WinStar Launches Derby Fantasy Game
Friday, February 12, 2010
http://derby.winstarfarm.com

 

With only thirteen weeks left until the first Saturday in May, WinStar Farm is hosting a Fantasy contest for the 2010 Derby Trail, a free game that gives participants the chance to manage their own stable of Kentucky Derby Hopefuls and be eligible to win some very exciting prizes.  Each player will draft 12 horses into their fantasy stable and the player who accumulates the most earnings from February 13th through April 17th, wins.  

While you watch your horses gear up towards the 136th Run for the Roses, WinStar does the work of gathering statistics, computing earning totals and updating standings.  

"We are hoping to offer fans, handicappers and potential new owners unique access to the world of WinStar," said Elliott Walden, Vice President and Racing Manager of WinStar.

Sign up to participate is free and starts immediately at winstarfarm.com with the following prizes:  
 
1st Place
Two 3rd floor box seat tickets to the 2010 Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks. Round-trip coach airfare. Lodging for 3 nights. VIP tour of WinStar Farm.

2nd Place
Two 3rd floor box seat tickets to the 2010 Kentucky Derby. VIP tour of WinStar Farm.

3rd Place
Two 3rd floor box seat tickets to the 2010 Kentucky Oaks.  VIP tour of WinStar Farm.

Additional prizes include the right to name a WinStar horse (terms apply), Distorted Humor, Tiznow and Colonel John halters and pictures, WinStar gift baskets, etc.
 

See the link in the menu of the top of the page to play. - Fantasy Derby in red
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