Win £100 in free bets, thanks to Seanie Mac

Win £100 in free bets, thanks to Seanie Mac

It's competition time again, courtesy of our generous friends at Seanie Mac. This week we're making it super simple to enter, with nothing as difficult as picking a race winner (which, by the way, nobody managed to do last week!).


All you have to do to win this weekend's £100 in free bets is be the closest to predicting the combined winning distances at Kelso and Warwick on Sunday, 8th December.

There are fourteen races across the two cards, and the cumulative distance by which each winner beats each second-placed runner will be the correct answer. If you're the closest, you win £100 free bet. Easy peasy.

How To Enter

To enter, you need to have placed a bet, or some bets, totalling £5 or more with Seanie Mac between now (Wednesday afternoon, 4th December) and the first qualifying race on Sunday, the 12.25 Kelso, when entries close.

Just leave a comment beneath this post with your Seanie Mac username and your estimated combined winning distances to be in with a chance of copping a hundred quid in betting vouchers.

Once we've confirmed the qualifying bet(s) was/were placed, we'll know our winner. 🙂

[Note, Seanie Mac are best odds guaranteed all races every day, and have loads of specials, particularly if you're a football punter. You can also check out my review of them here.]

If you still don't have a Seanie Mac account, your first bet will be matched with a free bet if it loses, for a stake of between £5 and £25. Plus they'll give you another free bet to the average of your first five bets, up to another £25.

My example entry is posted below.


35 replies
  1. joeyq1
    joeyq1 says:

    63 lengths! Another great Competition Matt – cheers.

    Joe Quirke
    Seanie Mac Username – joeyq1

    P.S – It was great to see Leon getting “geared up” for Punchestown next April!!.

  2. prekarius
    prekarius says:

    Am I the only one who is little worried about publishing betting account usernames?

    Wouldn’t it be better to have a field for this in user details?

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      I think you’re the only one, but I could be wrong. It’s fairly standard practice for such things, but if you’d prefer not to, that’s fine. You can email me as necessary with the details.

      This is the easiest way for me to be able to check my records.


  3. Lucky123
    Lucky123 says:

    It’s going to be tight, Matt ! 48.5 lengths should cover them so that’s my pick.
    All the best

  4. reillysmiley
    reillysmiley says:

    Hi Matt,
    Can’t believe I won that comp last week- went to newbury , backed 7 horses and 5 Fell!

    79 lengths

  5. madmarvel
    madmarvel says:

    just put my first deposit on with seanie mac matt and noticed that you can still place bets on all the games already played on Tv today, it actually lets you put an accumalator on the games already played, seems strange and also been looking on the forums on their site from customers who have been waiting for their freebets after their first deposit for quite a while, has anyone else had any problems with them?

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi madmarvel,

      The fact that those fixtures are still there is obviously a mistake, and not really anything to worry about: just one of those things.

      Regarding bonus issues, I’d be surprised. I got mine within 24 hours, and their customer support is very good. So if you do have any problems, drop them a line and they should sort it out quickly enough.


  6. graaay
    graaay says:

    Hi Matt, SeanieMac seem to be SeanieMac spoilsports, automatic risk control has rejected my very first bet with them. But if I can still enter the comp I’ll take a guess at 62 lenths

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      They’re using a copy of the Boylesports platform, Graham, and it’s possible their risk management is connected. Not sure about that. Put it this way. I am restricted with Boyle but was able to get a reasonable bet on with Seanie Mac yesterday.

      To enter the comp, you need to have placed a £5 bet, or bets totalling £5. If you’ve done that, you’re eligible!


  7. Chris Worrall
    Chris Worrall says:

    Lots of narrow margins at Warwick meant the vast majority of us wildly overguesstimated.

  8. Matt Bisogno
    Matt Bisogno says:

    Winner was turboisie, who was within two lengths of the correct margin. He was also winning for the second time in a few weeks!!!

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