World Sports Betting Met Quartet – Tough Nut To Crack

2-13-9-11 were the magic numbers

Daniel Muscutt drives Double Superlative ahead of Rascallion (Bernard Fayd’herbe) on the outside,with Without Question (Rachel Venniker, black cap) chased by Piere Strydom and See It Again (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

Sporting Post readers came to the party in numbers to participate in our World Sports Betting Cape Town Met ‘tip the quartet’ competition on Saturday.

With a R1000 Hollywoodbets betting voucher up for grabs for readers, and a separate R1000 voucher offered to media professionals and racing personalities, competition was tough.

Double Superlative beat Rascallion, Without Question and See It Again, and the carryover race 9 quartet of 2-13-9-11 paid R 17 779-90.

From a massive entry by readers, only Mike Selley and Donald Bradshaw tipped Double Superlative to win. Neither found the quartet, but they shared the R1000 voucher award.

Broadcaster Neil Andrews won the second R1000 voucher, tipping Double Superlative to win and the balance of the quartet mixed in the placings. Had he boxed his top 4 for R24, he would have picked up the full payout.

  • Thanks again to everybody for supporting the fun and to Hollywoodbets for providing the prizes.

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