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Emerald Downs: Longacres Mile Pick 3 & Trifecta Challenge

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Aug/20/2011
Emerald Downs:  Longacres Mile Pick 3 & Trifecta Challenge

The premier race on the Emerald Downs racing calendar, the G3 $200,000 Longacres Mile, is this Sunday, August 21st.

All Twin Spires Players who hit the Longacres Mile Pick 3(Races 6-8) and place a winning Trifecta wager on the Longacres Mile will automatically qualify for a share of the 1,000,000 Twin Spires Club point prize pool.

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Race #

Race

  Post Time

6

Emerald Downs Distaff

7:38pm ET/4:38pm PT

7

Allowance

8:09pm ET/5:09pm PT

8

G3 Longacres Mile

9:39pm ET/6:39pm PT

 How to Win:

 

•   To win a share of 1,000,000 points, just place a winning wager (through TwinSpires wagering account) on the Longacres Mile Pick 3 (Races 6-8) and a winning trifecta wager on the Longacres Mile (Race 8) on Sunday, August 21st.

Official Rules:

•   To qualify to win a share of 1,000,000 points, the player must place an actual winning Longacres MIle Pick 3 (Races 6-8) wager and an actual winning Trifecta wager on the Longacres Mile (Race 8) through their TwinSpires wagering account on Sunday, August 21st.

•   Only the Longacres Mile Pick 3 (Races 6-8) and the Longacres Mile Trifecta (Race 8) at Emerald Downs on Sunday, August 21st are eligible for the promotion.

•   Each TwinSpires Player may only win one (1) share of the prize, regardless of the amount of winning tickets s/he records in the Longacres Mile Pick 3 and winning trifecta tickets on the Longacres Mile.  

At the end of the day, all Players who have placed a winning wager on the Longacres Mile Pick 3 (Races 8-10)  and winning Trifecta wager on the Longacres Mile on Emerald Downs on Sunday, August 21st will win a prize equal to 1,000,000 Twin Spires Club Points divided by the total number of winning players. If there is one winner, s/he will receive the entire 1,000,000 points prize. If there are 10 winners, each will receive 100,000 points and so forth. If no players place a winning Pick 3 (Races 6-8) and Trifecta wager, 1,000,000 points will be divided equally among all players who place either a winning Pick 3 or Trifecta wager.  Point prizes will be posted on the Official Winners page and credited by Thursday, August 25th.

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