Which Announcer Will Dominate the Paulick Report Boxing Day Contest?

Charitable Wager: 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge

Will it be Peter Aiello, John Dooley, or the Michael Wrona who will be the voice of Boxing Day? The three gentleman are the race callers of Gulfstrem Park, Fair Grounds, and Santa Anita respectively.

Each will be calling four legs of the Boxing Day Betting Challenge. Today, December 26th, CharitableWager.com will host the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by The Paulick Report. The Boxing Day Betting Challenge is “Winner Gives All” thoroughbred horse racing handicapping contest.

Or perhaps, the announcer who will own Boxing Day will be Robert Geller? Geller, who is the announcer for @WoodbineRacing and @SPRacino, will be competing the horse racing charity handicapping contest. Robert will be representing Long Run Thoroughbred Retirement Society. Geller had a strong performance during the 2016 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup contest sponsored by Danonymous Racing where he held a top position on the leader board for a couple of races late in the day. Or perhaps another track announcer will jump into the fray as well.

In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants voluntarily put up a minimum of $20 (USD) to compete in a mythical bankroll handicapping contest where the winner decides what charity receives all of the donation pool. In Charitable Wager’s ‘Winner Gives All’ contests, no monies trade hands between the contest organizers or any contestants. Donations are made on the honor system. 100% of donation pool goes to the winners’ charities. Each contest winner chooses from a list of contest designated charities. The Winner Gives All.

Recipients of previous donation pools include: Permanent Disabled Jockeys Fund and two-time winner Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms. The current roster of the potential beneficiaries of the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report include the following (pledged contestants within parentheses):

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association (@PhilD333)
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • EG: Equine Guelph (@ovals)
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research (@rogueclown) and (@Ubercapper)
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run TB Retirement Society (@gofilly and @woodbinegeller)
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends TB Retirement Farms (@avillanueva3rd and @stevemcnatton)
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund (@davidgutfreund and @JohnMalone6)
  • R4ED: The Race Four Education (@racehorsereport)
  • RTCA: Race Track Chaplaincy Of America
  • RTCC: Race Track Chaplaincy Of Canada
  • SWHF: Saratoga War Horse Foundation
  • SPF: Square Peg Foundation
  • TAA: Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
  • TCA: Thoroughbred Charities of America
  • WF: Winners Foundation

The current ‘Winner Gives All’ Donation Pool is $200 and growing.

Additional horse racing themed charities may be added to the roster of potential beneficiaries provided that they are government certified charities. To be added to the roster, charities must have an online donation option such as PayPal or a direct credit card contribution link. Charities or donors can petition the addition of their organizations by emailing ovals at yahoo dot com.

The contest race list for the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge has been set, it will include the following races (in order of published post times):

  1. Gulfstream Park Race 7
  2. Gulfstream Park Race 8
  3. Fair Grounds Race 4
  4. Gulfstream Park Race 9
  5. Tiffany Lass – Fair Grounds Race 5
  6. Margate Stakes – Gulfstream Park Race 10
  7. Fair Grounds Race 6
  8. Fair Grounds Race 8
  9. San Simeon Handicap (grade III) – Santa Anita Race 6
  10. La Brea Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 7
  11. Malibu Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 8
  12. Mathis Brothers Mile (Grade II) – Santa Anita Race 9

If you would like to play the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report, then click on the following link:
Contest Entry Form

Follow http://charitablewager.com, http://www.paulickreport.com/, or #CWager for more contest details as they become available.

Pledges Continue to Grow for Paulick Report Boxing Day Betting Challenge

Charitable Wager: 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge

On Monday, December 26th, CharitableWager.com will host the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by The Paulick Report. The Boxing Day Betting Challenge is “Winner Gives All” thoroughbred horse racing handicapping contest.

In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants voluntarily put up a minimum of $20 (USD) to compete in a mythical bankroll handicapping contest where the winner decides what charity receives all of the donation pool. In Charitable Wager’s ‘Winner Gives All’ contests, no monies trade hands between the contest organizers or any contestants. Donations are made on the honor system. 100% of donation pool goes to the winners’ charities. Each contest winner chooses from a list of contest designated charities. The Winner Gives All.

