Racing Stars have created a new system that lets players bet all day long for a single stake that means they can provide long-term involvement, and offer something exciting and fresh to the players. For £5 you can enter a contest and challenge for the £1million top prize.
Ahead of Grand National Day they will be hosting a special contest where £1 million is available for the winner and everyone is eligible. Players who deposit funds are automatically entered into an exclusive competition for one day to take home.
Points Mean Prizes!
This is how the points system works: the first place is worth five times the amount you paid for the entry such that the winner of a 10/1 will award you 50 points! Second is a 3 times multiplier. Third is a multiplier of two and fourth is a single multiplier.
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— Racing Tips (@racingtips) April 8, 2022
All of this is determined by how many runners in a race that is 4-horse, only the first place prize will be awarded. 7 horses in a race will pay the first and second. The 8-12-year-old runner pays the first, second and third. 13+ players will be paid for the entire four spots. If you’ve learned how points work, let’s go over the steps to play.
Pick one horse for every race that will be held at the Aintree meeting on the 9th April. Check your selections then watch the points flow in.
Grand National Tips to help you play
The Racing Stars pundit has picked out some selections to help you on your way to winning the £1 Million Jackpot!
1:45 – EFT Construction Handicap Hurdle
Winter Fog – I think the form of the Pertemps was a bit stronger than most people
have acknowledged and Winter Fog was staying on nicely into fourth even if he was
never going to catch the leaders. Bushy Park had a purple patch of form throughout
the 2020/21 jumps season but hasn’t quite found that spark again. Christopher Wood
ran a creditable sixth in the Coral Cup and has been dropped a pound in the weights
2:25 – Betway Mersey Novices’ Hurdle
Good Risk At All – He was going to be one of my larger bets for Cheltenham until
he was withdrawn so if kept up to peak condition for this I think we will see a very
strong performance. Stage Star will attract plenty of support from the many members
of the owners group and he’s given them plenty of enjoyment to date. Colonel
Mustard comes into this on a couple of unsuccessful but very impressive
performances behind the likes of Jonbon and Sir Gerhard who we all know are a bit
special so this field may be more to his liking.
3:00 – Poundland Maghull Novices’ Chase
Edwardstone – He may be a very short price but I can’t see beyond Edwardstone for this. He has improved for every run and the way he destroyed a decent field at Cheltenham can’t be dismissed. Amarillo Sky could run a decent race at a big price but with only two places on offer it will purely be a watching brief.
3:35 – JRL Group Liverpool Hurdle
Molly Ollys Wishes – Something seemed amiss last time out after being pulled up whilst favourite for a race at Haydock. If the Skelton team have got her back on song then she is surely massively overpriced for this (around 25/1 at the time of writing). Champ is one from one at Aintree but that was three years ago and he doesn’t seem to be the horse that won everyones hearts at Cheltenham.
4:15 – Betway Handicap Chase
Tea Clipper – Ran a pretty decent race in the Ultima behind Corach Rambler but was soundly beaten by two extremely talented horses before that (Bravemansgame and Nassalam). This should be much more to his liking and certainly nothing of that calibre in this line up. Shan Blue is a very talented horse but his last couple of runs haven’t shown much promise for a horse so short in the market.
at Cheltenham would’ve taken out of him and this isn’t a race for the faint hearted. Escaria Ten and Eclair Surf are both going to be primed for this and should feature strongly but as well know the national is an extremely hard race to predict so all the
best of luck with any of your selections.
fairly impressed by the way he plugged on when challenged at Huntingdon. Chianti
Classico isn’t a horse I know a great deal about but the combination of David Bass
riding for Kim Bailey is always one to look out for.