Ditcheat Private Tour Prize Draw

Betfair Ditcheat Private Tour Prize Draw

Fans of horse racing will love this great offer from Betfair as you could win your way to a private tour of Ditcheat with legendary trainer Paul Nicholls, plus Betfair are also putting up a £5,000 prize pot each week between 5th November and the 3rd December!

This great prize really is the Golden Ticket as money couldn’t buy an experience like it! On December 3rd Paul Nicholls will draw one lucky winner’s name out of the hat for themselves and a guest to receive a private tour of his stables at Ditcheat along with the VIP treatment and trimmings. Not only that but they will also receive £1,000 for the pleasure.

Not only is there the fantastic Golden Ticket prize of a tour of Ditcheat but Betfair will also be giving away 5 Silver Ticket prizes of £1,000 each week between now and December 3rd. Every Monday Paul Nicholls will draw five names from the hat who will win equal share of the weekly £5,000 prize pot!

How To Enter The Ditcheat Private Tour Price Draw

Simply follow our link to Betfair and wager £10 or more on any Exchange Horse Racing Market. Each day you wager the minimum £10 you gain 1 prize draw ticket, so if you choose to bet each day between Monday and Sunday you will receive seven entries to the prize draw. Entries count for both the Golden and Silver Ticket draw, so if you bet every day of the offer you will receive the maximum of 28 prize draw entries!

Each Monday until 3rd December Paul Nicholls will draw five names from the hat. Each will receive £1,000 in prize cash. Finally on Monday 3rd December Paul will draw one more name to win the fantastic Golden Ticket prize of a private tour for two at Ditcheat Stables!

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