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Q: Training a virtual race horse ( Answered 3 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Training a virtual race horse
Category: Sports and Recreation > Training
Asked by: leighb-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 07 May 2002 18:21 PDT
Expires: 06 Jun 2002 18:21 PDT
Question ID: 13693
How do I set up a training regime for a long distance race horse that
will win me money on the virtual horse racing game of Unreal Racing at

I have already tried the supplied hard training routine, however I
think there may be better routines for specific distances than the
UnrealRacing supplies. I also think that feeding may play a large part
creating a winning horse. Any answer to this would be greatly
Subject: Re: Training a virtual race horse
Answered By: dogbite-ga on 09 May 2002 21:58 PDT
Rated:3 out of 5 stars
Hey leighb-ga,

I'm delighted to see your question because I've been racing on
unrealracing for a couple months now.  What I like about it most is
how realistic the results are.  My family has been breeding horses for
a couple decades now, so we know our horses.  I moved out East though,
so I'm away from our horses.

Like you, I was also troubled with the long distance races. 
Especially because I had found moderate success with the short races. 
Then I discovered sand rolls.  Don't laugh (not a lot of sand on the
family farm) -- sand rolls really seem to help me (or the horse)!

Personally, feeding did not help a lot.  I tried their default
regimen, and a couple others.  None of them raised the results,
significantly, but one brought them down by about 8%.

Additional Links:

Here's a page on unrealracing that mentions the sand rolling.
Unreal Racing -- Training

You might want to watch this gambling group:
Group: rec . gambling . misc

I've put up a *few* hints here:
Piracy Records: Unrealracing

Good luck, and have fun,
leighb-ga rated this answer:3 out of 5 stars

Subject: Re: Training a virtual race horse
From: emmerald-ga on 21 Jun 2002 20:53 PDT
Lol, I don't know how you train a 'virtual' horse, but if it had been
an answer about real horses, I would have been able to help!

~Emmerald Equine

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