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With the Kentucky Derby only a couple weeks away we are running a few Kentucky Derby contests. These are not free! If anyone is interested in getting started let me know.
KENTUCKY DERBY CONTEST
50 Per Entry
Send a private message or email to [email protected] for more details and sign up information
~~~Each Entry 50.00 Secretariats.
~~~Each entry will receive a random horse selected from the 1 thru 20 post position.
~~~We will have Win, Place and Show Prizes.
If your horse wins you will receive first place prize and so on.
~~~If there is a late scratch then your money will be refunded. If there are not enough entries in the this years Derby your entry will be placed in another contest or your money refunded and deducted from the prize fund.
~~~The first 20 people that respond along with sending payment will be entered in that particular contest.
~~~We are having numerous Derby contests so feel free to enter in one or multiple contests for numerous chances to win. So when responding let me know how many entries you want and how many contests you want those entries in.
~~~We currently have 5 contests running with more to be added.
~~~All horses will be drawn at random the week of the Derby.
~~~All entries can be submitted via Paypal, check or cash.
REMEMBER THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO HAVE A CHANCE OF WINNING SOME BIG PRIZES ON THE RACE AND A LOT OF FUN. The prize structure will be......
600.00 for WIN
300.00 for PLACE
100.00 for SHOW
All entry fees will be distributed in prizes.
All payments sent via paypal must use our paypal link and please DO NOT indicate any comments on the payment.
Please send payment via paypal or mail to confirm your entry into the contest and to be fair to everyone participating. You can enter as many entries as you wish for 50 each entry. With only 20 entries in each of the contests the first 20 that are paid in full will be eligible for that particular contest with everyone else being removed to another contest and so on.
Please send an email if you need mailing address or for other payment arrangements so we confirm entry into the contest.
Any questions let me know. You can request as many entries as you wish.
Any questions or requests can be emailed to [email protected]
Thank you and good luck.
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-- NCAA wanted East regional semis/finals at Madison Square Garden next March, with that building turning 75 years old, but the dates aren’t available, so it looks like it’ll be at the Nets’ new arena in Brooklyn, or the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.
-- Nashville Predators are first team to advance in the NHL playoffs, as they sent the Red Wings home in five short games.
-- Penguins' 3-2 win over Philly makes the over 17-2-1 in Pittsburgh's last 20 games overall. Lot of pressure on the Flyers now to win Game 6.
-- Phillies have now won their last 13 games at Petco Park in San Diego.
-- Angels are 4-10, and already 7.5 games behind the Rangers.
-- St Francis PA fired its basketball coach this week, and quickly named the AD’s son as interim coach- he’s been an assistant there for the last 12 (dismal) years of Red Flash basketball. What do you think his chances of getting the permanent job are?
Saturday's List of 13: Random thoughts on a spring weekend........
13) Celtics played their 12th game in 17 nights Friday; how did the NBA Players’ Union agree to this schedule? The product this season has been very poor. Teams like Charlotte and the Warriors appear to be tanking games. Bobcats are 4-14 AGAINST THE SPREAD in their last 18 games, (0-18 SU). Not good.
12) CBSSports.com reports that last year in this country, 19 new golf courses opened, 158 closed, the 6th year in row more courses closed than opened. I always thought owning a driving range would be a fun job.
11) Kids who get drafted by NFL teams cannot report for mini camps until their school has graduation that spring; Stanford’s calendar runs later than most schools, so Andrew Luck will miss some off-season time in Indianapolis. Curious to see if they start Luck right from the beginning.
By the way, lot of people think that horseshoes are lucky and Colts have horseshoes on their helmets, so it figures that Oliver Luck would play with them. LMAO
10) Guy that owns the Orlando Magic is 86; interesting to see who he sides with in this Dwight Howard/Stan Van Gundy fiasco, or if he just lets both of them walk and starts over. Like we said before, if I owned the Magic, I’d hand Howard a clipboard, and tell him either you coach the team or shut up and listen to the guy that does coach it. Take your pick.
9) Fenway Park turns 100 years old this week; some national scribe wrote how its still the nicest ballpark. Like hell it is; they do as good as they can do sprucing Fenway up, but its old and small and not nearly as nice as most of the new ballparks. If a ballpark has a retractable roof and a swimming pool (Phoenix/Miami) it has to be nicer than Fenway. Not even close.
8) The defending Super Bowl champ has won its opener the next season 12 years in a row.
7) Jets face four of LY’s top six defenses in first five weeks of the season; most of their prime time games are in the second half of the year. Think the networks want Tim Tebow starting in prime time?
