So obviously I’m going to the Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland this year. I’ve never been to Keeneland and I literally can’t wait for it to come. I bought my tickets the day they went on sale and have been looking forward to it ever since. But don’t worry if you’re not me and still want to go there is a way to win your way into this sold out event. Play the Breeders’ Cup Million Dollar Finish.
Here are the rules.
Breeders’ Cup - Million Dollar Finish is fun and easy to play – and this year we’re giving you a chance to win great prizes all season long. Simply play along during one or all of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series races listed below and you can win a VIP trip to the sold out** 2015 Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland! We’re giving away 10 trips in total, one during each Challenge race listed below. Then there will be $1 million* up for grabs during the Breeders’ Cup Classic on October 31 – the Million Dollar Finish to our contest. The object of the game is to correctly select the top 10 finishers of each race, in the correct order. For each horse that you select in the correct finishing spot you will earn points. For example, if you correctly select the first place finisher you’ll receive 100 points and if you correctly select the 10th place you’ll receive 10 points, for a total of 110 points.
For the Breeders’ Cup Classic on October 31, select the correct order of finish for the top 10 horses and you can win $1 million!
The next race in the Million Dollar Finish is the Haskell Sunday. So naturally the question is do you try to beat American Pharoah or do you put him on top. Well duh you try to beat him. There is only 1 VIP package winner per race so you can’t do what everybody else is doing. You got to swing for the fences. If anybody is gonna beat Pharoah it’s gonna be a horse as grey as the Nantucket mist.
Here is my predicted order of finish for the Haskell
(Mr. Jordan is Grey as the Nantucket Mist)
1. Mr. Jordan
2. American Pharoah
3. Keen Ice
4. Competitive Edge
6. Top Clearance
7. Nonna’s Boy
Oops looks like I just won somebody a VIP trip to the Breeders’ Cup. Remember I don’t just bet on horses. I own them.