SuperCoach Racing 2021: Everything you need to know for your chance to win $10,000 plus weekly prizes

Chris VernuccioNews Corp Australia Sports Newsroom
Not Supplied
Camera IconNot Supplied Credit: Herald Sun

SuperCoach Racing is off and running for another spring carnival.

There are some new features to make SuperCoach Racing even more enjoyable and easier to play.

Register today and manage your own stable of equine stars for the chance to win the $10,000 grand prize as well as a $500 prize ($1000 for SuperCoach Plus subscribers) for the best team each round (Terms and Conditions apply).

The game is completely free, so challenge your mates for ultimate bragging rights.

Don’t forget to use your SuperCoach Plus trial when you sign up to access extra features to help save time making those big decisions and also get access across all SuperCoach games throughout the year.

Register your team now and start selecting your stable.



The biggest change in SuperCoach Racing is we have reduced the number of horses needed for your stable.

This season you need to fit eight horses and a jockey (who remains free) under your salary cap before the first round of the competition begins.

Your initial salary cap is now $1.8 million – which can increase or decrease throughout the season.

The performance of every horse each round will contribute points to your total, and there are unlimited trades which will allow you to have a full stable for every meeting.

Your stable is locked in for the round when the first race jumps. There are no rolling lockout like other SuperCoach games.

Download the SuperCoach Racing app to check your scores and manage your stable anywhere, anytime.


Your horses will receive points for finishing in the top 10 in a race. The higher they place, the more points you get.

The higher the rating of the race, the more points awarded. For example, Group 1 races are worth more than Group 2 races.

The top seven scoring horses will count towards your points tally for that round.

Nominate a “captain” and that runner will receive double points.

Pick a jockey you think will dominate. He or she will earn points for every race they finish first, second or third.

Horses which do not finish a race will be awarded zero points.



Horses have been assigned a value based on previous form and current rating.

The cheapest horses available start at $50,000 and the most expensive are $500,000, which is the maximum price.

Their values will change based on their finishing position from the completion of round one.

The price of horses will increase if they finish top two in a Group 1 or win in a Group 2 and Group 3, or decrease if they run bottom two in a Group 1 or last in a Group 2 and Group 3. There are no changes in Listed/Other races.

Last and second-last will be determined based on last-past-the-post. Horses that don’t finish a race will not be considered to have come last and no price changes will apply.

In another rule change, there must now be at least eight horses running in a race for the last (or last two) finishers to drop in value. Also, if a race initially had nine runners but there are two scratchings, there will be no price reductions because only seven horses contested that race.

SC Racing price changes


■ Stables have reduced from 11 horses (which included a dedicated emergency) to eight horses. The scores from your top seven horses will be tallied.

■ The salary cap has dropped from $2m to $1.8m. The average spend for each horse is $225k, compared to $182k per horse last season.

■ The Friday night Manikato Stakes meeting has been removed. Round 4 will now be Cox Plate day only from The Valley.

■ There must now be at least a field of eight in a race in order for horses to drop in value.


There are eight rounds either in Melbourne or Sydney. In some cases there will be up to 20 races to choose from.

Round 1: October 2

– Flemington (Turnbull Stakes Day)

– Randwick (Epsom Handicap Day)

Round 2: October 9

– Caulfield (Caulfield Guineas Day)

– Randwick (Spring Champion Stakes Day)

Round 3: October 16

– Caulfield (Caulfield Cup Day)

– Randwick (Everest Day)

Round 4: October 23

– The Valley (Cox Plate Day)

NOTE: The Manikato meeting on Friday night has been removed to avoid lockout confusion.

Round 5: October 30

– Flemington (Derby Day)

– Rosehill (Golden Eagle Day)

Round 6: November 2

– Flemington (Melbourne Cup Day)

Round 7: November 4

– Flemington (Oaks Day)

Round 8: November 6

– Flemington (Mackinnon Stakes Day)


Your stable of stars will compete against all other stables in SuperCoach Racing in the race for the $10,000 major prize.

Pit your stable against your mates by creating or joining up to 10 leagues.

Leagues are unlimited however there are no head-to-head “matches” like other SuperCoach games.

Instead, whoever scores the most points after eight rounds is the winner.


■ Access to any SuperCoach Plus articles – with exclusive in depth analysis and information for the week ahead.

■ Double your weekly prize from $500 to $1000.

■ Automated comments for all horses in every race. These will be available on horse profile pages.

■ Pre-race tips/predictions (1st to 4th) for every race.

■ Pre-race analysis for every race – commentary/rationale for the pre-race tips.


Originally published as SuperCoach Racing 2021: Everything you need to know for your chance to win $10,000 plus weekly prizes

Get the latest news from in your inbox.

Sign up for our emails