First, just start out with breeding, then you go through your training and evaluation period for all your virtual horses, identify the proper racing conditions, enter them, wait for the tournament to begin, the races to be run and hope for the best. It sounds pretty easy, doesn't it?
One of the best parts of our horse racing game is that there are so many different ways to play. Though we never expect to be everything for everyone, the more you understand how the game can be played, the more enjoyment you will experience once you've identified your game playing strategy.
Hundreds of virtual horses are bred every day in our game. For some players, the evaluation process is strictly based on the speed rating. If that number falls below a certain number, off to the vet they go, hoping that that push of a button brings them back a much higher speed rated horse. The entire vet visit program is a topic for discussion another day.
Twice a week, starting this week, I will be publishing in my blog some valuable information on the breeding component of our game and the trainer game.
Congratulations to all of the individuals who recently purchased the All Horse File Bundle or made their purchase within the last twelve months. Your game has no been updated with 10 amazing files containing some of the best, and I mean BEST, UK and Irish horses from the last decade.
If you haven't noticed, today we released the fix as well as a new aspect of Performance Reports. These are the free reports made available on your trainer game horses after breeding. In our past program, you were entitled to pull one free Performance Report on any horse in your stable. As of today, players can pull the same Performance Report on any horse in their stable as often as they want.
There are two announcements that everyone should see that affect our horse racing trainer game. First, sometime next week, we will eliminate the special bred horses. For those who don't understand what I'm referring to, there are several horses on the stallion and dam rosters who have special traits and a very large fluctuation in performance and ability.
In the last few weeks, between the private messages, emails and forum posts, Puddles assigned me with the task of trying to get everyone on the same page.
Stables are starting to get filled. A lot of our virtual trainers are well on their way to building successful racing stables. Horses are being figured out and properly placed in the tournaments that fit their traits.