Recipients of previous donation pools include: Permanent Disabled Jockeys Fund and two-time winner Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms. The current roster of the potential beneficiaries of the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report include the following (pledged contestants within parentheses):

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association (@PhilD333)
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • EG: Equine Guelph (@ovals)
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research (@rogueclown) and (@Ubercapper)
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run TB Retirement Society (@gofilly and @woodbinegeller)
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends TB Retirement Farms (@avillanueva3rd and @stevemcnatton)
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund (@raypaulick, @davidgutfreund and @JohnMalone6)
  • R4ED: The Race Four Education (@racehorsereport)
  • RTCA: Race Track Chaplaincy Of America
  • RTCC: Race Track Chaplaincy Of Canada
  • SWHF: Saratoga War Horse Foundation
  • SPF: Square Peg Foundation
  • TAA: Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
  • TCA: Thoroughbred Charities of America
  • WF: Winners Foundation

The current ‘Winner Gives All’ Donation Pool is $240 and growing.

Additional horse racing themed charities may be added to the roster of potential beneficiaries provided that they are government certified charities. To be added to the roster, charities must have an online donation option such as PayPal or a direct credit card contribution link. Charities or donors can petition the addition of their organizations by emailing ovals at yahoo dot com.

The contest race list for the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge has been set, it will include the following races (in order of published post times):

  1. Gulfstream Park Race 7
  2. Gulfstream Park Race 8
  3. Fair Grounds Race 4
  4. Gulfstream Park Race 9
  5. Tiffany Lass – Fair Grounds Race 5
  6. Margate Stakes – Gulfstream Park Race 10
  7. Fair Grounds Race 6
  8. Fair Grounds Race 8
  9. San Simeon Handicap (grade III) – Santa Anita Race 6
  10. La Brea Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 7
  11. Malibu Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 8
  12. Mathis Brothers Mile (Grade II) – Santa Anita Race 9

If you would like to play the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report, then click on the following link:
Contest Entry Form

Follow http://charitablewager.com, http://www.paulickreport.com/, or #CWager for more contest details as they become available.

Donation Pool For Paulick Report Boxing Day Betting Challenge

Charitable Wager: 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge

On Monday, December 26th, CharitableWager.com will host the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by The Paulick Report. The Boxing Day Betting Challenge is “Winner Gives All” thoroughbred horse racing handicapping contest.

In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants voluntarily put up a minimum of $20 (USD) to compete in a mythical bankroll handicapping contest where the winner decides what charity receives all of the donation pool. In Charitable Wager’s ‘Winner Gives All’ contests, no monies trade hands between the contest organizers or any contestants. Donations are made on the honor system. 100% of donation pool goes to the winners’ charities. Each contest winner chooses from a list of contest designated charities. The Winner Gives All.

Recipients of previous donation pools include: Permanent Disabled Jockeys Fund and two-time winner Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms. The current roster of the potential beneficiaries of the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report include the following (pledged contestants within parentheses):

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association (@PhilD333)
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • EG: Equine Guelph (@ovals)
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research (@rogueclown) and (@Ubercapper)
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run TB Retirement Society (@gofilly)
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends TB Retirement Farms (@avillanueva3rd and @stevemcnatton)
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund (@davidgutfreund)
  • R4ED: The Race Four Education (@racehorsereport)
  • RTCA: Race Track Chaplaincy Of America
  • RTCC: Race Track Chaplaincy Of Canada
  • SWHF: Saratoga War Horse Foundation
  • SPF: Square Peg Foundation
  • TAA: Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
  • TCA: Thoroughbred Charities of America
  • WF: Winners Foundation

The current ‘Winner Gives All’ Donation Pool is $180 and growing.

Additional horse racing themed charities may be added to the roster of potential beneficiaries provided that they are government certified charities. To be added to the roster, charities must have an online donation option such as PayPal or a direct credit card contribution link. Charities or donors can petition the addition of their organizations by emailing ovals at yahoo dot com.

The contest race list for the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge has been set, it will include the following races (in order of published post times):

  1. Gulfstream Park Race 7
  2. Gulfstream Park Race 8
  3. Fair Grounds Race 4
  4. Gulfstream Park Race 9
  5. Tiffany Lass – Fair Grounds Race 5
  6. Margate Stakes – Gulfstream Park Race 10
  7. Fair Grounds Race 6
  8. Fair Grounds Race 8
  9. San Simeon Handicap (grade III) – Santa Anita Race 6
  10. La Brea Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 7
  11. Malibu Stakes (Grade I) – Santa Anita Race 8
  12. Mathis Brothers Mile (Grade II) – Santa Anita Race 9

If you would like to play the 2016 Boxing Day Betting Challenge sponsored by the Paulick Report, then click on the following link:
Contest Entry Form

Follow http://charitablewager.com, http://www.paulickreport.com/, or #CWager for more contest details as they become available.