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Version 1.3 August 16, 2000
Items marked with a (*) in the Table of Contents have been updated.
Compiled by: Jillian
This document copyright Jill Fazio, 2000
This FAQ is for private and personal use only. It is not to be used or
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acknowledge any trademarks and copyrights that are not specifically mentioned
in the text.
That said, I make no claims on the material contained within. It has been
collected painstakingly by me and rewritten and organized, but it wasn't me
spending hours figuring out the nuances of this underrated game. Therefore the
document is mine, but the information is from a variety of sources. All
strategy information was gathered from the Gallop Racer message board located at
tecmoinc.com. The List to unlock tracks and hidden horses is courtesy
tecmoinc.com. Game Shark Codes are courtesy of Dave at Cheat Code Central.com
I feel I need to mention the usernames of a few sages of the game: Leo, High
Roller, Top Jock, pike, Crillo Pony, pjones3105 and rockysur, just to name a
few. These are the folks that wrote this FAQ, my talent is only in organizing
and editing. If it weren't for these folks, I would still be staring at the
Create Horse screen, growling...
Gallop Racer is (c) 1999 Tecmo Inc.
All of the information gathered here has been digested and arranged so that
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1) RACING TIPS
2) HORSE TITLES
3) JOCKEY TROPHIES
4) UNLOCKING SECRET RACES *
5) UNLOCKING SECRET HORSES *
The Dream Cup
6) BREEDING TIPS
The Elusive White Horse
7) MISCELLANEOUS TIPS
8) GAME SHARK CODES *
Why does my horse always lose?
It might be that you aren't running him at his best position. There are four
arrows in the bottom left hand corner of your screen while you are racing.
They are also on the horse's stat sheet. Your horse will have one or all of
them highlighted in red. This is your horse's running style or personality.
(>)( ) ( ) ( )If the horse has the left arrow-he likes to run at the back of
( )(>) ( ) ( )The second from the left-your horse likes to run in the middle
of the pack.
( )( ) (>) ( )third arrow from the left-your horse likes to stay
just off the lead.
( )( ) ( ) (>)the last arrow on the right-means your horse likes to be the
(>)(>) (>) (>)If they are all highlighted your horse can be comfortable in any
The four arrows highlighted are supposed to mean that the horse can be placed
anywhere in the pack and still race "in the blue". Many of us have found that
they are really pressers though, meaning they like to be just off the pace,
around about 3rd or 4th throughout the race.
When do I whip the horse?
If the pace is fast, wait until 2.0 furlongs to go before starting your
sprint. Mid-Pace 2.2 furlongs and slow pace 2.5 furlongs. Another tip, When
you know the pace is going to be fast, get the horse to settle and once it
does, press down once (decrease the speed a fraction) but still stay "in the
blue". You will find that you will have a bit of stamina extra at the end of
the race. You will get unbelievable times and win easily even when the odds
are against you.
It has also been suggested to only whip your horse five times in a race.
Depending on where you are sitting in the field and the pace of the race, give
one quick whip (usually with 2 fl to go), which is the burst that will put the
horse to top speed.
After another .7 fl, give another three quick whips (really travelling now)
With .7 fl to go, give one more. Over-whipping may decrease the top speed far
too quickly. Try this method and see if it works for you.
Do I stay on the rail? I always seem to get boxed in.
The only thing some folks worry about when racing is the triangle, and getting
the horse a clear run. Just make sure it doesn't bump or run up other horses
behinds. When a horse is running over one of its preferred distances, ease it
up after 1.8 furlongs and tap the up direction button when there is 3 furlongs
to go. Then start to whip when there is 1.8 furlongs to go.
A clear run is essential, and some might prefer to swing wide to get around
the pack if you can't sneak through inside. Once clear, however, you will make
up time by moving inside. (Of course there is nothing wrong with bumping other
horses out of the way in the stretch, or even tapping another horse into the
rail to get that extra edge. Just keep an eye on your horse's triangle color.
