Results for each virtual horse racing meeting will appear on these pages, when available. Results shown refer to today’s races and are therefore cleared at midnight each day.
About our virtual horse racing results
The term virtual horse racing is used to refer to both computer-generated races shown in betting offices and on online bookmaker websites and also to online games that enable players to own, train and race virtual horses. The results shown here refer to those of computer-generated races operated by 49s Ltd.
49s Ltd produce virtual racing from three venues – flat racing from Portman Park and Sprint Valley and also jumps or steeplechase racing from Steepledowns.
Virtual racing is in fact a numbers game. The races you see are a computer-generated presentation of a random numbers draw. The order in which the random numbers are generated determines the outcome (or result) of the race. The first number generated is the winner and then subsequent numbers drawn will determine the placed horses.
Place terms for virtual horse racing are very similar to those attributed to real horse racing, as follows:
Races with 8-11 runners, 1/5 odds, 3 places.
Races with 12-15 runners, 1/4 odds, 3 places.
Races with 16 or more runners 1/4 odds, 4 places.
Straight forecast dividends and tricast dividends are also declared for each race.