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Take advantage of our Clarence House Chase racing app

Matt Haynes | January 22, 2016

One of the biggest races of the weekend is the Clarence House Chase (15:00, Saturday, January 23rd) as Un De Sceaux and Sire De Grugy prepare to go head-to-head.

Savvy Scudamore

As such, we have esteemed racing expert Tom Scudamore on hand for punters, with the jockey pitting his wits against our very own racing app to give you the very best tips about how to approach this race from a betting perspective.

The Racing App has created a 3D simulation of the course, taking into account pace angles, the development of the race and how the race play out, in what promises to be an intriguing affair.

Ludlow Races

Utilising a Race Modlr simulation, which shows how the race is likely to play out at each stage based on each horse’s strengths and weaknesses and habit patterns of the jockeys. With racecards featuring fundamental information of the participants, customers couldn’t be anymore equipped, while the app has a winning strike rate of over 30 per cent in the last six months.

Simulation sensation!

The Racing App is ahead of its time and utilises advanced, sophisticated technology and algorithms helping to pre-determine the outcome of the race, based on historical analysis of individual horse and jockey performance in a number of variable situations, such as weather conditions, course layout and preferential procedure.

How Tom Scudamore see the 2016 Clarence House Chase being run from The Racing App on Vimeo.

This technology is classed in the same bracket as what is used in financial markets, which analyses trade patterns to recommend the next best stocks to buy or sell based on every possible variable. It is also the same technology applied to weather prediction modelling systems, which essentially means that customers might think twice before looking a gift-horse in the mouth!

Scudamore v machine

Basically, it is a battle that couldn’t be anymore intriguing. One of the most venerable jockeys in the sport or technology that is ahead of its time. Will both come to the same conclusion?

Does Scudamore’s personal ties and experience of horse racing give him the advantage? Why not download the app and find out!