You are penalized biggest for going wide on tracks that have tight turns like
Louisville, Chicago and others. Don't be afraid to bump to get through! Switch
to overhead cam view if you have trouble finding your opening.
Also, try using both the Up button and the whip at the same time in the
stretch (like in real life) always coaxing up as some horses prefer lighter
urging than others.
I tried to enter a race in January, and it says that my horse has too much
weight. What do I do?
The weight thing is a bit annoying at the start of the year. The weight is the
amount of extra weight the horses are carrying in the race, anything over 136
lbs. is usually too much. Your horse will tire more quickly with excess
weights, so use your discretion. You may want to move on to another race
In my horse's stat sheet, it mentions "spurt" what is that?
The spurt means how fast or slow a horse will reach its top speed. Example, a
horse with "fast" spurt means that it will reach its top speed quickly going
into the final stages of the race. It will take a lot of stamina and not hold
its top speed for long. Horses that like to race at the back of the field
usually have this attribute.
A horse with "slow" spurt means that it will take longer to reach its top
speed but will maintain it for longer. Usually given to a horse that races
near the front or just off the pace.
World Mile Champ- Super Mile Cup, Paris Mile Cup and World Mile Cup
World Turf Champ- Diamond Cup, Chicago Cup, Paris Cup and World Turf Cup in
the same year.
World Dirt Champ- Universal Cup, Los Angeles derby, World Classic Cup same
Star of Europe- (3 year olds) Cambridge Derby, Britain Derby, Paris Cup same
Queen of Europe (3-year-old fillies) Cambridge Oaks, Britain Oaks and Paris
Oaks in same year.
Wonder Horse- 17 wins in 17 starts or a close percentage to undefeated-(i.e.
20 out of 23)
Gallop Racer- both Paris Cup and Universal Cup in career, not necessarily in
the same year.
Grand Champ- in same year- King Cup Spring, Summer GP, King Cup Autumn,
Continental Cup, and Winter GP.
Champ of Dirt- Any four of February Stakes, Kyoto Cup, Caesar Cup, Osaka Mile
Cup and Tokyo Cup.
Star of USA- Louisville Derby, Baltimore Derby, New York Derby, and World
Junior of USA- Azalea Cup, Golden Derby, and Prince Cup
Heroine of USA- Cherry Cup, Golden Oaks and Princess Cup.
Best Miler- 4 or more winnings of any GI races at a mile turf course. Excludes
races for 2 year olds.
Best Sprinter- four or more winnings of any GI race at 6f-7f turf courses.
Excludes races for 2year olds.
Entertainer- Any one of these will win it:
3 consecutive 3rd place finishes in the Winter GP in 3 years.
5 consecutive 2nd or 3rd place finishes in any G1 race.
3rd place in the Azalea Golden Derby and Price cup in the same year.
One in a Million- world turf cup, world classic dirt, and world mile in
Champ of Sprint-royal cup, spring mile cup, mile champ cup, and sprinters cup
All Rounder- one each winning GI races at these three distances. 6f-8f, 10f-
11f, and 12f or longer.
Best Stayer- both a win in the Prince Cup and 2 wins in the King Cup Spring.
To win Star of USA you must win the Louisville Derby, Baltimore Derby, New
York Derby, and World Classic Cup in the same year. These races are locked and
can be unlocked by winning the Sunrise Stakes, a GII 2-year-old dirt race run
in the last week in December. After winning the Sunrise, the Louisville Derby
will appear on the schedule in the 2nd or 3rd week of May. The Sunrise will not
show up until you have won one open race with your two-year-old.
If you win both the Paris Cup and the Universal Cup in the horse's career,
you win the Gallop Racer title.
