Remington Launches $10K Online Contest

High Q Test to challenge handicappers throughout the meet.

March 9, 2012

Remington Park

Registration is now open for the Remington Park High Q Test, a free online handicapping contest for the 2012 American Quarter Horse and Mixed-breed Season. The High Q Test will begin on Friday, March 16, and continue through the final day of the season, Memorial Day Monday, May 28.

To register for the High Q Test, fans need to visit

Over $10,000 in cash and prizes will be given away to winning and eligible players of the High Q Test with a grand prize of $5,000. Cash prizes will be paid down to 10th-place for eligible players.

The High Q Test challenges players to select a horse in each of three selected contest races per race date at Remington Park. As long as the selected horse finishes first, second, third or fourth in their respective race, the player moves on to the next race date. The main goal is to ‘survive’ throughout the entire High Q Test and the end of the season on May 28. Those that make it all the way to the end will then be ranked based on ‘virtual’ win, place and show (1st, 2nd and 3rd) payoffs their selected horses earned during the High Q Test. No ‘virtual’ payoff is credited for a fourth-place horse but the player stays alive in the High Q Test.

At the beginning of the High Q Test, each player will start with one Lucky Horseshoe, which can be used in case none of their selections manage a top-four finish in a race on a given date. The Lucky Horseshoe allows the player to continue in the High Q Test but can only be used once.

All selections for the High Q Test must be made no later than 30 minutes prior to the beginning of racing at Remington Park on any date during the run of the contest. Complete rules and eligibility requirements are available at along with helpful information for each race field to aid the player in their selection, courtesy of Registration will close for the High Q Test at 5:30 p.m. (Central) on Friday, March 16.

Remington Park racing normally begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sunday afternoon racing normally begins at 1:30 p.m. All times are Central.