An excellent property in the racehorse training village of Lambourn is on offer through a new on-line competition.
www.crazyfrogcompetition.com allows entrants the opportunity not only of winning the architect-designed 4 bedroom new-build barn but also a magnificent Range Rover Sport, which will be supplied by TH Whites of Swindon.
A special treat for 20 people at Kempton Park Racecourse is available too. Kempton Park, renowned for its Boxing Day King George VI Steeple Chase, is also host to many other spectacular events – whoever wins this prize can choose which they want to attend.
If all this isn’t enough to encourage people to enter, there are also three 3D state-of-the-art televisions to be won as well.
In addition to that, the person who is able to recommend the most participating entrants wins a mighty Apple iPad.
Taking part is simple:
1. Register your details on the site with an email address and chosen password. Then simply answer 4 questions from the multiple choice answers supplied.
2. The tie breaker question asks for the time it will take a Range Rover Sport towing a horse box trailer (no horse on board) to travel from and to Lambourn via the racecourses of Newbury, Kempton Park and Towcester. To help, a map of the course can be found on the web site.
The actual run in a real Range Rover Sport with horsebox will be made midweek after all the entry tickets have been sold.
There will be an official time keeper to record the event.
With their account set up, entrants can return to the site as many times as they wish to purchase further tickets, or change their tie breaker answers before the competition closes.
The entrants closest to the official time will win the available prizes on offer, with the closest winning the highest value prize, and the second closest the next most valuable, and so on.
Entry costs £15 and there are a maximum number of tickets to be sold.
As all entrants so far have purchased at least 2 tickets each, the likely odds of winning one of the 6 prizes on offer is in the region of one in five thousand.