Since making their published debut in 1992, Beyer Speed Figures
have become the industry standard for evaluating Thoroughbred performance.
Exclusively found in DRF PPs
Beyer Speed Figures
Andrew Beyer and his associates answer selected readers’ questions about Beyer Speed Figures. Questions of general interest will be preferred for publication.
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Beyer Slide show
Beyer Slideshow featuring last weekend’s stakes winners from around the country with Beyer Speed Figures, sire/breeder information and more
Each week, we will analyze the top maiden winners by Beyer performances.
Jan. 8: Will there be a new Smarty Party?
Jan. 15: Spice Is Nice is
Jan. 22: Nadal serves an ace
Jan. 29: Kingpin may have been aided by turf course bias
Feb. 5: Another Declaration of War for dirt
Feb 12: Golden Tapit has the pedigree
Pars for Beyer Speed Figures represent the approximate average winning figure for a given class at a given track.
These numbers reflect the relative strength of different racing circuits. At Belmont Park, maiden special weight races for older horses have a par of 87. The par for the same class at Thistledown is 59.
Beyer Sire Performance Standings
Beyer Sire Performance Standings offer a metric for measuring stallion performance beyond wins and earnings.
Regularly updated current leaders in Beyer Figures, by division
1993-2018 Top Beyer Speed Figures
Links to stories by Dick Jerardi
on handicapping with Beyer Figures