Racing Stars: Chasing The Glory

The show moves to Hollywoodbets Scottsville

Cape racing photographer Chase Liebenberg won the Day 29 prize in the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge Racing Stars competition on The Championships 2023 finale at Turffontein on Saturday.

Chase beat Devon Pretorius and Nadine Low Ah Kee on the penultimate day of the first month.

A special bonus prize of R1000 was payable on the day.

Current Week 4 leader is Darryl Maree, with only 13 points between the Weighted To Win star, second-ranked Liebenberg and third placed Devon Pretorius. This should ensure a close tussle on the Hollywoodbets Scottsville programme.

The competition hosted within the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge platform for South Africa’s racing presenters, personalities, commentators and journalists pits the faces and voices of racing against each other, competing on every South African race meeting, covering KZN, Western Cape, Gauteng, and Eastern Cape.

Today’s winner, Chase Liebenberg (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

For regular players the Racing Stars are also in position on the daily leaderboard – so it’s a chance for every punter countrywide to pit their individual skills against the professionals!

See the latest leaderboards here.

For the 30 days of April, there is R27 000 up for grabs, with a R500 daily Racing Stars winner takes-it-all prize for each race meeting.

Run within the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge, there is also R3 000 in prize money for the weekly Racing Stars competition, with R2 500 going to the weekly winner with the most points, and R500 to the player with the most winners for that week.

South Africa’s most popular racing competition pits the skills, wits and form assessment knowledge of players against each other over the designated racemeeting, with the leaderboard being updated after each race.

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