best horse racing app for form

Racing UK app

best horse racing app for formBoasting all the very best racing from the UK, Ireland and South Africa, the Racing UK app has a tonne of great features, is easy to use and works on both your Android and Apple devices.

With this app you can watch live horse racing from 34 of the UK’s top racecourses on your mobile device and check out the latest racecards, results, odds and exclusive betting offers.

Racing UK has even partnered with bookmaker William Hill to make it incredibly easy to bet on any of the UK races you are following.

Download the Racing UK app here

Racing UK app review

Reviewing the Racing UK app, it’s clear there’s a lot going for it. Whether you’re on an Android device or an iPhone, there are lots of great basic features that you’d expect from any of the best racing apps.

For example, you can easily find the latest information on prices, trainer, jockey, owners, weights, silks, horse form, trainer form and jockey form. You can easily make bets with William Hill and there of tonnes of great live content to browse through.

If you don’t already have a William Hill account you can get one from the link below, as well as bagging yourself up to £50 free as a matched bet new customer bonus.

Live video and archive footage

With the Racing UK app, you can watch every race from 34 of the UK’s top racecourses, from Aintree to York. All you need is to place a qualifying bet with William Hill through the Bet and Watch service.

Alternatively, you can upgrade to a subscription to the live service via for abour £10 a month and enjoy the same service without needing to bet. Given you get live races from the whole of the UK and Ireland it’s hard to beat. The app itself is free normally but you can subscribe to get the premium service – it’s up to you.

In terms of all the other footage, it can be useful and it can be entertaining. We liked the Racing UK race previews and features to help inform, while the archive stuff was really good fun and a bit of a bonus compared to most apps. You can watch replays of famous races from the past, recently run Classics and some bloopers.

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Of course you don’t always want to stream live video so the Racing UK app makes sure there is easy access to all the latest horse racing news and results from all over the world.


The Racing UK app is also a great place to gain an advantage on the market and find out which horse is worth a punt and which has three legs. There are daily tips and blogs from racing experts Tanya Stevenson, Angus McNae and guest appearances from some of horse racing’s top names such as Ruby Walsh, Harry Bentley, Kirsty Milczarek and Aidan Coleman.

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Betting advice

While we’re on betting tipsters, it’s worth noting that there is a whole more to the app than just the opinions of a few experts. We particularly liked the Verdicts section of the card, which lets you see how each horse should perform.

The iCard Predictor, which you can launch as a standalone tab from the app, gives a prediction of how each horse ‘should’ perform in the race you are looking at. This gets pretty technical but essentially it’s all about pulling out as many different bits of data as possible to come up with a bias – more than 60 different parameters are included. This involves everything from current form, past form and course form, to the weight, jockey, trainer and going. The great thing is you can edit these to suit your own requirements and betting approach.

Racecourse information

We really like the colourful and vivid racecourse information graphics that comes with the app. As soon as you sign up you can view full course information and graphics, contact information, how to get there and so on.

All in all, it’s hard not to like the array of features you get from the app and it’s really quite easy to navigate and use. As an all-round racing app for the iPhone or Android device, it’s right up there.

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