Which is Your Favourite Jockey?
You’ll notice that while the screen of the game is presented as a race course, the actual reels that are spun are five strong with a total of three rows added. So, while the rest of the interface may look a little confusing at first, the base game should be fairly familiar. On these reels, you’ll have the ability to spin various different icons, including various different jockeys in the first instance. These are the blue number nine, the green number five, the yellow number four and the red number seven. The remaining icons are represented by various different horse racing items, such as binoculars, a stopwatch, a pair of horseshoes,, and finally, a blue rosette. There are one or two other specialist symbols included as well, which we’ll get to shortly.
As far as the remainder of the interface goes, you’ll see that NetEnt have also added a total of 30 separate pay lines to the game. If you have a preference for the amount of lines that you place wagers on, you can customise these with the ‘Bet Lines’ button. Further customisation relating to the stake you place per spin is done via the ‘Bet Level’ and ‘Coin Value’ sections. The first of these is alterable between one and four, while the second of them can be switched between €0.01 and €0.50 per line. Therefore, if you place everything at a maximum level, you’ll be able to place a maximum overall wager of €60 per spin.