6) Charlie Casserly, the former Redskin/Texan GM, is very good on NFL Network; he has an odd voice, but is outspoken and knowledgeable. Figures to be a busy week on Channel 212, with the draft coming up Thursday.
5) From the Tell Your Statistics to Shut Up Dept: Packers gave up the most yards of any NFL team LY. That’s how much that stat means, unless you put it in context.
4) Cautionary note about Robert Griffin III: He played in same college offense as Kevin Kolb, who hasn’t had much NFL success so far.
3) The Steelers throwback jerseys are unspeakably hideous. Horizontal black/gold stripes- they look like bumble bees who got caught committing a felony.
2) Phoenix-Chicago series in NHL playoffs is first one since 1951 Stanley Cup finals to go OT in each of the first four games. Visiting team won three of those four.
1) Want to win a bet? Only hole-in-one on a par 4 in PGA Tour history was Andrew Magee at the Phoenix Open in 1992, on a 332-yard hole, where the guys on the green were so surprised, the ball hit off one of their putters and rolled into the hole. One of the golfers on the green was Gary Nicklaus, Jack’s son.
Thanks Ryan. It was a nice weekend so far with a friend of mine in town. Hope yours is going great as well.
Sunday's List of 13: Summung up a strange sports Saturday......
13) Congrats to Philip Humber, the #5 starter for the White Sox, who threw the 21st perfect game in MLB history in Seattle Saturday. He got 27 outs on 96 pitches: five grounders, 13 fly balls, nine strikeouts. Well done.
12) Not so well done was the relief pitching in Boston, where six different arsonists combined to allow 14 runs on 12 hits in three agonizingly long innings. How happy was Terry Francona watching this debacle?
11) Seriously, Bobby Valentine struts around like he's Abner Doubleday or something, but Boston has been outscored 46-17 in five games this week, since Valentine stupidly called out Kevin Youkilis for no apparent reason. New closer Aceves has faced 19 men; 10 reached base, 8 of them scored.
10) Which brings us to headlines on the front page, the news side, of New York Post Saturday: 100 YEARS OF KICKING ASS, referring to Fenway Park being 100 years old, while the Red Sox were worse than the Bronx Bombers most of that time. Not sure what they're thinking about, putting that on the front page, but it just seems childish to me, something an idiot would post on some Internet message board.
9) Speaking of Abner Doubleday, he had to be turning over in his grave near the end of the Giant-Met game Saturday, where both teams set the game back a ways, with misplay after misplay. Giants lost when their catcher threw a ball away down the rightfield line, after they tied the game when the Mets butchered the simplest of popups in short centerfield. Mets also had two guys thrown out on bases in bottom of 8th, when they had legit chance to blow the game open. Win for the Mets, but they were very sloppy.
8) Anyone know how much it cost the greedy bastards at Gulf Oil for that giant ad on the green monster at Fenway? No wonder gas is $4.09 a gallon.
7) Too bad there isn't a rule where a GM like Theo Epstein has to take the responsibility for the Carl Crawford contract, one of the worst in baseball history so far, and send Crawford to the Cubs with Epstein. Guy makes $20M a year and he doesn't play; when he played LY, he was awful.
6) Can someone explain to me why Games 5-6 of Boston-Washington series in the NHL playoffs are on consecutive days, especially when teams travel before Game 6? Congrats to St Louis Blues, who won their first playoff series since 2002. All five games in Chicago-Phoenix series went OT.
5) I'm told there have been athletes who had Tommy John surgery without being injured, because they believe it makes your arm stronger in long run. If thats true, its more than a little scary.
4) They honored the 1972 World Champion A's in Oakland Saturday night, my boyhood heroes. Vida Blue-Dick Green-Joe Rudi-Ken Holtzman-Dave Duncan-Gene Tenace-Rollie Fingers-Bert Campaneris and a bunch more were there. Brought back awful lot of good memories.
3) Was ironic seeing Dick Green in Oakland Saturday night, after watching Bobby Valentine's rough day in Boston; Valentine was a promising player until he broke his leg in Anaheim, trying to pull a home run back in the park at the Big A, a ball hit by a second baseman named Dick Green.
2) Did you know that in 1972, the year before the DH, Oakland carried as many as four 2Bs and would pinch-hit for them every time they came up, because Green hurt his back and missed a good chunk of that season? Other guys were awful hitters-- Ted Kubiak/Tim Cullen/Larry Brown/Marty Martinez/Dal Maxvill. It was an interesting time, for sure.
1) Have to check EBay later this week and see if I can get me one of those Rollie Fingers bobbleheads they gave away Saturday in Oakland.