Charitable Wager: SHOWcase Contest Starts On Giving Tuesday

Charitable Wager: 2018 Charitable Wager SHOWcase Contest

On Tuesday November 28th, #GivingTuesday, CharitableWager.com will conduct its inaugural SHOWcase. The SHOWcase is a DYI show parlay contest where donor can pick one North American thoroughbred race per day with a minimum of five betting interests to make a mythical show wager.

Contestants will be playing to win $100 for themselves and an additional $100 for their charity. To win the contest, donating contestants must make 50 successful consecutive show bets. The contest will run from Giving Tuesday 2017 to Giving Tuesday 2018. If no contestant wins the contest, the charity SHOWcased by longest registered win streak will receive $100.

Unlike other internet based show parlay contest, the Charitable Wager contest will allow players to (un)intentionally skip days and to mix and match racecourses. Contestants don’t have to make their first selection on the opening day of the SHOWcase. One could conceivably win the contest start a new streak attempt as late as Sunday, October 7, 2018.

Contest submissions will accepted on the SHOWcase Contest Entry Form beginning Tuesday, November 28th.

In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants will voluntarily donate to a horse racing themed charity a minimum of $25 USD to compete in a mythical show parlay handicapping contest. No donations will be handled directly by the contest organizers. Donations will be made in advance of the contest selection. 100% of the donation will go to the designated charity and be made directly with the charity.

Only one donation is required per SHOWcase streak attempt. If your streak ends, then you may re-buy in with a subsequent $25 donation to start a new streak attempt.

The first contestant to select fifty (50) consecutive on-the-board finishers will receive a PayPal gift of $100 USD from the contest host. Additionally, their SHOWcase charity will receive an additional $100 USD charitable donation from the contest host. If no one has strung together fifty consecutive show finishes by Giving Tuesday, 2018, the contest host will donate $100 USD to the charity of the longest successful SHOWcase streak.

Contestants in the 2017 Charitable Wager SHOWcase Contest may choose from the following stable of charities for which to play or request a another suitable horse racing themed charity:

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • CTA: Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare
  • EG: Equine Guelph
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research
  • KDM: Kentucky Derby Museum
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run Thoroughbred Retirement Society
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund
  • R4Ed: The Race For Education
  • 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

CONTEST RULES:

The contest will operate on under the framework of the Charitable Wager Rules as a $2 WinShow ‘lockdown’ formatted mythical show parlay contest with the following amended rules:

  1. The first day for contest entry is Giving Tuesday November 28, 2017. The contest will end with the first contestant to successful select 50 consecutive on-the board finishers. If no one selects 50 in a row, the last day for contest entry is Monday, November 26, 2018.
  2. Submission deadline for this contest is the “off time” (as reported by Equibase) for contest race selected.
  3. Only SHOWcase selection may be made per day regardless of start or scratch of runner.
  4. SHOWcase race selections will be limited to thoroughbred races conducted in North America between Tuesday, November 28, 2017 and Monday, November 26, 2018 inclusive.
  5. SHOWcase race selections will only count against the streak with a minimum of five (5) starting betting interests per contest race.
  6. Contestants are not obligated to play daily. The option exists to pass on the whole day while keeping a streak alive.
  7. SHOWcase streaks will not end in the event of steward-declared ‘no contest’ or cancellation.

Follow http://charitablewager.com for more contest details as they become available.

Charitable Wager: 2017 Breeders’ Cup Contest Is Open For Entries

Charitable Wager: 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest

On Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th, CharitableWager.com will conduct the next edition of a “Winner Gives All” handicapping contest coinciding with the two-day Breeders’ Cup Championships to be run at at Del Mar.

Contest submissions are now being accepted here.

In addition to selecting the recipient charity, the contest winner will receive a 16″ x 20″ framed photo of BEHOLDER winning the 2016 Longines Breeders’ Cup Distaff courtesy of Penelope Miller, Senior Manager of Digital Media of America’s Best Racing.

The complete contest race list for the 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest will be the 13 Breeders’ Cup Championship races including:

  • $6,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Classic (Grade I)
  • $4,000,000 Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Mile (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Distaff (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 14 Hands Winery Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I)
  • $1,500,000 Twin Spires Breeders’ Cup Sprint (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Las Vegas Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf(Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (Grade I)

Contestants in the 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest will choose from the following stable of charities for which to play:

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • CTA: Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare
  • EG: Equine Guelph
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research
  • KDM: Kentucky Derby Museum
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run Thoroughbred Retirement Society
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund
  • R4Ed: The Race For Education
  • 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

CONTEST RULES:

The contest will operate on under the framework of the Charitable Wager Rules as a $2 Win-Place-Show ‘lockdown’ formatted mythical bankroll handicapping contest with the following amended rules:

  1. Submission deadline for this contest is the “off time” (as reported by Equibase) for first race.
  2. ‘Fashionably Late’ entries will be accepted in this contest.

