# Win £200 in our Seanie Mac competition

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?)

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).

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!

If you're unfamiliar with Seanie.Mac, I've written a short review of them here. I've been a customer for three months, and find them very easy to deal with. An added bonus from my perspective is that, although my Boylesports account is limited, I can still get their prices - Best Odds Guaranteed - with SeanieMac.

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).

32 replies
1. Daniel says:

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

2. George says:

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

3. 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. Turbo says:

Gevrey Chambertin
22 lengths

5. graziano says:

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

6. SNITTER says:

Restless Harry
35 lengths

7. 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

• Matt Bisogno says:

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

Best,
Matt

8. jeff says:

hi matt
crowning jewel
15 lengths
jeff

9. spirit72 says:

Utopie Des Bordie 38 lengths

10. Gaz says:

Winner – Trustan Times
Total Winning Distances – 30 Lengths

11. Patrick Reilly says:

winner Gevrey Chambertin
winning dist; 49l

12. prekarius says:

1. Trustan Times
2. 29 lengths

13. Stephen Cornwell says:

Hi Matt.
Great competition. Keep them coming.

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

Cheers
Steve

14. mark says:

winner: two rockers
winning distance: 35 Lengths

15. Richard Halliday says:

Lie Forrit
37 lengths

16. brian says:

night in milan 1 length

17. simon parmenter says:

GULLINBURSTI – 22 lenghts

18. Gerard Lees says:

Gevrey Chambertain 24 lengths

19. Mugpunter says:

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

20. Chris says:

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

21. sid says:

trustan times. 17 lengths

22. davemo1 says:

Master of the sea; 22 lths.

23. John Farrell says:

Crowning jewel 27.5 lengths

24. Jonathan Turner says:

Master Of The Sea to win
Total winning lengths 41

25. Jim Cannon says:

Lovcen to win
Total distances 19 lengths

26. chas says:

gevrey chambetin and 25lengths username chas

27. Paul Foster says:

Winner: Master Of The Sea
Total Winning Distance: 27 Lengths

28. ron wright says:

crowning jewel for me 11lengths

29. moonhorse says:

Two Rockers
17 lengths
PLynott

30. jamrod41 says:

Winner:- Gullinbursti total distance 18 lengths

31. Rob says:

Gevrey Chambertain to win

Total distances 30 lengths