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I did mention this previously and no reply.....

Updated courses and race runners.

Are the fences and hurdles larger/smaller etc. etc. as in difficulty or purely aesthetic ???

Rather important if you trial at a particular course and your horse loves it, (Aintree, Cheltenham etc) only to find it runs over an adapted course & obstacles come race run day.

Will it really matter ? well, the dont say Horses for Courses for nothing :wink:


Wed May 31, 2017 5:22 pm
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Easy enough to download the updates. Even I managed it :)


Wed May 31, 2017 5:54 pm
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Githyanki wrote:
Easy enough to download the updates. Even I managed it :)


Agree but I am stuck on 1.063 as it is even after S06 tech help :(

Wont attempt if no advantage but interested to know.


Wed May 31, 2017 6:47 pm
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I don't think it makes any difference, I've got certain racecourses I like to trail at because they are fair race courses. I will not trial at Aintree's mildmay course and im not to fussed about Cheltenham.


Wed May 31, 2017 7:11 pm
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I don't think it makes any difference, I've got certain racecourses I like to trail at because they are fair race courses. I will not trial at Aintree's mildmay course and im not to fussed about Cheltenham.


Didn't think it would, as imagine the difficulty is a code issue rather than gfx. But interested all the same..... & those courses are John ? lol

btw J, lets see if your flat help has improved my new bunch coming in... fingers crossed. Thanks :wink:


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Anadin wrote:
ghostzapper74 wrote:
I don't think it makes any difference, I've got certain racecourses I like to trail at because they are fair race courses. I will not trial at Aintree's mildmay course and im not to fussed about Cheltenham.


Didn't think it would, as imagine the difficulty is a code issue rather than gfx. But interested all the same..... & those courses are John ? lol

btw J, lets see if your flat help has improved my new bunch coming in... fingers crossed. Thanks :wink:


Chepstow is my fav course, I also like haydock and Newcastle. I hope u flat horses have improved.


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Trial where you want to aim a horse works well for me in NH ( don't really care too much about flat they mostly cast offs )


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