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LUCKY 7: There's €7,000 worth of prizes to be won!
on 29 May 2019
Details on how you can enter The Irish Field's exciting competition for readers

To mark the launch of the new-look The Irish Field, we are giving away €7,000 worth of prizes to readers.

There are seven prizes, each worth €1,000, to be won. They are:

  • €1,000 voucher for Dubarry to be spent on his and hers footwear
  • €1,000 voucher for Hannon Travel, racing's favourite travel agency
  • €1,000 voucher for the five-star Intercontinental Hotel in Dublin
  • €1,000 voucher for Kildare Village shopping outlet
  • €1,000 credit in a Tote Ireland online account
  • €1,000 voucher for leading equine nutrition company TRM Supplements (voucher can be redeemed either at the TRI Superstore on the Curragh or by contacting TRM directly)
  • €1,000 in cash from The Irish Field
  • To enter the competition, simply collect three vouchers from The Irish Field. The first voucher appeared in the May 25th edition but don't worry if you missed it. Vouchers will also be published in the June 1st, June 8th, June 15th & June 22nd editions. You only need three vouchers and a completed entry form to enter. The closing date for receipt of completed entries is Thursday, June 27th.

    ePaper subscribers whose membership covers the competition period (May 25th - June 22nd) will have their names automatically entered for the draw, which takes place on Monday, July 1st. The first name drawn will be contacted and asked to choose their preferred prize. The second name drawn will be asked to choose from the remaining six prizes, and so on.

    Full terms and conditions here

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