Remington Park’s free online racing game, The RP High Q Test, begins its 2016 run on Saturday, March 26. This year’s game offers $7,500 in total prize money and a Grand Prize of $4,000.
Beginning on the same night as the historic Oklahoma Futurity, The RP High Q Test lets players select a horse in each of the nightly contest races. The player builds a ‘virtual’ bankroll based on the win, place and show payoffs for their horse in the races at Remington Park. The player with the highest ‘virtual’ bankroll at the end of the contest on June 4, wins the $4,000 Grand Prize.
The RP High Q Test is presented by Horseplayer Now, the nation’s leader in developing horse racing players. Brisnet.com is the past performance sponsor, allowing The RP High Q Test players to view the past performances for the contest races. The game is powered by 123 Racing.com.
Players can log in to play at www.TheRPHighQTest.com
The RP High Q Test is easy to play and offers contestants plenty of opportunity to stay eligible in the game. As long as at least one of their selections finishes first, second, third or fourth in their Remington Park race, the contestant moves on to the next race night’s action. Players may be forced to sit ‘In The Barn’ if their selections don’t pan out but will be back in the game when the next Remington Park race week begins.
Players will receive a ‘Lucky Horseshoe’ if they sign-in to play before The RP High Q Test starts on March 26. Periodically throughout the game, more ‘Lucky Horseshoes’ will be added to player accounts. The ‘Lucky Horseshoe’ extends player eligibility if their selections fail to finish in the top four of their races.
However, if a player is ‘In The Barn’ after May 19, they will be eliminated from The RP High Q Test. Players must not be eliminated from The RP High Q Test when the game ends on June 4, to be eligible for prize money.
“The RP High Q Test has been a great vehicle in building awareness for Remington Park’s American Quarter Horse Season,” said track announcer Dale Day. “The game has increased our fan base, with players from across North America regularly in the action.”
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