Win £200 in free bets if you can guess the winner

Win £200 in free bets this weekend..!

geegeez has teamed up with Seanie Mac again this weekend to offer readers the chance to win £200 in free bets, courtesy of the Ireland-based betting firm.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is leave a comment below this post in which you:

1. Predict which horse will win the 2.25 Haydock on Saturday 

Here's the list of runners and riders, plus plenty of form clues

2. Answer the following tie break question: What will be the cumulative winning distance of all races from Haydock on Saturday? (That is, by how far, collectively, will each winner beat each second placed horse?)

Your first 30 days for just £1

3. Be a Seanie Mac customer, and place a £5 bet with them. (Remember, if you're a new customer, you'll get a free matched bet up to £25 if your first bet is a loser).

You can sign up here if you're not already an account holder.

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Leave a comment below this post with your Seanie Mac username, and your answers to the two questions above and, if you're the lucky (skilful?!) winner, you'll be credited with £200 in free bets to wager as you wish!

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Note, all entries have to be in before the first race – 12.10pm – on Saturday, because of the winning distances tie break question.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is leave a comment below this post in which you:

1. Predict which horse will win the 2.25 Haydock on Saturday 

Here's the list of runners and riders, plus plenty of form clues

2. Answer the following tie break question: What will be the cumulative winning distance of all races from Haydock on Saturday? (That is, by how far, collectively, will each winner beat each second placed horse?)

3. Be a Seanie Mac customer, and place a £5 bet with them. (Remember, if you're a new customer, you'll get a free matched bet up to £25 if your first bet is a loser).

You can sign up here if you're not already an account holder.

32 replies
  1. Daniel
    Daniel says:

    Lie Forrit Will Win…. but don’t have a clue about distance so just say 1 furlong

  2. George
    George says:

    Two Rockers to win, and the cumulative distance of all the races I guess is about 22 lengths

  3. Chris Worrall
    Chris Worrall says:

    I’ll go with Two Rockers to with the race and the total winning margins at the meeting to be a measly 19.5 lengths.

  4. graziano
    graziano says:

    Alfie Sherrin to win a thriller at good odds. total winning distances 32 lengths.

  5. Joe Quirke
    Joe Quirke says:

    OOPS -Sorry Matt -I swear I`m not trying to enter twice!! What I meant to say was I will take a chance on Lie Forrit and go with 40 lengths as the total winning distances. Cheers
    P.S SeanieMac username is joeyq1

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Ha, no problem, Joe. I’ve deleted the other comment. Hope you’re keeping well.

      Best,
      Matt

  6. Gaz
    Gaz says:

    Winner – Trustan Times
    Total Winning Distances – 30 Lengths
    SeanieMac Username – ionianson

  7. Patrick Reilly
    Patrick Reilly says:

    winner Gevrey Chambertin
    winning dist; 49l
    seaniemac username reillysmiley

  8. Stephen Cornwell
    Stephen Cornwell says:

    Hi Matt.
    Great competition. Keep them coming.

    Winner: Master Of The Sea
    Total Winning Distances: 20 lengths

    Cheers
    Steve

  9. Mugpunter
    Mugpunter says:

    Wotcher, I think Utopie Des Bordie and lengths 15.
    seanie mac username is pennies punter.

  10. Chris
    Chris says:

    Go for Master Of The Sea (Although also backing Utopie Des Bordes) Total winning lengths 33

  11. Paul Foster
    Paul Foster says:

    Winner: Master Of The Sea
    Total Winning Distance: 27 Lengths
    SeanieMac Username: fozzythehornet

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