Remington Park’s popular online racing contest, ThoroEnduro, is back again for 2016. This year’s free contest starts on Friday, Sept. 9 and continues through the end of the Thoroughbred season on Sunday, Dec. 11.
A total of $8,550 in prize money is ready to be won by players from across North America. The grand prize is $5,000. The game-site is ready for sign-ups/registrations with the complete list of rules posted at www.thoroenduro.com. Contestants may sign-up to play until Nov. 16.
ThoroEnduro is presented by Remington Park’s educational handicapping partner Horse Player Now, with past performance assistance from Brisnet; ThoroEnduro is powered by 123 Racing.
Horse Player Now hosts the weekly Friday Night Live online discussion forum for Remington Park as well as the weekly Night School on Tuesdays, offering a wide curriculum to educate and build the confidence of horse playing fans everywhere.
Brisnet offers their cutting-edge and informative past performances for the ThoroEnduro contest races, helping fans make their best selections.
The ThoroEnduro contestant that compiles the highest virtual bankroll, based on the actual win, place and show payoffs of their selected horses, will receive a $5,000 Grand Prize. The ThoroEnduro contestant that chooses the most winners throughout the course of the game will win a $1,000 bonus prize. Prize money will also be awarded to players finishing second thru fifth in the game.
ThoroEnduro players will choose from at least three Remington Park races in each of the contest dates of the game. When at least one of their selections finishes fourth place or better in their respective race, the contestant keeps their live status in the game. If their selections fail to finish fourth or better in their races, the contestant may be placed ‘In the Barn’ until the next week’s racing activity begins at Remington Park.
ThoroEnduro contestants will receive ‘Lucky Horseshoes’ periodically throughout the contest, enabling them to stay in the game if their selections don’t perform well. ThoroEnduro players must still be active in the game at season’s end to be eligible for prize money.
Remington Park has awarded prize money to ThoroEnduro players from across North America. Previous prize winners have hailed from Arizona, California, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Ontario, Canada.