One-in-a-Million-- you have to win all 3 "World Cup" races ( World Turf cup,
World Classic cup and World Mile cup)in the first week of November with the
same horse to win that title. The best way to try and win this is to have a
horse that runs 8-12 furlongs, with turf rating of at least 121 and 113 dirt
if it's a male. It can be a little less if it's a female horse. You should win
the World Turf or the World Dirt as a 3-year-old. At four years of age, go for
the other. Then when you're five years old win the World Mile because that's
the easiest out of the three.
If you win the Cambridge Derby, the Britain Derby, and the Paris Cup, you earn
the title of Star of Europe. It is possible, with an exceptional horse, to win
those three races, along with the Diamond Cup, Chicago Cup, and World Turf
Cup, and collect both Star of Europe and World Turf Champ in the same year!
It has been suggested that there may be a problem attaining the Star of Europe
title even after winning the 3 required races- Cambridge derby, Britain derby
and Paris cup. If this happened to you, try winning the Diamond Cup as well.
All-Rounder is won when you win one each of a GI race in the 6-8 furlong, 10-
11 furlong, and 12-16 furlong. The races must be for 3yo+.
Champ of Sprint-
Royal Cup, Spring mile cup, mile champ cup, and sprinters cup in the same
To win World Dirt Champ-
Kyoto Cup (about 5000 a win, February week 1) or Feb Stakes (9400 a win, Feb
Universal Cup (40,000 a win, In April)
LA Cup (20,000 a win, August week 1)
World Classic (30,000 a win, November week 4)
Tokyo Cup (10,000 a win, December week 4)
There are five blocks, or mantles for trophies under your jockey stat sheet.
Here are the trophies:
World Jockey Series
You win the Top Jock trophy by finishing the year number 1 on the jockey
standing. You will probably need at least a minimum of 4-5 horses and probably
winning at a 70% clip with those horses. A good number to aim at would be 30
You have to win every G1 race over your career in the US to get the GI USA
trophy, and for the GI World, you have to win every invitational race
overseas. This includes the GII dirt races. Have a look at the next section of
this FAQ, there is a list of all the International races that can be unlocked.
The one that most people forget about it the Tokyo Derby, which doesn't come up
unless you win the Unicorn (GIII race on dirt for 3yo).
How do I get into World Jockey Competition?
To qualify, you need to be in the top 4 of the jockey table at the end of Nov.
The best way to do this is to have maybe 3-4 horses racing at one time.
I just won the Tokyo Derby, which gave me a victory in all GR I and II races.
However, it did not give me the last jockey title. Any suggestions?
Are you sure you got the Osaka Derby? Not the Osaka Mile but the Osaka Derby,
a ten-furlong dirt race that I only saw after I had won everything else. I'm
not sure offhand when it is.
--UNLOCKING SECRET RACES--
Ok first off, wait till the horses are 2 year olds. There is a grade II race
in the last week of December. You have to win at least one open race to be
able to qualify for the Grade II race. If you win this race the next year 3
races appear (Louisville, Baltimore, and New York). Their version of the real
triple crown racing. These must be won one at a time to qualify for the next.
The difficult part of winning all three is the last two races the horse will
have to run on yellow. Then in September, there is a grade III called the
Unicorn. Win that and the next month the Tokyo Derby and the Japan Derby will
open. Win that and the following month there will be a secret GI race. Winning
the Grade II's will open GI's.
Qualifications for the World Turf Classic.
You must win 6 "World" races at ten furlongs or longer. It is cumulative
throughout the horse's career. Once you have won six worlds G1's, You are
automatically invited as long as the horse is still racing. It does include
races such as Paris, Chicago, World Turf, Diamond etc. It does not include
most US G1 races. One good rule of thumb is if it pays 20K or more then it is
considered a "World G1".
List of World GR 1 Races
3yo Fillies Only
Cambridge Oaks (20,000 a win, May week 2)
Britain Oaks (20,000 a win, June week 3)
Paris Oaks (20,000 a win, In September)
3yo's Males and Fillies
Cambridge Derby (18,000 a win, May week 3)
Britain Derby (25,000 a win, June week 4)
* Your horse needs to have won about 15,000 or more to gain entry to the
Cambridge and Britain races.
