DailyHandicappingContests.com announces "Send Me To Vegas" Triple Crown Handicapping Challenge

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DailyHandicappingContests.com (DHC) has announced the incredible "Send me to Vegas" Triple Crown Handicapping Challenge where the winner receives a seat in the 2007 HorsePlayer World Series to be held in Las Vegas. Challenge starts Derby Day, May 6th.

Horseracing fans around the world are chomping at the bit for the Triple Crown to begin. http://www.DailyHandicappingContests.com (DHC) has an amazing new contest that will have horse players even more excited for it to arrive. DHC is announcing their biggest contest to date - The "Send Me To Vegas" Triple Crown Handicapping Challenge. The Top Player receives an all expenses paid trip and a seat in the 2007 HorsePlayer World Series in Las Vegas. This incredible challenge begins on Derby Day, May 6th and runs through to the end of the Triple Crown.

"Our players have been asking us since we launched http://www.dailyhandicappingcontests.com last December what we were going to be offering during the Triple Crown. With this contest we have answered loud and clear, with the hottest horse racing contest surrounding the Triple Crown," says DHC CEO David Rosenhaft. "

One of the unique features of this contest is that each player gets their finishing bankroll back whether they win or lose. Each leg of the "Send Me To Vegas" Triple Crown Handicapping Challenge has a guaranteed minimum pool of $2500 and the winners share is 50%.

Just $25 puts you in position to win where most online qualifiers to the Vegas tournaments charge upwards of $100 to enter and don't offer any prize money along the way. For more information and contest rules, visit http://www.DailyHandicappingContests.com

http://www.DailyHandicappingContests.com is the world's first and only site offering handicapping contests on a daily basis from top tracks across the US. They have guaranteed pools every weekend and both cash and free contests during the week.


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