WIN A SHARE IN A RACEHORSE
The Herald Sun and Inglis are giving you the chance to win a 10% share in a yearling that’s valued at up to $100,000, with training and insurance fees paid for 2 years. For your chance to win, simply enter your details below.
Plus, if you would like to attend one of the Melbourne Festival of Racing race days listed below, tick the corresponding box to be emailed a 2 for 1 voucher at the end of the competition period.
Open to Vic residents 18 yrs or over. Comp closes 27/2/13 at 23:59 (AEDT). Total prize pool value is $15,000. Winner drawn 1pm, 1/3/13 at Salmat Digital, Lvl 2, 116 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060. Winner notified by mail and published in Sunday Herald Sun 10/3/13. VIC Permit no. 13/97. Terms and conditions available here. Promoter is The Herald & Weekly Times, 40 City Road, Southbank VIC 3006.
Details from all entries will be collected and used for the purposes of conducting this promotion (which may include disclosure to third parties for the purpose of processing and conducting the promotion) and for publicity purposes surrounding this promotion. The Promoters, for publicity purposes, may use the name and image of the winners and persons accompanying the winners. By entering this promotion, unless otherwise advised, each entrant also agrees that the Promoters may use this information in any media for future promotional, marketing and publicity purposes without any further reference or payment.
If entering online, an entrant marks the ‘opt-in’ boxes on the entry form, the entrant consents to the storage of their personal information on the Promoter’s or a prize partner’s database and (depending which ‘opt-in’ box(es) have been marked) the Promoter and/or the relevant prize partner may (depending which ‘opt-in’ box(es) have been marked) use this information at any time in the future for promotional and marketing purposes regarding their respective products or services including contacting the entrant via electronic messaging.
The Bendigo Jockey Club is committed to complying fully with the Privacy Act and the National Privacy Principles. A copy of the Bendigo Jockey Club’s statement is available online at bendigo.countryracing.com.au In entering this competition you agree to be contacted by and receive, marketing material or other promotional offers from the Bendigo Jockey Club You may request access to your personal information which the Bendigo Jockey Club holds by contacting the Club during business hours on (03) 54 484209, however the Bendigo Jockey Club may charge for its reasonable costs incurred for giving access to such information.”
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