Thursday, May 4, 2017

Horse Race in AX

As many of you may know, I work and reside in beautiful Louisville, Kentucky. One of the best parts of living in this city is that on the first Saturday in May, we host a small gathering of our closest 150,000 friends called the Kentucky Derby. For those of you not familiar with the Kentucky Derby, it's a horse race that's been hailed "the most exciting two minutes in sports."


Photo of me at Churchill Downs
I got to spend some time at the track this week.



Since this week is heavily themed around horses and horse racing here in Louisville, I decided to write a blog post about the Horse Race game in AX. If you were looking for actual information on horses and horse racing, but ended up at my Horse Race in AX post instead, I recommend that you check out Poor Horseman.

The Horse Race game in AX is a hidden gem and it is very fun. Here is a video of me playing Horse Race:




This game can be found, along with a few others, in the AOT under the Forms node. It is titled tutorial_HorseRace and if you right click on the name and select Open, you will be able to play it too.

This game requires you to have system administrator access in order to get to the AOT to open it.


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