All Horses 3yo and over
Diamond Cup (20,000 a win, July week 4)
Super Sprint Cup (20,000 a win, August week 1)
Super Mile Cup (20,000 a win, August week 2)
Chicago Cup (22,500 a win, August week 4)
Paris Mile Cup (20,000 a win, In August or September)
Paris Cup (40,000 a win, October week 4)
World Mile Cup (20,000 a win, November week 4)
World Turf Cup (25,000 a win, November week 4)
Louisville Derby (25,000 a win, May week 1 or 2)
Baltimore Derby (20,000 a win, June week 1)
New York Derby (20,000 a win, June week 4)
Tokyo Derby (6,000 a win, Not sure October or November)
Osaka Derby (6,000 a win, Not sure October or November)
* Horses must win the g2 Sunrise as a 2yo in December week 4 to gain entry to
the 20,000 or 25,000 derbies.
* Horses must win the g3 Unicorn in September to gain entry to Tokyo and Osaka
All horses 3yo and over
Kyoto Cup (about 5,000 a win, February week 1)
Universal Cup (40,000 a win, In April)
Caesar Cup (7100 a win, In June)
LA Cup (20,000 a win, August week 1)
Osaka Mile Cup (6,000 a win, In October)
World Classic (30,000 a win, November week 4)
Tokyo Cup (10,000 a win, December week 4)
Here are the races posted by Tecmo on their site. Winning these races will
Race Track-------Distance--------Qualified Race(s)
Louisville-------D10F T8F T12F--Louisville DB
World Mile Cup
World Turf Cup
New York---------D12F------------New York Derby
Cambridge--------T8F-------------Cambridge Derby Cambridge Oaks
Birmingham-------T12F------------Britain Derby Britain Oaks
Normandy---------T8F T6.5F ------Super Mile Cup
Super Sprint C
Paris------------T8F T12F -------Paris Mile Cup
Los Angeles------D10F------------Los Angeles Cup
Kyoto------------D10.5F D8F------Kyoto Cup
Tokyo------------D10F D6F--------Ceasar Cup
Tokyo Sprint S
Osaka------------D10F D6F--------Osaka Mile Cup
Sapporo----------D11.5F----------Breeders Gold S
The Universal Cup is in April, but what do you have to do to unlock it and run
There are conflicting stories on this one. It has been said that you must win
the Tokyo Cup in the 4th week of December to unlock it. It has also been
rumored to be the February Stakes that you must win to unlock it for that
year. Let me know what you find out.
--UNLOCKING SECRET HORSES--
If you have unlocked the horse once, then it is unlocked for life. Check in
practice mode for a list of horses that you have unlocked.
As far as buying it, its luck of the draw. There is no specific time when a
horse will be available to buy.
A tip here is to save your game in the 4th week of June. Then go to the 1st
week of July and check the horse shop. If the horse you want isn't there, re-
load the game in 4th week of June and repeat the process. You will find that
the horses in the horse shop will be different.
Obviously, only unlocked horses will appear in the horse shop. This method
takes patience, but it is worth the wait.
Here are some opinions of favorite horses and how to get them:
Try to win grade 1's over 8, 12 and 16 furlongs with the same horse. Try to
win the Summer GP, King Cup Autumn, The Continental Cup, The Winter GP then
the Mile Champ or Spring Mile Cup. These races do not have to be won in any
sequence or order, or in the same year, they just have to be won by the same
horse. After winning the Spring Mile Cup (June week 4) and winning the all
rounder title, Deep Delight often appears in the Horse shop as a 2yo. I hope
Deep Delight comes out after you win these G1:
Race between 6-8 fl
Race between 10-11 fl
Race between 12-16 fl
But it doesn't have to be in the one year (no particular order). They have to be
G1 races against 3yo+ horses. Deep Delight will come out in the third race.
