What is the best android app for detailed racecards and form guides?

Discussion in 'Android Horse Race Betting' started by Spencer, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. Spencer

    Spencer Member

    I'm looking for a racing app that has racecards for all the weeks upcoming races. I don't mind paying a small amount for this if I have to? Any ideas?
  2. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Spencer

    You never said where you live? If you are looking for a racing app for United Kingdom and Irish horse racing then I think the obvious choice has to be The Racing Post app. Their racecards are very detailed and include horse-by-horse comments, information on trainers, jockeys, weights, owners’ silks & form figures. They also include their own Racing Post Ratings. The great news is the app is completely free.

    It's also worth taking a look at the Racing UK Android app. It also provides detailed with information on trainers, jockeys, owners’ silks, latest prices, weight, form plus trainer & jockey form. Racing UK offer a free version of their app but they also have a premium app that cost £10 per month that allows you to watch live streams of every horse race on your Android.

    If you live in the United States BetOnline.ag have an excellent betting app welcomes U.S. citizens. Their race card covers every thoroughbred and harness race in the U.S. as well as many other meeting in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Their racecard features information on every horses racing form play details on the jockey, silks, trainer and owner.

    If you DON'T live in the U.S. then the best global bookmaker app is Bet365.com The horse racing section of their app is exceptional. Their mobile racecard is fully interactive, allowing you to quickly get information on every horse, trainer, jockey, race distance, going and the prize money on offer. Independent betting and tips are offered by the Raing Post. You can even set-up a reminder on your phone so that you will receive an alert the next time a fancied horse is about to race. Audio commentary of racing from around the globe is free to listen to and you don't even need an account.

    Last edited: Aug 30, 2016
  3. Spencer

    Spencer Member

    Thanks a bunch Jamie. I've checked out both The Racing Post and Racing UK apps and they're both excellent. They both have their plus points but I think The Racing Post app just edges for me.

    Both of them have a strong UK and Irish racing slant? Any good apps out there that cover horse racing the the United States, South Africa, Australia, Germany and France?
  4. Kicking King

    Kicking King New Member

    For Australian racing results I use an app called 'Australian Race Results" which is pretty good considering it's free. It offer live results from all the key racetracks in Australia.

    The Racing Post also produced a decent racing app called Racing Victoria that focuses on the Spring Racing Carnival. It's very similar to the main Racing Post android app. It has form guides, expert racing tips, racecards, racing news, videos and a radio stream of every Australian horse race. Again this is a free app.
  5. Freddy

    Freddy New Member

    The NagMe app is a good app for racing form and results. If you have a favorite horse, trainer, jockey or owner you can also set a reminder that will notify you the next time they are running. Best thing about this app is that it is completely free.
  6. Paddy68

    Paddy68 Member

    When I had an iPhone I used to use the GoRacing app for Irish horse racing information. It was pretty comprehensive. I'm hoping they will release a version for Androids at some point.
  7. Red Rum

    Red Rum Member

    At this stage in the game I think most bookmaker apps offer pretty decent racecards and form guides.
  8. Luck

    Luck New Member

  9. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

  10. Luck

    Luck New Member

    Which app will offer the best coverage of the Cheltenham festival of racing 2015?
  11. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    Probably the Racing Post app. Another good option would be the new horse racing app from "At The Races". Anyone that uses their website knows it packed full of useful horse racing information. The new At The Races app, which is available on both iOS and Android, has an excellent race card and form guide section. Each race cards also offers tips from their in-house betting experts to help you beat the bookies. You can watch a replay of any race broadcast on "At The Races" just minutes after it completes. Full details of the new app are here http://www.attheraces.com/article.aspx?hlid=555919
  12. Toby82

    Toby82 New Member

    the racing post app is great for UK and Irish racing but is there an app that covers racetracks in the USA?
  13. Sebastian

    Sebastian Administrator Staff Member

    For form guides, tips and news on horse racing from Victoria in Australia you should check out this Racing.com app.

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