About Turf Legends


The game can be approached in mind of what you’d like to do and just how involved you would like to get in the conglomerate that is the horse racing industry.

If you’d like to just race your horse, maybe have a bet or two and hopefully pick up major prize money along the way. Then you can do it.

You even have the opportunity to purchase one or two performed horses and go straight into Group racing also if you wanted.

Or maybe you are destined to become a major player and influence in the industry, by buying and selling any of the numerous business opportunities on offer in the game.

From Stallions and Stud Farms, to Stables, even one or two Veterinary Clinics. You can literally become the driving force behind the industry by purchasing one or both transport companies.

Then again if you like to give food for thought, a feed or supplement supply company maybe more your go.

There’s even a bookmaker licence to contemplate, taking on your friends by giving them the opportunity to back their charges to land a win or place, investing their “hard earned” on the gamble, whilst trying to get yours

The game reaches conclusion when one player achieves Champion Race Horse status or an agreed time restraint is reached.


Developed in Australia over many years, the game evolved with changing trends within and outside the sport over those years. Great emphasis must be put on the support of the major race clubs and racing associations around the world including and in no order of preference...... Chris Waller, Thompson family and Widden Stud, Melbourne Racing Club Australia, Victorian Race Club Australia, Mooney Valley Race Club Australia, Western Australian Race Club WA, Wellington Race Club NZ, Japan Racing Association, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Doncaster Race Club UK, Epsom Downs Race Club UK, Curragh Race Club Ireland, Leopardstown Race Club Ireland and last but by no means least the Gold Coast Queensland (Magic Millions) enterprise.

All above excelled in their support of the venture and a special thanks to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in granting permission for the use of her name on the feature race included in the game and named in her honour, the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Sha Tin Racecourse, Hong Kong.

The above comments must not be construed as a Royal endorsement of the game and no inference of the same is intended.