After you beat him, you will gain the "All Rounder" title and a chance to buy
him in the horse shop.
As for Polish Beat, he comes out in the World Classic Cup (dirt) when you are
going for the title of World Dirt Champ. That means he only comes out if you
have won the Feb Stakes, Universal Cup and LA Cup.
If you can win the Paris cup twice with the same horse you go to the dream cup
against a horse called Jayho who is 122. That to my best of knowledge is the
highest horse on the game without breeding.
Some have only gotten Formal Opera to appear after winning the Universal Cup
twice with the same horse. He is said to be awesome!
Deep Delight is well worth the money, not only for his potential as a money-
earner, but also because he is a key sire. He is the only horse in the game
versatile enough to be able to race from 6-16 furlongs, and he passes this on
As far as dirt horses in the game, Polish Beat is one of the best, along with
Garden Court, but I think the best one you can buy is Formal Opera.
The tables below show you what horses will be available after you win the
"appearance race". One of the horses will be in that race and you have to beat
that horse. Once you do, the horse (or horses) will be available to buy.
(Unlocked, but not necessarily in the Horse Shop)
To see which horses are unlocked, go into practice mode and enter a dummy
race (any will do)
You will then see what horses you can buy, that is, you have a chance to buy.
Keep watching the Horse Shop.
Listing of Secret Horses
If you qualify, then ONE of the secret horses will appear. You must win
that “appearance race” to get the horse.
USA SECRET HORSES
HORSE NAME------QUALIFICATIONS-----------------APPEARANCE RACE
Modern Salmon---If your horse is unbeaten
with the victory of Azalea Cup---Golden Derby
Tender Glow-----If you horse wins both Azalea Cup
and Golden Derby-------------------Prince Cup
Diamond Page----If your horse wins either the
Azalea Cup or Golden Derby---------Prince Cup
Ausum Autum -----If you horse wins both the
Cherry Cup and Golden Oaks----------Princess Cup
Real Mood-------If your horse wins both the
Prince Cup and King Cup Spring--------King Cup Spring
Captain City----If your horse wins any 3 G1 mile turf races,
but not including races for only
2 or 3 year old horses----------------Spring Mile Cup
or Mile Champ Cup
Double Earth----If your horse wins any 3 G1 turf races
at a distance of 6F or 7F-------------Royal Cup
or Sprinters Cup
Ebony Colony----If your horse wins any 3 races out of:
February S; Kyoto Cup; Caesar Cup;
or Osaka Mile Cup in the same season------Tokyo Cup
Tender Blond---If your horse wins both the
King Cup Spring and Summer GP
in the same season-------------------King Cup Autumn
Private Crop ---If your horse wins all of:
Kings Cup Spring; Summer GP
and King Cup Autumn
in the same season -------------------Continental Cup
Neat Appeal -----If your horse wins all of:
Kings Cup Spring; Summer GP;
King Cup Autumn and Continental Cup
in the same season---------------------Winter GP
Regal Soul -------If your horse is unbeaten
with the victory of Colt Cup --------Young Mile Cup
Lost Ocean-------If your horse wins Winter GP
twice ----------------------------Winter GP
Deep Delight ----If your horse wins any 3 GI turf races
of 6F to 8F, 10F to 11F and 12F to 16F,
but not including any races for only
2 or 3 year old horses,
or races for fillies and mares.
Won at the final race to conquer the title of All Arounder.
