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Having thoroughly enjoyed "hosting" my latest Horse Racing Competition, want to get straight back in the saddle and "host" another Horse Racing Competition. Not much of a break though, as this one will start with a few Races from Chester's May Festival. I'll be honest, Chester hasn't been one of my favourite Racecourses, over the years. It's a very tight, turning Course and very reminiscent of many tracks, in the U.S.A. It has a very pronounced, "low draw" bias. You generally require a horse that likes to race handily, not many Winners come "off the pace", at Chester!! I will use, my usual Format and Rules. See below: 1. You will be placed a "virtual" £1 each way, on each selection, at the horses, returned starting price. Your stakes will be returned, in your "virtual" winnings. E.g A 10/1 winner will give you a profit of £14.50, £11 for the win and £3.50, for the place part. A 20/1 winner, will give you a "virtual" win of £27, £21 for the win and £6, for the place part. A 16/1, placed horse, will give you £5, etc, etc. 2. Losing stakes will NOT be deducted, from your total. Your "virtual" profit, will accumulate, throughout the days, of the Competition. 3. I will announce the place terms I'll be using for each Race, when I post up the Final Declarations, for those Races. 4. Any dead-heat occurring, will NOT, result in your stakes, being split!! ( Can't remember the last dead-heat, at the Cheltenham Festival.) 5. Rule 4 deductions of less than 15p in the £, will NOT be enforced. 6. You must post up your selections by 1 pm, on a daily basis. 7. You will be asked to nominate a daily "NAP".Your winning "NAP", will have it's SP enhanced by 1 pt. E.G,S.P. Evens, will become 2/1, 6/4 >10/4 (5/2), 9/4 > 13/4, 5/2 > 7/2, 11/4 > 15/4 and so on. Failure to indicate a "NAP", will result in your NAP being taken as your first selection, on that particular day. In a short while, I will post up the order of Races, that I plan to include in the Competition. Regards, Tom.