In 2015 on a whim, ChartiableWager’s host, Stuart Slagle, created a handicapping contest including several thoroughbred stakes races across the country. Slagle enlisted the help of Horse Racing Radio Network‘s Jude Feld. In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants voluntarily put up a minimum of $25 (USD) to compete in a mythical bankroll handicapping contest where the winner decides what charity receives all of the donation pool.

Based upon the initial success, HRRN sponsored a similar contest on the US Memorial Day Holiday. The contest ran under the mantle of linemakers.net which has since been re-branded as charitablewager.com. Subsequently, Danonymous Racing sponsored another “Winner Gives All” contest on the thirteen Breeders’ Cup stakes events held at Santa Anita and on the Pegasus World Cup stakes events held at Gulfstream Park. HRRN reprised their role as contest sponsor with the nine stakes of 2016 Claiming Crown held at Gulfstream Park. Paulick Report sponsored second edition of the Boxing Day Betting Challenge. Subsequent contests have been held on big event days such as the Florida Derby, Louisiana Derby, and Woodbine Mile.

In Chartiable 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, Fisher House Foundation, LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society, and multiple winner Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms.

Follow http://charitablewager.com for more contest details as they become available.

Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest Includes Framed BEHOLDER Photo

Charitable Wager: 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest

On Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th, CharitableWager.com will conduct the next edition of a “Winner Gives All” handicapping contest coinciding with the two-day Breeders’ Cup Championships to be run at at https://www.dmtc.com/. In edition to selecting the recipient charity, the contest winner will receive a 16″ x 20″ framed photo of BEHOLDER winning the 2016 Longines Breeders’ Cup Distaff courtesy of Penelope Miller, Senior Manager of Digital Media of America’s Best Racing.

While the order is pending, the complete contest race list for the 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest will be the 13 Breeders’ Cup Championship races including:

  • $6,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Classic (Grade I)
  • $4,000,000 Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Mile (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Distaff (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 14 Hands Winery Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (Grade I)
  • $2,000,000 Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I)
  • $1,500,000 Twin Spires Breeders’ Cup Sprint (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Las Vegas Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf(Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint (Grade I)
  • $1,000,000 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (Grade I)

Contestants in the 2017 Charitable Wager Breeders’ Cup Contest will choose from the following stable of charities for which to play:

  • BBC: Breeders’ Cup Charities
  • BCCA: Belmont Child Care Association
  • CDBLC: Churchill Backside Learning
  • CTA: Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare
  • EG: Equine Guelph
  • GJC: Grayson Jockey Club Research
  • KDM: Kentucky Derby Museum
  • KHPF: Kentucky Horse Park Foundation
  • LR: Long Run Thoroughbred Retirement Society
  • NMR: National Museum of Racing
  • NTRA: NTRA Charities
  • OF: Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms
  • PDJF: Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund
  • R4Ed: The Race For Education
  • 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

CONTEST RULES:

The contest will operate on under the framework of the Charitable Wager Rules as a $2 Win-Place-Show ‘lockdown’ formatted mythical bankroll handicapping contest with the following amended rules:

  1. Submission deadline for this contest is the “off time” (as reported by Equibase) for first race.
  2. ‘Fashionably Late’ entries will be accepted in this contest.

In 2015 on a whim, ChartiableWager’s host, Stuart Slagle, created a handicapping contest including several thoroughbred stakes races across the country. Slagle enlisted the help of Horse Racing Radio Network‘s Jude Feld. In the spirit of the horse racing twitter world uniting for good, all participants voluntarily put up a minimum of $25 (USD) to compete in a mythical bankroll handicapping contest where the winner decides what charity receives all of the donation pool.

Based upon the initial success, HRRN sponsored a similar contest on the US Memorial Day Holiday. The contest ran under the mantle of linemakers.net which has since been re-branded as charitablewager.com. Subsequently, Danonymous Racing sponsored another “Winner Gives All” contest on the thirteen Breeders’ Cup stakes events held at Santa Anita and on the Pegasus World Cup stakes events held at Gulfstream Park. HRRN reprised their role as contest sponsor with the nine stakes of 2016 Claiming Crown held at Gulfstream Park. Paulick Report sponsored second edition of the Boxing Day Betting Challenge. Subsequent contests have been held on big event days such as the Florida Derby, Louisiana Derby, and Woodbine Mile.

In Chartiable 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, Fisher House Foundation, LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society, and multiple winner Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms.

Follow http://charitablewager.com for more contest details as they become available.