launch Formulator Web, you will be brought to a page listing all North American tracks currently running (see screenshot below).
Formulator Web past performances are typically available two days in advance, and you can go back to view old past performances from past 30 days.
The race cards are separated into three columns: Today, Upcoming and Previous. The first column is always “Today” and represents today’s race card. Scan to the immediate right and you will see the Upcoming race cards in reverse chronological order.
If the letter “e” appears next to the race card you’d like to view, for example “Belmont Park 03e” this is the “Early Edition” of the race card. Early Edition race cards are available at 8 PM Eastern Standard Time, two days prior to the race. Early Edition race cards include past performances, analysis, graded handicaps, track facts and selections.
If the letter “f” appears next to the race card you’d like to view, for example “Belmont Park 02f” this is the “Final Edition” of the race card. Final Edition race cards include past performances, morning line odds, analysis, graded handicaps, track facts and selections, and early scratches and program numbers.
If you have purchased a race card, you can now click on any date to view the Formulator Web Past Performances. After clicking the date of your choice, you will be brought to the “Conditions” page.
If you are already viewing a race card in Formulator Web and would like to view another race card (assuming you have already purchased another race card), simply click the “Cards” tab located at the top-left of the navigation bar to return to the race card selection page. You can also switch between previously purchased race cards using this "Cards" button, and will not be charged for another purchase.
Using Tabs to view multiple cards
The latest version of Formulator allows you to quickly open multiple cards in different tabs or browser windows from the Card Menu Selection page. To activate this function, open the Settings and scroll down to the option that says, “Open Card in:”, and then click on either “New Tab” or “New Window.”