Royal Enclosure walkthough


Royal Enclosure takes you inside the extraordinary world of British equestrian racing and the illustrious pursuit of priceless horses and legendary trophies that has drawn many generations of Monarchs, Princes and Giants of industry to the sport over hundreds of years.


Royal Enclosure uses an innovative game board design to make the British sport of Equestrian racing simple, attractive and engaging for spectators all over the world. 


This board displays a coloured tile for each of the 32 most powerful stables genuinely competing in sport and built by a Queen, King, Princes, Ladies and Giants of industry.

When any of these stables outperforms (1st, 2nd or 3rd place) in the daily feature race their tile moves up the board. At the end of 200 days the stable championship stable is announced for the year.


As a spectator you take on the revered role of a strategist by purchasing a set of 4 or more stable tiles (85p each ) and are awarded master strategist credentials and a complimentary Royal Enclosure scarf from Cambridge, England when set of stable tiles move into a straight connected line on the board.


Spectators who purchase a particular set of tiles that nobody else has purchased before become the founders of this set and are awarded royalties on future sales of the set and entitled to name the set, which will remain in place for the generations to come.

The Championship races run from March 21st to October 21st during which time just one race (3 minute duration) taking place on a racecourse somewhere in the magnificent British countryside is featured everyday on the Royal Enclosure. Stables competing in this daily race are awarded points for their performance and gain higher positions on the board.

The Royal Enclosure stables finishing this race in 1st place rises up in the table by 3 points for every Royal Enclosure stable participating, 2nd place rises by 2 points/Royal Enclosure stable and 3rd place rises by 1 points/Royal Enclosure team.

There is one exception; Royal Enclosure super stable Godolphin rises up the board by 1 point/Royal Enclosure team regardless of finishing in 1st, 2nd or 3rd place. This is due to the frequency of the number of races in which the Godolphin stable participate.

Stable racehorses ratings (e.g. R80) indicate the performance of the horse. The lowest rated racehorse is R00 whilst the highest is around R140 or so.