Compete against other players to be the best Harness Racing stable and win the big trophies. Build and manage your stable by racing, buying, selling, breeding and claiming standardbred horses.
Choose where to race your horses from a list of tracks, including Hoosier Park and The Meadowlands. Also have your choice of drivers from a list which includes Yannick Gingras and Aaron Merriman.
Watch races live or view a replay at any time!
Start building your championship stable today!
Available now on the iOS and Android App Stores!
Photo Credits: Clive Cohen (Chris Christoforou), Chris Gooden (Aaron Merriman), Brad Conrad (Brady Galliers), James Lisa Photo (Corey Callahan, Drew Monti, Marcus Miller, Yannick Gingras), Kyle Burton (James MacDonald)
Yannick Gingras is a champion driver and future Hall Of Fame. Born in Quebec, Canada, Yannick now lives and drives out of New Jersey and has over 6600 career wins.
August 4, 1979
For me it was a family thing as my grand father and father both raced horses for a living.
I think it already made a difference as far as getting people interested in the sport and hopefully we can keep it growing even more.
Marcus Miller represented the USA in the 2017 World Driving Championship and finished 2nd. Marcus lives in Pennsylvania and has won over 2600 races.
May 6th 1989
I caught the horse bug young & figured out it could be a fun & exciting way to make a living.
I think that we are just on the forefront of what OAP means to Harness Racing. People (including me) get very invested in their digital horses. It is an excellent way of getting new people to learn a lot of ins & outs our sport!
Brady Galliers is just 22 years old. Brady won the Peter Haughton Memorial Award as the young "Ohioan" who is an "up-and-coming" star.
December 20th 1995
I pursued harness racing as my career because I loved everything about the sport and told myself this is something I would enjoy doing the rest of my life while trying to make a living at it.
Off and pacing I feel has already made a HUGE impact on the sport. The reason I say this is people get to enjoy having their own stable and Racing even if they can't have that in real life. Also I feel it's great because people that have never even been in the business are playing this game and loving it to where it will get them to the races and the real life thing.
Drew Monti is just 23 years old and has been driving since 2013. Drew drove while attending college and graduated in 2016. He has already won over 1000 races.
October 4th 1994
My dad drove for a long time, my family was always in the business, I pretty much always wanted to pursue driving.
I think it's had a sizeable impact, it's hitting that younger demographic through social media and the app itself, it can only help create interest and exposure for the sport.
Corey Callahan didn't start driving horses until he was 27 years old! Corey lives and drives our of Delaware and has over 5600 career wins.
April 21st 1978
I got tired of putting on a suit a tie everyday. And I couldn't wait for Friday and dreaded Monday. Was literally working for the weekend! Lol. And decided that wasn't how I wanted to live my life. Turned out to be a great decision.
Off and pacing gives people the opportunity to get involved by creating virtual stables and experience the thrill of breeding your own champion.
October 17th 1971
I was born into harness racing, my father was and still is training. I don't remember ever being interested in doing anything else as a career.
OAP has already been a positive influence on harness racing just by its incredible growth and popularity in such a short time, considering its a game that doesn't replicate one of the major sports of the world like (football, hockey, baseball or American football). Having people message me about OAP that have never had any contact with harness racing or seen a live race for that matter is proof of OAPs long reach to people who would have not been exposed to harness racing until now. The always positive updates and frequent improvements to OAP have also been an important part of keeping people excited and interested in OAP, which I believe transfers to actual live harness racing. It's the closest a person to get to the real thing, what better way to introduce harness racing to the masses.
Aaron Merriman was harness racing's "winningest" driver in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Aaron lives and drives out of Ohio and has over 9900 career wins.
June 30 1978
Wasn't my first choice. Was doing it part time as I tried school and started to have success at it so rest is history. My father in the business which gave me a huge boost.
With technology these days and everyone obsession with phones and gaming. It's an opportunity to cover a genre that may not have been as involved. It can garner new fans and give guys different perspectives on the many different nuances in our business.
James won the 2017 World Driving Championship in his home province of PEI.
January 10 1986
I was born and raised into harness racing. When I was 18 I went to work for my brother Anthony and the rest is history.
I think off and pacing has brought a lot of people together in the harness industry that otherwise would have had never met or way to be in contact. Also it has got a lot of young people interested in harness racing that before may never of had any interest.