Rude Mars -------If your horse wins
King Cup Spring twice ----------King Cup Spring
Desert Shark -------If your horse wins Cherry Cup;
Golden Oaks; or Princess Cup
plus a winning of any G1 turf
races at 10F or longer distance,
but not including any race for
only 2 or 3 year old horses
or races for fillies or mares.--------Winter GP
Brave Arrow -----------If your horse wins either
Cherry Cup or Golden Oaks --------------Princess Cup
WORLD SECRET HORSES
HORSE NAME------QUALIFICATIONS-----------------APPEARANCE RACE
Key of Truth------------Win Diamond Cup, Chicago Cup,
and Paris Cup in the same season.------World Turf Cup
Indian Bull-------------Win Louisville Derby, Baltimore Derby,
and New York Derby
in the same season. --------------World Classic Dirt
Sharp Hunter-----------Win both Britain Derby and Diamond Cup
in the same season. ----------------------Paris Cup
Dry Water---------------Win Louisville Derby and Baltimore Derby
in the same season. -----------------New York Derby
Garden Court-------------Win Universal Cup and Los Angeles Cup
in the same season.---------------World Classic Cup
Pale Reef---------------Win Cambridge Oaks and Britain Oaks
in the same season.---------------------Paris Oaks
--The Dream Cup-
Race Name----Track---Distance--Track Type---Horse--Qualification
Dream Turf----?---------12F------T---------Jayho----6 GI World wins at 10F or
Dream Dirt ---Dubai-----10F -----T -----Bright Opal--6 or more GI dirt races
Dream Mile-Cambridge-----8F------T-----WhirlWind --6 or more GI turf (1World)
Mile or less
Dream Classic ---D.C.---12F------T ----X Factor ---Colts/horses only 10F or
longer (1World) 6 Wins
Dream Goal--San Fransico-10F----T-----Kamms Crown----Fillies/mares only Mile or
Longer (1World) 6 Wins
For the dream classic you only need one "world" GI win out of your six GI wins
at 10f or longer.
For the dream turf you need SIX "World" GI wins at 10F or longer.
As far as Dream Cup, some say it does matter if you have raced in December. If
they have a horse I think has qualified for Dream Cup, they will always pass
on the Winter GP, because the horse will be tired. Others say that if the
horse is invited to the Dream Cup, their energy is replenished. You decide.
I thought that if you beat the horse in the Dream cup you win that horse? Did
I misunderstand? Because I did not get the horse, nor did it unlock in
Check for the horse under Create Horse. You can't race with Dream Cup horses,
only breed them. They also don't show up in practice mode.
If you are racing 2 horses and they both qualify for the Dream Cup (e.g. dirt
and turf); you will get one horse in each dream cup race back to back.
The best breeders won't accept anything below the parents rating. Even if it
means staying there for hours on end, reloading and trying again.
You have to be really patient. If you find that you are not getting good
results, quit the game completely. A fresh load from the beginning of the game
will give you different results.
Is there a particular way to push the buttons to get better stats or should I
just let the two horses run their distance on the breeding screen and combine
to get whatever stats come up?
It has been said that there is a "sweet spot" every time you breed. Some find
that every time they hit the button in the same spot from a reload, they get
similar costs. Some disagree.
There are those that say it is different each time you do a "fresh" reload,
i.e. from quitting completely.
Don't worry about the horse's stats declining, when a horse is retired they
retire at their peak. A good strategy is to try and produce females and buy
your males or win them, it is much better to breed your own females and breed
them with the males in the game. Of course, if the stats are really good, don't
toss him. Try buying a dirt horse, a horse that can run in the domestics, a
horse who can run in the International's and maybe a sprinter keep your stable
Is there an optimal month for breeding?
Most gamers seem to agree that June is the best month to breed. However, some
have never had any success breeding in any other month besides January. That
way the horse has a full year to grow as a 2-year-old. Here's the catch-there
are no two-year-old races until July. The downside to letting your horse grow
without racing is that his first race his triangle will be in the red. It has
also been said that when your horse is supposed to peak, you will actually
find that it decreases. That stops the horse from winning the big races when
it's supposed to. It's basically a case of "peaking too early" See what works
Its actually better to race the horse for as long as possible before breeding,
because the better the results of your horse (e.g. more titles) the better
your breeding will be.
