SuperCoach Racing has returned for another spring carnival.
This is your chance to be a Group 1 winner and take home the $25,000 grand prize.
The game is free to play, so challenge your mates for ultimate bragging rights.
Register your team now and start selecting your stable for Round 1.
HOW IT WORKS?
CREATING A STABLE
There is one change for SuperCoach Racing with the addition of an extra horse to your stable.
Pick your 10 starting horses (plus an 11th horse as an emergency) and a jockey before the first round of the competition begins.
Your initial salary cap is still $2 million – which can increase or decrease throughout the season.
Don’t panic. The pricing scale has been adjusted to accommodate for the extra horse. There will be more options at the lower end and plenty of three-year-old races to help stay under budget.
The jockey remains free.
There are unlimited trades at the completion of each round.
Your stable is locked in for the round when the first race jumps. There are no rolling lockout like other SuperCoach games.
Here’s how you can set up your stable for SuperCoach Racing.
THE SCORING SYSTEM
Every time one of your horses finishes in the top 10 in a race you will receive points. The higher they place, the more points you get.
The higher the rating of the race, the more points you get. For example, Group 1 races are worth more than Group 2.
Nominate a “captain” each week to receive double points for that runner.
Pick a jockey you think will dominate. He or she will earn points for every race they finish first, second or third.
The score of your emergency runner will be automatically added to your stable total points if one or more of your 10 starting horses does not run and records a 0 score.
However, if a horse does run and scores a 0 (either by finishing outside the top 10 or not finishing a race) that will count to your overall total and won’t be substituted with an emergency.
SuperCoach Racing scoring system
|Finish Position||G1 Race||G2 Race||G3 Race||Listed/Other||Jockey|
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 races, 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.
SC Racing price changes
|Finish Position||Group 1||Group 2||Group 3||Listed/Other|
There are eight rounds either in Melbourne or Sydney. In some cases there will be up to 20 races to choose from
The relevant dates are listed below:
Round 1: October 3
Round 2: October 10
Round 3: October 17
Round 4: October 23-24
– Moonee Valley
Round 5: October 31
Round 6: November 3
Round 7: November 5
Round 8: November 7
Your stable of stars will compete against all other stables in SuperCoach Racing in the race for the $25,000 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.
Originally published as SuperCoach Racing back for the spring