WIN Pounds 5,000 IN OUR FANTASTIC TIPPING COMPETITION

The Mirror (London, England), April 28, 2006 | Go to article overview

WIN Pounds 5,000 IN OUR FANTASTIC TIPPING COMPETITION


IT'S the last day of the Jump season and to celebrate, the Order of Merit is giving away pounds 5,000 in our Punters' Challenge tipping competition!

Just pick five horses from the list that are entered tomorrow at Sandown Park. Horses score points according to their finishing position, with bonus points for the winner based on their starting price. The last two Order of Merit races of the season - the Betfred Celebration Chase (2.40pm) and the Betfred Gold Cup (3.20pm) - score double points!

You can make as many different entries as you like - don't forget our special 3 for 2 offer online!

HOW TO ENTER

You can enter the Order of Merit Punters' Challenge in one of two ways up until the closing date at 2pm on Saturday, 29 April:

1.ONLINE at www.mirror.co.uk/punter with payment via a valid credit / debit card at a cost of pounds 3 per entry OR take advantage of our special offer and get 3 goes for the price of 2!

2. PHONE call 1560 719 758*. Select your horses and make a note of the codes as noted in the list before calling. Stay on the line until you are given your unique PIN code which will let you check your score.

*Calls from BT landlines cost s1.25/min. The call lasts approx 3 mins to make one entry. Calls from mobiles, pay phones or other landline operators may vary.

TIE-BREAKER

Each entry also needs to enter a tiebreaker in case there is a tie on points for one of the prizes. Simply estimate the winning distance in the Gold Cup - between 0 and 30 lengths.

NON-RUNNERS

Selections can't be changed after entry, but don't worry if one of yours becomes a non-runner - they will automatically be substituted for a another horse when registration closes and the game starts.

NB, the list is based on five-day horse entries, if any horses become non-runners, future publications of the list will be edited.

HELPLINE

Call 0044 (0) 870 366 4110 between 10am and 2pm, Mon to Sat. Calls charged at national rate.

THE PRIZES

WINNER .pounds 3,000

2nd .pounds 1,500

3rd pounds 500

HOWTO SCORE WINNER = 10pts... 2ND = 7pts... 3RD = 6pts... 4TH = 5pts... 5TH = 4pts... 6TH = 3pts... HORSE FAILS TO FINISH = MINUS 2pts

CALL: 1560 719 758* OR VISIT: www.mirror.co.uk/punter *1560 719 758 IN ROI

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