Practice mode will show the maximum turf and dirt rankings that each horse
will have, including your current original horses. This is handy when you are
Just before you go to breed, save your game, then restart and go back in and
go to create horse. Once the horse has been created, take a look at some of
the stats, check out how much the horses monthly costs are, especially. If
it's a male, a cost range of 2500 and above is acceptable, anything over 3000
or 3200 is exceptional, meaning it should peak out at about 126 +. A female
with a cost of about 2200 should peak out at about 120. This is a good
starting point. But don't be unrealistic, if you are breeding two
horses with costs of say, 1590 and 1660 per months, you can hope for one maybe
around 2100 at best for that cross, and that's if you do it repeatedly. Always
try to get the horse to peak out at 4 or later, it is a waste of a horse if it
peaks out before it even turns four. Try creating a horse that can run at least
8 starts, and always make sure that the generation you're creating is better
then it's predecessors. The more stars your horse has (under guts, temperament,
incline, break and conditions), the higher he will develop
When you have decided to keep or dump them, either name them and then SAVE the
game on SLOT 2, or simply go back to the system screen and hit LOAD and reload
your saved game from SLOT 1.
Even when you have gotten a pretty good one and saved it on SLOT 2, you may
want to continue to re-breed your sire and broodmare for a while to see if you
can get anything better.
How can I tell what statistics my original horse will have when he grows?
Save your game and visit "practice mode"
Enter a dummy race and select your horse using the "square" button on your
game pad. Your horse should be listed under original. It will tell you there
Or you can save and retire the horse and when asked whether you want to breed
- select 'yes'. Then visit your breeding barn, and the horses max rating will
The modes (easy, normal, and hard) seem to have no effect on breeding results.
The different modes only give you a difference in money when starting out,
after you are able to purchase a good horse then it has no more effect on the
game because as you win, you will bring in a certain amount of money to get
Some opinions on the best horses in Gallop Racer-
Naive Sun and Ultimate Fan are the two great horses in the CD. Round
Cosmos, Pale Reef and Proud Diver are the best mares in the CD.
Round Cosmos is one the best females for breeding. Try to win as many titles
as you can with her.
Also, try to aim for the purchase of Deep Delight. He is a special horse... he
races from 6-16 fl and has 10 starts a year, which he passes down very well.
Rigid Mind is a must for starters or start-overs. Dear Singer, Urban Rose, Ant
Bee, Shady Carol, Winged Light, and Grave Dialer are other great nags.
The 3 horses that started it off for me were Frugal Lark, Honest Bird and Fast
Navy. These horses will win most G1 races in the US. Conquer the US races
first, because you will unlock the "US Special" horses. (See tips and tricks
to unlock these horses)
After you get these 3 Horses, everything else will fall into place. You will
no longer worry about jockey points or the leader board. It's now all about
Some lesser light horses that will win races include
Ant Bee- good short distance horse ($40,000)
Crazy Expert- long racing life and good over distance; GII specialist. Won
"Entertainer" with this horse.
Polish Beat is a dirt horse and comes out when you win the World Classic Cup
Naive Sun seems to produce amazing foals.
One breeder writes:
Deep Delight snared me 8 titles (should have been 9, but poor management on my
half). He will unlock some super horses. And he breeds superbly.
My data suggests that Ultimate Fan, Naive Sun (turf) Polish Beat and Vast
Delight (dirt) are pretty good. I like these dirt horses because they are
reasonable on turf as well.
Another top breeder:
The best I have ever had is one called Ultimate Fan. I bought him for about
310,000 and he won about 425,000 for me. He is always improving to the 120
mark on turf and 103 mark on dirt until he is 6 years old! Some other good
ones are Kinky Weapon, Deep Delight, Shady Sun, Sharp Hunter, Round Cosmos,
Key Of Truth, Bright Earth, Dry Water. Honest Bird is a very good horse that
is an USA regular.
The only fillies in the game I have purchased that bred well were Round Cosmos
and Cruel Angel.
