The in-pub virtual gaming providers, Trackside, have today introduced a new feature for their harness-racing product: Knee-capping the trainers and drivers of horses you had bet big money on due to insider knowledge provided by organised crime sources.

Trackside is an animated racing product that combines the excitement of thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racings, but can run all night and is not strictly considered a live-betting product by certain state laws.

Previously punters could bet on these races without having to worry about correct weight, protests or track conditions. However, now the designers are opting to provide new variables in the races – such as race fixing and violent intimidation tactics

With fixed returns available on Win, Place, Bundle Quinella, Exacta, Trifecta, First 4 and Multi, Trackside gives customers an experience that is arguably better than the real thing. Punters will now be given the option to exact revenge on a jockey that either didn’t blow a race, or didn’t win one as they were told to do by corrupt harness racing officials.

“It will provide a new level of authenticity to our virtual racing” said one designer.

“We will also be introducing virtual weights for chariots as well as virtual methamphetaimes to be parcelled up the anus of horses that are expected to win”



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