PlayStation 1 GamesG1 Jockey, (SLPM-86195)
G1 Jockey, SLPM-86195

G1 Jockey, SLPM-86195 (Original)
G1 Jockey, SLPM-86858 (Koei the Best)
G1 Jockey, SLPM-86213-4 (Limited Edition)
G1 Jockey, SLPM-86413 (Koei the Best)

PlayStation Games – G



Horse Racing (US) or horseracing (UK) is an equestrian sport that has been practiced for millennia. It is inextricably associated with gambling. The common sobriquet for Thoroughbred horse racing is The Sport of Kings.

Horse racing is an equestrian sport and major international industry, watched in almost every nation of the world. There are three types: “flat” racing; steeplechase, i.e. racing over jumps; and harness racing, where horses trot or pace while pulling a driver in a small, light cart known as a sulky. A major part of horse racing’s economic importance lies in the gambling associated with it, an activity that in 2008 generated a world-wide market worth around US$115 billion.

G1Jockey-01dJapan conducts more than 21,000 horse races a year in one of three types: flat racing, jump racing (races over hurdles), and Ban’ei Racing (also called Draft Racing).

There are a total of thirty racetracks in Japan. Ten of these tracks are known as “central tracks”, where most of Japan’s top races are conducted. Races at these ten tracks are conducted by the Japan Racing Association (JRA), which operates under the oversight of the Japanese government. The remaining twenty tracks are operated by municipal racing authorities and run under the affiliation of the National Association of Racing (NAR). Two tracks, Sapporo Racecourse and Chukyo Racecourse, run separate meetings under either JRA or NAR jurisdiction.

Horse racing game in the style of the Gallop Racer series. G1 Jockey features different racing places and a lot of different kind of horses of all them with their own stats.

G1 Jockey is the first game in the long series that still are in development in PlayStation 3 & Wii consoles with his 4th part. In the G1 Jockey games the players take the role of a rookie who aspires to become a Grade 1 Class (“G1”) jockey. As the season progresses, they’ll need to learn the subtle art of horse racing — when to make a move, when to hold back, and when to let loose in the home stretch. G1 Jockey 3 was the first game that was released outside Japan and was for PlayStation 2.

Manufacturer’s description:
Jockey actions that you can experience the jockeys appeared. Taketoyo including jockey jockey and Yukio Okabe, horse racing jockey 31 names and all recorded in real name. Can also be allowed to race riding race horses who raised their own in the “Winning Post 3”, “Winning Post 3 Program ’98.” Become a jockey, trying to win the title G1!

Third person perspective.
3D graphics
Cartoon graphics
Horse racing theme.

Number Of Players      1 Player
Number Of Memory Card Blocks      4 Blocks
Compatible Controllers Tested
( Official Gamepads Only )      Standard Controller / Analog Controller ( Dual Shock Controller compatible )
Compatible Light Guns
( Official Light Guns Only )      None
Other Compatible Controllers
( Official Controllers Only )      None
Special Controllers Included Or
Supported ( Official Only )      None
Vibration Function Compatible      Yes
Multi-Tap Function Compatible      No
Link Cable Function Compatible  No

Move horse:  D-Pad
Select action / Hit right side:  Circle Button
Cancel action / Go to the bottom:  X Button
Hit left side:  Square Button
Start the race:  Triangle Button
Move camera left or right:  L1 or R1 Button
Pause game:  Start Button

Better chance of winning –   Ride a horse that is “A” or “B” rated with a lot of stamina that prefers to be at the back of the pack. When about 5 furlongs away from the finish line, press Triangle to get closer to the front. Use most or all of your stamina before letting the horse run out to the leaders.

Infinite RP (Money) –
8007B084 270F

G1 Jockey [Limited Edition] [SLPM-86213-4]
G1 Jockey [Koei the Best] [SLPM-86858]

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  1. January 29, 2018 2:22 am

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