--The Elusive White Horse--
Myth or madness? Gamers have said that the completely white horse does exist,
but is extremely rare. Others say this is--horsefeathers. You find out.
Here are some rumored ways to attain this rare gem:
Take two different shades of grey horses and breed them together.
One gamer claims to have bred a deep dark brown with 1 white sock and 2 white
legs and a liver chestnut with 4 white legs together and I got a white horse
with a black mane and tail and legs.
One gamer writes:
No, this is really WHITE.
If you ever see one you will know what I mean, it jumps out at you. I used to
think the silvery gray color ( the color of Baze Meadow , for example) was the
prettiest in the game until I bred a white horse. I think I figured out how to
pass the color on, too.
Breeding to another gray horse works sometimes, but if that doesn't, breeding
to a horse with a lot of white markings quite often does, especially ones with
stockings like Jayho.
I bred a front runner for the dirt out of Best Bridge and Bright Opal. The
horse was pure white by the way.
The way to find out how many years you've done is when you save or load, it
will have the year, month and week in the top left corner of your screen.
For example, if it says 075/11/4, this means that you are in your 75th season
in the 4th week of November.
A tip: when you want to buy a specific horse, save the game in week 4 of a
Go to the next month and look in the Horse Shop. If the horse you want isn't
there and you know you can buy it (i.e. it is listed in the practice mode),
re-load the game in Week 4. Go to the next month again and visit the Horse
Shop. The horses available will be different.... This can be time consuming if
you are looking for ONE horse, but it's better than buying hacks.
When you are trying to find your feet in the game, it's a good idea to buy
horses that peak at 3yo. They might not make a profit in the long run, but
they will get you high on the leader board and most likely be mentioned at the
end of the year. There is money to be made here.
Win WJSC- $10,000
Win best Jockey- $10,000
Horse of the year- $10,000
Any horse mentioned at end of year (e.g. best 2yo colt) $3,000
How do you sell horses on gallop racer?
1.You go to Data
2.You go to Horse Data
3.You go to Retire
4.It will say are you sure? answer yes
5.Then it will say do you want to breed say no (then the horse gets sold).
Another tip is (depending on money situation) to only race one horse a year.
Use this to free up the calendar and get the titles. The more titles you have
per horse, the better your breeding. Of course, the choice is yours.
Try not to pigeon hole your horses on distance, because you can win almost any
race with a champion; you just have to alter your riding style when its not
suited. It's easier for a distance horse to win a sprint race than vice-versa,
however. Breeding for stamina is way more important, speed is just the icing
on the cake.
It will ask you if you want blinkers. You decide.
It does make a difference to your running style if you have a horse that runs
from the back (last arrow).
If you use blinkers with these horses, it enables you to run this type of
horse at or near the front in slow paced races. You have to be in a position
where your horse cannot see the other horses.
How many horses fit in your hall of fame?
You can only fit 10 horses in the hall of fame. When you want to put any in
after this, you will be asked if you want to delete one.
The credits roll when you win the Dubai cup.
--GAME SHARK CODES—
Game Shark is copyright InterAct. All rights reserved. The following codes
are to be used at your own risk. These codes courtesy of Dave at Cheat Code
Central. ( cheatcc.com )
Infinite Stamina 1st Position 800EAD76 00FF
Infinite Stamina 2nd Position 800EADB6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 3rd Position 800EADF6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 4th Position 800EAE36 00FF
Infinite Stamina 5th Position 800EAE76 00FF
Infinite Stamina 6th Position 800EAEB6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 7th Position 800EAEF6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 8th Position 800EAF36 00FF
Infinite Stamina 9th Position 800EAF76 00FF
Infinite Stamina 10th Position 800EAFB6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 11th Position 800EAFF6 00FF
Infinite Stamina 12th Position 800EB036 00FF
Infinite Stamina All Positions D00B5AE2 ACC4
Infinite Jockey Points D0134EB2 AC43