Sizzling Punter’s Challenge – D Day!

Hurry - the competition starts in a matter of hours

The inaugural Sizzling Punters’ Challenge brought to you by Hollywoodbets and tabGOLD commences today.

The competition will see total cash prizes of R100 000 being awarded to horse racing punters during March.

The competition starts at Hollywoodbets Scottsville today and is free to enter for all persons who have either an active Hollywoodbets or tabGOLD account. Punters with both accounts will have 2 entries.

*Visit the web portal to make your picks now:*

If you do not have an account with either you can register on the following links:

1) Enter with either Hollywoodbets or TabGold Account

2) Create an alias/username

3) Click “Make Your Selections”

4) Take all your selections for the full card before the 1st race. (Full Card)

5) 5 minutes before the first race, selections will close

6) If you have a Hollywoodbets and TabGold account, you can enter on both!

The competition only applies to KZN Racing at Hollywoodbets Greyville and Hollywoodbets Scottsville


1) Points are awarded according to how many actual runners in a race

2) If 12 runners in race:

– 12 points for 1st

– 11 points for 2nd

– 10 points for 3rd

– Etc.

– 1 point for last place

3) BONUS points awarded if selected horse wins. Bonus points is based on Hollywoodbets starting price (SP) of horse

– If horse is 5/1, then 6 Bonus Points are awarded (5 + 1)

4) Therefore winning selection will give you 12 + 6 = 18 points

Only one selection per race.

Hollywoodbets and Gold Circle team members are allowed to enter the competition. However all winnings are donated then to the Coastal Horse Care Unit.

Read all the terms and conditions here



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