11/27/2014 12:56PM

Fornatale: 'Credit builder' contest set for BCQualify.com


On Saturday, there will be contests on both BCQualify.com and NHCQualify.com. The more unique of the two is the BCQualify event – it’s a credit builder. Entries cost only $25 with a limit of two per customer. The pool is guaranteed to be at least $2,500 in total with $1,000 going to the winner, but the pool total could grow to as much as $10,000 depending on participation.

Money won can be used in the future on BCQualify.com, NHCQualify.com or DRFBets.com. For complete details about the contest itself and prize structure, check out: http://www.bcqualify.com/howtoplay.aspx [live link].

Meanwhile, over on NHCQualify.com, the usual format is in effect. Entries are $165 and up to five seats to the National Handicapping Championship will be awarded. The races for both contests are as follows, all times eastern:

3:19    Aqueduct 8

3:48    Aqueduct 9

3:58    Gulfstream 8

4:17    Aqueduct 10

4:30    Del Mar 3

4:35    Churchill 9

5:00    Gulfstream 10

5:05    Churchill 10

5:30    Del Mar 5

5:35    Churchill 11

6:00    Del Mar 6

6:30    Del Mar 7

That lineup includes nine stakes races in all, seven of which are graded events, including the Cigar Mile, Remsen, and Demoiselle from Aqueduct; the Golden Rod and Kentucky Jockey Club from Churchill Downs; and the Native Diver and Jimmy Durante from Del Mar.

To sign up for the credit builder, go to: https://www.bcqualify.com/buy_advanced.aspx

To play in the NHCQ event, go to: https://www.nhcqualify.com/buy_advanced.aspx

Ian GW More than 1 year ago
I quit playing the tourneys after the destruction of the Simulcast Program. I cant look at a card and turn to page to another track and go hunting for the race I was looking at.