Take Part In The Aintree 2015 Tipster Competition

Take Part In The Aintree 2015 Tipster Competition

Join the http://www.fromthestables.com tipster competition for their Aintree tipster festival for just £5.99 for a chance to win £100!

If you are a member who is paying regularly then you will be entered anyway but if you haven’t made a payment since 6 months ago then you won’t be able to play!

People can join from the 5th of April right up until the end of the the competition which starts on the 9th and runs to the the 11th of April. However with the new special promo code you can join to get trainer reviews, tips, emails from the site and other info. You might find that you would like to stay once the competition is over!

There are 3 races a day. We pick 2 a day and allow you to pick one of your own choice. For each runner you decide whether it’s worth a win 2pts, or an each way 1pt tip.

If you join with our special Aintree Tipster Competition Promo Code AINTTIPS you can get full membership of the site for the full week running up to the the last 3 days of the festival the 9th, 10th and 11th of April.

It is now past the 5th of April and we have already had people sign up to the competition so you can now join with the following two links!

Join the From The Stables Tipster comptetition to win £100.

Here is a short link for joining the From The Stables Tipster comptetition in case you want to tweet it out!.

The Races – Pick Your Runners!

Each day you will get to pick runners in 3 races, 2 we chose and 1 of your own. This year they will be:

  • Day1 (9th April) – The Foxhunter’s Chase, The Matalan Red Rum Chase and your own choice of race.
  • Day2 (10th April) – The Melling Chase, The Crabbies Topham Chase and your own choice of race.
  • Day3 (11th April) – The Betfred Handicap Chase, The Crabtrees Grand national your own choice of race.

Also when you join the site you get all this as well…

Full access to the From The Stables members features including:

20+ UK/Irish Trainers reviews on their runnner each day, chances of winning or losing and current health and performance in training.

Ken Pitterson’s live feed from the Aintee Paddock and Parade Ground plus his NAPS and NBs tips.

Other tipsters tips for the day.

Top Jockey Noel Fehily’s exclusive blog on his runners, the chances of his rides winning, as well as other runners in the races chances and of course he will be riding top horseSilviniaco Conti who performs much better on flat ground.

Access to our members only forum where members discuss the reviews and tips and some come up with their own. Well worth joining.

So if you think your a good tipster then join http://www.fromthestables.com for the Aintree Festival week.

Rules of Entry

To stop people just taking up promo codes with a free trial for the period of the competition and then not paying once the trial is up we have had to create some rules to prevent any abuse.

To take part in the competition you must either:

  • Be an existing member who has made at least 1 monthly payment to the site within the last 6 months.
  • Be a member who has joined with the promo code AINTTIPS and paid £5.99 – join here. Remember you can join with this code right up until the last day of the festival!

 

Read more at www.fromthestables.com

© 2015 From The Stables

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Ex scafolder & carpet fitter who is now retired and trying to live the good life despite "austerity Britain". Looking for good tipster sites and not rip off merchants charging a fortunes for odds on favourites all day long!

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