Rookies Off To A Good Start!
There’s nothing more exciting that watching the first rookies of the season rise to the fore!
Rookies represent the future of virtual horse racing as they usher in the first month of the new season with their unbridled enthusiasm. Seasoned players may forget how daunting it can be when you first join the virtual horse racing community, but it is a world filled with learning curves that are filled with even more learning curves. And yet even after you’ve learnt everything there is to know about the game, you learn there is still room for improvement and refinement, and when you get that right, you know that there is plenty of room for random randoms to scupper your plans. You are always learning something new in the world of virtual horse racing.
Congratulations to the best performing rookies of the first month of the new season:
Regardless if you are a Rookie, Intermediate, Advanced, Elite, Master, Legendary, or an Ultimate Stable, there will always be something to keep you on your toes in this community.
That’s probably what makes virtual horse racing so addictive!
Another thing that is addictive is helping new players to become as good as you are in the game – because one day they will push you to push beyond your expectations. Without going all Oprah Winfrey on you; here are SIX reasons why mentoring another stable is good for both them and you!
1: You’ll expand your social connections in the community. Loneliness and bad randoms can be killers.
2: Giving back to your community makes you feel good – we know this after everything we’ve given you.
3: Inspiring the next generation will make you a legend long after you’ve *ahem* retired – to put it delicately.
4: Considering your age, you have a wealth of knowledge to share with the next generation of rookies.
5: You will develop and grow as a person – a bit like Martha Stewart making Brownies with Snoop Dogg!
6: You may discover an element of the game that you’d overlooked – like not killing after the first TT!
Or, maybe you’re just that kind of trainer!
The Digiturf.com Team