Results were to be published: 01/03/09
multiple entries are acceptable -must be 18 and over to enter
WIN a racehorse
Welcome to the Sunday Herald Sun/Inglis Own A Racehorse competition. Any reader (aged 18 or over) can enter, giving you the chance to win a 10 per cent share of a yearling to be bought at this year's Inglis Premier Sales at Oaklands Junction on March 1-4. Apart from the share (worth up to $10,000), Inglis will cover training fees and insurance costs for two years. The winner will be randomly selected on February 26 and announced in the Sunday Herald Sun on March 1.
Competition begins 15/02/09 at 9am EST and closes 25/02/09 at noon EST. Winners will be drawn on 26/02/09 at 2pm at Herald and Weekly Times Pty Ltd (ABN 49 004 113 937) Level 9, 40 City Road, Southbank Vic 3006. Winners will be notified by phone, email and details to appear in the Sunday Herald Sun on 01/03/09.
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Thankyou for this Great Comp Very Nice Prize. Different but Would Still like to Win this.
Tried entering a second time and it said I had already put in the maximum amount of entries.
Thanks for the post WP
Many thanks WP
Best wishes to all who enter
I just tried to enter again WP and it would not let me
I normally only have time to enter once but any how gave it a try.
I like one entry only as it makes it fairer for all
Wont even allow me to enter for a different person in the family let alone "multiple entries" of my own! grr.
Thanks wp for the post.
Think we'll have to notify them.
p.s. I've emailed their online department under the CONTACT US at the bottom of the page.
maybe try it tomorrow and if it accepts your entry I'll adjust the entry method to daily
Will try again tomorrow
Thanks WP, hubby would be so thrilled with this one.
Don't know what I would do with one except for sell it but thanks for the post WhitePointer
You hang on to it for the 2 years that they pay the fees for & see if it wins!!!
Thanks WP - one of my dream wins!
I think you will be responsible having to share the vet (if needed) and feeding/farrier costs involved though. It only says Inglis will cover training fees and insurance costs for two years. And maybe share the cost of 'keeping' the racehorse (wherever it might be held)