Output: (decimal) Returns properties of a specific race.
Id of the market.
Can return one of the following properties:
'favourite_by_odd' = returns the Id of the runner at the position [index]. Horses are ordered by back price
'favourite_by_bf' = returns the Id of the runner at the position [index]. Horses are ordered by Betfair ordinal position
'distance' = return the distance of the race in meters
'in_play' = returns the in-play status of the race: 0 the race didn't go in-play, if 1 the race went in-play
'turn_in_play_enabled' = return the in-play type of the race: if 0 the race will not go in-play, if 1 the race will go in-play
'seconds_to_the_start' = seconds remaining to the scheduled start of the race
'seconds_in_play' = seconds elapsed since the race went in-play
'minutes_to_the_start' = minutes remaining to the scheduled start of the race
'overround_back' = overround back percentage of the race. More it is close to 100 more the back prices are fair
'overround_lay' = overround lay percentage of the race. More it is close to 100 more the lay prices are fair
'runners' = count of the runners of the race. Retired horses are not included
'tam' = total amount matched in a race (all the horses)
'race_delay' = delay in seconds between the scheduled time of start and the timestamp of start. Normally is used passing as [id_race] the variable @id_race_prev
When the property returns an array (for ex. favourite_by_odd), with index you specify the ordinal position of the value you want. If the property returns one single value (for ex. tam), this parameter is unused.
returns the overround back percentage of the current race