The free to play Racing Super Series from Coral builds on similar free games from other bookmakers over the last few years. As per usual though Coral do promotions better than the rest and so this is in our opinion the best free prediction horse racing game of its type.
To play you simply need a Coral account (which means you must be over 18), if you don’t have an account you can also claim a welcome offer, which you can read about in our full Coral review. There is no qualifying deposit or betting needed to play and each customer can enter once per week. The offer is open to the UK and Ireland.
Play by selecting a horse to place in each of seven selected races, this is usually made up of Saturday ITV races. If you guess seven horses correctly you stand to win, or share, a minimum £25,000 cash prize. Coral will also add £1 to the prize pool for each entry made, meaning the pool is often much more than £25k.
Unlike with similar games from other bookies the Racing Super Series game comes with a full race card containing details of the race, grade, conditions, distance and a description of the race. Each horse also comes with details about its form and odds along with a spotlight summary of the horse and it’s chances in the given race.
Entries can be made from 8am on Friday’s until the start time of the first race, any entries made after the official start time of the first race are not eligible.
If any selected horse subsequently becomes a non-runner, your selection for that specific leg will automatically revert to the SP favourite. In the event of a joint favourite, the horse with the lowest race-card number would be selected as your runner. Other standard racing rules apply.
If any of the Selected Races are abandoned (void), no prizes will be awarded. Place terms (the number of places offered) are subject to change in accordance with Coral’s racing rules. Place terms will be dictated by the final number of runners in any given race.
It is important to remember that the idea here is to find horses that will place, not necessarily horses that will win. Of course if you back all the favourites they may be more likely to place but then if you do win the pot will be likely split between more people. The trick is to balance your selections giving you a good chance of winning but also mixing it up to potentially share the pot with less people.
You can find out more about the game by visiting Coral below where you will also find full terms and conditions. Payment method restrictions apply.