Win tickets to Huntingdon Racecourse’s Easter meet

THE Hunts Post has saddled up with Huntingdon Racecourse to offer readers the chance to win tickets for what promises to be an action-packed day of racing on Easter Monday (April 25).

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THE Hunts Post has saddled up with Huntingdon Racecourse to offer readers the chance to win tickets for what promises to be an action-packed day of racing on Easter Monday (April 25).

As well as the horse racing, it’s a family fun day with free children’s entertainment in the form of a craft tent with an Easter theme, Easter egg hunt, fairground stalls, penalty shoot-out, Pulsar Laser Quest and bouncy castle.

The racecourse’s mascot Hugo The Hound will also be greeting visitors and posing for pictures.


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The first 200 children through the gates will get a free Easter egg each.

There are seven races, with the first scheduled for 1.40pm.

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Our five winners will each receive two adult admission badges – while accompanied under 18s are admitted free and there is also no charge for car parking.

To enter, all you have to do is answer the following question correctly.

What is the name of Huntingdon Racecourse’s mascot?

Send your answer on a postcard or a sealed envelope to: Racecourse competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.

Entries should include your name, address and a daytime telephone number and reach us by Monday, April 18. Usual Archant competition rules apply.

If you aren’t lucky enough to win, you can take advantage of the special advance admission offer of �20 for two adult tickets and two ice creams.

Full details on the racecourse’s website www.huntingdon-racecourse.co.uk

Adult admission: Main Enclosure �15; Picnic Enclosure �8.

INFORMATION: Telephone 01480 453373; advance ticket purchases 0844 579 3007.

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