The first virtual counselor to be launched for the Kentucky Derby is a virtual one, but it won’t be available to everyone.
The Kentucky Derby 2018 is set for March 26 and will feature a virtual race with a virtual counselor.
There will be more than 500 entries for the race.
The virtual counselor will be the first to be created for the Derby, which was the first race in the new virtual reality format that’s used in Kentucky.
The counselor will allow users to log into their Kentucky Derby account and play with other players in a virtual environment.
The Derby is expected to draw nearly 50,000 fans and about $25 million in prize money, according to the Kentucky Office of Tourism and Economic Development.
The counselors will be offered to people who want to play in the virtual race or to people wanting to attend a private viewing.
For the virtual counselor, there will be a cost of $20.
Those who want a virtual ride will be able to rent a virtual bike, according.
The race will be streamed on the Kentucky Tourism Board’s YouTube channel, the Kentucky Department of Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, Kentucky Office, and the Kentucky Sports Commission, according the race’s website.
The new virtual counselor is the first of its kind and the first from a Kentucky race, the race director said.
It will help connect people to each other, said Krista Jenson, the Derby director.
“This is a unique experience,” Jenson said.
“It’s something that really helps the Derby connect people.
It’ll be really helpful for our fans, and it’s going to really connect the entire community.”
The Derby will have some other benefits, including a new location for the horse and buggy races that will include a virtual booth with seats for about 200 riders.
The booth will also be able provide additional entertainment for fans and for those who want the opportunity to meet horses.
The ride will also include live entertainment for the horses.
“Our hope is that we can bring some of that excitement that people want to see in the horse race and a lot of that fun to the horse community,” Jensen said.
The simulator will also offer virtual horses and other virtual objects, including horse heads, in a real world location.
It’s unclear how many people will be allowed to play the virtual horse and boat race, and that’s where the new simulator comes in.
There are plans to add a “skeleton horse” to the virtual booth, and those who can’t get into the booth won’t have the option to play, according Jenson.
“We’re going to have people that can’t even get into our booth because they can’t access their Kentucky ticket to attend the horse, or they can only enter through the virtual space,” Jensen said.
People who want an opportunity to join in on the virtual ride can buy tickets at the Kentucky Sport Commission booth.
It is also unclear how long the virtual racing will be available, and whether the virtual trainer will be free or paid.
The Virtual Coach, which has been running in the Kentucky area since 2010, was created to allow people to use their own virtual experiences in virtual settings, according a Kentucky Tourism Office release.
Jenson has said the virtual coach will not be used for race viewing or other events.
She said the Virtual Coach will be used to make sure people can log in to their Kentucky account, which is why it will be different than a virtual horse or boat race.
For those who have already registered for the virtual riding or the virtual experience, they can sign up to the simulator for free, and they can use the Virtual Trainer to play other games.
There’s also a virtual coaching session for Kentucky Derby fans.
The VR coaching session will be for those with disabilities.
It can include an audio and video commentary from the virtual coaches, and a video feed that shows the virtual trainers in action.