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Scudamore selects with the Coral predictor

The big race of the festive period is the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day, an event eagerly anticipated by everyone associated to horse racing, which has seen some fantastic showings over the years and featured some truly terrific horses.

Scudamore selects

How Tom Scudamore sees the 2015 King George VI being run from The Racing App on Vimeo.

As a result, you would be hard-pushed to find anyone more qualified than Coral ambassador and horse racing legend, Tom Scudamore to talk you through the race via our unique horse racing simulator, in order to give you everything you need to make a carefully considered bet.

The simulator takes into account pace angles and how the race will progress in what is expected to be an intriguing affair where anyone on their day can win, demonstrated in 1986 when Desert Orchid romped home as a 16/1 outsider to win be 15 lengths.

This racing app, of which Coral is the propagator, utilises Race Modlr technology, which analyses past performances and patterns of each horse, offering fundamental insights of how the race might unfold and is easily downloadable for free.

Super simulator

Powered by a sophisticated computer algorithm that utilises similar statistical analysis methods used by financial institutions to predict stock prices, this advanced software can help you profit this Christmas.

It also features 3D simulations and virtual paddock profiles which details a horse’s strengths and weaknesses as well as a written overview summarising a horse’s chance of winning.

While The Racing App allows Scudamore to provide his account of how the race will unfold and how horses will perform at various stages of the race, it also conducts its own computer-generated prediction, based on data analysis.

In September, for example, its selections returned a thrilling £323 profit to a £10 on races around Britain so it can be viewed as a somewhat reliable source. However, Scudamore’s insight and experience may just prove pivotal in giving customers tips for one of the biggest races of the year.