Virtual Horse Regulation

Virtual Horse Classics (VHC)
How to play
The VHC provides 24/7/365 real money betting experience on virtual horse races. The VHC runs 2 independent race channels in parallel where each channel shows continuously generated race days. Bets can be placed up to 10 seconds prior to the start of the next upcoming race as well as on all future races of the current race days at any time.
Race day information
Race days are generated continuously – a new one will be started as soon as the current one has finished. The single race day covers 9 races on the same race track (turf or dirt) with an average total duration of a race day of 35 minutes.
Race information
Dependent on the number of participating horses (8, 10 or 12 horses) and the race distance (3 different distances per track) the single race has a total duration of approx. 3 to 5 minutes and, separated into a ‘Race Begin’ (15 seconds), ‘Horse Introduction’ (6 seconds per horse), ‘Bet stop’ (10 seconds), ‘Race’ (70 to 160 seconds, dependent on race distance) and ‘Race End’ (10 seconds) period.
At the beginning/end of the race day there’s also a ‘Raceday Begin’/ ‘Raceday End’ (30 seconds each) period.
Betting
Betting on a VHC race is allowed up to 10 seconds prior to the race start. Betting markets for future races of the current race days (race channel 1 and race channel 2) remain open. When a future race from ‘Race Calendar’ is selected, the odds table at the bottom will automatically scroll to the corresponding position. The following race related betting markets are available:

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Miscellaneous
All races are broadcast as live video streams through an integrated media player in your browser. You can switch freely between the two independent race channels or alternatively only follow your favorite channel. The race simulations are created through a combination of Artificial Intelligence and independent random number generators. The performance parameters of the VHC horses are based on real horses’ performance parameters (e.g. in terms of acceleration, speed and endurance consecutive race-statistics, etc.).