Grand National horse names with tracker app

This year’s Grand National horse race will take place at the Aintree racecourse on April 5th, 2014, where its star time will be 4:15 pm. To help keep you fully informed in regard to the build up and also during the race, then while watching TV you should make use of the Channel 4 Horse Tracker app.

First introduced last year, this app gave horse racing fans the ability to track the position and speeds of each horse, thanks to the use of second screen technology from Monterosa’s LViS, as well as data from TurfTrax.

If you want to keep an eye on the 2014 Grand National runners, then you should download this app from the App Store now for free, as this will give you time to familiarize yourself with the apps features.

While this app might not offer you Grand National tips to help predict the winners, it is used as a tool to know the positions of the horses. However, the developer does state that they cannot guarantee how accurate the app is, although based on past reviews; the app does a very good job with keeping up with the action.

Grand National horse names

For those of you who were looking for apps on Grand National 2014 tips and winners, then we would suggest the Grand National Tips 2014 app. This was updated on March 24 of this year, and so is ready and waiting for you to download and install, which you can then start learning about all the horse names and see which one takes your fancy.

The update offers details on 2014 Grand National profiles of the runners, such as weight and start rating, silk colors and so much more. This app is also free.

Please let us know who you have placed or will be placing a bet on for the 2014 Grand National?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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