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Coral’s Tipster Challenge is walking in the Ayr

| 19.09.2014

This week’s C4 Tipster Challenge will certainly test your tipping prowess with the four races coming from Ayr’s Gold Cup Festival on Saturday. They include the Ayr Silver and Gold Cup, and with big fields in both races, it may be time to use that lucky pin to unearth some points!

To make things a little easier we’re offering 5 places in both Cup races, which is also available at So simply (or not so simply) select a horse in each of the following live Ch4 races 2:05, 2:40, 3:15 & 3:50 and send your selections by email to before 2pm on Saturday for your chance to pick up one of the great prizes on offer. For full details click More Info.

What to do –
Simply make a selection in each of the following televised C4 races at Ayr on Saturday:

2:05 2:40 (5 Places) 3:15 3:50 (5 Places)

Rules –
All wins will be determined by the SP. For example, if your selection wins a race at 10/1, you will have secured 10 points. If that horse is placed you will have earned 2.5 points. We will be going ¼ odds all races (for competition purposes) and naturally with any handicap with a field of 16 or more runners the usual 4 places will apply. One entry per member.

Prizes –
The winner with the most points will receive a FREE £50 bet. The runner up will receive a FREE £30 bet and third place will garner a FREE £20 bet. Please note that in the event of a tie, multiple prizes may be awarded at the discretion of the organiser. Once FREE bets are issued, they will expire within 7 days. Free bet stakes are non-refundable.

FREE Raceday Tickets –
All entrants will automatically be entered into our weekly draw to WIN tickets to a race meeting of their choice. The fixture must take place in the UK.

Winner Alright –
The winners of both the Tipster Challenge & Free raceday tickets will be announced at lunchtime on Tuesday.

Be lucky!

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